Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by Aqua4Ever04, Mar 13, 2019.
If he's healthy I'm pretty sure I'd rather see him than McTyer running around out there.
Good work, Travis. I appreciate the grinding you do for content.
All he is guaranteed is 500k.. very solid signing
I'd rather give the reps to the young guys we have, or a draft pick, or even an URFA.
How healthy would that make your ACL/MCL and your QB's MCL/ACL on the very next posssesions?
I don't think he was mad. It is what it is: A cheap signing that will probably be depth. Could obviously be more *if* he can stay healthy.
Smart teams make low-risk/high-reward signings like this.
Lol. I’m a Dolphins fan, my QB is going to get pummeled regardless.
You do bring up a good point though so it would make sense for me to sign with a different team for a season.
They need more DB’s to run the Patriot defense... not surprising.
I like the signing. Cheap contract, and he can play the boundary as well as in the slot. Hopefully he can stay healthy.
We were told that we were not going after big splash free agents this year but yet some people here are expecting us to do so even thought that has never worked for us in the past. We're going to build thru the draft and meanwhile we're adding a few younger guys. Maybe one or two of these guys will work out and maybe not but we're not giving them big contracts so there's not much to lose here. I'm gonna wait and see how we do with the draft. That will give us a better idea as to where we're headed.
Oh just you wait! It's just starting. This is the calm with a little rumbling right before the full fledge pitchforks and fire Flores etc and i knew it was a bad hiring threads begins.
Doesn't cost much. Young with potential (believe he was a second round pick). Need position and we will likely draft another corner. Familiar with the system and coaches.
What's to complain about? These are the risks you take, especially in a rebuilding year. This is how you find gems.
As long as he's an upgrade from B.Mcain or Mctyer playing the boundary position.