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Ya know, it was at least somewhat evident early in the offseason, with the cuts of guys like Massaquoi (who is now a FA). It became even more evident, before mini camp even began, with the cuts of players like Baker, with his huge contract. This one, however, as a cut of a player that, not just many on here, but most in the media, had pegged as our day one starter at Center, really hammers in the point.

No one is safe.

No matter how much or how little experience that you have,

No matter how much or how little money you are making,

No matter how much "potential" that you may possess,

If you aren't up to snuff,...

Quinn will cut anyone at anytime.

This season should be very interesting, to say the least. wink.png

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Then explain to me why Bierman is still here?

He still can't set the edge on run plays. It was so obvious that teams audibled run plays just to run towards Bierman's side all last year.

I blame Brooks Reed. the only players that can play SLB other than him are Schofield, Biermann and Beasley, and we cut Maponga, so we will rely on Beasley playing a lot more DE

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my biggest complaint is how the oline situation has been managed from the start. at this point, it looks like a complete cluster freak. Maybe before long I'll look back and say, hmmm okay, i can feel it now... but all i can go on is what I've seen up to this point. These competitions at every spot drug out all the way from training camp, through four weeks of preseason, and appear to still be unsolved

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my biggest complaint is how the oline situation has been managed from the start. at this point, it looks like a complete cluster freak. Maybe before long I'll look back and say, hmmm okay, i can feel it now... but all i can go on is what I've seen up to this point. These competitions at every spot drug out all the way from training camp, through four weeks of preseason, and appear to still be unsolved

I think that they desperately wanted to solve it with what they had, but it didn't work out. Gino they got for free, and wasn't available till just now. It also might be that the Titans wanted more than a 6th originally, but got desperate near the end and compromised.

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I like it, especially on defense, but this O-line scares me. Matt is no Russell Wilson, he can't run for his life while you experiment with garbage tier players like Gradkowski. Hope he never sees the field.

Exactly, I like what Quinn is doing, but I would be lying if I said I'm not worried about the O line heading into week 1.

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as a rookie, didnt play

Started 16 games in 2013, in a ZBS and he has 2 good knees. Not sure how much better you're going to do for a back up. As for the fan evaluations of Grad, we've got fan here that want Tebow and Vick as back ups. Pretty sure other fan bases have the same types of fans.

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