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    would these FA work

    i know everyone wants de- grant(run stopper, not so much pass russer) and dt- sands, but what about someone like dt- robair smith, titans , mlb- kawika mithell, chiefs , de- pat kerney (pass rusher) , falcons.would this be an upgrade for us. i do believe so. smith has worked well in titansville, and kerney is a real good pass rusher, and mitchell, would be a true toughguy in the middle, where witherspood would be moved to utilize his speed . it is just some thought for conversation sake.


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    Re: would these FA work

    Can't see us bringing in a MLB,Haslett seem's sold on Witherspoon there..:l

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    Re: would these FA work

    Kerney is a mirrior image of Little. We don't need two DE who are more or less one-dimensional players.

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    Re: would these FA work

    I don't see Smith playing the nose for us, and we just signed Glover as a veteran three technique, so I'm not sure I see any motivation to sign Robaire. I don't think Mitchell is likely as Haslett wants to keep Witherspoon inside. And Kerney I think will end up staying in Atlanta. If he doesn't, I'm not sure a 30-year-old DE just coming off of IR is where we need to be spending our money.

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    Re: would these FA work

    We might take a look at Smith. Kerney = a big no. I like Mitchell, but NICK and Big Game made a good point there.

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