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Cameron Wake is All NFL

The postseason awards are starting to filter in now and at least one Dolphins player is being recognized for a great season:

Cameron Wake.

Wake was today voted to the 2012 All NFL team by Pro Football Weekly and the Professional Football Writers of America. This is deserved as Wake had a career-high 15 sacks in 2012. I am assuming the big award, the All Pro awards by the Associated Press, will also recognize Wake in the coming weeks.

I am one of the 50 people that vote for All Pro and I voted for Wake. So we'll see. Meanwhile, the PFF/PFWA All NFL team and awards are below:

QB Peyton Manning / Broncos
RB Adrian Peterson / Vikings
RB Marshawn Lynch / Seahawks
WR Calvin Johnson / Lions
WR Brandon Marshall / Bears
TE Rob Gronkowski / Patriots
C John Sullivan / Vikings
OG Mike Iupati / 49ers
OG Marshal Yanda / Ravens
OT Duane Brown / Texans
OT Ryan Clady / Broncos
 
Defense
DE J.J. Watt / Texans
DE Cameron Wake / Dolphins
DT Geno Atkins / Bengals
DT Vince Wilfork / Patriots
OLB Von Miller / Broncos
OLB Aldon Smith / 49ers
MLB Patrick Willis / 49ers
CB Richard Sherman / Seahawks
CB Charles Tillman / Bears
S Earl Thomas / Seahawks
S Eric Weddle / Chargers
 
Specialists
PK Blair Walsh / Vikings
P Andy Lee / 49ers
KR Jacoby Jones / Ravens
PR Leodis McKelvin / Bills
ST Matthew Slater / Patriots
 
MVP/Offensive MVP — Vikings RB Adrian Peterson
Defensive MVP— Texans DE J.J. Watt
Coach of the Year — Colts offensive coordinator/interim head coach Bruce Arians
Comeback Player of the Year — Adrian Peterson
Rookie of the Year/Offensive Rookie — Redskins QB Robert Griffin III
Defensive Rookie of the Year — Panthers LB Luke Kuechly
Most Improved Player — Cowboys WR Dez Bryant
Executive of the Year — Colts GM Ryan Grigson
Assistant Coach of the Year — Bruce Arians
Golden Toe (Best Placekicker or Punter)  — Vikings PK Blair Walsh
 
 
Pro Football Weekly/Professional Football Writers of America All-Rookie team

Offense
QB Robert Griffin III / Redskins
RB Alfred Morris / Redskins
RB Doug Martin / Buccaneers
WR T.Y. Hilton / Colts
WR Justin Blackmon / Jaguars
TE Dwayne Allen / Colts
C NONE
OG Kevin Zeitler / Bengals
OG Amini Silatolu / Panthers
OT Matt Kalil / Vikings
OT Mitchell Schwartz / Browns
 
Defense
DL Fletcher Cox / Eagles
DL Chandler Jones / Patriots
DL Bruce Irvin / Seahawks
DL Michael Brockers / Rams
LB Bobby Wagner / Seahawks
LB Luke Kuechly / Panthers
LB Lavonte David / Buccaneers
CB Casey Hayward / Packers
CB Janoris Jenkins / Rams
S Harrison Smith / Vikings
S Mark Barron / Buccaneers
 
Specialists
PK Blair Walsh / Vikings
P Bryan Anger / Jaguars
KR David Wilson / Giants
PR T.Y. Hilton / Colts
ST Johnson Bademosi / Browns

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Dusty...

the LOL is where he was taken in the draft.....

You first have to understand the problem...before you can laugh LOL @ the predicament....

I'm not sticking up for Davis one way or another but he had 3 picks this season and his team made the playoffs.
Smith led our CBs in picks with 2, and Smith is leaving.

Kris says Reggies is fish eggs? Snails?

LOL at Davis? The same guy that made plays to help his new team get into the playoffs? The same Davis better than any of our corners?

He suddenely woke up and became an expert in player salaries and knows what to pay Bush?

yes kris bad draft pick, but dont bash him for ripping colts off and getting a 2nd rd pick for him

Flacco....

Do you have an opinion about FOOTBALL....

or do you just want some attention form a STRONG male figure....

C'mon....

I'll play you're DADDY for the next few post....

I'll give you the LOVE you never got as a kid....

