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BlueDevilsDB
02-18-2005, 02:08 PM
I think if we are going to be serious with 3-4, we should give Grady Jackson a lookin' at. 6' 2", 340 LBS. The guy is just about impossible to move and can stuff the run. He was injured early in the year, but I think he healed fine. If there was anyway we could trade draft picks for him, I think we should.

buchosiete
02-18-2005, 02:12 PM
I think if we are going to be serious with 3-4, we should give Grady Jackson a lookin' at. 6' 2", 340 LBS. The guy is just about impossible to move and can stuff the run. He was injured early in the year, but I think he healed fine. If there was anyway we could trade draft picks for him, I think we should.

He's already 32 years old. I would rather go after someone younger. It's time to invest in the future!!!

TXBRONC
02-18-2005, 02:20 PM
He's already 32 years old. I would rather go after someone younger. It's time to invest in the future!!!

Same here.

BlueDevilsDB
02-18-2005, 03:19 PM
He's already 32 years old. I would rather go after someone younger. It's time to invest in the future!!!
Yes. I'm not sure how many years of solid play he has left. The thing is, there don't seem to be many dominating-looking NTs in this draft. If Jackson could get us a couple good years, it would be worth it, Imo, to wait a year or two for a better NT in the draft.

buchosiete
02-18-2005, 03:27 PM
Yes. I'm not sure how many years of solid play he has left. The thing is, there don't seem to be many dominating-looking NTs in this draft. If Jackson could get us a couple good years, it would be worth it, Imo, to wait a year or two for a better NT in the draft.

If he's going to want a lot of money we might as well keep Pryce.

Hopefully Shanny has it all figured out!!

buchosiete
02-18-2005, 03:40 PM
In all honesty, I have written off grady Jackson a few times already, and he has come back to suprise me.....How old is Keith Traylor for the Patriots?

G Jackson is a better player than him...


Again, worth considering...


It is definitely worth considering him for a couple of years if he doesn't want a Sh** load of money. He can maybe do what Neil Smith did for us for those two years in the latter part of his career.

Astros05
02-22-2005, 12:36 PM
Actually, that may not be a bad idea...

I think it would be a great Idea!!!!!

Peerless
02-22-2005, 01:56 PM
The packers love Grady, trust me, they talk about how good they were after his injury with stopping the run. Id rather have a younger NT, but if he's they only good one there, id try and get him.

JoRo
02-22-2005, 02:00 PM
I think it would be a great Idea!!!!!

depends wut the pack would want for him

bornbroncofan
02-22-2005, 02:16 PM
He sounds lke a good pick up for us, as long as he isn't looking to make a ton of money.