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papz 05-03-2005 02:48 PM

Bengals release Kevin Hardy...
 
While the Bengals are looking to go younger, we need to add some experience. He's only 31 and has proved to be a very good player. Should we consider Hardy before Brown? I would.

WhoDat 05-03-2005 03:28 PM

Bengals release Kevin Hardy...
 
I think he should get a look. Why not bring all of these guys into camp? If they suck, cut them. If they outplay the poop we currently put on the field, then we just got better on the cheap.

saintswhodi 05-03-2005 03:45 PM

Bengals release Kevin Hardy...
 
I would look at Hardy and Foreman before Brown.

4saintspirit 05-03-2005 03:48 PM

Bengals release Kevin Hardy...
 
I would look at Laurel and Hardy before Brown. Seriously -- he does not have the injury probles Chad has and probably would take a lesser salary to prove that the bengals made a mistake

Danno 05-03-2005 04:33 PM

Bengals release Kevin Hardy...
 
Quote:

I think he should get a look. Why not bring all of these guys into camp? If they suck, cut them. If they outplay the poop we currently put on the field, then we just got better on the cheap
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Absolutely. If we bring in all the proven vets on the downslide there\'s bound to be one or two with enough gas in the tank to help us out. As long as its a guy who can play the Sam. You can\'t sling a dead cat around here without hitting 9 WLB\'s.

looking at our depth chart...
SLB-Allen, Hodge
MLB-Watson, Ruff, Fincher
WLB-Bockwoldt, Rodgers, Fisher, Watson, Ruff and 14 other stiffs I\'ve never heard of.

This depth chart screams for another SLB.

Oh, and off-topic a bit, I was re-watching a 2004 game last week and noticed a formation that had Ruff and Watson both in the game as well as a WLB (I think it was Watson but not sure). Anyone else notice that? Is Ruff playing some SLB?

[Edited on 3/5/2005 by Danno]

baronm 05-03-2005 04:41 PM

Bengals release Kevin Hardy...
 
heres his stats...i\'m all for gettingrid of someof our non-performers.

mutineer10 05-03-2005 05:37 PM

Bengals release Kevin Hardy...
 
Hardy\'s not that old, but there\'s alot of miles on him. He\'s been in the league a long time, yet he\'s somehow remained relatively healthy and productive. He\'s obviously not a long term solution, but I can\'t see the harm in bringing him in if the price is right.

Agreed with others above, I\'d certainly be more interested in Hardy than Brown. At this stage in his career, Brown would be nothing more than a situational player ... and like Danno\'s analogy, you can\'t sling a dead cat around here without hitting one of those, too.

ssmitty 05-03-2005 06:37 PM

Bengals release Kevin Hardy...
 
but,,,,,,,,,,ladies, and gentlemen,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
where ever shall we get the money?
smitty

LKelley67 05-03-2005 06:51 PM

Bengals release Kevin Hardy...
 
omg, he\'s older than i am.

he had been out of football a longtime.

http://www.berkeleycm.com/per_hardy.html

another new orleans first round draft pick bust

JKool 05-03-2005 08:02 PM

Bengals release Kevin Hardy...
 
I think Ruff\'s coverage skills and speed may be insufficient to play SAM. Though, I think that people are more down on Ruff than he should be because he was brought in here to save a floundering D and didn\'t. He\'s not a bad LB, but he is a bit on the slow side. As a situational player, I don\'t think he is that bad at all - in fact, I think he is considerably better than Rodgers.


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