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clevestinks
09-11-2005, 07:53 AM
Just a thought! With Hagans injured, Porter about 90%. Jason Gildon is still available. If he were signed before todays games he would be gauranteed his full contract for the season. Tomorrow he could be signed and if it didnt workout, he could be cut and only paid for sevices rendered. I think he is about done, but he does know the system, he is a fierce competitor. And he can fire up a defense. He may be worth a look.
What do you think??

SteelerSal
09-11-2005, 08:52 AM
Just a thought! With Hagans injured, Porter about 90%. Jason Gildon is still available. If he were signed before todays games he would be gauranteed his full contract for the season. Tomorrow he could be signed and if it didnt workout, he could be cut and only paid for sevices rendered. I think he is about done, but he does know the system, he is a fierce competitor. And he can fire up a defense. He may be worth a look.
What do you think??


Heck no!!!!
He was washed up and invisible his last couple of seasons with us.

Avoid LLoyd1975
09-11-2005, 10:35 AM
Never, he was good in his prime but the fat lady has definately sang for him. James Harrison is the bomb. JB said that he was the meanest player on the team. I have never been really sold on Haggans. Especially after his involvement with JP getting shot. I believe Harrison should start over Haggans. Haggans is a pussy and I think should go back to special teams. But back to Gildon. No I don't think so. That would screw up team chemistry.

BlitzburghRockCity
09-11-2005, 10:56 AM
I"d bring him back in a heartbeat..he was a beast for us and knows the defense. I wouldnt wanna commit a full years salary to him unless it was absolutely necessary, but given our depth at LB is thin in terms of experience I wouldnt mind having him back. But Frazier is good candidate too, interesting thought cleve !!

clevestinks
09-11-2005, 11:09 AM
I"d bring him back in a heartbeat..he was a beast for us and knows the defense. I wouldnt wanna commit a full years salary to him unless it was absolutely necessary, but given our depth at LB is thin in terms of experience I wouldnt mind having him back. But Frazier is good candidate too, interesting thought cleve !!

I agree Blitz, what do we have to lose? After the season starts we dont haveto commit to a full years salary. If he were signed today, then we would have to pay for a year. I wouldnt see him being a starter or full time player , just situational player.