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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Pittsburgh View Post
    would they then cut cotchery or plaxico?Or I should say, would cutting one of those two free up money to sign a younger, better option at this point?
    Cotch may be a goner. Wouldn't we save about..... (Best Dr. Evil voice I can muster) $1 Million Dollars by cutting him?

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    Why sign Breaston when Max is out there looking for work and we might need his services? I see more value in what Max could do for us than Breaston.

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    I donīt understand this. (If it was written in spanish then I will understand ) Sorry I was joking. Seriously I donīt understand. If we let go Sanders OK, but Brown, Sanders, Wheaton, Cotch, Plax, Breaston, Brown2... Who doesnīt make the team? Brown2 make practice squad and still there are 6. Cut Cotch or Plax? If we didnīt match the *s offer this would make more sense.

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    I can see us signing Winston Justice and Steve Breaston by cutting Redman or Dwyer and Plaxico or Cotchery.
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