|Jamaican'Skin ||03-24-2004 10:53 PM |
I know how this may sound, but......
Read This article, then hear me out
So he wants to come back and play safety, now let it be known that I want Sean Taylor badly, but could Crouch, if he's any good, come in and work with Williams and the gang.
Then trade down and see who we get.
I know it may sound stupid, but what are y'alls comments?
|Gmanc711 ||03-24-2004 10:59 PM |
He's more of a project, I would have to imagine. Taylor knows the position and could make an imitate impact. I highly doubt couch could even play saftey until at least a year of learning it.
|RedskinRat ||03-24-2004 11:02 PM |
I wouldn't want anyone who can't decide if they want to play. I'd remove my own head with a rusty Dallas Cowboys license plate surround for the opportunity.
|SmootSmack ||03-24-2004 11:18 PM |
Well he's property of the Packers, [url]http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/columns/story?columnist=pasquarelli_len&id=1757031[/url], so we'd have to trade for him and I don't think he's worth it quite honestly
|BrudLee ||03-25-2004 07:04 AM |
The entire reason for the Crouch interest is that three years ago, he was a stellar athlete. We're willing to excoriate a player like Maurice Clarett for spending a year out of football and trying to come back like nothing's changed, and he isn't trying to switch positions.
|Mattyk ||03-25-2004 08:19 AM |
I agree he's a project, and a big one at that.
There's no way he would beat out Iffy or Bowen anyway.
|azskinsfan2 ||03-25-2004 07:56 PM |
I agree Matty. On top of that he may come back and change his mind again after a practice or two. I thin he's realizing how much he's screwed up and is looking at trying to make some bucks on whatever a team will let him do. I wouldn't waste the time or effort on him.
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