Discussion in 'Arizona Cardinals' started by BritCard, May 6, 2021.
Word is his knee is screwed.
Likely he goes unclaimed and teams bring him in for tests.
Yea i remember having him on my money lg championship team as a back up couple yrs ago he was off on when i played him stats fantasy but this was a yr or 2 ago
I'm comfortable with Conner, Edmonds, Ward/Eno.
I don't wear Zubaz, drink New Coke, and listen to Guns in Roses....I'm a modern football fan who knows that you can find a decent running back in week 5 on the Jaguars practice squad.
I don't want to concern anyone here with a positive take, but I'd probably find it to be a good move if we picked him up.
You're good with Chase Edmonds, Eno, and a week 5 Jags practice squad player when Conner's out 4 weeks with a high ankle sprain?
I see we got a new GM, then:
Good his rookie year but injuries the last two as many have already slated. Nothing special or get excited about.
LOL you'd be comfortable picking up a nearly constantly injured guy? That's a first...
that’s ripe isn’t it? Not only often injured but has actually sucked the last two years…
At a certain point beggars can’t be choosers?
God Kerryon was so good in college. Had serious injury problems back then as well. Sucks for him, his career is probably close to over, if it isn't already.
Last years Jaguars practice squad running back Robinson had almost 1100 yards rushing and over 1400 yards from scrimmage. Thats exactly Krangthebrains point.
Year's :bim: and That's :bim: and Krangthebrain's :bim:
Sorry, I can't turn off writer brain
Oh, so Robinson's going to be on their practice squad this year, too? Good to know.
You guys can continue to ignore that lots of high functioning offenses have had players that were worse than Conner and Edmonds, but the fact remains. It's not the crippling blow you think it is.
But having two marginal NFL RBs, one of which has major injury concerns, isn't a recipe for success. You don't want your cupboard to be bare conceivably a game or two into the season and HAVE TO rely on getting a starter-level contributor off a practice squad. It can be done, but I don't want it to be THE PLAN.
If Kerryon could pass a physical, I can't think of a better guy to sign. If he stays healthy, you get a comp pick when he leaves next year. If he gets injured, you are out 2 mil that you are sitting on anyway.
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