Sorry about pulling two other posts into one location, but I'm steaming right now.... Wrong Borges rates Adalius Thomas as the best free agent available on MSNBC saying: "Best values 1. Adalius Thomas, LB: He wants a $18 million signing bonus and will probably get it, likely from the 49ers. Wherever he goes, the 270-pound Thomas appears headed toward making an impact." Then, when it's BB and the Patriots who sign him he blasts them in an article in the Sunday Globe: "Past history does not guarantee future success or failure, but the question that suitors of this year's Raven in flight had to consider was whether Thomas would prove to be the exception to the rule or just another former Raven about whom his new employer ends up saying a year or two later, "Nevermore"? Yeah, it's an entire article with his normal unnamed sources, but casting doubt on Thomas as a player, questions whether the system made him, and stressing past Ravens poor performances with other teams. Yep, his best value free agent who is sure to make the biggest impact, turns into this huge question mark and bad move after his favorite coach signs him. Borges should be fired!