Abraham retiring

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    Re: Abraham retiring

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    This is kinda what Waters did. He wanted more than Vets min and said if not I'll stay home and pack it in. I don't think we have a spot for Abraham anyway.

     



    I hope the Collins draft is the end of the Abraham thought. I would also like to see as many camp reps go to Bequette as possible.  

     

     



    I'm in on this.  I want to see what cannon and Bequette have this year. 

     

     



    I think they are both on the bubble...

     

    Funny thing is I saw maybe 16 sessions last year at camp. I hought Bequette showed well. I thought Cannon was on the fence to be cut or put on the PS...

     



    And in the season it looked like it reversed where cannon made a showing and jake rode the pine. For once I feel like we actually have depth at OLB and some what at DE.  

     
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    Let Abe sit in his rocker or go back to the Jesters, where it all began for him.  IMO he is over the hill and Pats do not need him anyhow.

     
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    Re: Abraham retiring

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    To put it in context - what if you went in to work tomorrow and your boss said ... sorry, but we just don't think you are worth what you were making yesterday. So here is a new contract for 30% of the salary you used to make - you can sign it, or we really wish you well in whatever you do next. Have a nice day.

    It takes a while to get your head around the reality of the market for a player like Abraham or Freeney. Nothing 'immature' about it and not that surprising they would find it frustrating.

     



    if I had made $100 million in my 13 year career, I would say good bye, just like Abraham seemingly might...

     

    Lets face it, the guy doesnt need the $$$, and at 35 years old, the 9 months is a hard grind.



    a hard grind unless  you love it and woudl play for free if al your needs were taken care of, shelter food, family.

     
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    I hope that ship has sailed.  He can go back to the jests and ride in the clown car. 

     
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    Re: Abraham retiring

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    This is kinda what Waters did. He wanted more than Vets min and said if not I'll stay home and pack it in. I don't think we have a spot for Abraham anyway.



    Pats supposedly offered him quite a bit more to come back for the second year - his issue was location and family (which could also be an issue with Abraham.) So not quite the same deal, but similar - guy who is financially secure wondering just what it is worth to him to keep playing.

     
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    As a situational pass rusher, I think it would be worth overpaying a little bit for Abraham.  Not saying go crazy, but make it worth his while.  Think he could probably play 4-3 DE and 3-4 OLB and it can't hurt having a vet here on a 1-year deal to solidify the defense.  Just my 2 cents.    

     
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    Re: Abraham retiring

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    don't say that too loud if you want him with the Pats Cables! if they hear it this is probably what Kraft and Bellichick will offer to pay him!



    Another sterling contribution from the resident Giants troll.  It's not like you haven't posted this 1 million times before.  And you wonder why most of the board thinks you are a useless troll.

     
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