Heyward-Bey?

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    Heyward-Bey?

    Just saw on NFL network Oakland cut him, any interest?

     
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    good points. Its too bad, he had a decent year in 2011--64 receptions 975 yards--good size as well 6'2", 212 and only 26

     
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    Raiders also released Michael Huff.. Anyone think the pats should give him a look at the safety spot???

     
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    Raiders also released Michael Huff.. Anyone think the pats should give him a look at the safety spot???


    He is the kind of player that Bb likes can play like cb or s 

     
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    Raiders also released Michael Huff.. Anyone think the pats should give him a look at the safety spot???

     


    He is the kind of player that Bb likes can play like cb or s 

     

     




    Dude, he can't play CB.  In fact, he has some big flaw (I think it's tackling). He's gotten worse every year since he came from Texas in the draft. Somewhat of a disappointment type pick for them, if I am not mistaken.

     

    NE can do much better with a deep Safety market.



    Yeah the market is crowded with dbs and yes you're right there are a lot of better players avaible but bb is bb...

     
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    Raiders also released Michael Huff.. Anyone think the pats should give him a look at the safety spot???

     


    He is the kind of player that Bb likes can play like cb or s 

     

     




    Dude, he can't play CB.  In fact, he has some big flaw (I think it's tackling). He's gotten worse every year since he came from Texas in the draft. Somewhat of a disappointment type pick for them, if I am not mistaken.

     

    NE can do much better with a deep Safety market.

     



    Except he can play CB because he did it last year. Also i dont get how you come to the conclussion that he cant tackle if you look at his stats he has pretty good tackle totals. Dont get me wrong i also think we can do better i just think if the Safety market starts to dwindle he would be a decent pickup.

     

     
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    I would forsure take a chance on Bey. Close to 1000 a couple of years ago, hasn't had good qb play in Oakland. Lots of injuries on that offense to help him out. Good kid, athletic, has talent. 

     

    I think it is low risk high reward type of signing and I think he would do a lot better with a QB and an offense like New England.

     

    Just my opinion. I don't think he would cost much, but the contract obviously would have to be in favour of the Pats

     
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    Dumb as a bag of rocks and bad hands.  Brady's head would implode on the 1st day of camp.

     



    Agree king.  This guy is not the brightest bulb, that's for sure....pass.   Resign WELKER

     

     
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    Raiders also released Michael Huff.. Anyone think the pats should give him a look at the safety spot???

     


    He is the kind of player that Bb likes can play like cb or s 

     

     




    Dude, he can't play CB.  In fact, he has some big flaw (I think it's tackling). He's gotten worse every year since he came from Texas in the draft. Somewhat of a disappointment type pick for them, if I am not mistaken.

     

    NE can do much better with a deep Safety market.

     



    Except he can play CB because he did it last year. Also i dont get how you come to the conclussion that he cant tackle if you look at his stats he has pretty good tackle totals. Dont get me wrong i also think we can do better i just think if the Safety market starts to dwindle he would be a decent pickup.

     

     



    That's fine, but they were desperate so he played there. Nice compliment to him, but I don't see it as a selling feature. He's a 30 year old Safety.

     

    Who knows, maybe it was just the fact he was playing in Oakland?  I just feel there are better choices.

     



    He's a 30 year old safety? You've been telling the world how we have to sign the 34 year old Wilson! Make sense once in while, you'll feel better.

     
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    I would forsure take a chance on Bey. Close to 1000 a couple of years ago, hasn't had good qb play in Oakland. Lots of injuries on that offense to help him out. Good kid, athletic, has talent. 

     

    I think it is low risk high reward type of signing and I think he would do a lot better with a QB and an offense like New England.

     

    Just my opinion. I don't think he would cost much, but the contract obviously would have to be in favour of the Pats



    Sign, what do you have to lose? He'll come cheap - he runs a 4.3 - I'd take him over Stallworth.

     
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    I would sign Heyward-Bey to the Stallworth deal.

