Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by trueblue81, Mar 16, 2019 at 4:12 PM.
Not that surprised by this.
Too bad, was a good backup.
He was but after we resigned him last year he was probably expecting more games. Instead plays backup again. Maybe Bills will give him starts.
Not that Waddle was all that great or anything, but Offensive Tackle now becomes a higher priority on draft weekend, preferably sometime during Day 2.
Prediction: He'll suck with the Bills, be cut and back here by Thanksgiving.
Waddle... we do?
(I’m here all week... try the veal!)
Surprised by this. Can't imagine the Bills paid him a lot and the Pats should have been able to keep him if they really wanted him.
what is enough?
I know there is always turnover, but this year the players, coaches, and even the feel-good-it’s 2019 and we love feelings dude are jumping ship... even our kickers are unsigned ! It’ll be interesting to see how the draft goes.
Not surprised by any of the Patriot's player losses. Their current salary cap space doesn't leave them a pot to pee in.
Unproven although perspective Wynn, no clear backups for OT. It needs to be fixed quickly. Offensive Line was the major factor of our success in playoffs and SB.
Funny 6 page thread at 2 Bill Drive claiming Adrian Clayborn also signed with the Bills. It turns out a poster was on a plane landing in Buffalo and over heard another passenger asking a BBG if he played football and he said he recently played with a rival but was signing with Buffalo. I guess he thought he heard Adrian instead of LaAdrian.
I would expect a tackle get drafted fairly early. Probably round 2.
Basically anything above minimum salary qualifies for comp pick offsets. The Pats tentatively having a 7th round value (Bolden) canceling out a 6th round value, so a new 7th round value would get offset by Bolden instead, freeing up the 6th.
Not a big deal. He was serviceable but hopefully we can find more good replacements.
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