Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by long distance, Apr 30, 2019.
That was a quicky, SBLIII. Thanks!
Do not want Suh. I'm a fan, not a GM and I can't stand the guy.
Besides, he's a Dog Faker!!!
But for the record, before his arrest, Aaron Hernandez had NEVER missed a practice, meeting or any hospital, school, or other scheduled off or in-season Patriot sponsored visit. So it's not like there were ANY signs that he had fallen off the edge. The guy was a sociopath. He led 2 lives.
You can't hold the Pats responsible for drafting a guy with red flags from college. If no one drafted players with no red flags the draft would be only 3 rounds. Hernandez was just another in a myriad of calculated risks that every team takes multiple times a year or a variety of issues. The end result of this one was obviously tragic.
Ken, Ivan was not castigating the Pats for drafting He Who Must Not Be Named.
I agree with both of you and see no contradiction in positions.
Some random person said they saw him at the Boston College commencement. Who knows?
Commencement - Boston College
It would not surprise me if there was a sit down with BB just to catch up.
I personally, wouldn’t be opposed to it.
I have my reservations but a conversation costs nothing. BB and Nick would not be doing their jobs if they did not do their due diligence
Please, First, the man is the ANTITHESIS of what it means to be a Patriot. Signing him wouldmake a mockery of a system 20 years in the making 2nd, even if he had a tramsformative "come to Jesus" moment, there is no way he's going to play for what the Pats have left under the cap. THIRD he has made it plain, that he want's to play on the West Coast. Foxboro is NOT the west coast.
NEVER going to happen.
@KontradictioN but he's useless right.
He’s a back-up. Hence why he sat around for as long as he did before getting signed. As long as that’s his role, I’m fine with it. The team clearly feels the same way hence... why he sat around for as long as he did before getting signed.
Glad to see that Bill agreed with us. Bailey is a life-long 3-4 DE who is too light to help at early-down DT, not nimble - or experienced - enough inside to help at passing-down DT, and not explosive enough to help at passing-down DE. I'd rather have Shelton as a early-down DT than Bailey as a early-down DE. We already have Bennett, Wise & Davis for that role.
Davis is a long shot
I know people here will take the opportunity to bash the player, but I just wanted to give my condolences to Reuben Foster, who tore his ACL just minutes into his first OTA.
Report: Reuben Foster has torn ACL
Whether you like him or hate him isn't relevant. Having something like this happen is a ****ty hand to be dealt. I wish him the best in his recovery.
McCoy being released from the Bucs
He will be a Brown or Chief
Maybe McCoy wants a ring more than money?
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