Originally Posted by ASG0531
Why would they be planning to sign him to a contract without seeing him play a down for the team? Especially when there is zero market competition for him? Wouldn't you want him to, you know, show something on the field in the last three games first, considering the injury history?
edit: what they said.
Why are we crying before it happens? Obviously, if the guy is slow as hell and drops every pass in sight it's not happening, but that is not likely. It's also easy to cut a guy, especially for how small of a contract he'd get. Holmes, Edwards, Kerley, and Hill would make a nice top 4. Throw in White or a new draft pick and there's the receiving corps. Much better than the 2012 version was. Draft o-line and linebackers and lock up Malone, Bell, and Landry.