Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by long distance, Apr 30, 2019.
Cole Croston vs Dan the Skipper...It's on baby...stand back...
Vinny Flashed some talent his rookie year but that's all folks.
They may be gearing up for a Trent Williams addition.
If this guy can ever overcome his lower-body issues, he could be the Robin to N'Keal Harry's Batman (with Meyers as the Big Slot):
Emanuel Hall - Unsigned Free Agent - NFL
If I were Bill, I would tell Hall's representation to fly him to Foxborough for a Monday morning meeting with team doctors.
I would definitely bring him in and let him get healthy (if he can that is) and see what he’s got down the road. Don’t see why not
Yeah he looked he’d possibly be a nice find for a little while there. It makes me feel better about the present DT group in the sense that Butler or Shelton as the 4th DT seems like a better situation than Valentine and Anthony Johnson.
I remember when we were all clamoring for any news as to whether or not he’d return from IR a couple of years ago, like he was going to be the savior of the run defense.
The choices were Valentine or Malcolm Mitchell, and neither of them made it back.
I still think the skipper was destined to be camp fodder while Croston’s injury healed. I’ve been wrong so many times before, so this could be another, but I never really felt like the skipper was going to make it.
He could make a nice PS addition, though.
But it seems like Cajuste is healing slower than anticipated which gives Skipper a real chance at the 53 at least for half the season or so
Are you suggesting that we go half a season with Wynn, Cannon, Skipper and Croston?
I expect Croston to be on the 53, and the skipper to be on the PS, once we acquire a swing OT.
Hard Pass. He’ll be cut...still no..
I agree let the kid compete.
If he had t
for what a 3rd string Punter?
My guess about Meyers and Inman looking good so far.
In NE today...again:
The Pats must like his agent.
Brady most of gave Meyers the death kiss
Not for this scrub.
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