NFL Network reported that the Patriots said they had no intentions on using him despite signing a 3 year contract worth $12 million. So I ask you, do we want him? And if so, what does it take to get him? Is he worth it?
How many 49ers fans does it take to change a light bulb?
None, they will all show and talk about how good the old one was...
I don't think so. If the Hawks go looking for a wideout, I would rather them get a huge possession guy with massive height or a playmaking TE to knock McCoy down to the practice team. Lloyd did seem to go after it, but the way that Wilson spreads the ball around he just needs variety. Tate just seems to get better, Baldwin was making ridiculous catches and if Rice can stay healthy again I think we have the middle class receiver handled.
"The life you lose may be your own" - Drunk dude at the bar
If the Patriots cannot whip him into shape, no way.
_________________ ...and with one kiss of his bicep he proved, without a shadow of doubt, that he was every bit as much of a DBag as his coach, and most of his team's fanbase. Finally, he could call himself a Niner!
He's consistently made some of the most astonishing catches over the years. I wonder what has kept him from becoming more than what he is? I've always liked the guy. Not sure I'd want him over anybody we have though at this stage in his career.
I kinda like him, he's a great deep threat, and we're a team with a great deep ball passer. I wouldn't make him target #1, but if we get a month or so into free agency, and he's still sitting there, and we he have a spot for a guy like him, I'd be fine with it.