Re: interesting list of the TEN greatest playas let go by BB+reasons y, u agree?
posted at 4/26/2014 4:35 PM EDT
What's the complete list? I ain't typin' that full thing. I get a shortcut to a link which shows this:
...-oup: We still need cuts and pastes of pics on here. Any way it shows Ronald McDonald waving (yes...Yyyes); And it says: "Ronald McDonald Now on Twitter." ...which I'm in favor of because I don't like censhorship. And IF Belichick cut Ronald McDonald, I am ALSO in favor of...because I'm trying not to go to places where I might eat something that used to wag it's tail & ponder stuff- I am not favor of this.
As for the guys you showed:
Wes: No all the way on normal stuff that most people would consider; Even after that contract stink, He DID sign for relative dirt to play for Denver...and he's good. Yes on: He became Brady's A#1 target lock-on, verses what I love(d) about Brady's past A#1 target-lockon: i.e. "The OPEN guy."
Vrabel: Should've retired here. He had lost it big...but we didn't even HAVE a guy at Vrabel's 38 year old skill level to immediately replace even an aged Mike Vrabel. Seemed like a castoff: Here's Cassel...and oh yea, Here's this old guy which we don't have even an equal for yet, And he's for free...a "what-ever."
Asante: NEVER a complete CB. Trade...let him go...He wants to jump routes and never tackle nor play team defense in order to just get more pick-offs than the next guy so he can make mullah and be on ESPN- TRADE, Cut, Remove, b#tch smack...any-one like this.
Seymour: Soooo hard. After he held out and got his rookie contract changed to Big Bucks...He subsequently got injured for 3 out of years. He EPITOMIZES solid 3-4 selfless DE...that's a 1 in a million route. But...3 outta 4 years on IR junk...and someone gives ya a 1st Rder to take him on his final contract year with you. Yecch. IF he plays nasty that 1 last year, YOU ain't signing him again for MASSIVE money, and so ya lose him anyway. Yep=Gotta
BJGE: Not in a million years...Add in role players like Spikes and Legarrete Blount, no matter how early their careers are; They've produced in NE and they left for peanuts and they helped you win and you could still use them all day long and it'd cost ya zip for their guaranteed B grade contributions. I am never in favor of letting those guys go when ya don't have to...for any reason...and they produced and still could produce for you all day.