SIGN Chris Mcallister!!!!

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  1. WatCanBrownDo4U

    WatCanBrownDo4U Impossible Is Nothing

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    we got no choice.. if we want to win next year we gotta sign him for a couple years until we get the young cb we need
     
  2. 3rdandinches

    3rdandinches Seasoned Veteran

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    Actually we have plenty of choices and the best one is not to throw money at a guy because you think we have a need for him. We have good CB's on the roster and we might even draft one more for even more depth.
     
  3. zackmandude63

    zackmandude63 Poconos Phinatic!

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    couldnt hurt, if anything hed be a great mentor for the players we draft
     
  4. giz

    giz Rookie

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    i agree. though i think a CB in the draft and maybe a lesser known FA like green is probably on the agenda.
     
  5. Elliott 1

    Elliott 1 Banned Hammered

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    If Green is signed he will end up being cut. Billingsley is better than Green.
     
  6. nick1

    nick1 I am Groot Moderator Finheaven VIP

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    dont be so hasty, theres no reason a draftee can't come in start and perform well, heck rodgers-cromartie was one of the best corners in the league last year as a rookie. and brandon flowers was solid for KC
     
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    nick1 I am Groot Moderator Finheaven VIP

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    this year is deep at corner, i definitely see Alphonso Smith having an immediate impact for some team. the guy can cover and make plays
     
  8. #1dolphinsfan

    #1dolphinsfan Perennial All-Pro

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    we have a choice we can Draft someone
     
  9. athrun340

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    mcallister is done.
     
  10. 13marino13

    13marino13 What is the frequency Kenneth

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    THANK YOU!
     
  11. 13marino13

    13marino13 What is the frequency Kenneth

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    So I guess if we don't sign him then there is no point in watching any games this year. Thanks for the heads up, I can now plan my Sunday's accordingly.
     
  12. frostyphin84

    frostyphin84 phintime

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    A couple points on this topic, signing McCallister to a low end contract with escalators would be an ideal situation. Goodman wasnt really a player you'll have a hard time replacing, he was marginally over the avg. cb., however, even though parcells puts a higher priority on pressuring the Qb over shuting down the recievers, the CB is still going to have to do a fair job of covering recievers. moss and owens are top end Wrs, but so are evans,and welker, a rook is going to have a tough time filling in to a role where he is going to have compete against good veteren recievers. Cromartie and flowers dont happen every year. Allen and a rook probably are not enough at this point.
     
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    steveo style Scout Team Donator

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    We have good CBs on the roster?
     
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    str8blazzen Rookie

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    yeah he is getting old but it would be an upgrade to your secondary
     
  15. feelthepain

    feelthepain Banned Hammered

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    I'd rather focus on who's gonna get to the QB.
     
  16. 84needs1000yds

    84needs1000yds Defense Assistant

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    CM has some bad knees, not really lookingto him for help. But a CB is a need, but Parcelles has never brought in a high profile CB in FA... ever. He drafted Ty Law and that worked out well for him, so I look for the Fins to do the same in this draft. I have a feeling that there will be 2 CB drafted by the Fins with in the first 4 rounds. There is some depth there, and will be very beneficial for the Phins.

    Besides Will Allen I am not comfortable starting another CB on the team. Jason Allen could work, but I really want another younger guy that can play with the best of them.
     
  17. mrlittlejeans23

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    CM would be a good addition if given a one year incentive-laden deal. The injury history and attitude problem would drop his price tag way down giving us a chance to sign him. Allow other teams like the Jets to overreact and give bloated contracts to free agents which would ultimately put them in salary cap purgatory 3 or 4 years from now. Believe in the Eagle and Colt philosophy of building through the draft.
     
  18. Lorenzo Rules

    Lorenzo Rules A True Fan

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    darn it ya, i I want cb Malcolm Jenkins i say if he is on the board m, take him.
     

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