Dec 4, 2011; Foxboro, MA, USA; New England Patriots guard Brian Waters (54) lines up against the Indianapolis Colts during the second quarter at Gillette Stadium. The Patriots defeated the Colts 31-24. Mandatory Credit: Stew Milne-USA TODAY Sports
If the Dallas Cowboys want to upgrade their offensive line, they may have to do so with a player who technically isnt active anymore, as they’ve reportedly extended free agent offensive guard Brian Waters a contract offer in hopes the future hall-of-famer will sign with them and shore up their thin o-line. Waters, who is currently retired, would like to play, but doesn’t need to play. The Cowboys will need to make a fairly intriguing offer to coax him out of retirement.
Ironically, the Cowboys thought they’d found their man in free agent Brandon Moore, only to watch him retire after he accepted a deal.
The Baltimore Ravens added a pair of viable receiving threats over the weekend when they signed free agent wide receiver Brandon Stokley, then followed that up with the signing of tight end Dallas Clark. Stokely has been one of the better slot receivers in the league, while Clark has been among the league’s best over the past decade
Tennessee Titans rookie wide receiver Justin Hunter has the talent and potential to eventually become a #1 WR, but his lack of maturity and inability to grasp certain concepts of the game has driven his coaches and teammates insane. During the team’s preseason opener, Hunter once again made a mental mistake that left his team frustrated with him.
Hunter had the chance to convert a third down for the team. He caught the ball short of the sticks, but could have run forward and got the first down, but instead, he took a few steps backwards in hopes of reversing field and making the big play. As a result, he was tackled short of the marker and the punt team needed to come on.