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Re: Shaquim Griffin- Safety?

Postby ThePro on Thu Jul 12, 2018 7:11 am

They have three players slotted to take Kam's spot before converting Griffin there.
 
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Re: Shaquim Griffin- Safety?

Postby openup58 on Thu Jul 12, 2018 8:40 am

ThePro wrote:They have three players slotted to take Kam's spot before converting Griffin there.


gee I did not know his position is locked up.....Nothing is set in stone until the fat lady sings.
also none of the players set to try out for that spot have shown they are worthy of starting (including McDouglad).

The Seahawk's would be nuts not to try him out for h a position he is built for and shown in college he has the skills to play it.

So lets wait for the Pre-Season and see how things shake out. bu tI for one have no faith in McDougald as an every down player. he is a solid back up in emergencies but that is it
 
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Re: Shaquim Griffin- Safety?

Postby D-Trains on Thu Jul 12, 2018 9:38 am

openup58 wrote:
ThePro wrote:They have three players slotted to take Kam's spot before converting Griffin there.


gee I did not know his position is locked up.....Nothing is set in stone until the fat lady sings.
also none of the players set to try out for that spot have shown they are worthy of starting (including McDouglad).

The Seahawk's would be nuts not to try him out for h a position he is built for and shown in college he has the skills to play it.

So lets wait for the Pre-Season and see how things shake out. bu tI for one have no faith in McDougald as an every down player. he is a solid back up in emergencies but that is it


Quite the piece on McDougald here:

2018 UPDATE:

From my perspective it appears as though McDougald did his thing yet again in 2017, and the only reason Carroll is still around is because he engineered a mass exodus of both coaches and several star players. Gone are Darrell Bevell, Tom Cable and Kris Richard, along with Michael Bennett, Richard Sherman and Jimmy Graham, along with DeShawn Shead, Paul Richardson, Jeremy Lane and multiple others.

Yet Bradley McDougald remains.

Specifically, in spite of forcing Seattle into missing the playoffs in 2017 for the first time since 2011, the Seahawks have signed McDougald to a three year contract that runs through the 2020 season. That means John Schneider might as well go ahead and hire a headhunter to start looking for Carroll’s replacement as soon as possible.

The three year extension McDougald signs means by the time that contract is complete he will have been a Seahawk for four seasons. Know where else McDougald played football for four seasons? Both at the University of Kansas and for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. And what do both Kansas and the Bucs have in common regarding the four years that McDougald spent playing football for each? They both went through three head coaches in those four years.


https://www.fieldgulls.com/2018/3/25/15 ... ter-resume
 
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Re: Shaquim Griffin- Safety?

Postby D-Trains on Thu Jul 12, 2018 3:30 pm

So basically they are saying that McDougald systematically ends the careers of whoever Head coaches he plays for. :shock: lol
 
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Re: Shaquim Griffin- Safety?

Postby openup58 on Thu Jul 12, 2018 4:06 pm

Then lets trade him now!
 
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Re: Shaquim Griffin- Safety?

Postby ThePro on Fri Jul 13, 2018 12:22 pm

openup58 wrote:
ThePro wrote:They have three players slotted to take Kam's spot before converting Griffin there.


gee I did not know his position is locked up.....Nothing is set in stone until the fat lady sings.
also none of the players set to try out for that spot have shown they are worthy of starting (including McDouglad).

The Seahawk's would be nuts not to try him out for h a position he is built for and shown in college he has the skills to play it.

So lets wait for the Pre-Season and see how things shake out. bu tI for one have no faith in McDougald as an every down player. he is a solid back up in emergencies but that is it


I think you are overvaluing this player big time.
 
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