Tell PAPA Kris whats wrong....PAPA Kris will make it ALLLLL better.....

LOL at Davis? The same guy that made plays to help his new team get into the playoffs? The same Davis better than any of our corners?
He suddenely woke up and became an expert in player salaries and knows what to pay Bush?
Posted by: Pero flacco | January 12, 2013 at 10:11 AM

The same Davis that didn't play at least 65% of the Colts defensive snaps this season, thus making us lose out on our compensatory draft pick? The same Davis that blew games for Indy in the beginning of the year because he was out of shape (or formally excused as injured)? The same Davis that had 1, arguably 2, good games for Indy?

Yeah LOL exactly. Better than our 2nd corner, better than Smith talent wise, he just never grew up and maximized that talent. How many games did Vontae win for us? How many, alongside Smith, did he blow for us?

I'll give you the LOVE you never got as a kid....

Tell PAPA Kris whats wrong....PAPA Kris will make it ALLLLL better.....

Posted by: Kris | January 12, 2013 at 10:14 AM

Ewwwwwwww. Disgusting!

Kris is not only dumber than dumb but creepy too.

Dusty....

We got ROBBED....

Most likely Ireland figured that 2nd RD pick was gonna be somewhere in the 30's...early 40's @ worst.....

NOT THE CASE....

and Due to Davis injury situation....we no longer got the 6th....

Speaking of acorns have we signed Sergio Kindle yet? B'more released him a couple of days ago and since he is unemployed he is perfectly qualified to move to the top of our depth chart.

Vontae Davis = another Irescum bust

Irescum ALWAYS makes the wrong decision. HAHA

Here's the telltale condition of the whole Bush resigning that we do know according to the article. Bush believes his 4.5 mil is a floor to start negotiating with the team. That is alarming and means he is not looking at a lesser role. What team in this league pays that kind of money for a 3rd down back? I'd rather have Hartline or Starks for that money.

We got ROBBED....

Most likely Ireland figured that 2nd RD pick was gonna be somewhere in the 30's...early 40's @ worst.....

NOT THE CASE....

and Due to Davis injury situation....we no longer got the 6th....
Posted by: Kris | January 12, 2013 at 10:20 AM


The jury is out. It all depends who we get for that second pick. It is premature to pass judgement until then.

SO NO @ 10:18....

You don't have anything to say regarding FOOTBALL....

and since you're comeback was among the corniest I have ever read....and EXTREMELY weak...even by TROLL standards....

I will say..you BORE me....

and

You disappoint me son...BET you heard that a lot as a kid.....

Sooooo

Good day kid....

Dusty....
We got ROBBED....
Most likely Ireland figured that 2nd RD pick was gonna be somewhere in the 30's...early 40's @ worst.....
NOT THE CASE....
and Due to Davis injury situation....we no longer got the 6th....
Posted by: Kris | January 12, 2013 at 10:20 AM

I beg to differ, yes we lost a pick in the 6th and lost what we assumed to be a high 2nd round pick, but this pick can still be packaged to get back into the first round OR can be used on solid OL help to sure up that right side if Long walks (even if he doesn't walk) since we need OL help and we sure aren't finding help with our top 2 picks (maybe even a good TE too late in the 2nd round). For a player that wasn't going to do much for us anyway it's not a terrible loss unless we pick a sure-fire bust with that draft choice

Every GM in the league takes advantage of Ireland. Its comical.

When Irescum traded 3 picks for D Thomas the draft room broke out in hysterical laughter.

Miami D....

Great Point @ 10:27....

Mark in Toronto had mentioned that earlier as well....and I had forgotten that was a possibility.....

You guys are correct....

It was two picks traded one used on Thomas. Thats a total of 3 picks used not all traded you stupid idiot.

Kris, I do not get your logic here. First you post:

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the LOL is where he was taken in the draft.....

You first have to understand the problem...before you can laugh LOL @ the predicament....

Posted by: Kris | January 12, 2013 at 10:03 AM
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Next you post:

...
We got ROBBED....

Most likely Ireland figured that 2nd RD pick was gonna be somewhere in the 30's...early 40's @ worst.....

NOT THE CASE....

and Due to Davis injury situation....we no longer got the 6th....
Posted by: Kris | January 12, 2013 at 10:20 AM
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So first you imply Vontae wasn't worth where we picked him 25th overall, but then turn around and say we got robbed by only getting a second round pick for him. So if he wasn't worth a first, how much should we have gotten for him?

