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    Which offseason need can we fill in house?

    We have a bunch of needs on this team and there will be even more holes after we make offseason cuts. Every year you need one or two players to step up and develop who are already on the team. So who do you think will have a bigger role next season?

    TIGHT END - Keller is most likely gone, Cumberland has had a solid season
    WIDE RECEIVER - Holmes is coming back but we need more
    INSIDE LINEBACKER - Scott will be gone and Demario Davis looks like a player
    PASS RUSHER - outside of Sapp who is a long shot we got nothing
    SAFETY - Landry & Bell are free agents and Bell is old, we got some young guys like Bush and Allen on the practice squad
    RUNNING BACK - will Powell be able to take over the starting spot?!

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    Coples, Powell, McKnight (he's in a contract year next year, right?), Sapp.

    2 of those are already developing well, so let's see what they can do with an offseason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flaming Mo View Post
    We have a bunch of needs on this team and there will be even more holes after we make offseason cuts. Every year you need one or two players to step up and develop who are already on the team. So who do you think will have a bigger role next season?

    PASS RUSHER - outside of Sapp who is a long shot we got nothing
    when has sapp done anything here am i missing something?

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    Ricky Sapp is The Great White Hype. You hear a lot, but you see nothing.

    Anyways,

    - ILB (or OLB if a 43 switch happens): Demario Davis in for Bart Scott.
    - One safety spot to ANTONIO ALLEN, not Josh Bush.
    - We have three good #2 TE's. Maybe we can work with that. (Cumberland, Reuland, Baker)
    - WR is fine once Holmes returns. Develop Hill. Sign some veteran or draft young to fill the #4 slot vacated by Chaz Schilens' most likely departure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 124 View Post
    Ricky Sapp is The Great White Hype. You hear a lot, but you see nothing.
    oh that guy.

    keller will be back on the cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nike View Post
    oh that guy.

    keller will be back on the cheap.
    Why? He does not even know who will be the QB next year? what if it is a repeat of last year at QB.

    Keller may sign a one year deal for less than market value to reestablish his value. But I would think it would be to replace Gonzalez in Atlanta. Or with the Broncos or Bears. Teams with good qbs that could use a pass catching TE.

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    I am a little worried about O-Line. Both guards are FAs. Continuity baby

    Not all confident in pass rush in house candidates. Need to draft that.

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