Would you go after Jackson as a FA (and talk him out of possible retirement)?

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    Would you go after Jackson as a FA (and talk him out of possible retirement)?

    Stephen Jackson is a grat RB. He may have some wear on the tires but he is still very good. And he has more power than any back on this team. He would be a very nice addition to the mix. And he would finally ahve a chance to play for a SB berth/win.

    I bet he would go for this rather than just stop playing. I think he sees little reason to continue playing for the Rams and would like to go out while still good unless there was a real incentive and I think it will take more than just money.

     

     
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    Re: Would you go after Jackson as a FA (and talk him out of possible retirement)?

    No, he's a basketball player.  I would go for Steven Jackson though! I think he still has a couple good years left in him.

     
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    Re: Would you go after Jackson as a FA (and talk him out of possible retirement)?

    In response to portfolio1's comment:
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    Stephen Jackson is a grat RB. He may have some wear on the tires but he is still very good. And he has more power than any back on this team. He would be a very nice addition to the mix. And he would finally ahve a chance to play for a SB berth/win.

    I bet he would go for this rather than just stop playing. I think he sees little reason to continue playing for the Rams and would like to go out while still good unless there was a real incentive and I think it will take more than just money.

     

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    shame he has been buried on some truly awful rams teams or he would be more respected as the qulaity RB he has been-a lot like Frank Gore being under the radar out west with some bad to mediocre teams all those years he was putting up good numbers-he is finally getting the national recognition he deserves with the 49ers ascendence recently

     
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    He's retiring?  I would only for it if the money was low and desire is there. I heard he wants a big payday, so I don't see it as a fit.

     

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    He recently said that he is considering retiring and that he thought going out the way Sanders did, with the fans wanting more, was not a bad way to go. So Im sure he would like more money but I think if he plays elsewhere he might be looking for more than JUST cash.

     

     
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    Re: Would you go after Jackson as a FA (and talk him out of possible retirement)?

    No...Running back is not a need given the play of Ridley, Vareen and Bolden all young and under the teams control...the moneys he'd command on the open market would be better spent on signing Welker...

     
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    Re: Would you go after Jackson as a FA (and talk him out of possible retirement)?

    No

     
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    Re: Would you go after Jackson as a FA (and talk him out of possible retirement)?

    2 milion and a potential SB. 1 year contract

     
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    Re: Would you go after Jackson as a FA (and talk him out of possible retirement)?

    Ridley, Vereen, Bolden, Demps, Woodhead. No thanks on an over the hill Steven Jackson.

     

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