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  1. Remix 6

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    Erron Kinney was released..i think he missed last season with injury..he had a great year before that and hes 275 pounds and a sound blocker..could be a replacement for Graham


    Verron Haynes also released..Steeler RB/FB i think could fill the power back spot maybe and give Maroney a breather aswell as Faulk plus the versatility.
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    I think we can do better than Haynes.
  3. Remix 6

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    better? yes

    cheaper with quality? no

    i rather not spend a lot on a guy behind Maroney. hes pretty good and wont be as expensive as Duckett, A. Thomas and whoever else
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    Kinney is a damn good tight end. Which likely means he'll sign somewhere else for $$$.

    EDIT: Ah, scratch that, apparently injuries have finished him early.
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    If Graham does leave then Kinney is a solid option. He has family in this area and spend the offseason near the Cape.
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    #24 Jersey

    Haynes would be a great move. A very good #3 RB at a low low price.
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    Haynes is a receiving back like Faulk, not a power back at all. That said, I still think that he would be a good pickup. A definite step up from Pass, who I don't expect to see back next year, and Haynes can take over for Faulk when he retires.
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    Kinneys career is over that is why he was released. Microfracture gone bad

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