Check in two weeks to see if any of those guys New England trades for are on the team. They're basically fishing because they know they can't get these guys on waivers. They'll cut most of them before the draft pick compensation becomes official.
I do not subscribe to that school of thought, but I understand why others do. I'd be very surprised if they cut him based on his special teams play and athletic ability. He led the team in special teams tackles last year.
Someone would take him. He's a hell of an athlete and is effective as long as he's in the slot. But I agree, he's a No. 3.
If they are stars, they're not being cut. So you're not going to get one on waivers. You have to trust your own evaluations and consider that you've already trained these guys in your own system.
Their pro scouts try to see as many teams live as possible during the preseason. The rest of the time, they're watching tape and doing evaluations. So they have reports on just about everybody, or at least the guys they project to make it in the NFL.
We're up above 1,500 right now. We'll probably reach 3,000 at around 3 p.m. That's when the Johnny Come Latelys join in.
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3 p.m., but the Packers won't release theirs to the public until about 5:30.
Whoever asked me what the cap ramifications are with Cobb, he counts $12.75 million this year and if he were to be traded or cut, $3.25 million would remain.
Well, kids, Michael Cohen is reporting that Taysom Hill is getting cut.
Could be Devante Mays. Could be Christian Ringo/Brian Price, could be McCaffrey.
No, if claimed his rights go to that team.
If he goes practice squad.