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    London Fletcher is he worth a look?

    RealRam brought this up in a post; London Fletcher could be an interesting pickup. Or as RealRam put it “Reacquiring London Fletcher is an interesting dilemma”

    For the right price would he be worth a look. I have read and we all have that Spoon will stay in the middle, but if Fletcher came home at the right price? (All he does is make tackles) we move Spoon to the outside did we not just get better?

    Add Grant as a DE and go draft a big body or an active Amobi Okoye, which ever makes more sense.

    Tino, Fletcher spoon not too bad.


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    Re: London Fletcher is he worth a look?

    I agree with everything you said.

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    Re: London Fletcher is he worth a look?

    The only problem with Fletcher is that he has to play in the middle and Spoon is in the middle.

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    Re: London Fletcher is he worth a look?

    The only problem with Fletcher is that he has to play in the middle and Spoon is in the middle.
    We move Spoon outside, where is has played.

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    Re: London Fletcher is he worth a look?

    Very interesting question. I have always been a London Fletcher fan but I don't think going after him makes sense considering our current needs. We need to spend the money in other areas.

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    Re: London Fletcher is he worth a look?

    We need to spend the money in other areas.
    If the price is right? I would not bust the bank he is 32 years old.

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    Re: London Fletcher is he worth a look?

    Although London should never have been allowed to leave, i think we may have to look into getting another young linebacker to complete our corps. We want to get a good unit and keep them together for a long time

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    Re: London Fletcher is he worth a look?

    Going Young is not always the best option just look what the Patriots did?

    We have other needs. We also have a need to shore up the middle and let Spoon roam in his more natural habitat.

    Fletcher would immediately improve this D. Then we can look at helping the DL and Secondary.... I say yes to Flecter if the price is reasonable......


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    Re: London Fletcher is he worth a look?

    The problem with moving Witherspoon back to the outside is that he used to play on the weak side where Tinoisamoa is. So if we sign Fletcher, do we then move Spoon to WLB and Pisa to SLB? Pisa has played on the strongside before, but given his recent injury history, I'm not sure we want him tangling up with bigger blockers even more than he does usually? I like London Fletcher, but I'm having a little trouble sorting out just who goes where if we bring him back.

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