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One less draft pick to spend on defense. I'm in. 

mistake 100 year old vet you are too loyal too cause he was awesome sauce in your previous gig and if he starts to fail hesitance to stick his ass on the bench or cut him. See Frank Gore

D needs a leader with some attitude. 

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12 minutes ago, Beerfish said:

mistake

100 year old vet you are too loyal too cause he was awesome sauce in your previous gig and if he starts to fail hesitance to stick his ass on the bench or cut him.

See Frank Gore

He was pretty good last year.

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14 minutes ago, Beerfish said:

mistake

100 year old vet you are too loyal too cause he was awesome sauce in your previous gig and if he starts to fail hesitance to stick his ass on the bench or cut him.

See Frank Gore

I don't mind bringing in an older vet to help get the new defensive system running smooth. He'll be part player part coach. 

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I don't know why we haven't signed him already. Draft a killer CB with 34 and bring in Sherman to tutor him, Bless and Hall on what great looks like in this system.

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1 hour ago, Beerfish said:

mistake

100 year old vet you are too loyal too cause he was awesome sauce in your previous gig and if he starts to fail hesitance to stick his ass on the bench or cut him.

See Frank Gore

Disagree, vet to come in and help implement new system..

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1 hour ago, Beerfish said:

mistake

100 year old vet you are too loyal too cause he was awesome sauce in your previous gig and if he starts to fail hesitance to stick his ass on the bench or cut him.

See Frank Gore

Maybe he can play safety. Also, he can help teach the young guys how to play zone. Sign him up as the DBs coach.

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He was a 2nd team All Pro just 2 years ago. I’m sure he has something left in the tank. Not to mention the obvious “mentor” status he brings with him. Would be a great signing 

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1 hour ago, New York Mick said:

For a one or two year signing at vet money he’s worth it. He knows the coaching staff and how to play so it’s worth it. 

He’ll prob land here or somewhere else on a 1-2 year deal...around 7-8 mill per would be my guess.

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1 hour ago, freestater said:

One less draft pick to spend on defense.

A good choice to pair with one of the CB's we should draft with one of our first three/four picks

I'm in. 

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2 hours ago, Augustiniak said:

They realize they can’t draft OL, pass rusher and cb with the late 1st and early 2nd rounder so this says cb may be the lowest priority of the 3.

It does? The only thing it's telling me is that Saleh is not satisfied with the CB corps the team has entering the draft, despite claims that this group is just fine because they're just playing zone. 

The problem with signing someone like Sherman is if he's not a huge hit he's a huge fail. He's going to keep younger guys on the bench, even if they might've been good enough to start, and - as @Beerfish points out - he's going to be nearly impossible to bench if Saleh pushes hard for his GM to go pick him up. It'll be like Bowles/Cromartie, or that's the concern, and it's a legit one at that. Oh, and it's a dead-end signing. 

If he's there to mentor then pay him $15MM off the salary cap to be the secondary coach for all I care. 

He's 33. That's not 36, but it's not 30 either, and he isn't exactly coming off a career year or getting better at this stage either. The hope is he isn't much worse. He's had a great career, but imo see who's there in the draft before pre-benching someone who might have an actual future here.

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1 hour ago, Embrace the Suck said:

Maybe he can play safety. Also, he can help teach the young guys how to play zone. Sign him up as the DBs coach.

Fine make him the secondary coach, the guy also has a personality in which he will not go silently into the night if things go wrong.

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