Probably not. I think they learned their lesson and don't want to screw anything up this year. Next year, they'll try to replace Goode again.
It gives them a little more time to look at everyone they have in camp. That's the benefit. But I kind of doubt it changes their opinion on the 15 guys they would have had to cut on Tuesday.
You can start at noon on Sunday.
I have them both making it, but I also wonder about Donatello Brown and whether they decide to go with a young guy there.
I think he has. His special teams have been as good as always and he's actually taken a step as a receiver.
It would probably be Reggie Gilbert.
I don't see Nelson going anywhere unless he's traded. And the Packers control what happens to Cobb. Adams could be franchised if necessary, but I get your point.
Hill. Callahan won't be claimed. He'll probably sign with someone's practice squada.
You don't want the hammer, believe me.
Yes, but they have no choice. They need the roster spot. They can't afford to carry a guy who won't play for four weeks on the roster. I could be wrong about that, but as Winston Moss said the other day, it would be very, very hard to get him ready given the practice needs of others.
It's always possible, but I think they need the numbers there. Both guys are good special teams players and they're going to need more than four OLBs.
We've discussed this before and I'm not trying to trash Gannon, but he's paid by the club. Enough said.
I'd take t as a sign it's time to move on and live my dream of doing nothing all day.
You must be on PUP when training camp starts and have remained there all camp. In other words, you can't practice. Once you do, you're off PUP for good.
It does and they do have that option. They've paid some practice guys full minimum salary to stick around. They did it with Christian Ringo and Brian Price. Both received it when other teams wanted to sign them to their 53. But all that money counts against the cap.