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Old 12-03-2012   #25
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Default Re: Brice McCain broken foot

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Originally Posted by deucetx View Post
Not a bad option. I would guess it depends on Jonathan Joseph's status and maybe Ball too. The good thing about the secondary is the flexibility because you have essentially two corners at safety. If Joseph is back then Quin or Manning could play the slot. It was Manning's speciality with the Bears before the final move to safety.
I don't think we need to make any changes right off the bat. Signing Nolan makes sense, but he'll sit on the bench while Quin, Manning, & Demps hold down the safety spot.

We've still got enough CBs to field two starters & a nickel. Kj, Roc, Harris. The problem is if someone gets hurt.

Then you can move Quin to Corner & bring Shilo in as your joker. Or move Manning to CB & let Nolan spy.
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