Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by pats1, Jan 8, 2008.
Experience at all 3 positions on the line. Check!
Meets Dante's criteria as a candidate for porker school!
Is this a well managed franchise with a plan or what?
Has beard potential so he meets that requirement.
His beard has tremendous upside. While it may take a season or two to develop into its full potential, I can see it competing with the other starting linemen soon. I just hope we don't get those "that beard is made of glass" comments too soon.
That pictures to small to see, but is that a firebeard?
A nice pickup..this is teh time of the year for a half dozen players to be sihned got next year..young players who are wishing to make it in time....Martin seems lik a versatile OL..perfect for Dante's OL school....maybe a RB>> a LB??? next ones?? Pats always trying to better themselves...
If that's the case, Belichick should have drafted Doug Datish in the fifth round of the 2007 NFL Draft rather than Clint Oldenburg.
nice to see pioli working hard, completely undestracted by the playoffs
...who ended the season as a full-time member of the New York Jets.
Considering the Jets traded practically every pick to move up twice in the 2007 NFL Draft .........
Oldenburg has potential ... it's going to take him a few years.
I wish we had kept him because he has RT/TE potential.
He was a former D-lineman so he's a few years away.
Meanwhile Doug Datish played three different positions on the offensive line while at Ohio State.
Or, if the FO was looking for a possible LT of the future, it should have drafted Adam Koets, of the NY Football Giants.
Oldenburg, like everyone else drafted by the NEP on the second day, would have been available with its second 7th-round pick, or as UDFAs.
I hope that some LBs and RBs are also signed to futures contracts. Heck, we could use a couple of them right now.
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