Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by RealCowboyfan, Feb 23, 2006.
Answer the question....
Peterson can play any LB spot and Parcells likes versatility.
They should bring him in for a physical....but play it cool.
Fujita will defintely be resigned.
I'd love Peterson, but I'm guessing we'll try to get Fajita cheap.
welcome back Fujita. Excuse me while I throw up. I would love an upgrade, too bad we might not get one...
Lewis and Peterson just are not the same players they once were. Fujita is better than the rest. I agree, an upgrade there would be nice.
Well this will be his second year after the injury(JP)
I still wonder if Al Singleton may stick around here and maybe move inside?
lmao better than the rest? Peterson is younger than Lewis...
Fujita....he'll be much cheaper
I'm not convinced that LB is a position where FAs are as important. Look at Shayne Merriman and Lofa Tatupu....All Pros last year as rookies. A few years ago, we signed Jeremiah Trotter as a FA, and he was very average. He returns to Philly and becomes All Pro again. Doh!IMO, I think more important in free agency is bolstering secondary, offensive and defensive line depth (because when it comes down to it NFC East battles are won in the trenches).
I think Fujita is back.. I do however hope he isn't the only OLB signed.. We don't really have depth on the outside.. I'd really like a position battle for the SOLB spot.
I think the competition will come via a rookie draft pick (hopefully Carpenter).
I think it will be Fujita and a Day 1 pick battling it out for the position. Since we go to a 4 man line with Greg Ellis on nickel situations, your starter at that position is only a 2 down player.
Singleton will be cut to make cap room.
I can tell you who won't be here: Ray Lewis. He apparently wants "Peyton Manning" like money, and you don't give that kind of money to 30-something year old players coming off two straight injury plagued years.