And even more comical is that you present no facts. Home/Matt care to tell us how every gm has taken advantage? 31 gms, please list how they have screwed ireland dumb as a......

Like Ireland could control whether Davis got injured and we lost that pick. The grasping of straws to smear the guy is comical.

We need to accept the fact that R.Bush more than likely isn't returning. The trade up to the first pick (RD-4) of last yrs. draft taking L.Miller was IMO done looking ahead at 2013 and the FA status of Bush. The reality is Miller slides down in the draft due to a knee injury at UM which was severe and hurt his draft stock if not would have been a CJ Spiller type coming into the 2012 draft.

I suspect we draft a power RB in this draft putting D.Thomas on notice but think the writing was on the wall regarding Bush in 2013 at anywhere between 5 to 6 Mil in Yearly base for what amounts to a part time player could the Coaching staff have used him in a wider variety of formations, you bet but they decided to little by little faze him out and in honesty I expect to see Thigpen in a more expended O role next Yr. as well.

Some on here are talking about OG C.Warmack as our pick 12 in the draft and it's a possibility but we can't discount FSU CB Xavier Rhodes even taking him early at 12 either with Milliner off the boards and this became a necessity because whether some of you want to laugh or not we traded our best CB and our other mediocre CB is a FA. Davis may have been someone the Coaching staff could have benched early and ridden till he got the fact that the Sparano way were he was allowed to coast was history because I saw him when he came back from an early injury in Indy and he was playing lights out.

The last game of the Season he picked Shaub twice and last week Flacco barely went his way the problem Indy has is RCB #32 gets eaten up in chunks opposite Davis and further compounding the issue is that Indy's Season turned that second rounder into pick 52 which nobody expected. If Long signs an incentive based play for pay deal then we maybe forced to bring him back. The draft is D heavy and the reason our early picks going to that side makes more sense while over paying for a WR in FA if we expect to get more competitive next Yr. or stay stuck in NFL purgatory.

@ 10:40....

whats NOT to get.....

If you're brain doesn't get past 2+2=4......then then I have NO DESIRE to school you in the intricacies of the written word....other poster have deciphered what I had to say without ANY complication....but YOU...lol....you can't comprehend it.....

I guess it will be one of the GREAT MYSTERIOUS of the world to you.....

Here is some helpful advice....

STOP living you're PATHETIC life trying to disagree with everything I say......it really makes you seem like such a pus....

Dassmithwest.....

please explain what you THINK is a smear campaign......

I haven't even insulted Ireland....and to be clear...I don't think I EVER have....

I comment on his actions.....If something is done that I agree with...I write my agreement....

If I disagree....I do the same....

If I come up against someone with an opposing view that can present their argument in a mature constructive manner....then thats what this blog was created for (I think)....

Whats so comical about it.....

SHould have said.....

If I come up against someone with an opposing view that can present their argument in a mature constructive manner....then thats were debate begins (not insults or silly mud-slinging).....then thats what this blog was created for (I think)....

Read more here: http://miamiherald.typepad.com/dolphins_in_depth/2013/01/cameron-wake-is-all-nfl/comments/page/8/#comments#storylink=cpy

I not only accept that Bush may not return. I embrace it. I too suspect that Ireland gets an RB in the draft. I think Reggie after 7 years has given his best but reached his ceiling. Unfortunately it is not high enough to be a #1 RB.

I would caution against zeroing in on one player but instead would target a few of the BPA with that 12th pick. I wouldn't move up to take anyone in this draft but would be willing to move down a little to get an extra pick if you find a trade partner.

Calm down Kris,

You first whine Vontae wasn't worth the late first round pick. Then you whine that we got robbed by only getting a second for him. So which is it? It is a contradiction.

Rather than explain yourself you choose to evade the issue by being condescending.

You are illogical and maybe the type just looking for a reason to be negative.

1 + 1 = 3.

If I come up against someone with an opposing view that can present their argument in a mature constructive manner...

Posted by: Kris | January 12, 2013 at 10:57 AM


Well why is it you refuse to do the same instead of acting like you are on some kind of personality disorder medication.

