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    Redman or Dwyer or Both?

    What happens with the backfield with the signing of Bell? Do we keep Bell/Dwyer/Redman/LSH? Or is there another grouping anyone suggests?

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    I would say cut Issac Redmond now and use the money to sign backup offensive linemen. They need more depth on the offensive line. Then they will still have Dwyer, Bell, Stephens-Howling and Batch as runningbacks

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    They both can go if you ask me but we need at least one of them for depth purposes........Batch can go as well since he sucks......

    Bell and Stephens-Howling are locks.....I'm going to say Dwyer is kept and probably Batch....
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    Bell hasn't signed yet... Either way, see ya Red!
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    Redman or Dwyer or Both?

    Dwyer is redundant now, Bell is a much better version of Dwyer.... Redman and LSH are role specific players.

    I'd keep B Batch over Dwyer for depth
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    I would cut both if possible, but if I had to keep one it would be Redman. Perhaps the best goal line and short yardage back in the game now and can contribute on special teams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by polamalu43 View Post
    What happens with the backfield with the signing of Bell? Do we keep Bell/Dwyer/Redman/LSH? Or is there another grouping anyone suggests?
    I'd go with that four Bell/Dwyer/Red/LSH.

    I know the rb's sucked a lot of last year, but then a lot of that can be put down to an offensive line being continually injured, rookies out of their depth, and people learning a new system. Lets be positive ( be a nice change around here ) and support these guys. When given the chance and a slight bit of stability, these Rb's are capable. The line played well against the Giants, and Redman ran for 120 yards...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzburghpete View Post
    I'd go with that four Bell/Dwyer/Red/LSH.

    I know the rb's sucked a lot of last year, but then a lot of that can be put down to an offensive line being continually injured, rookies out of their depth, and people learning a new system. Lets be positive ( be a nice change around here ) and support these guys. When given the chance and a slight bit of stability, these Rb's are capable. The line played well against the Giants, and Redman ran for 120 yards...
    Thank you. Dwyer tapping out of games really hurt his image in the eyes of the coaching staff. I'm expecting a better overall production from the entire running game with a healthy O-line intact.
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