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    Re: Linehan offense and the tight-end

    Ya we need Defence,but I say Draft an offensive guard 1st or get a very good free agent,Bulger needs to play healthy all year,and I dont know if timmerman is the answer anymore.Cognito healthy and Claude T. help alot,but the hole at guard is still there.

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    Re: Linehan offense and the tight-end

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    I dont care who the tight end is, didnt everyone on this board see enough this year to believe that we need DEFENSE, defense and more defense. Tight end upgrade would be great, but at the end of the day, we arent going to win or lose next season over the tight end position. We have plenty of weapons on offense. We need DEFENSE. Coaching alone will NOT do it.

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    Re: Linehan offense and the tight-end

    Quote Originally Posted by psycho9985
    Ya we need Defence,but I say Draft an offensive guard 1st or get a very good free agent,Bulger needs to play healthy all year,and I dont know if timmerman is the answer anymore.Cognito healthy and Claude T. help alot,but the hole at guard is still there.
    Sapaia is a guard and is a very good run blocker. If all else fails, Cognito can play guard and McCollum can play center still.
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    Re: Linehan offense and the tight-end

    2006 NFL Free Agent Tight Ends As Per Huddlegeek ?

    POS Name Status 2005 Team
    TE Aaron Shea UFA Browns
    TE Brandon Manumaleuna UFA Rams
    TE Brian Kozlowski UFA Redskins
    TE Cameron Cleeland UFA Rams
    TE Casey Fitzsimmons RFA Lions
    TE Chad Lewis UFA Eagles
    TE Chris Baker UFA Jets
    TE Christian Fauria UFA Patriots
    TE Dan Campbell UFA Cowboys
    TE Daniel Wilcox RFA Ravens
    TE Darnell Dinkins UFA Ravens
    TE Dave Moore UFA Buccaneers
    TE Gabe Reid RFA Bears
    TE George Wrighster RFA Jaguars
    TE Jerame Tuman UFA Steelers
    TE John Gilmore UFA Bears
    TE Justin Peelle UFA Chargers
    TE Kendall Gammon UFA Chiefs
    TE Lamont Hall UFA Saints
    TE Matt Murphy UFA Texans
    TE Matt Schobel UFA Bengals
    TE Mike Leach UFA Broncos
    TE Mike Seidman RFA Panthers
    TE Randy Hymes UFA Ravens
    TE Robert Royal UFA Redskins
    TE Roland Williams UFA Rams
    TE Ryan Hannam UFA Seahawks
    TE Sean Berton RFA Giants
    TE Terry Jones UFA Ravens
    TE Teyo Johnson RFA Cardinals
    TE Tony Stewart UFA Bengals
    TE Trent Smith RFA *****
    TE Visanthe Shiancoe RFA Giants
    TE Zach Hilton RFA Saints
    TE Zeron Flemister UFA Raiders

    I think this leaves us with the rookie Collins left .... and you folks STILL think TE is not a priority ??? :tongue:
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    Re: Linehan offense and the tight-end

    i dont believe that list is correct, i dont think mamliamula is an ufa. even if he is, i still dont think tight end is a priority. could we use an upgrade? yes. if they are all free agents, do we need a guy? yes. does that make it a priority? no.

    bottom line. in the cap era, you CANT be strong everywhere. we have plenty of weapons on offense. what we need is much more talent on the defensive side of the ball. Its all about allocation of resources. i dont see how anyone could think that the rams as a team are better improved by spending more money or higher draft picks on tight end than on defense. If i am spending money on offense, i would rather keep isaac bruce than spend real money on a tight end. In short, a tight end is a luxery item for the rams, given the rest of the talent we have on offense and the MAJOR HOLES that we have on defense.

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    Re: Linehan offense and the tight-end

    I thought we released Cam Cleeland also.
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    Re: Linehan offense and the tight-end

    Even if that list is inaccurate I would go defence first and then a 2nd or 3rd on a tight end. I've posted on the importance of the TE in other threads and I believe it to be a huge priority, but going D first sends the right message.

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