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Colts linked with ILB Zach Brown

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56 minutes ago, Coltfreak said:

You are just dying to get one big name signing so you can go off and say "I told you so".  So much so that you aren't thinking straight...  even for you

 

lmao .....Come on man. Revis and Flowers are not big name signings at this point in their careers. Hankins would just be a great signing, and would be our NT for the next 4 years.

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1 hour ago, COLTS449 said:

 

What are you talking about man? Kendricks is a 3 down LB. Yes. Brown has that ability, but as good as he is, and can be he is a little inconsistent. I still want him though.

Nooo brah he's a liability in coverage. He can rush the passer pretty well but he's not someone you drop into a zone or man up on a TE or RB. Zach Brown needs motivation and a coach he respects and listens too and he really could be All Pro IMO. Not that Kendricks is Soo Moore bad in coverage just to be clear but he's a guy an offense will try to exploit. 

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Yeah.......if this Hankins guy can't catch 10 TD's a season then I don't want him.  He's worthless.:headspin:

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4 hours ago, Tmoney said:

He has all the potential to be a annual pro bowler. His ability to play the run as well as cover makes him a unique and complete LB. Combined that with the fact that he's a freak athlete and he's the ideal LB in today's NFL. Kendricks is nice but I wouldn't trade for him I'd try to pick him up when they cut him. Also a 2 down backer who would have to come off the field on passing downs.

 

I'm assuming you're talking about Zach Brown....

 

And if he was HALF the player you think he is,  wouldn't he already be signed by.......   someone?

 

When did he become a freak athlete?     Who is calling him that?

 

I'm keeping Kendricks out of this for now,  focusing solely on Brown.    I'm in favor of the Colts signing him,  but I don't know where you get the idea that he's is all that you think he is?      What is the proof of that?

 

Hasn't he basically had one very good season?     Or, am I misremembering....?

 

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4 hours ago, NewColtsFan said:

 

I'm assuming you're talking about Zach Brown....

 

And if he was HALF the player you think he is,  wouldn't he already be signed by.......   someone?

 

When did he become a freak athlete?     Who is calling him that?

 

I'm keeping Kendricks out of this for now,  focusing solely on Brown.    I'm in favor of the Colts signing him,  but I don't know where you get the idea that he's is all that you think he is?      What is the proof of that?

 

Hasn't he basically had one very good season?     Or, am I misremembering....?

 

A 250 pound man running a 4.5 flat 40 is freaky IDC what you or anyone else is calling him but he's definitely not an average athlete. That's the lamest excuse ever man, "if he was any good wouldn't he be signed by now"? I'm sure you know its never that simple, obviously he's had talks with teams and he values himself more then they do. One year of production with flashes in Tennessee, had a good game against us a year or two back picked off Andrew. That's really your only argument, I've gone back and watched his tape and he literally does everything well. I'm not saying he does everything at a Luke Kuchley level, but I'm saying ever aspect of a ILB he checks the box. If you don't believe it hey, that's a you problem

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2 hours ago, Tmoney said:

A 250 pound man running a 4.5 flat 40 is freaky IDC what you or anyone else is calling him but he's definitely not an average athlete. That's the lamest excuse ever man, "if he was any good wouldn't he be signed by now"? I'm sure you know its never that simple, obviously he's had talks with teams and he values himself more then they do. One year of production with flashes in Tennessee, had a good game against us a year or two back picked off Andrew. That's really your only argument, I've gone back and watched his tape and he literally does everything well. I'm not saying he does everything at a Luke Kuchley level, but I'm saying ever aspect of a ILB he checks the box. If you don't believe it hey, that's a you problem

 

OK....

 

I was unaware of his 4.5....   though I confess,  I'm skeptical....     no other measurements are  freakish...

 

As for his all-pro potential...     Tennessee had him,  and let him leave without much of a fuss....   Buffalo had him and doesn't seem to be in a hurry to bring him back....

 

And there doesn't seem to be a bug hurry for anyone else to sign him.     The fact that he's not signed now is NOT as lame as you think it is. 

 

I'm not saying he isn't a good player,  or that I don't want the Colts to sign him.   

 

But it's down to this.....    either he and his agent are asking for way, way too much,  or GM's and other evaluators don't see what you see.....        There just aren't many top un-signed free agents left out there....

 

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8 hours ago, NewColtsFan said:

 

OK....

 

I was unaware of his 4.5....   though I confess,  I'm skeptical....     no other measurements are  freakish...

 

As for his all-pro potential...     Tennessee had him,  and let him leave without much of a fuss....   Buffalo had him and doesn't seem to be in a hurry to bring him back....

 

And there doesn't seem to be a bug hurry for anyone else to sign him.     The fact that he's not signed now is NOT as lame as you think it is. 

 

I'm not saying he isn't a good player,  or that I don't want the Colts to sign him.   

 

But it's down to this.....    either he and his agent are asking for way, way too much,  or GM's and other evaluators don't see what you see.....        There just aren't many top un-signed free agents left out there....

 

I think he needs discipline and he needs to respect the coach he plays for. What he did for Rex last year before he was fired was at an elite level. Then he fell off after Ryan was canned, is Chuck the coach that's a good question but he seems to have good player relationships. Maybe he likes chopping wood

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Brown left Miami without a deal. Going to visit the bills next

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