    Sign him for one week, have him catch a deep ball, then IR him.

     

    Kid his fast, but cannot play football.

     
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    Re: Heyward-Bey?

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    Just saw on NFL network Oakland cut him, any interest?

    oh how great receivers become with tom brady throwing to them,im for it


     
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    Just saw on NFL network Oakland cut him, any interest?




    He is fast and has tons of no talent.

     

     
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    Raiders also released Michael Huff.. Anyone think the pats should give him a look at the safety spot???

     


    He is the kind of player that Bb likes can play like cb or s 

     

     




    Dude, he can't play CB.  In fact, he has some big flaw (I think it's tackling). He's gotten worse every year since he came from Texas in the draft. Somewhat of a disappointment type pick for them, if I am not mistaken.

     

    NE can do much better with a deep Safety market.

     



    Except he can play CB because he did it last year. Also i dont get how you come to the conclussion that he cant tackle if you look at his stats he has pretty good tackle totals. Dont get me wrong i also think we can do better i just think if the Safety market starts to dwindle he would be a decent pickup.

     

     



    That's fine, but they were desperate so he played there. Nice compliment to him, but I don't see it as a selling feature. He's a 30 year old Safety.

     

    Who knows, maybe it was just the fact he was playing in Oakland?  I just feel there are better choices.

     

     



    He's a 30 year old safety? You've been telling the world how we have to sign the 34 year old Wilson! Make sense once in while, you'll feel better.

     

     



    Did you just compare an Adrian Wilson or an Ed Reed, each the two best in their respective conferences, to Mike Huff?

     

    LOL!!!

    And you think you know more about football than me? Tears!



    No, I tried to make light of the fact that you're in a rush to sign a 34 year old safety. Tears! Can't be made up folks! It really can't.

     
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    In response to xXR3S1NXx's comment:

    Raiders also released Michael Huff.. Anyone think the pats should give him a look at the safety spot???

    i would rather have laron landry


     
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    Re: Heyward-Bey?

    I think Heyward Bey could be a steal for the Pats if they get him on the cheap. He's been getting progressively better...then set back with injuries. He could very well turn out to be the burner the Pats have been hoping for. Now that Wallace is signed, I don't see them spending too much cash for anyone but Wes...more like creating a stable of cheaper guys as per the usual. If they could pull him in as one of them that'd be great.

     
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    I think Heyward Bey could be a steal for the Pats if they get him on the cheap. He's been getting progressively better...then set back with injuries. He could very well turn out to be the burner the Pats have been hoping for. Now that Wallace is signed, I don't see them spending too much cash for anyone but Wes...more like creating a stable of cheaper guys as per the usual. If they could pull him in as one of them that'd be great.




    Yeah I want to say I heard/read he was getting better - he did have that injury last year though to his neck - still I wouldn't mind him here for some low risk/maybe some reward signing. You mention Wallace...Bey may run as fast and come at a fraction of the price.

     
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    Just saw on NFL network Oakland cut him, any interest?



         No! Spend to rebuild the defense.

     

     
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    I think Heyward Bey could be a steal for the Pats if they get him on the cheap. He's been getting progressively better...then set back with injuries. He could very well turn out to be the burner the Pats have been hoping for. Now that Wallace is signed, I don't see them spending too much cash for anyone but Wes...more like creating a stable of cheaper guys as per the usual. If they could pull him in as one of them that'd be great.

     




    Yeah I want to say I heard/read he was getting better - he did have that injury last year though to his neck - still I wouldn't mind him here for some low risk/maybe some reward signing. You mention Wallace...Bey may run as fast and come at a fraction of the price.

     



    Yeah, I think if he had Ben throwing him Bombs he could have had the chance to put up comparable Wallace numbers. I wouldn't mind taking a chance and seeing if that is the case! 

     

    However, I think Nate Washington/Amendola are more of a typical Patriot signing. But wouldn't mind them bringing in a ~young speedster with some potential

     

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