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Thread: Jaguars cut CB Drew Coleman

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    Jaguars cut CB Drew Coleman

    [URL="https://twitter.com/#%21/caplannfl"][B]Adam Caplan[/B] ‏ @[B]caplannfl[/B] [/URL]
    [URL="https://twitter.com/#%21/search/%23Jaguars"]#[B]Jaguars[/B][/URL] announced they cut CB Drew Coleman

    Coleman, who was set to earn $1.575 M this season, played in roughly 49% of the defensive snaps last season for the [URL="https://twitter.com/#%21/search/%23Jaguars"]#[B]Jaguars[/B][/URL].

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    So it took JAC a full year to find out Coleman plays CB with "skates" on???
    I could have told them that and they could've saved their $$$

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    He sucks and hopefully we don't bring him back...

    No short area quickness and it kills him. Good straight line speed, but that doesn't mean a whole lot.

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    I actually thought he was a pretty solid depth guy.

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    [QUOTE=jetsfan1983;4458536]He sucks and hopefully we don't bring him back...

    No short area quickness and it kills him. Good straight line speed, but that doesn't mean a whole lot.[/QUOTE]

    I thought he was quite good in his role for us in 2010.

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    Will likely be resigned to replace Marquis Cole, imo.

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    He's good enough to play 4th/5th CB in this league. Problem is, you don't really need to spend $1.6 mil on that position - you should be paying vet minimum.

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    Those last five roster spots tend for the most part to be made up of JAGs, who become journeymen for the time that they are in the league. Teams that can elevate the quality of those five spots often are successful because of their roster depth. Coleman is a last-fiver.

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