Bears DT Ian Scott available

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by GLinks, May 3, 2007.

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  1. GLinks

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  2. PAtitansfan53

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    We should give this guy a chance he still young and has been pretty productive. He's got the potential I thing he would be a great fit. We need DT depth too and he's the best available.

    Unless somebody very good drops or we trade for Jenkins this should be our guy.
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    Can't go wrong with a Gator!
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    Too late, he signed with the Eagles.
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    were always too late. MR probably didn't even know who he was.
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    The fact that he was still available obviously means that he was asking for way too much money (just like Chris Brown). He's a solid DT, but he wasn't a starter and teams clearly didn't think he was going to make a big jump.

    As for now, we have a lot of depth at DT. Haynesworth, Starks, Long, Mahelona, Johnson, and Brown (plus some camp bodies). They weren't going to sign Scott knowing that it meant cutting a young DT who still has the potential to develop.
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  7. dgood

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    That or didnt even realize he was released by the Bears yet.:grrhee:
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