Posted: 2/6/2013 1:52 PM
* Jennings, "will be a big name, but this is the classic question mark: How much do you pay a guy who will turn 30 at the start of the 2013 season and is coming off of two injury-plagued seasons?
* Bowe, "is certain to be one of the names all the gurus will be talking about, but he has inconsistent hands. The QB situation in Kansas City doesn't affect him that much; you have to catch the ball when it's thrown to you. Bowe will intrigue some people, and others will shy away."
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Cardsareinmyblood wrote: I would rather have Bowe or Wallace over Jennings. Jennings is older and had injury problems plus he is 5'11 or 5'10 not exactly prototypical size for a #1 receiver. Bowe has shown what he can do as the man. Jennings plays in an offense with many weapons and elite QB's. Bowe is a Stud.
Posted: 2/7/2013 3:09 PM
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Littletrim7 wrote: Im keep reading that Boldin could be come a cap casualty. Before you say "he's too old" and stop reading, hear me out.We have a ton of money to spend this offseason and the FA's I would prefer to pick up are going to be 2 of the cheapest in Jennings and Boldin. We should sign Jennings for 2-3 years and Bolden for 1-2 (my preference would be no more than one. I believe you should be able to sign Jennings for around 6 a year and Bolden for about 4-5 which would put our total wpend on FA WR's at 10 million for one year and they would come in and make a HUGE impact and could take some of the pressure off of the younger guys while still acting as a mentor. This helps Tanne as well as the young rookie WR/WR's we draft this year.
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dstock21 wrote: Here's my problem with Wallace. He is a great deep threat, but...has Tannehill shown us he has the deep accurary to invested 10+ million is a guy whose biggest asset by far is getting open deep? Tannehill was really accurate short and middle but I didn't see that many pretty deep balls. Jennings fits our offense, Bowe is just talented, but Wallace may not work here the way he worked in Pitt.
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packphinsfan wrote: The new one to add to this mix (via trade) is the WR from Minnesota. He is the most talented of everyone we have talked about. He also has the most problems (2 different blow ups with 2 different HC`s), and he is also the youngest. I dont see us trading a 2nd or 3rd for him, though. As he is crazy. But uber talented.
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Jschwald wrote: Percy Harvin also doesn't just have personality baggage, but injury and migraine problems too.
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