of nature that he blew up the NFL combine with and that propelled him into a 4th overall pick. Sometimes, it’s just bad chemistry; the Hawks played Aaron out of position in a system that did not lend itself to his physique or skill set, then soured on him when he got hurt. He was out of Oakland after additional knee injuries, but I still say Curry just needs the right team, at the right time and place. He’s got some knee injuries that I’m not entirely sure about at this time of writing, but for almost the price of a handshake we could sign a former #4 pick overall. Aaron Curry is the type of high-caliber character person coupled with extreme, freakish athleticism that could very well turn his disappointing pro career into the alter-ego version of James Harrison’s rise from undrafted Rookie to NFL Defensive Player of the Year.
Anyone take offense with this list of eleventh hour, maneuvers in the dark with leftover pocket change we can make (or should I mention scenarios for bringing back Limus Sweed)? My GM delusions of grandeur needs these deals to not only work, but work all the way to New York and our Lombardi #7 with #7, and everyone picking up a new “Bradshaw” jersey for themselves.
Hey, it’s Friday, and I don’t feel like working much…