...My favorite running back in this class is Florida running back Mike Gillisee(spelling??)..I believe he is the most complete running back in this draft. A guy that could start from week 1 and be a difference maker. He is an EXCELLENT blocker in pass pro. Because he played in a pro style system, the jump from college to the next level will not be so difficult(see Lamar Miller)..He has lateral quickness, something that IMO is more improtant then just straight line speed.

He was burried on the depth chart at Florida until this year, so he isn't a huge name. He does has some injury history, but was fine this year. He isn't the big bruiser that some want here. But I believe if Reggie Bush is indeed destined for duties elsewhere(even if he isn't) Gillisee is a guy that come round 3 and is available..Pull the trigger.

@ 11:09

If you think I'm gonna WASTE my time explaining the SIMPLE to a TROLL who ONLY wants to fight and disagree...then you're gonna have to change you're NAME A lot more times than just from RAISIN to RAZON......

signed,

I'm not as DUMB as you LOOK.....

PS....

Good day....

Posted by: fin4life | January 12, 2013 at 10:47 AM

So I'm not the only one who thought Vontae was our best CB and not a bust pick. He has maturity issues, but many lesser players have worse issues.

dadsmithwest | January 12, 2013 at 11:03 AM

I don't see many teams looking to trade up in this draft unless one of the Tex. A&M Tackles is still there which seems unlikely. One will go to Detroit with the other going to some other needy teams like Philly or Arizona but if one fell you can make a case for a team like the Bears swapping up from #19 (were a player like Rhodes may still be there) to land one of the OT's but then again the fact Bama's Flucker declared may throw a monkey wrench into that scenario

Razon has a point!

Kris can't even explain his own illogical posts!!!

He says Vontae was picked too high and then in the next breath says we got robbed by only getting a second for him!!! LOL!

I never said smear campaign. I did say smear the guy. Which is common around here. It's comical to post as if the guy has anyone has control over injuries.

Posted by: fin4life | January 12, 2013 at 10:47 AM

So I'm not the only one who thought Vontae was our best CB and not a bust pick. He has maturity issues, but many lesser players have worse issues.

Razon | January 12, 2013 at 11:15 AM

It was thought upon arrival that Sparano was a Parcillian disciplinarian type or cut out of that old school cloth ala other Parcells disciples like Coughlin, Belichik ect...

It couldn't have been further from the truth apparently and the notorious slow starts should have been the indicator to us all that the team was half a s s ing it at T.C. I still remember half the team on hands and knees in the Pats Monday night opener a couple of yrs. back with everybody blaming the CBA mess well into Oct. while every other team seemed ready.

..I think it is close to impossible to try and guess what teams will, or will not trade up in a round. We have very very limited information on these prospects. We are doing evaluations on these players that are 1-1000 of what these teams have invested. We don't have the time or resources to even come close to having a clue about any of these players.

So we can only play GM. Which is fine, it is fun we all do it. But how many times are there suprises in the first round? I guarantee that there will be shockers once again. A WTF are they doing moment where everyone uestions the teams sanity, and ability to draft. So to try and project what teams will trade in any round is close to picking winning lottery numbers.

DarrylDunphy | January 12, 2013 at 11:11 AM

Could be a RD-3 steal.

billcale (from earlier this morning),

I think you've done a good job laying out what a lot of those players are worth. I'll be mad at Ireland if he goes out and plays some of those guys what they are asking for. Of the ones you have listed, the only ones I'd make priority are Bush, Hartline and POSSIBLY Long. Smith at $6 mil a year isn't worth it and neither is Starks. If we could get Bush and Hartline done, at $4.5 mil and $5 mil a year on let's say 2 and 3 year deals, I'd do it. I don't believe there will be much of a market for Bush, as the author has stated. Hartline would work well as a 2 or 3 in this offence. IMO, he probably starts the year as a 2 and at some point falls to a 3 (I have the drafted rookie developing and passing him and maybe becoming a 1, one day).

I REALLY like the idea of moving up back into the first with a second and something else to get a TE, preferrably the guy from Stanford. I've seen it written a couple of times that it has to be TWO seconds. I don't believe that to be the case. We'll see.

Good point. The team started slow in preseason also, 0-4, probably still accustomed to the Sparano way. Sparano wanted to be liked by his players too much because he had no support from above.

Let's see if Philbin in year two can get them off to a better start.

