Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Risen Star, Jul 3, 2020.
I'd be on the phone.
Send em a 4th and lets go
No. We got Jarwin.
Now is not the time to give up assets.
I like Jarwin just fine, but Njoku would be an upgrade.
I can’t see many teams giving up much for a good but not great tight end, so the cost to get him should be fairly low.
I’d like to do it. But they gave Jarwin a pretty nice contract so I don’t know if they’ll be interested.
I don't know if Njoku qualifies a such, but can you imagine the Cowboy's offense with a top tier TE?
Would love to upgrade this position.
Not sure what compensation the Browns would demand.
give them a 4th that can turn into a 3rd if njoku does well for us
Yes I have been asking for this forever!
The Falcons sending a 2nd for Hurst really didn't help teams looking to snatch up a young TE for cheap.
The only thing about him I know of is that he has nice hands and body control but isn't a guy who stretches the field and makes him a dangerous deep threat. How is his blocking anyone know?
Browns declined his 5th year option, right?
Maybe the C'boys should want him but do they? Therein lies a question that looms unanswered. I wouldn't mind but would the FO?
Where’s Coakley when you need him.
So you're saying people are clamoring for the second coming of Witten?
Well anyone is faster than old man Witten, even some offensive linemen.
And yet, he managed to get open consistently.
I actually think Njoku isn't really slow, just not a fast guy who would destroy the seam, Jarwin is pretty good at that.
He wants to go somewhere and get his value up. It ain't happening in Dallas. Redskins should be interested.
He's young, 6-4 and 246 lbs. w/2 yrs. experience.
He said lately he wants to improve his blocking, so it seems there's lotsa room for it.
In lieu of his far less than elite stats, I'm prone to question the wisdom of a deal for him. It depends upon the asking price!
Traded of course.