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Thread: 2007 Offseason Transactions, Draft, and Depth Chart

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsSuck456 View Post
    Let the rest go.

    We save alot of $$ and we get some Compensatory picks for getting rid of trash.

    What do you propose for Defensive Tackle? Letting both Holliday and Traylor go opens a big hole at DT. Holliday should be kept.

    Also, Kevin Carter is gonna have almost a 7 million-dollar cap number. If we let him go, we'll save a lot of cap room, and Matt Roth proved he can take his place this year. Let Roth step in as the starter, re-sign David Bowens, who can rotate in, and then maybe address another backup DE in the draft.
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    Quote Originally Posted by killswitch View Post
    Maybe i'm in the minority, but I think Chambers can be a number 1. Booker, Welker, Hagan provide solid depth all around at the WR position.

    Ronnie Brown and Ricky Williams at RB. Randy McMichael at TE.

    With a healthy QB, this offense does not need a "playmaker." As far as the players go, it only needs a healthy Daunte Culpepper.

    Then, I agree a new O-coordinator could be addressed. Although, I think a healthy Daunte Culpepper could make Mularkey look just fine as an O-coordinator.

    CC has not had that great of a year. I love the guy got to meet him in person but i mean yesterday with the drops CC droped that fly pass that went right through his hands. Idk he hasnt performed up to how he should have this year. But i mean i guess you have to cut him a little slack b/ he ahd to work w/ MM and joey for the season but thats no excuse for him droppping passes. Thats somehting that has to stop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by killswitch View Post
    What do you propose for Defensive Tackle? Letting both Holliday and Traylor go opens a big hole at DT. Holliday should be kept.

    Also, Kevin Carter is gonna have almost a 7 million-dollar cap number. If we let him go, we'll save a lot of cap room, and Matt Roth proved he can take his place this year. Let Roth step in as the starter, re-sign David Bowens, who can rotate in, and then maybe address another backup DE in the draft.
    Traylor may retire this year, Holiday should take a pay cut if he stays.

    We could go for NT in the draft.
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