Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Xavier187, May 4, 2022.
Sure, kick the tires. I'd like some insurance in case KJ gets a lengthy suspension and I'm not completely comfortable with our other CB rookies from last year.
They are cutting him because of his contract not his play
He’s got a large contract and he could get fairly high offers
13 mil for one year now
He may come to Dallas just to stick it to NY
He's not going anywhere as insurance or for a team friendly deal.
Hes a legit top tier corner only being released because the Giants have no money. He is going to sign somewhere for more money than we will spend and he will be a #1 or #2 behind an elite corner
I think k if you were to sign him Lewis has to go.
Simple as that. Brown in the slot and wait for Joseph.
I could see him here but only to stick the Giants in the rear end
“Can never have too many corners” lol
Bradberry is a zone corner. I don't think he fits the defense very well.
I don’t think so yo…..
Lewis cap hit is $4.6 million plus $2.3 in dead cap.
Bradbury is going to want $10-15 per
He might sign for 10 per and I would do that for two years.
Yeah, but would he? He's a 29 year old corner looking for a contract. He's the kind of player you pick up if you're looking to make a run at a championship. Nothing we've done this offseason gives me that impression.
Rams, Chiefs, or Bucs. Seems those 3 are the only ones who gets these players.
Outside players make Stephen's tummy nervous.
Now, if he's willing to sign for the veteran minimum with some very prohibitive and exclusive contract language, then come on down.
Personally, I would cut Anthony Brown and put every dollar of the $5M in cap savings that creates towards an offer towards Bradberry.
He’s a good player
I have not heard much regarding Dallas and free agency.
This is fairly disappointing as Stephen had mentioned us getting involved after the draft.
You don't worry about scheme fit when you can get a great player.
He’s not a great player, either. He’s a good zone corner whose skills don’t really fit the defense.
The term “great” is also thrown around way too loosely.
I wasn't specifically using the term great for him. Talented players can play regardless of scheme fit.
That excuse cost us TJ Watt.
If Bradburry can make plays on the Giants defense he can do the same for the Cowboys defense.
THE GIANTS SHOULD CALL THE RAMS AND SEE HOW THEY MANAGE TO MAKE DEALS WITH NO MONEY