Originally posted by BigSteveWe lost Gary Baxter to the Browns, so yes, yes we do need another starting Cornerback.
After that stunt he pulled, to hell with Gary Baxter, ESPECIALLY now that we have Rolle.
Did I mention that we are AWESOME.
Now, if only the Ravens had a QB who didn't suck, they might have a chance to do damage in the AFC. 2000 will be 5 seasons ago and the defense and special teams aren't as dominant as that year, so the offense might actually have to be at least mediocre to be considered a serious contender.
Originally posted by WhitebaconSHIT. The Chiefs had better sign Ty Law now. And I'm hoping and praying for Ed Hartwell too.
ESPN.com: League officials report that the Kansas City Chiefs have lowered their offer to linebacker Ed Hartwell after the organization discovered that he's been suffering from an ingrown toenail. "You never know, it might get infected," said Chiefs GM Carl Peterson, the longest running general manager in the history of organized sports despite having dick to show for his efforts.
I can dig that. I figured the Chiefs would be shying away from him because of the groin injury last year. If we can get Law or even Smoot now, we can get an outside linebacker/defensive line help in the first two rounds of the draft, we should get enough defense going that they won't be an active hindrance when it comes to winning games. Woods has lost a step in the secondary, but Wesley is top notch, and Warfield won't have to cover the other team's top WR anymore (hopefully).
edit:// Smoot signed with the Vikings tonight. Damnit.
http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=2826562 CHICAGO -- Former New England Patriots' receiver Darryl Stingley, who was paralyzed after a hard hit during an NFL exhibition game nearly 30 years ago, has died. He was 55.