New pickup.. anyone know

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  1. Dime

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    The Houston Texans have signed DL Daleroy Stewart, according to the Associated Press. Terms of the deal were not released.

    Kffl reporting
     
  2. TopTexanFan16

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    who did he play for? or was he a FA
     
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    man weird pickup...doesnt make sense the only thing that comes to mind is depth...and i have no idea who we have on our DL besides walker payne and deloach.
     
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    Forget this dude, we need to pick up Rocky Benard.
     
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    If they are switching to a 3-4, you'd think that the 49ers would want someone with his size.
     
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    agreed..just depth.
     
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    I think this guy is nothing more than training camp fodder ..... just a body to take a few reps maybe push some of the others to perform. With no competition behind them they may become complacent . He has made the final roster of the cowboys / 49'ers each of the last 4 seasons but has seen very limited PT.
     


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    *sniffs around thread*

    I smell camp fodder...
     
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    ...theres always the point in the preseason when all these no namers get cut. Dont worry about it yet
     
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    yea we need to trim our roster ohhh in august so heck sign the cheapies now
     
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    Agree. It's all about depth right now. Plus, he's a biggin! Could spell Payne for a few plays. Plus, we all know how durable Payne is. :whistle:
     
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    He's off the Cowboys, he'll give us some depth at NT.
     
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    He won't see any more action than Jamaal Lord did last season.
     
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    Besides if i remember right daleroy was not half bad here in dallas. but that was a 4-3 system i dunno how well he can take a double team as a 3-4 lineman
     
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    Houston Texans: The team signed defensive lineman Daleroy Stewart and receiver Reggie Swinton on Wednesday.

    Stewart, a four-year veteran, spent three seasons with the Dallas Cowboys before joining the San Francisco 49ers last year. He made five tackles in five games in 2004.

    Entering his fifth year, Swinton was a backup receiver and return specialist for the Detroit Lions the past two seasons. He played with the Cowboys his first two years in the NFL.

    Swinton had 18 catches for 213 yards and one touchdown with Detroit in 2004. He also averaged 22.8 yards on kickoff returns and 6.5 yards on punt returns.
     

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