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Old 05-18-2016, 07:58 PM   #11
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Re: Saints working out Hakeem Nicks

Possible insurance for injury. Nothing more.
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Re: Saints working out Hakeem Nicks

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felt like they did
I got off the lazy chair & yup last year in Sept. Campbody more likely..

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap300...t-hakeem-nicks

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Old 05-18-2016, 09:21 PM   #13
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BOLDIN.
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D Moore has some game & is relatively young.

Side note - >> old wiley vet Anquan Boldin is still out there. I can see why he wanted out of 49er land (?'s at QB & Chip Kelly).
Even at 35, he had over 1,000 yards & 5 td's. His hands are still elite.

I'd call him.
I want Boldin because is a run-blocking beast.
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Originally Posted by saintsfan1976 View Post
BOLDIN.
This is what you have from last season - Cooks, Snead, Coleman...

Coleman's size is intriguing, but he won't get separation with honest coverage; and then, there's the questionable hands...

Cooks is always going to be a home run threat and will get his by season's end, but his size is a liability on third down and red zone conversions...

Wille Snead is a young complementary possession receiver who we were fortunate to land as a free agent...

That's it, that's all you got as far as wide receivers...

So you got questionable hands, an all or none home run hitter, and a good underneath route runner...

Brees and the Saints offense will not be elite without Marques Colston keeping defenses honest...
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Re: Saints working out Hakeem Nicks

Originally Posted by K Major View Post
D Moore has some game & is relatively young.

Side note - >> old wiley vet Anquan Boldin is still out there. I can see why he wanted out of 49er land (?'s at QB & Chip Kelly).
Even at 35, he had over 1,000 yards & 5 td's. His hands are still elite.

I'd call him.
Always liked Moore but Hicks if he has anything left really intrigues me but all of these receivers we're looking at will be a piece to the puzzle not the final piece for sure. all are 6' or 6'1 so not big threats and it's looks like all of them aren't that fast either.

I would love Boldin for a one year contract.
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Re: Saints working out Hakeem Nicks

During his one season here in Indy, he was MIA!
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Re: Saints working out Hakeem Nicks

Maybe as a late season addition...
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Originally Posted by jeanpierre View Post
This is what you have from last season - Cooks, Snead, Coleman...

Coleman's size is intriguing, but he won't get separation with honest coverage; and then, there's the questionable hands...

Cooks is always going to be a home run threat and will get his by season's end, but his size is a liability on third down and red zone conversions...

Wille Snead is a young complementary possession receiver who we were fortunate to land as a free agent...

That's it, that's all you got as far as wide receivers...

So you got questionable hands, an all or none home run hitter, and a good underneath route runner...

Brees and the Saints offense will not be elite without Marques Colston keeping defenses honest...
The offense will be 'elite' as long as Brees has an o-line that can keep him upright and a running game in the 20s...
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Old 05-19-2016, 03:00 PM   #20
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Re: Saints working out Hakeem Nicks

Cooks, Thomas, Snead, Coleman and one of the speedster rookies is five. There are some good looking rookies coming to camp this year. Do we really have room for another receiver on the roster? I'd hate to move on from a promising young talent.
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