01-17-2012, 08:40 PM
Join Date: Feb 2005
Location: New Hampster!
Re: BB unique approach to creating depth and dealing with injuries and disappointment
Originally Posted by BlitzFritz
One thing that has stuck me as I look back over the season.
The number of important players who were not on the original 53, but stashed on practice squad, shadow roster, and PUP. He really knows how to create extra depth.
- Gerard Warren -- cut and kept on shadow roster
- Marcus Cannon, Ron Brace, Kevin Faulk - stashed on PUP
- Sterling Moore -- shadow roster
- Shaun Ellis on the 53 -- kept on ice in case injuries hit (!)
Looks like he was determined not to run out of DL players like last year!!
Yes! Clearly Ron Brace is the key to the Lombardi.
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