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Old 09-04-2011, 02:51 PM   #61
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...and all of his draft picks are signed. (including 3 PS players)

Holliday, and who is the other throwaway you're referring to?
I think he is referring to Jarmon. Who got cut.
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Old 09-04-2011, 03:20 PM   #62
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Did Holliday make the Cardinals? What a job by Shanah-allen in getting two starters for a couple of throwaways and a 6th round pick.
I think he did. Regardless, we got a starter for peanuts. A 5th rounder=special teamer on average and Holliday is purely a depth player. Depth player + special teamer for a starting RB. Hell yeah I like that.
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Old 09-04-2011, 05:08 PM   #63
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I think he did. Regardless, we got a starter for peanuts. A 5th rounder=special teamer on average and Holliday is purely a depth player. Depth player + special teamer for a starting RB. Hell yeah I like that.
Unlike giving up a all-pro CB and a 2nd rounder
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Old 09-04-2011, 05:38 PM   #64
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Re: Final Cuts From Around the NFL

Are we going to peruse Ryan Harris, I believe I saw he was cut by the eagles
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Old 09-04-2011, 06:09 PM   #65
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Are we going to peruse Ryan Harris, I believe I saw he was cut by the eagles
I think he received an injury settlement and didn't play any preseason games due to a back injury. Pass.
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Old 09-04-2011, 06:28 PM   #66
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Everette Brown cut by Panthers. Too small for 4-3 DE. I always thought that he was playing out of position. Could be a fine pass rusher at OLB for a 3-4 team. He has excellent speed, as I recall.
Everette Brown is definitely intriguing for doth. He was a great pass rusher at FSU. While he learned Haslett's 3-4, I bet he'd be good on special teams.
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Old 09-04-2011, 07:02 PM   #68
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Good for him
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Derrick Dockery signed a 1 year deal with the Dallas Cowboys.
This signing probably has a lot to do with trying to find a way to beat the redskins zone blocking scheme. I think the redskins offense may have the NFC east worried. And mainly because of how the line has been performing in the preseason.
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Unlike giving up a all-pro CB and a 2nd rounder
Well, wasn't said all-pro CB set on leaving us to test the market anyway?
Also, said RB did have some ridiculously efficient numbers to demand a high price tag.
That said, the trade should have been just the exchange of the players. The draft pick was highly unnecessary.
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This signing probably has a lot to do with trying to find a way to beat the redskins zone blocking scheme. I think the redskins offense may have the NFC east worried. And mainly because of how the line has been performing in the preseason.
I think their LG position issue is far from resolved, and they just simply might not be comfy with what they have. They were having a competition at that position in the preseason.
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Old 09-04-2011, 07:21 PM   #72
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Yep, I agree Sir CP. We should have swapped players and been done with it. It was the VC show back then, nuff said. I am just glad we didn't give them a first as well. lol
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Well, wasn't said all-pro CB set on leaving us to test the market anyway?
Also, said RB did have some ridiculously efficient numbers to demand a high price tag.
That said, the trade should have been just the exchange of the players. The draft pick was highly unnecessary.
There is a lot of truth here. I hated that trade for so many reasons, mostly because we traded a hard to find commodity for an easy to find commodity. The saying RBs are interchangeable is very true.

I think we would have lost Champ anyway unless we gave him a crazy contract and we at least got something in return, I just cringe when I hear that.
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This signing probably has a lot to do with trying to find a way to beat the redskins zone blocking scheme. I think the redskins offense may have the NFC east worried. And mainly because of how the line has been performing in the preseason.
How is signing Dock going to help the Cowboys on D?
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Old 09-04-2011, 11:09 PM   #75
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Its not. DD cant help the Cowboys with knowing what we are doing.
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