somecut8 Posted March 4, 2008 Share Posted March 4, 2008 Problem: Ok guys, believe it or not we need a LB. Now the DeMorrio Williams is no longer a Falcons, we don't really have a LB that can start for us. We have a bunch of young guys on the roster, who, potentially can become good, but still haven't proven it.Solution: Darryl Blackstock-He's a RFA that hasn't been tendered, which basically means he's a UFA.-We can probably sign him to a cheap deal, as he was a backup his entire career.-Just because he's a backup doesn't mean he's not good. I mean how can you start when Carlos Dansby, Gerald Hayes, and Calvin Pace, are your starting LBs.-Was a third round draft pick out of Virginia-Has good size at 6'3 244.-Only 24 years of age.Stats: never started in 2007...21 tackles, 3 sacks, 1 forced fumble.I say we bring this guy in for cheap and as a temporary fix for our LB spot until we can draft one next year. Next year there are some good MLBs we should try to get in the first round. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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