Posted: 2/21/2012 10:57 PM
Posted: 2/21/2012 11:51 PM
Lumpy wrote: So what are you implying here? That Wallace could actually end up in Cleveland....or that at least his status will cause some heartache for the inbred?
Posted: 2/22/2012 1:47 AM
Posted: 2/22/2012 8:32 AM
mythrand wrote: Most of the experts say wallace is gone.. They have him going to san fran, Balt, Cinci who all have late round Picks that they would be willing to give up for him... Steelers don't have the cap room to sign him period and they have even said its likely they won't be able too get there...Wallace is available but i think there are teams he would rather go to then us
Posted: 2/22/2012 12:49 PM
Posted: 3/3/2012 10:46 AM
redright wrote: Lumpy wrote: So what are you implying here? That Wallace could actually end up in Cleveland....or that at least his status will cause some heartache for the inbred?Lumpy, I seriously doubt we spend to get Wallace. He is a first round pick which is minimal for the Bengals, Ravens, or Pats. Other teams that made the playoffs now have a minimal cost and could improve their passing game.The new CBA eliminated the 1st and 3rd. Wallace can move on for the price of a late round pick. The CAP also has carry over, making it easier for a player to move. Teams will get under and well managed CAP teams have an advantage. WE are one, but then....????The Steelers have a problem. It starts this year with Wallace and continues going forward. They have a lot of high priced talent coming onto the market and don 't have a lot of wiggle room Wallace is just the start.What really intrigued me is the difference it makes in how the Draft is viewed. Example. we will not get a WR as good as Wallace over the next few years with our 22. This type of thinking changes our draft and that of many. Likely it is why Nas said to wake him when the 13th of March and FA begins.Further, I think there are many avenues to pursue and HHS have their work cut out. It is more than the draft. It is more than a player or two. It is the philosphy or what team they want and how do they get there. The draft is fun, but imo, we have first to address FA. That will tell a lot.
Posted: 3/4/2012 1:16 PM
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