We were a 7-9 team this year. That tells me we were mediocre. We were better than I expected (4-12). Tells me we have some good players, but some holes. So I'm not in favour of going out and resigning all our FAs. However, I think we need to re-sign SOME of them. I think we have a problem if we're not able to bring any of them back (for fear that FAs won't come here) and I think we have a problem if we bring them ALL back (for fear of over-spending and not having room to add better quality). So I think a balance is in order.

Btw, I am NOT sold on Miller to be a lead back at this point in time. Has shown flashes but so have a lot of guys. I think if we don't re-sign Bush, we're going to be faced with drafting another RB in the 4th round or so and I don't want more draft picks spent on RBs. My money says, Bush returns to Miami for another 2-3 years.

Craig M.....

From last night....that was kind of a joke (taking a shot @ you)....maybe should have used a smiley face...

:)

Anyway....I know you are one of the guys who are quick to say that M. Ryan has never won a playoff game....so if/when he wins one (this weekend????) then those "Matt Ryan has never won a playoff game" can never be said on this blog again....

Craig M...

I want to re-sign Bush as well....

but NOT as a starter...and you say you don't see Miller as being a #1.....

Do you really want to see this offense with Bush running between the tackles 17-20 times a game....I don't....

You may be right about Miller...so I would like to add a 230 LB bruiser to loosen up the DL and LBs....

Kris,

Agreed. I'm actually pulling for the Falcons to win today. I have money on them. I like Matt Ryan and I will admit that it probably should have been our pick. It wasn't and there's not a lot we can do about it now. I know everyone blames Ireland for the pick but that's nonsense. It has Parcells fingerprints all over it. He's admitted as much. The plan was Long in the first and best QB in their eyes in the second (turned out to be Henne). In their eyes there wasn't a lot of difference between the two QBs. Wrong!! I also think they would have been wrong if they'd picked Flacco in the second. I don't see him as being much better than Tannehill.....just has a much better supporting cast. I have him about a middle of the pack QB. Happy to debate this one with anyone who disagrees with me on that.

In short....

I think Bush gets starter money....but not starter carries....he is the ultimate weapon....and like in the movies....the hero doesn't use the same weapon to kill the bad guy time after time...he uses his BEST weapon when the situation dictates....

Thats how I want to see Bush used.....

..Fin4life..I'm not writing this just to be disagreable. But to say that the Phins were the only team out of shape at the start of last year is totaly false. Look Sparano is gone, bye bye, siyanara. But look at the injury reports from the first month of last year, and look at the amount of hamstring injuries that teams had unti the players got in shape. It wasn't just the Phins, it was 90 percent of the teams in the league.

Also..No doubt we were gassed. I'm not debating that. just the idea we were the only team out of shape. Remember Saint Players on the opener throwing up on the sidelines in the 4th quarter, leaving the Packer game with cramps, tapping out? and they had Drew Brees orginized practices. They looked far from peak condition.

Get rid of Bess, have Bush play both RB and slot receiver and have Hartline play both slot and WR, That gives us more versatility. Bush still has a few good years.

Kris,

You might disagre with me on this but I'm not exactly certain this offence NEEDS a starter at RB. I'd go with the three guys we ran with this year, with Miller getting a few more carries. I think Bush in this offence can be dynamic. I think, as you've said, he's one of the few guys that can score TDs. I see him as the same kind of guy as CJ Spiller, just a little older and a few more miles. I think he has 2-3 more good years in him. I think he's an asset we should keep. And while I don't love Thomas, he's still young and doesn't cost a lot. He gets another year to prove his worth.

..Fellas. I don't understand the reasoning for wanting a bruiser running back? We aren't running the old style offensive system. We need running backs that can get into space, read blocks, make quick cuts, and pas protect. For this scheme a big bruiser is not neccesary. Now if you are lobbying for a fullback..Yes, Lane was garbage last year. We need a blocking back that can catch passes. But big ruuning back in this offense does not fit the mold. Quick guys, make you miss guys..

Darryl D.....

I know that isn't our style of Offense per sey.....but no DL of LB is scared to stick they're hat in the hole when they know Bush is on the other side....Bush is dynamic....but he is easy to tackle within 5 yards of the LOS....

I wouldn't mind having a Bruiser to soften up those DL and LB a bit thru the course of a game.....

Craig M...

