Awesome move. This was important, considering Miami's habit of using a rotating defensive line. Gives us more options. Also doesn't hurt that Starks is a manimal.
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Nice! Allows us to see what Odrick's progress looks like and to decide between Solia and Starks on who of the two we re-sign to a long term deal. Both will technically be in "contract years" again. Smart move, Jeff.
And let's be honest y'all..........FINALLY AN ACTUAL REAL MOVE AND NOT THE MERE DAY DREAMING MOCK STUFF wwe've been torturing ourselves with haha
Solid. They can still lock him up long term if they want too. So Starks is back, now we gotta lock up hartline and The two main guys I wanted back will be back.
Smith? maybe if his price range comes down...same for Long.
Never wanted reggie back, Time to let Miller take the regins and pair him with more of a between the tackles runner.
Smart by Jeff not letting starks go.
awesome, I really did not want to lose Starks. I think this will help the DL to continue to be a strength next year.
Good move but I hope we can bring back Smith
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How accurate is that source? Is it reported elsewhere too?
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Was hoping this would happen. Starks is the one FA, I thought you couldn't let walk. Period. He is in his prime, and plays the position at a high level. This also allows for a make or break year for Odrick, IMO.
Keeping costs down, and solidifying the inner DLINE is a great thing.