sergio kindle.... (1 Viewer)

clbelyeu

Rookie
Joined
Jan 22, 2012
Messages
36
Reaction score
13
Offline
Whats everyones thoughts on bringing in sergio kindle for depth/ competition at OLB position.... can never have too many pass rushers, & nobody is locked in at positions yet
 

Ross

Scottish Who Dat!
VIP Contributor
Joined
Nov 18, 2009
Messages
5,744
Reaction score
3,649
Age
35
Location
Glasgow, Scotland
Offline
So if we all say yes does that mean we'll actually bring him in?

:scratch:

For real though. I don't see why not. :9:
 

Nolan

Subscribing Member
VIP Subscribing Member
Joined
Jan 25, 2005
Messages
3,364
Reaction score
7,944
Offline
Absolutely, that would be a low risk/high reward signing.
 

TruSaint

SR is my life!
VIP Contributor
Joined
Jun 6, 2010
Messages
12,650
Reaction score
16,951
Offline
I made a big thread about the risk and rewards for him and how high his ceiling as a pass rusher is, had 10 sacks as a sophomore or junior and his head coach said he had more pass rush potential than Brian orakpo
 

marccooper

ALL-MADDEN TEAM
Joined
Dec 23, 2002
Messages
1,594
Reaction score
1,152
Location
USA
Offline
If we bring in Sergio Kindle and Chad Jones, the least we can do is give Dan Morgan one more shot as well.
 

AustSaint

A little street sweeper
Joined
Apr 5, 2000
Messages
1,610
Reaction score
192
Age
44
Location
Melbourne Australia
Offline
I would love to see us at least looking at Sergio, a 3-4 LB who can at the very least provide depth is worth a look.
 

Saints & Devils

ALL-MADDEN TEAM
Joined
Feb 27, 2005
Messages
2,197
Reaction score
1,114
Age
40
Location
Phoenix, AZ
Offline
If he could not be salvaged in Baltimore, with those Defensive and LB coaches as well as all those amazing veterans they've had in the few years he has been flirting with their roster, he has no hope of catching on anywhere.

I have followed the Ravens pretty closely since 2005, as the entire rest of my family are fans of them, and I watched no name 6th, 7th round picks as well as undrafted rookie FA's get moved onto both active rosters and starting roles, while Sergio was healthy and available.

As physically gifted as he was his injury brought out his laziness and unwillingness to learn a playbook. If Ray Lewis couldn't get this guy motivated to get his head on right and man up, I don't think anyone on our staff can, nor should they have to waste their time in attempting to do so!
 

duck22

Guest
Joined
Apr 3, 2012
Messages
417
Reaction score
103
Age
41
Location
LAFITTE LA.
Offline
I look at it like this we have nothing to lose. So why not everyone deserves a second chance in life.
 

Create an account or login to comment

You must be a member in order to leave a comment

Create account

Create an account on our community. It's easy!

Log in

Already have an account? Log in here.

Users Who Are Viewing This Thread (Users: 0, Guests: 1)

 

New Orleans Saints Twitter Feed

 

Headlines

Top Bottom