I agree...Bush is a playmaker...and should stay....pay him like a starter...use him like the Saints did.....an IMPROVED Tanne should be able to hit Bush more out of the Backfield or Slot....

I LOVE Miller...

can't stand Thomas...not that he doesn't have potential....but he just gets injured way to much....and if he can't play...he can't play....

DD,

I'll agree with Kris. I don't believe we need a guy like that to be a featured back but you do need a guy like that for goal line situations and as Kris has said 'to put some fear into the defence'. I believe if the defence knows we don't have anyone like that back there, they'll know we are either passing or they won't fear the run. GB has always had a guy like that back there, whether it be John Kuhn or Ryan Grant or William Henderson. There are times when you have to be able to get that tough 3rd and 1 or 3rd and 2 and I don't want Tannehill to be the guy we rely on for that.

You can;t expect to always pass on 3rd and short!


You NEED the bruiser for that. You NEED the bruiser to wear down defenses late in the game and eat the clock.


99% of all SB winners had the bruiser back.

..Craig M..I have no idea what the Bush negotiations will look like. I can't say. As I mentioned earlier with the idea about projecting trades. The same applies to contract stuff. We just do not have the privy to understand the details of these negotiations until they come out.

Anyway, we can only make guesses as to what these contacts may look like, then discuss. IMO, what I THINK Bush may be asking for is more then the team would, or should be willing to pay him. I am thinking he will want at least a 4 year deal with 2 of those years guaranteed. Now my projection will most likely be wrong. But lets say it isn't...There is absolutley no way I would do this. Bush is exciting, he still ahs that Reggie Bush magic that we remember from college, but rarely have seen in the Pros that I think too many hold onto..He just isn't productive enough as a feature back to warrant an extension of this length or guarantee.

Do you really think Bush loves being a Phin so much he would take a contract that has no guaranteed money?

: DarrylDunphy | January 12, 2013 at 11:29 AM

I saw Gillessii (I believe is how it's spelled) Vs. S.C. which has a very good D and he was ripping it up. I also think S.C. RB M.Lattimore is an interesting pick in or around RD-4. He declared after another BAD knee injury in the other leg but it's very similar to the F.Gore situation in UM were he blew out each knee in consecutive seasons before the 49ers got their 3rd RD steal and Gore became the inconvenient truth to everybody outside Dade County.

By the way the first WTF pick will be RT Jake Matthews (Texas A&M) going top-10 and it wouldn't shock if K.C. took the next D.Thomas out of Georgia in OLB Jarvis Jones who at 6'3"/240 runs a 4.5/40 can rush like a demon and is good in pass coverage as well. If they don't it will be the Raiders at pick #3 a real everydown OLB like Vonn Miller.

..Kris, Craig M..I'm with you when you talk about a fullback. I'm talking from the point of view of tailback. And Ryan Grant was hardly a bruiser. He was more in the mode of a Daniel Thomas. If you want to classify Thomas as a bruiser..Then our definitions are a bit different.

Anyway..What WCO offense teams had bruiser type tailbacks that had any success?

Darryl D.....

You're contract take sounds reasonable...and like you...I have NO IDEA what the #'s really are....

but imo....

Bush is a guy you OVER PAY for.....

Does Ireland think so....probably not.....but I hope something gets worked out.....and not because Bush is a FEATURE Back...but for all of the other things he brings to the FINS organization....tangible...and intangible....

Really the offense doesn't need a starter at RB? Tell that to Marino and every other one dimensional offense. It's asking a lot to expect Tannehill to flourish in a one dimensional offense.

I'd rather do something different and take the chance on being great rather than doing the same thing you know doesn't work and being mediocre or less. 7-9 means you need to make changes to the personnel or stay about the same. Losing some of these guys to FA means we create an opportunity to significantly improve.

Darryl D...

Roger Craig?

DD,

I don't believe there will much of a market for Bush. I just look at teams that may need a RB and I don't see many teams in need of help. There will be a couple but I don't believe teams will break the bank for him.

Yeah, if necessary, I'd give a two year guaranteed contract for about the same money and if we need to cut him after that then so be it. As I said, I've seen nothing that tells me Mille can be the featured back. Flashes are fine but what's the reason he wasn't dressed for so many games? I'm not convinced Philbin is sold on him either. I expect Bush to be back.

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