Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by RealCowboyfan, Aug 1, 2006.
Would you like for the Cowboys to sign Lincoln Kenedy? BOLD IS MY ANSWER
Depth, starter, whatever. As long as the guy can still bring it!
I take a good MAYBE. If he can improve the line or even have a good backup, then Yes. If he is overweight and outta shape. That would be a BIG FAT NO.
I say no in that I'm hoping what we have is better. According to BP he's trying to get the numbers down as it is, so the younger guys can get repititions.
Theogt seems like you're by yourself on that NO.
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if he's in shape and better than what we have, then yes.
if not, then no.
If he can help.... add value to line... of course the answer has to be YES.
I say hell yah....if this guy is healthy why not?
Even though he's 35, he dont have the wear and tear of a typcial 35 year old lineman since he's been out of football the last two years.
If Linc's in good condition, ready to do battle and he hasnt lost that Pro Bowl level skill, heck yes, get him in here. Sad to say, with a few of these O Lineman, it's addition by subtraction.
39 to 4 GIT'ER DONE JERAH
I'm always intrigued by these situations, just to see what formerly talented guys have to offer after being away from the game for a few years. I can't imagine this guy really contributing, but I think it'd be "fun" to monitor what a retired 35-year old could do in camp.
Even having been out of football for a year, he's proven a lot more than anyone other than Flo and Rivera. Let Kennedy and Fabini fight it out for the 4th OT spot. Considering the reports coming out of training camp, Fabini could stand to be replaced.
Can't see why anyone would want an old hasbeen that has little to nothing to offer to take away snaps from the young OL who are apparently coming along well and just need more repititions. You guys may not be, but I'm with Parcells on this one.
I voted no because I remember his last injury-riddled year and the fact that he has been out for two years after that.
If he shows that he is healthy and back in the shape he was in, I would do it for a cheap one year deal, maybe hovering around league vet minimum. 2 year voidable at most.
I just can't imagine him being better than what we have at tackle. I don't see tackle as the weakness on our line -yet-.
I think there are a few missing pieces of information to be able to anwser that question intelligently.
Does he have anything left?
How out of shape is he?
Who on the roster are they currenlty concerned about and why?
What would he be willing to play for this year?
Are they looking at him for guard or tackle?
Can he kick off?
I voted yes but only if he is in shape and can help.
I just dont want the guy for his past accomplishments unless he can repeat them...
And "What young OL will he be taking reps from?" It sure would be nice to DEVELOP some linemen for the future. I want Procter, McQ, and Colombo getting reps over this guy.