QB JT O'Sullivan was cut and QB Dan LeFevour was signed.
I was hoping the Bengals were going to pick up another QB because they were in big trouble with O'Sullivan as a backup.
That is a good...prospect.....someone to develop to actually be a No. 2.
Now maybe they pickup Matt L as the actual number 2.
As for Leinart, its looking like he is going to sign with the Texans.
YES!! Sullivan is gone!! Now just to get rid of Lil' Palmer!!!
I'd rather listen to Kelch read the phone book than suffer through Thom Brennaman's attempt to make every instance on the field the most important event since the discovery of manned space flight. -westofyou
Bratkowski's system is kind of a dink-and-dunk system anyway, though I've never understood how they've pulled that off without using a Tight End to catch passes, or a Runningback who catches passes.
DLF (Dan LeFevour,...hence forward I'm not spelling that out...it's as bad as trying to spell Ghiaciuc all those years) could probably perform in a system where he only had to throw about 15 times a game. That's fine for a backup for the Bengals.
Kitna had a noodle-arm and he did good (if not for the pixie-hands and the 25 fumbles and throws into the chests of Linebackers every season). We'll see.
Ugh ... Housh is now a Raven. Say it ain't so, TJ!
"I talked to an advance scout that told me if Joey Votto and Albert Pujols were on the same team he'd advise his team to do the unthinkable...pitch around Votto to get to Pujols." - Buster Olney, ESPN
the Ravens sure do love their possession receivers.
Jordan Palmer is the number 2 QB now. Honestly doesnt seem terrible considering he greatly out performed JT.
Chad, TJ and Slim was an awesome triumverant of talent that was so perfectly complimentary that you almost couldn't duplicate it and I don't expect to see that TJ again but he will cause us some problems stopping that offense with he Boldin, Rice and Flacco. Moving those chains just got a whole lot easier for them which also in turn helps that defense. Good thing Ed Reed won't be playing for 6 weeks.
"You can't let praise or criticism get to you. It's a weakness to get caught up in either one."
I like the pickup of DLF. He will be a more than capable backup and could develop into the type of guy needed to successfully spell Carson for a longer period of time than Jordan can.
TJ had the chance to return to the Bengals for about the same contract he got from Seattle. He wanted to prove to everyone he was a #1 WR like he kept saying he was and signed with Seattle. 1 year later and hes cut by Seattle and finds himself as the #3 WR (that will probably change) for the Ravens.
He also had this to say about the difference between Cincinnati and Seattle after leaving:
"It’s so different from Cincinnati, where I played for eight years. When you’d go out there, there were always people stopping you to take your picture or get your autograph. In Seattle, you can just go about your business. There are so many millionaires out there that they couldn’t care less who you are."