R1: Doriel Green-Beckham WR Oklahoma (if he's there he's too good to pass on, a la Randy Moss.)
R2: Denzel Perryman LB Miami (smallish but fierce.)
R3: Ladarius Gunther CB Miami
R4: David Cobb RB Minnesota
R5: Adrian Amos Safety Penn State
R6: Warren Herring DT Wisconsin
R7: Kaleb Johnson G Rutgers
We're talking about a FOUR year veteran at the CB position and STILL calling him wildly inconsistent. He should be in his prime right now, there is no upside left to be had...he has played too many downs of football, he isn't changing. Give me Desmond Trufant in the draft and Derek Cox in free agency.
just read how far apart sean smith a ireland are apart from each other. the dude wants 10 mil. I cant beleive there is no outrage like Hartiline got.
shows peoples priorities of talent.
The draft? Wallace gone changes everything. FA is the first key.
Yo! I would bet money Smith isn't here next year. If you aren't getting picks or making impact plays like big hits that force fumbles, strips, etc..... you're not good enough. This team's draft is all WRs, DBs and O lineman
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[QUOTE=Southbeach 2;1064580159]I look at guys like Marshall and Patterson getting around $5M as slot covers, and see Smith as much better than both, understanding that this does not make him good, let alone VG.
IF a contending team, with VG surrounding DB's, sees him the missing piece in covering big WR's, he could get a big deal. More likely, the current NFL cap situation kicks in, and he is worth in the $6M range (give or take), depending on incentives and guaranteed money.
Just because teams were stupid enough to overpay these guys doesnt mean we should overpay to keep smith. Im ok with 6 million though. 3 years 18 million is a good one to me.Personally I would rather have kept Davis
Faux News making people dumber and less informed by the minute.
We don't have a choice, but pay Smith. We don't have a replacement