Finished last year off with Edelman/Hogan/Dorsett/Patterson. This definitely hurts on a couple different levels but this group is better, especially if Harry can make an impact. The OL remains the biggest concern.Edelman
It's still a solid receiver room.
Last year's group included Gronk, who was a massive part of the passing game and even well past his prime was able to stretch the field. You can add in Watson, White and Burkhead and there are lots of solid options here, but no credible deep threat which puts a ceiling on how effective their offense can be. This is a huge loss.Finished last year off with Edelman/Hogan/Dorsett/Patterson. This definitely hurts on a couple different levels but this group is better, especially if Harry can make an impact. The OL remains the biggest concern.
I honestly think BB just values the other WR on the roster more moving forward. Seems a defensible position, honestly. It probably comes down to him vs. Harry.Is there a rule that you can't cut an injured player?
Anyway, one would think this has to mean that they need a spot immediately. Even if that's true, I can't believe Gordon was the best candidate to create a spot unless there's something signficant behind the scenes.
Quoting myself -- Miguel says that they get cap relief as soon as he's released because his salary is not guaranteed, but they cannot release him until he's healthy or they reach an injury settlement with him.I think they only save cap space if he gets claimed off waivers, which he very well may.
Sorry Ed..You mentioned the name "Mack" before and the only Mack I could think of was Khail Mack and I had a post already to go blasting you for 3 reasons :Chicago won't let him go 2) he must a lot of money 3) the Pat's defense does not really need him. Luckily I have edited my post. ALEX Mack the o lineman would look nice in a Pat's jersey and would fill a need. Still it's funny what my original thought wasYeah, the money is fully guaranteed as an RFA, so he’ll need to get claimed. One million closer to Alex Mack!