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10 minutes ago, rns90 said:

Plus he's more or less an FA after this year.  Can't see any team picking up the 5th year option.

A 5th year option has to be fairly cheap for a TE, and it's only guaranteed for injury.  So it is possible.

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On 4/15/2020 at 6:45 PM, OILERMAN said:

 

He's replace Pruitt as the inline blocker/receiver 

I'm not sure the cost, but if we're looking for ways to immediately upgrade the offense and keep running what we did last year, a guy like OJ Howard makes more sense than any rookie WR.

 

Seriously, a two-TE base with Smith and Howard, Henry in the backfield, Brown and Davis outside? Jesus that's a lot of athleticism for big guys who can block. 

 

I'd still like to see us invest in a deep threat as the #2, but I wouldn't spend a high pick there considering Davis is already under contract. I'd look for a mid-round speed WR to develop.

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3 hours ago, cenj said:

I'm not sure the cost, but if we're looking for ways to immediately upgrade the offense and keep running what we did last year, a guy like OJ Howard makes more sense than any rookie WR.

 

Seriously, a two-TE base with Smith and Howard, Henry in the backfield, Brown and Davis outside? Jesus that's a lot of athleticism for big guys who can block. 

 

I'd still like to see us invest in a deep threat as the #2, but I wouldn't spend a high pick there considering Davis is already under contract. I'd look for a mid-round speed WR to develop.

 

I agree in principal but they'll stick with Pruitt rather than mess with trading for someone like Howard.

 

I actually the addition of a dynamic 3rd down RB and Humphries being healthy will improve the offense more than anything else can 

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43 minutes ago, OILERMAN said:

 

I agree in principal but they'll stick with Pruitt rather than mess with trading for someone like Howard.

 

I actually the addition of a dynamic 3rd down RB and Humphries being healthy will improve the offense more than anything else can 

 

Swift reminds me of Kamara.  Similar size and skill set.  Both were actually under utilized in college and come into the league with low mileage.

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4 hours ago, cenj said:

I'm not sure the cost, but if we're looking for ways to immediately upgrade the offense and keep running what we did last year, a guy like OJ Howard makes more sense than any rookie WR.

 

Seriously, a two-TE base with Smith and Howard, Henry in the backfield, Brown and Davis outside? Jesus that's a lot of athleticism for big guys who can block. 

 

I'd still like to see us invest in a deep threat as the #2, but I wouldn't spend a high pick there considering Davis is already under contract. I'd look for a mid-round speed WR to develop.

 

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If they would take a third in next year’s draft with us having an extra 3rd...comp pick for Conklin, I think they should try and make that happen. Three TE’s is one short. 

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