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nola_swammi 03-19-2005 02:23 PM

Chris Terry
The release of Terry, who started only 18 games after the Seahawks signed him to a new five-year, $19 million contract following the 2002 season, had been rumored for weeks.

I will like for us to bring this guy in for a workout

[Edited on 19/3/2005 by nola_swammi]

spkb25 03-19-2005 06:23 PM

Chris Terry
oh so would i. put mayberry inside start him on the other side of gandy. or keep mayberry outside and have gandy or terry as back up. dont know we could afford it though really. just dont think we could

Euphoria 03-19-2005 06:28 PM

Chris Terry
nope... read the fine print... \"off-field problems and injuries\". I don\'t think he\'ll get near the kind of contract he got with the Seahawks, nor do I see him in black and gold next year. Would not do it.

spkb25 03-19-2005 06:31 PM

Chris Terry
thats an even better point euphoria. your right we dont need anymore of the distractions.

nola_swammi 03-19-2005 08:11 PM

Chris Terry
I don\'t know, it seems to me a change of scenary might change Terry attitude, plus cause of his bad deameanor he might come cheap

spkb25 03-19-2005 08:18 PM

Chris Terry
equally good point

bayouking318 03-20-2005 02:36 AM

Chris Terry
:D I am all for going after Terry cuz if we were so happen to pick Jammal Brown & he be another 1st rd bust that we pick in the 1st rd. cuz of need I think I\'ll ...... :puke:

[Edited on 20/3/2005 by bayouking318]

no_cloning 03-20-2005 05:46 AM

Chris Terry
I\'m still VERY nervous about the right tackle position. Can Mayberry be an adequate starter, especially in pass protection? Just not confident that he will.
Signing someone who is a natural tackle and has his strength in pass blocking would be a good idea IMHO. If Terry fails the physical or can\'t dispel the doubts about his lifestyle, the Saints can still decide to not sign him. But why not talk to him?

progress 03-20-2005 11:03 AM

Chris Terry
He sounds perfect, off the field problems, injury problems, and he played college football at Georgia. There\'s no way Haslett can pass this up.

[Edited on 20/3/2005 by progress]

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