Einstein Posted March 15 Share Posted March 15 2 minutes ago, NewEra said: I’m happy with the offseason so far. Edmunds price of 18M was too much. he resisted the temptation and played that card correctly imo. Poyer- He held his ground and played things perfectly as he kept a great working relationship with JP, enough so that he would return. He’s a leader and would have been missed. mcgovern- looks like a huge upgrade over Saffold in pass protection….and that’s really what matters most. The move could also help both OG spots of Bates moves to LG and performs better than he did at RG- Harty- I’ve been a fan of the kid for a few years, so I absolutely love this signing. I think he’ll be a WR along with some gadgets. Dorsey needs to make him shine. Maybe our PR too (but I’m worried about the fumbles) martin- stud punter- didn’t overpay Matakavich- lol Dodson- capable backup- knows the system- hopefully won’t have to play. tendered Dane- solid depth. Resigned Cam Lewis This post is a perfect example of how the off-season has been "meh" at best. Our 2022 roster wasn't good enough to make it out of the divisional round. Yet 7 of our 9 moves have been re-signing the players that were not good enough to make it out of the divisional round, or letting them walk in Free Agency (Edmunds). I understand that you have to sign some of your own, but the unfortunate part is that we do not have enough cap space to get new players. Of our 2 new players, 1 has never made it through a full football season and has been on IR at some point for 2 of the last 3 seasons. The other was the 68th ranked free agent, according to NFL.com 1 1 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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