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    Re: Steelers - Worst Case Roster Scenarios

    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher
    Last November (before he was placed on injured reserve), Jamal Lewis announced that he planned to retire after the 2009, so I assume that he is through with football.
    You're right, he did. But in another interview he indicated he was sick of the losing situation in Cleveland & might have another go 'round. But let's say he's done, who would you look to next?...Justin Fargas? Chris Brown?...or do you wait for a salary cap casualty? There's a myriad of ways it could go, I just wanted to see what everyone's thoughts were.
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    Im probably most worried about safety where, if either starter went down, our only depth is the unproven starter Will Allen and the proven unstarter in Ryan Mundy. But hey, maybe Tomlin likes what he sees in Mundy, I dont know...
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    Re: Steelers - Worst Case Roster Scenarios

    Quote Originally Posted by Steel Life
    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher
    Last November (before he was placed on injured reserve), Jamal Lewis announced that he planned to retire after the 2009, so I assume that he is through with football.
    You're right, he did. But in another interview he indicated he was sick of the losing situation in Cleveland & might have another go 'round. But let's say he's done, who would you look to next?...Justin Fargas? Chris Brown?...or do you wait for a salary cap casualty? There's a myriad of ways it could go, I just wanted to see what everyone's thoughts were.
    i love justin fargas!! the guy is so underrated. i would take him over chris brown or jamal lewis any day. also i dont think the bears are going to part with greg olson any time soon. he also has a huge contract. if heath gets hurt this season and misses time we will be in some serious trouble.

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    Re: Steelers - Worst Case Roster Scenarios

    Quote Originally Posted by Discipline of Steel
    Im probably most worried about safety where, if either starter went down, our only depth is the unproven starter Will Allen and the proven unstarter in Ryan Mundy. But hey, maybe Tomlin likes what he sees in Mundy, I dont know...
    I agree that an injury at either safety spot, especially to Troy, would be the biggest blow to the team.

    In addition to those listed in the original post, I'd also be very worried about an injury to Starks. Scott (from Buffalo, not the draft pick), has played some LT in the past, as has Essex, but I'd be very worried about either of them having to log any significant time at the position.

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    Re: Steelers - Worst Case Roster Scenarios

    Quote Originally Posted by frankthetank1
    Quote Originally Posted by Steel Life
    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher
    Last November (before he was placed on injured reserve), Jamal Lewis announced that he planned to retire after the 2009, so I assume that he is through with football.
    You're right, he did. But in another interview he indicated he was sick of the losing situation in Cleveland & might have another go 'round. But let's say he's done, who would you look to next?...Justin Fargas? Chris Brown?...or do you wait for a salary cap casualty? There's a myriad of ways it could go, I just wanted to see what everyone's thoughts were.
    i love justin fargas!! the guy is so underrated. i would take him over chris brown or jamal lewis any day. also i dont think the bears are going to part with greg olson any time soon. he also has a huge contract. if heath gets hurt this season and misses time we will be in some serious trouble.
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