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    Re: Steelers CBs likely to be stronger in 2012

    Personally, Chadman thinks Cortez Allen might be the best of the group.


    And he might move to FS.


    Would be fine with Lewis & Brown fighting it out.

    then let a low round/UDFA or UFA play the 4th CB role.
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    Re: Steelers CBs likely to be stronger in 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by Chadman
    Personally, Chadman thinks Cortez Allen might be the best of the group.


    And he might move to FS.


    Would be fine with Lewis & Brown fighting it out.

    then let a low round/UDFA or UFA play the 4th CB role.
    Where have you read the Tez Allen to FS bit?
    Here comes the BOOM!

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    Re: Steelers CBs likely to be stronger in 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by BigRob
    Quote Originally Posted by Chadman
    Personally, Chadman thinks Cortez Allen might be the best of the group.


    And he might move to FS.


    Would be fine with Lewis & Brown fighting it out.

    then let a low round/UDFA or UFA play the 4th CB role.
    Where have you read the Tez Allen to FS bit?
    He's been playing FS in the Dime defense from memory.
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    Re: Steelers CBs likely to be stronger in 2012

    ,,,,,
    I will say, that if they go into the season with Gay opposite Taylor again, we can't expect anything more than what we saw this year. Not in today's NFL.
    and that would be the No. 1 defense against the pass?....I'll take it.

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