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this is a discussion within the NFL Community Forum; I think if we make these corners stick not only Harper is gone, but Greer also..........

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Old 03-14-2013, 01:15 PM   #101
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I think if we make these corners stick not only Harper is gone, but Greer also.......
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dont want this guy.....we will pay good money for a guy whos good years are behind him...has anyone watch him play the last 2 years...he is not versatile he has no awareness and gives up huge plays.....but i guess that fits the new orleans defense....lets pay him top dollar
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Simply cutting Roman Harper would allow us enough cap space to nab Nnamdi, grab a decent 3-4 end, add a reasonable backup QB, and select an adequate left tackle in the draft.

Am I wrong?
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Simply cutting Roman Harper would allow us enough cap space to nab Nnamdi, grab a decent 3-4 end, add a reasonable backup QB, and select an adequate left tackle in the draft.

Am I wrong?
god i hope we dont get Nnambi
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Old 03-14-2013, 01:40 PM   #106
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...has anyone watch him play the last 2 years...he is not versatile he has no awareness and gives up huge plays.....but i guess that fits the new orleans defense....lets pay him top dollar
I somewhat agree, but have you seen the Eagles defense overall the past 2 years? Arguably, there was ZERO coaching going on there. Their defense was packed with talented players and played "limp wrist" football at best. Total slackers because they never really replaced their DC Jim Johnson after he died in 2009.

He's only 31... sometimes a new team brings the swagger back to players. Thoughts?

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Just a random thought but would people be against signing Nnamdi Asomugha and then somehow getting Tyrann Mathieau in the draft (not the first round)
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Just a random thought but would people be against signing Nnamdi Asomugha and then somehow getting Tyrann Mathieau in the draft (not the first round)
Would love to see Tyrann drafted, but in later rounds. He would have a chance to prove himself in training camp. But using a higher draft pick isn't an option in my opinion. He has to prove he is NFL material AND that he can play football without smoking pot.
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Would love to see Tyrann drafted, but in later rounds. He would have a chance to prove himself in training camp. But using a higher draft pick isn't an option in my opinion. He has to prove he is NFL material AND that he can play football without smoking pot.
For some reason i think this has become a real possibility. I was watching a interview with him and he was talking about how he was on a plane sitting next to Rob Ryan and Ryan was joking around about how he was going to draft him and turn him into this amazing corner back. Although Tyrann said they were just joking around i honestly think there may have been some truth to what was said
And i personally think that Nnamdi and Greer would be a solid tandem and Tyrann becoming our slot corner would potentially give us a solid/deadly cornerback crew

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Does Nnamdi fit the 49ers defensive scheme? Idk for sure but isnt SF a zone defense?
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