Major Wright

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    Re: Major Wright

    +2 id sign him in a second. 

     
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    He'd be a solid addition and allow Harmon to flex between a coverage SS and FS to give McCourty some rest. Would be a very solid S core having those 3 rotate

     
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    Re: Major Wright

    Pass...

     

    Harmon plays both FS and SS depending on whether or not BB plays Browner as a SS. If that were the case, and Adrian Wilson is here for another season, we would have a pretty good 4 man rotation at S.

     
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    Past now need to attend on the offense.  They'll have to do with what they got now on D.

     

     
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    Major Wright is a decent DB not sure he's a SS but hey you play where the coach puts you.

     
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    In response to sportsbozo1's comment:

    Major Wright is a decent DB not sure he's a SS but hey you play where the coach puts you.



    http://www.nfl.com/player/majorwright/496749/profile

    He's listed as a SS and the Bears have played him at SS for the last 4 years. I could be wrong but I'm pretty sure he's a SS

     
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    Re: Major Wright

    Depends on the money honestly. 1year/2mil

    2yr/4mil

    hell yea.

     

    how much better is he than Nate Allen? Allen got 1yr/1M from Philly so i dont think he will demand much more

     
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    Re: Major Wright

    From 2010:

    Major Wright Scouting Reports

    From the National Football Post.

    A thin safety prospect who doesn't quite look as big as his numbers, Wright showcases a good first step in coverage and has the ability to quickly click and close on the ball. ... He's rangy vs. the pass game, does a great job of getting out of his breaks quickly and reaching full speed and can track the ball sideline to sideline. He's an ideal center field-type defender, but he isn't the most instinctive defender and at times struggles to diagnose plays and locate the ball. He will not consistently get good jumps on the ball and can be slow to read and react to plays in both the run and pass game.

    He isn't a ball-hawk and is more of a man defender in the secondary. ... Overall, he displays great range and striking ability in the pass game but needs to become a more consistent tackler and do a better job deciphering information and finding the ball.

    From NFL Draft Scout.

    NFL scouts like his speed and physicality and believe he'll be able to make an immediate impact on special teams. His big hitting and playmaking skills make him a quality free safety prospect. Though he improved his open-field tackling as a junior, he'll need to continue to improve in the league if he is to make his mark as the last line of defense.

    Often played a true center field role, showing good instincts and the straight-line speed for coverage. Protects the deep middle. Closes quickly and has good ball skills to make the play. ... Good range to prevent the big play. Has improved his angles to limit the damage. ... Quick to come downhill in run support. ... No hesitancy in taking on the bigger ball carrier.

     
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