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- Apr 3, 2006
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"I'm going to leave the drafting to them," Jordan said Wednesday on Super Bowl 51's radio row. "They seem to be doing well when we go draft a good defensive guy. Now, would I like a high defensive end? Yeah. But at the same time, I'll take a corner."
Jordan whispered those last few words -- "I'll take a corner" -- before repeating himself quietly.
"I'll take a corner," he said. "I'll take two corners."
If you take away the free agents that leaves us with Breaux, Williams and Swann. All of which have a history of season ending injuries.Guess he thinks the ones we have aren't up to task?? Here his the quote with some context:
It would not surprise me if we went after Joe Haden. We tried trading for him last year and Aaron Glenn coached him.Sure, draft one and sign A.J. Bouye!
I've decided that I like playing the "guess what this really means without autocorrect" game but this is one I'm going to lose. Unless you were going for "uncontrollably into the end zone" I can't figure it out.I'm strong as hell. I could jam him.
Then he'd take a step in any direction and I'd be face first in the turf while he's laughing unconvinto the endzone.
Please stop with this Mo Claiborne stuff, that dude is garbage, I'll take AJ Bouye or Stephen Gilmore, with Trumaine Johnson as a alternate. BTW Delvin Breaux is not a #1 CB is a #2 at best.It would not surprise me if we went after Joe Haden. We tried trading for him last year and Aaron Glenn coached him.
Also, I wonder if the Saints would look at Prince Amukamara for an under-the-radar signing. One of our coaches Peter Giunta, coached him when they were with the Giants.
Some other names that will be available: Mo Claiborne, Dre Kirkpatrick.