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Don’t think Geathers is hurt. He had a post last night on IG talking about being ready and proving the haters wrong. It’s probably just the colts looking at guys in case of a injury down the road.

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safety is one of the thinnest positions on the team now.  i noticed geathers has never started 16 games in a season

 

 

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5 minutes ago, aaron11 said:

safety is one of the thinnest positions on the team now.  i noticed geathers has never started 16 games in a season

 

 

 

Not sure I agree with that. We have Geathers and Hooker, farley is coming back, we added Kindred from the browns that has starting experience, Odum played well minus the titans game, and we draft Khari Willis. 

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5 minutes ago, aaron11 said:

safety is one of the thinnest positions on the team now.  i noticed geathers has never started 16 games in a season

 

 

It’s not that thin. I think we have some quality depth.  Odum and Mcfarly can hold their own. Plus don’t forget we went and got Kindred who has been a good starter in the league. Then we also just got Willis in the draft. From all accounts Willis could start if we needed him.

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3 hours ago, Chloe6124 said:

It’s not that thin. I think we have some quality depth.  Odum and Mcfarly can hold their own. Plus don’t forget we went and got Kindred who has been a good starter in the league. Then we also just got Willis in the draft. From all accounts Willis could start if we needed him.

 

And I think Quincy Wilson could play S if needed (Ballard said this multiple times around draft time that Q. Wilson is so valuable because he can play any position in the secondary).  And another draft pick, Tell III was a S in college -- the plan for him is to move him to outside CB, but imagine (if he makes the team, which I think he will) he can play S in a pinch.

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9 minutes ago, CurBeatElite said:

 

And I think Quincy Wilson could play S if needed (Ballard said this multiple times around draft time that Q. Wilson is so valuable because he can play any position in the secondary).  And another draft pick, Tell III was a S in college -- the plan for him is to move him to outside CB, but imagine (if he makes the team, which I think he will) he can play S in a pinch.

Yes he could. That is what the colts love about him is his versatility. Even Kenny Moore played some safety in the KC game when we had hooker and Mitchell hurt. We have a lot of DB that can play both positions.

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6 hours ago, CR91 said:

 

Not sure I agree with that. We have Geathers and Hooker, farley is coming back, we added Kindred from the browns that has starting experience, Odum played well minus the titans game, and we draft Khari Willis. 

 

6 hours ago, Chloe6124 said:

It’s not that thin. I think we have some quality depth.  Odum and Mcfarly can hold their own. Plus don’t forget we went and got Kindred who has been a good starter in the league. Then we also just got Willis in the draft. From all accounts Willis could start if we needed him.

 

the safety group is Hooker and a bunch of guys tbh. Geathers hasnt done much lately

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21 minutes ago, aaron11 said:

 

 

the safety group is Hooker and a bunch of guys tbh. Geathers hasnt done much lately

Geathers is very good when healthy.  Remember what our secondary looked like in 06 when we won the SB. It was sanders and a bunch of no name young guys.

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3 hours ago, Chloe6124 said:

Yes he could. That is what the colts love about him is his versatility. Even Kenny Moore played some safety in the KC game when we had hooker and Mitchell hurt. We have a lot of DB that can play both positions.

Moore played A LOT of FS at Valdosta State.

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12 minutes ago, Chloe6124 said:

Geathers is very good when healthy.  Remember what our secondary looked like in 06 when we won the SB. It was sanders and a bunch of no name young guys.

 

Marlin Jackson was a 1st round pick. Kelvin Hayden was a second round pick. A. Bethea was a no-name late round pick but is still playing great.

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12 minutes ago, egg said:

 

Marlin Jackson was a 1st round pick. Kelvin Hayden was a second round pick. A. Bethea was a no-name late round pick but is still playing great.

They were still super young with hardly no nfl experience. 

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17 minutes ago, Scott Pennock said:

Moore played A LOT of FS at Valdosta State.

With the versatility of our corners we very well may keep extra ones and less safeties. 

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Why don't we work out Tre Boston, at least he was a pro bowler at one time..

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13 hours ago, Chloe6124 said:

Geathers is very good when healthy.  Remember what our secondary looked like in 06 when we won the SB. It was sanders and a bunch of no name young guys.

this is the first time ive heard someone call geathers very good.  tell me what did he do last year that makes you say this?  hell what has he ever done tbh?  he had a few good plays several years ago i guess

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On 7/23/2019 at 6:43 PM, Chloe6124 said:

Geathers is very good when healthy.  Remember what our secondary looked like in 06 when we won the SB. It was sanders and a bunch of no name young guys.

I don’t know if “very good” is how I’d describe Geathers. He’s shown flashes but I don’t think I’ve seen even a game since his rookie season where I thought he played very good. He’s solid. Can tackle in space but his coverage skills are underwhelming. Solid player. Maybe this year he’ll make that leap though. We’ll see

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On 7/23/2019 at 6:43 PM, Chloe6124 said:

Geathers is very good when healthy.  Remember what our secondary looked like in 06 when we won the SB. It was sanders and a bunch of no name young guys.

 

Seriously? You can’t name any of the other DBs on that team?

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3 minutes ago, shastamasta said:

 

Seriously? You can’t name any of the other DBs on that team?

Of course I can lol. My point was they were rookies or very young. Our secondary was very inexperienced.

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Matt Elam...wth? This dude was a massive bust and has been out of the league since 2016.

 

He was also arrested with a few dozen Oxys. 

 

Tell me again about how Ballard only goes after a certain “quality” of player.

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1 hour ago, shastamasta said:

Matt Elam...wth? This dude was a massive bust and has been out of the league since 2016.

 

He was also arrested with a few dozen Oxys. 

 

Tell me again about how Ballard only goes after a certain “quality” of player.

Relax dude they just brought him in for a workout.

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11 minutes ago, Chloe6124 said:

Relax dude they just brought him in for a workout.

 

LOL...I'm good. 

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