On Tonight's Episode, Greg and Rohan discuss the latest off-season happenings, including Collie and Freeney being let go, the Combine comes and goes, the Colts are linked to every free agent known to man, and more! Live at 8pm ET
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but you're picking near the bottom. I would be ok with trading the first. The ACL is not much of a concern to me, because we have seen players coming back from it. the money is the big issue
I would disagree a little in terms of trading for Revis. I think at 24, it would be a value pick. My only concern would be if they asked for picks in the 2014 draft as well
Question, would you guys be opposed to drafting a WR in the 1st if its the best player available now that Bowe is gone?
The chiefs will probably draft an OT as the first overall, and they don't want to pay big bucks to another OL guy
Avril already said that he wants a LOT of money, and I mean A LOT of money (like Mario Williams type of money)
40"s times are important when a guy does really well or really poorly. Other than that we shouldn't really care.
Does anybody have the list of guys the Colts interviewed? That to me is the most important thing we should look at.
If he played fot the league minimun I'm sure the Colts would resign him. But of course he won't, he deserves more.
Bob was the most important because he would cover the cracks in the defense. Freeney was the playmaker.
And freeney I think the writing was on the wall. He struggled to fit in the new D, and he needed to play because of his contract. But it's clear to see that he needs to move on, as painful as that may sound.
But Collie was a major piece for the 09~10 seasons when he showed his great potential, however the way his career unravelled because of injuries really sucked, but made the Colts fans feel sorry and bond deeply with him.