Casey will make the final roster and they will probably put him on the PUP list. He says though that he'll be ready for opening weekend.
They have carried 3 NT's last year and I'm sure they like the security of Hampton among such young players.
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K Train you take a lot of crap and your own doing cause you are out spoken. I may disagree with you at times but great read. Thanks man! Well thought out!
ruins his career.Who cares Saunders will be the 2nd TE when his suspension is up Pope has done nothing in his career.Make Jarrod Johnson into wide reciever 6'5" 215 not the fastest but neither was Hines(i'm not comparing him to Hines so hold it right there)
Cap wise they wouldn't gain much by cutting Hampton. Barring further injury or set-back he makes the roster and starts the season on the PUP list.
Keisel has been injured a lot the last few years. And if Cam can demonstrate his ability, that makes 3 good linemen, and perhaps a tade chip.Quote:
Heyward is in a tough spot; he's not going to start as long as Keisel is around and Bret probably has a good 3-4 years left in him at this rate. Cam will get reps in the rotation but he's going to be stuck unless Keisel gets injured.
Hood has been one of the guys that I've been "meh" on. I agree he needs to step up, but then again, he was pretty decent last year.Quote:
Hood needs to step up big time, he's the man now, no excuses just get out there and get it done.
Foote starts because Sly ain't the guy. He's at beat a back up to take reps on the scout team.Quote:
Foote wins that starting job by default of being the veteran and having done it for so long. Sly is in a tough spot right now because he's not going to start out of the gate and while he'll get some playing time in a rotation it won't be like the defensive line is.
This is also a big year for Worilds. We need to know if he can play or if he's a bust (y'all know what I feel about him already.)