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Old 03-17-2021, 12:56 PM   #63
AnonEmouse
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Re: WFT Free Agency Plan

Would it be too much of a gamble/too expensive to pursue Eric Fisher? If he could return to 2020 form it would shore up our LT position, but a torn achilles can be tough to come back from.

If not, then I agree with going after an LB or 2 in FA and stocking up on OL in the draft. But I'd really like to see us pick up Samuel as the #2 receiver. It would give us 2 talented dual threat players (with Gibson); a lot of wrinkles available with the playbook.

Although there's good WR depth in the draft, I'd say that may play into our hands, with other positions we need dropping to us, while others chase the top QB's and WR's.
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