Originally Posted by Texecutioner
Right now, I would be all for going after Andre Hall from the Broncos. Every time he touched the field last year he played well. He showed HR potential and made some big plays. He didn't get that many opportunities last year because the Broncos has Young, Bell, and Henry. When he did, he really played well though. I think the Texans could probably get him for a really late pick or something, and he does have the potential to be a starter here. He also knows the system already, and watching him run he looked way better than Bell ever has.
I also wouldn't going after Canton Kieth from the Colts. He played really well as a backup last year and when Addai went down, their running game didn't miss a beat with Kieth starting. The Colts got Rhodes back, so I could see them letting go of Kieth especially after he got arrested a few months back.
Those are two backups that I think have a lot more potential than Mike Bell.
Problem number one. Hall is still a Bronco. Enough people have replied to this that I don't need to cover it.
Problem two...here is Hall's bio from the Bronco website.
Originally Posted by broncos.com
CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Tampa Bay as a college free agent 5/1/06; Waived by Tampa Bay 7/21/06; Signed by Chicago 8/3/06; Waived by Chicago 9/1/06; Signed by Denver (practice squad) 11/13/06.
Dude must not have any potential. He was cut by Tampa and Chicago before Denver signed him.