he does not change because Garret lets jones do anything he wants as we have seen with jimmy and bill looking back on itLooks like we're getting The Clapper calling the plays with Kellen Moore being promoted to OC and Jon Kitna coming in to coach QBs.
I don't know when Jerrah lost his nuts about coaching changes, but it's quite something to behold. You have a chance to get a fresh outlook on the offense and just shuffle the chairs around.
its 50-50 on if wittien makes the roster unless they use him for RZ 3rd downs onlyIs there any precedent for an NFL player retiring, sitting out a full year, then coming back as an active player?
I can’t imagine how difficult it would be to jump into that pool of injury and fatigue after tasting gentler waters.
Heath is terrible. He's perfectly capable for filling in due to an injury but he's long past the point of being overexposed. I understand not wanting to invest massive amounts of resources for that position but they've gone completely the other way, trying to address it as cheaply as possible with journeymen free agents and late round draft picks.- Didn't like that they waited until 6th round to address safety, but they seem a lot happier with Woods and Heath than the experts do. So maybe they know better.
Maybe I'm reading too much into it but to me it seems like an early signal that they would not sign him to the long-term contract he will most likely be seeking next off-season. Not with Prescott and Cooper needing new deals at the same time.-Interesting that they grabbed two RBs. Maybe they plan on giving Zeke a few more breathers on 3rd down and longs? They did ride him hard last year.
If he is, then I feel better about that pick, since that would spell the end of the likes of Tavon Austin and Ryan Switzer.Isn’t one of them a hybrid back-wr and return man? Pollard is a Swiss Army knife