Jevon Kearse anyone?

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  1. patsfan55

    patsfan55 In the Starting Line-Up

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    i know he hasn't done anything for a few yrs now
    but if he has anything left in the tank he is worth a look as a switch to olb (if he's willing)
    6'4" 265 lbs, perfect size
    has obv shown some greatness rushing the passer
    can someone please convince me why we shouldnt at least bring him in for a meeting
     
  2. Keegs

    Keegs In the Starting Line-Up

    Javon Kearse is a freak.


    That is why they nicknamed him "The Freak".

    you're welcome.
     
  3. Pats726

    Pats726 Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

    I think it's an injury situation...not sure how effective he would be..and wonder how much money he would take..if it was a good value..yes..but I think he's lost a few steps.
     
  4. #12

    #12 On the Game Day Roster

    I think it would be a great idea to bring him in. Can't hurt to take a look at him. His numbers have been down, but nothing like a new team to give a player a career rejuvenation.
     
  5. BradyFTW!

    BradyFTW! PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

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    Can't hurt to look at him, but he has been pretty bad for long enough that I wouldn't hold out much hope for him.
     
  6. NormZauchin

    NormZauchin PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

    It seems like everytime an old, former pro bowler is released by an NFL team someone promotes the idea of bringing him into training camp. There is a limit on how much time the coaches have to evaluate players, the more players, the less attention each gets. The Patriots are one of the older teams in the NFL. If you are going to load up your training camp with excess players, I'd rather they be undrafted free agents out of college. One or two oldies but goodies like Seau are fine, but let's not go overboard.
     
  7. jjeaglerooter

    jjeaglerooter Rookie

    Be forewarned that he is limited in his ablity to make moves on a rush.....his base techique was his speed combined with his wingspan.his speed has dropped off and hasnt done so well on his recouping from injury.This is truly a risk I am willing to let you take.
    We are willing to accept Moss and third round pick as trade.
    Thank you.
     
  8. hwc

    hwc In the Starting Line-Up

    Kearse is one of the most over-hyped, overpaid players in the NFL. He had a decent rookie season and hasn't done jack-squat since.

    It's just that the idiots at EPSN are too brain dead to notice so people actually think Kearse is something other than a JAG.
     
  9. Sean Pa Patriot

    Sean Pa Patriot Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

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    As Drew Rosenhouse would say.. NEXT QUESTION
     
  10. Bierman9

    Bierman9 Rookie

  11. bruschimania

    bruschimania Rookie

    Because of how unsuccessful it's been so far? For everyone who talks about how much the Pats need youth at LB, I think, after 3 SBs, one additional AFC Championship, and 6 out of 7 AFC East Division Titles, Belichick MIGHT know more about what the team needs than random guy on a messageboard who wants them to get OMG YUNGER.

    :rolleyes:
     
  12. spacecrime

    spacecrime Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

    Ummm....... :rolleyes:
     
  13. xmarkd400x

    xmarkd400x 2nd Team Getting Their First Start

    Didn't he have a foot injury that he was just never the same after?
     
  14. PatsFan24

    PatsFan24 In the Starting Line-Up

    might take a look at him, but i dunno i think they will draft mostly D this year so he prob wont be here
     
  15. VJCPatriot

    VJCPatriot Pro Bowl Player

    ROFL. Who in their right mind would give up Randy Moss for a broken down Kearse?
     
  16. pheenix11

    pheenix11 PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

    I predict that someone will say that he cannot play in space. :bricks:
     
  17. patsfan55

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    ages of lbs at 3 sb wins:
    sb 36:
    phifer-33
    cox-33
    willie-30
    ted johnson-29
    bruschi-28
    vrabel-26


    sb 38:
    phifer-35
    willie-32
    ted johnson-31
    bruschi-30
    vrabel-29

    sb 39:
    phifer-36
    willie-33
    ted johnson-32
    bruschi-31
    vrabel-30
    colvin-27

    now:
    seau-39
    bruschi-34
    vrabel-33
    adalius-30

    so, other than seau sticking out a little i guess the top four oldest are similar to what it has always been, but there's one big difference: where are our fifth and sixth rotational guys that are younger (ala vrabel, colvin, ted johnson in their late 20s to early 30s)?
     
    Last edited: Feb 29, 2008
  18. A.C Vegas

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    he can not play in space. i mean come on he is horrid on the moon.






    just to keep your prediction streak going
     
  19. patsfan-1982

    patsfan-1982 In the Starting Line-Up

    he is the same as colvin all was hurt better off bringing back colvin
     
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