This isn't a shock to most people here. But I for one would love to have him on the team. What do you think he'd command? I know he was very good in short yardage, and a good receiver, but I can't see him commanding top money. Probably someone we can afford and will make a big impact. Plus his ST value would be great.
[QUOTE]The Union-Tribune San Diego considers free agent Mike Tolbert "likely" to leave the Chargers in free agency.
Beat writer Kevin Acee suggests free agent DB Corey Graham could be targeted to replace Tolbert on special teams. San Diego's 2011 Special Teams Player of the Year, Tolbert is also a bowling-ball short-yardage runner and one of the league's top pass-protecting backs. He'll attract plenty of interest. Tolbert's departure would also be good news for Ryan Mathews' 2012 fantasy value.[/QUOTE]
He fits better than any other FA. I do have a friend at my office who claims Tolbert has had the tendency to tip-toe like B. Jacobs, but I haven't seen it...don't watch much Chargers. I think Tolbert, Green and McKnight complement each other well.
[QUOTE=sourceworx;4380627]I think he's a better player than Tolbert.[/QUOTE]
in some ways absolutely he is. I think Bush would bring a lot to the table with what the jets are looking to do.
Although Tolbert could add a wrinkle that Bush can't. But I agree in that Bush is a more well rounded player. The ONLY concern I have with Bush is that he doesn't have break away speed, which is very similiar to Greene.
there was a previous thread on this guy and my question was this....what makes us think he is going to be affordable? Again, I wouls think if he was going to provide any sort of discount, it would be to his current team. Thed fact that he can catch and is a good short yardage guy to me screams he will be quite expensive.
[QUOTE=Scoop24;4380984]I'll pass on both we need a speedster to compliment Greene.. We don't need another back that's similar to Greene skill set.[/QUOTE]
That's why David Wilson in the second or someone like Lamar Miller would be great