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  • Cowboys waive Tashard Choice

    I know everytime someone gets waived there seems to be a thread about that player and why the Rams should get him...

    But this guy runs hard, and wouldn't be bad for our home stretch of games...

    At least until we draft a young guy

  • #2
    Re: Cowboys waive Tashard Choice

    Drop Norwood and pick him up

    all kiddin aside might be worth a look, might not. wont make to much difference with him.
    Last edited by Tampa_Ram; -10-29-2011, 10:13 AM.

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    • #3
      Re: Cowboys waive Tashard Choice

      I'd pass. Can't be consistent, at least Porter will return kicks.

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      • #4
        Re: Cowboys waive Tashard Choice

        After two solid years as a situational runner in '08 and '09, Choice dropped off last year and doesn't appear to be climbing back to form through seven weeks this year. He's one of the few Cowboys that looked bad when we faced them. Given that he'd be a mid-season addition to a backfield the Rams have already tried to address with Cadillac and Norwood, I'd pass at this time.

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        • #5
          Re: Cowboys waive Tashard Choice

          We need to add players where there's a definite need (secondary, OL, DT, OLB), right now RB is not one of them, pass.

          Go Rams!

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          • #6
            Re: Cowboys waive Tashard Choice

            Only if he can cover wideouts, otherwise it's just spinning the wheels by replacing parts with equal parts

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