7 Risky Moves Made In NFL Free Agency
You never know what you are going get from NFL free agency. Some players are way over paid while others come in for cheap and shock everyone. Some moves are riskier than others and this offseason is no different. lets look at the 7 riskiest movies made so far.
What were the 7 riskiest moves made so far?
Miami Dolphins Sign WR Mike Wallace - He's just been too inconsistent, especially in a down 2012 season that had me questioning whether or not he was just looking for his megabucks contract.
Cleveland Browns Sign LB Paul Kruger - In the Ravens' run through the playoffs, Kruger had to come off the field on rushing downs, limiting him to a pass-rushing specialist. While Kruger wants to do more in Cleveland, I have questions about his ability to be an every-down player.
New England Patriots Let WR Wes Welker Walk, Sign WR Danny Amendola
Tennessee Titans Release QB Matt Hasselbeck, Sign QB Ryan Fitzpatrick
Minnesota Vikings Sign WR Greg Jennings - The contract doesn't come without risk. Jennings will turn 30 during the season, and he's suffered through two consecutive injury-plagued campaigns. I question the Vikings handing him a five-year deal.
Indianapolis Colts Sign S LaRon Landry - The Colts signed him to a four-year, $24 million deal. The question is can he stay healthy because he has been injury plagued in the past.
Chicago Bears Sign LT Jermon Bushrod - Bushrod is an above-average player who was paid like a great one. That encapsulates the risk of free agency in a nutshell.
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