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What if we sign Richie and Saffold?

Discussion in 'RAMS - NFL TALK' started by RamsOfCastamere, Feb 5, 2014.

  1. Sum1 Well-Known Member

    Jun 24, 2010
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    Incognito is a scumbag...pure and simple.
    rhinobean, Ramrasta and iced like this.
  2. F. Mulder Active Member

    Jul 31, 2010
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    Thanks but no thanks
  3. Yamahopper Well-Known Member

    Jul 31, 2010
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    I'd take Richie. Low cost and he has a couple years left in him.
    What's he going to do? Get a couple personal fouls and trash talk? Like the Rams didn't have any of those last year....
    Also Richie to get back in the league will have to lay for the Vet. minimum and with his age he will be playing at almost no cap cost. Put him and Long together in camp, if it don't work then move on for free.
    Last edited: Feb 5, 2014
  4. Dog Well-Known Member

    Jan 26, 2013
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    I dont know the actual rankings....but I cant agree with this post at all. Incognito is an excellent guard. Top 20? YES- Absolutely. Whats more, he's been reapeadly lauded as a great team mate. 31 years old for an interior lineman isnt exactly old man material either. That said, his "heyday" might actually be right now.

    I like Incognito as a player. I like the value he brings. I like the way he plays and I love his nastiness. But if he lost us just ONE game for an unsprtsmanlike on the potential game winning drive....THIS PLACE would have a melt down.
  5. mr.stlouis Well-Known Member

    Sep 7, 2011
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    IDK, man, we've been down this road before...

    But then again he'd fit right in with Dahl, Bates, and Armstrong. He would listen to Long, too. He's not a choir boy but our team is known as "dirty" around the NFCW so it's all good.

    I'd be in board either way. I'm split 50/50.

    I think Saffold is gone.

    If we get both that would solidify our OL. Jones can be our C and we can draft a T to develope.
    Last edited: Feb 10, 2014
  6. blackbart Well-Known Member

    Dec 29, 2010
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    Are really all that interested in their perceived character flaws or do we want big bad ass football players who can open holes for Zac and protect Sam?? I could give a crap what the media thinks about the whole thing in Miami. Anyone that thinks that situation is not common place is naive, it happens especially with young guys in America who get paid a ton of money to play a game. and as shown when the details started coming out it was give and take between teammates not Richie picking on anyone.

    From Rotoworld

    Offensive Guards

    1. Travelle Wharton already signed with Carolina???
    2. Geoff Schwartz
    3. Willie Colon
    4. Jon Asamoah
    5. Chad Rinehart
    6. Zane Beadles
    7. Brian Waters
    8. Richie Incognito
    9. Mike Johnson
    10. Shawn Lauvao
    11. Wade Smith 12. Charlie Johnson
    13. Mike Pollak
    14. John Jerry
    15. Jamon Meredith
    16. Chris Williams
    17. Eben Britton
    18. Geoff Hangartner
    19. Kevin Boothe
    20. Jeff Linkenbach
    21. Paul McQuistan
    22. Oniel Cousins
    23. Chris Scott
    24. Vlad Ducasse
    25. Bruce Campbell

    The Denver Post believes impending free agent LG Zane Beadles could be in line for a five-year, $25 million contract this offseason.
    Beadles graded out as just the No. 51 guard by Pro Football Focus this season, but is considered a strong pass protector and was a Pro Bowler in 2012. He should draw interest from multiple teams if allowed to test the open market.

    The Kansas City Star reports there's mutual interest between the Chiefs and impending free agent RG Geoff Schwartz.
    Schwartz inked a one-year deal with the Chiefs in March and proceeded to overtake Jon Asamoah for the starting right guard job. Schwartz started eight games in total, including the playoff loss to the Colts, and graded out as a top-eight guard over at Pro Football Focus.

    Pro Football Focus

    Travelle Wharton33CARUFA20.5851
    Geoff Schwartz28KCUFA18.6549
    Jon Asamoah26KCUFA7.9673
    Shelley Smith27SLUFA7.0371
    Richie Incognito31MIAUFA6.8472
    Joe Reitz27INDRFA5.1149
    Mike Pollak29CINUFA4.9374
    Brian Waters37DALUFA2.9336
  7. flv 

    Nov 3, 2013
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    I've left a few organisations on bad terms. Here's a list of those i'd go back to and work for cheap:

    I can't see Incognito taking a different approach.
  8. HometownBoy STL sports aficionado

    Sep 17, 2013
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    Why Cogs? We're trying to get rid of one old guy with problems to get another?
  9. iced Well-Known Member

    Jan 12, 2013
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    lol right - not to mention penalty laden, inconsistent, and a liability in pass pro