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Old 07-14-2005   #181
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here is an update on ESPN.com

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Old 07-14-2005   #182
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so it sounds like the texans were the least inerested team in attendence. i dont know if we can beat out an offer from the steelers(a super bowl contender). he would probably rather go to someone that has a chance to atleast go to a championship game such as the steelers or seahawks.
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so it sounds like the texans were the least inerested team in attendence. i dont know if we can beat out an offer from the steelers(a super bowl contender). he would probably rather go to someone that has a chance to atleast go to a championship game such as the steelers or seahawks.
unless he's considering a longer contract with an up and coming team like the texans.
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unless he's considering a longer contract with an up and coming team like the texans.
i dont know if we will be willing to sign a long term deal because he is getting old and coming off an injury, but then agian im not the GM so it beats me
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what about a 3 year deal thats encentive based?
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-- Browns Don't Make Offer to Boulware --
Fri Jul 15, 2005 --from FFMastermind.com

The Plain Dealer reports free-agent LB Peter Boulware did not impress the Browns enough in his workout Thursday to warrant an immediate contract offer. "We're still interested and will evaluate it next week with the coaches, but there's nothing imminent," GM Phil Savage said through a team spokesman. Boulware's workout in Tallahassee, Fla., was attended by the Browns, Seattle, Houston and Pittsburgh. Savage, the highest-ranking club executive in attendance, was joined by Browns linebacker coach Mike Haluchak. Boulware was released by the Baltimore Ravens after reportedly turning down a $2 million contract offer. He missed the past 18 games with knee and toe injuries. Before the workout, the Browns had concerns that Boulware could only be effective as a part-time rush specialist at this stage of his career. The workout apparently did not ease those concerns. Savage will confer with HC Romeo Crennel when the Browns coach returns Monday from vacation.
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Peter would help us at LB but do we need him. he is going to be a big risk if he proves he is healthy and does not want top LB money then yah if we can get him bring him on in. Otherwise i would rather see what our young guys can do. I would focus more on a ILB than getting a OLB. Peter can rush the QB but thats when he is healthy and is not being doubled because defenders are more worried about Lewis and Suggs. So hey its a risk but well see how things work out.
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He would be an end in your system and not a linebacker.
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Ravens | More about Boulware
Tue, 2 Aug 2005 14:00:56 -0700

Steve DeClue, of the Baltimore Sun, reports Baltimore Ravens head coach Brian Billick said the team would consider re-signing free agent LB Peter Boulware, given the fact that LB Dan Cody may be out for an indefinite period of time. "Peter's a viable option for us, that's really up to Peter," Billick said. "That certainly would be attractive to us but that's got to be something Peter wants as well."
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