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05-02-2013, 10:31 AM
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I agree about Bradshaw. Not sure what the cap charge would be to cut Dwyer or Redman but if you know you can get Bradshaw, I think you move on from one of Dwyer or Redman to make room. Especially since I'm not sure Bell is ready to start.

WR is pretty crowded. Brown and Sanders are the starters. Cotchery and Wheaton will battle for the #3 spot. The loser will get the #4 spot and Plax is your #5. Then you're probably looking at either a developmental WR or return specialist as the #6 if they keep that many. Not seeing much room for Breaston anymore.
Yeah, I would want Bradshaw because Bell can learn from him, he could learn from Dwyer also, but Bradshaw is more of a veteran with Super Bowl winning experience, he also ran behind the Giants O-Line, which is where our new O-Line coach came from so it would probably be a similar scheme.

I agree about WR being crowded, I wouldn't want Breaston added to the crowd, my idea was since Cotchery struggled last year, you could replace him with Breaston and trade Cotchery to a team who needs a veteran WR. However I do like Cotchery and wouldn't mind him staying a Steeler either.

And yeah, we do need to re-sign the O-linemen. I don't think Starks will be back because I read he wants to be a starter and wants paid, that won't happen. We need Legursky, I'm sure Malecki will be there, I can see Mike Golic Jr. making the team as a reserve lineman.

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