Am i the only one?
Who isn't worried about the free agents we're losing?
You have to make decisions on whether or not the guy is worth the money he wants and I've felt that in every case, the guy got more money somewhere else than he's worth.
Calais Campbell = People know my feelings about him. I think he's a very good player, but he ain't $15 million good. He ain't even $12 million good.
Tony Jefferson = I was early on liking this guy as an UDFA. Wish we could've kept him, but at $9 million, hahaha
Cooper = Good pickup, would've potentially like to kept him but again, not at his value. Same with Swearinger.
I'm actually a little annoyed that we re-signed Ellington. As Burns stated on their show yesterday, "yes there's no risk, but there's also no reward." I've put Ellington in the same mold that I put Rob Housler=time to move on. Maybe a change of scenery would've been good for Ellington. Unless they're going to revamp his workload, I see him just taking up a roster spot for the entire season.
I'm not saying that we're automatically going to find players better than each of the players listed above, but in this day and age, you have to make sacrifices and I think the best teams in the NFL are teams that know when it's best to move on from a player.
I was gonna post a pic, but honey badger don't give a dang.