Good logic, Jeff. His progression with the team reminds me of Troy
Brown's; signed, cut, re-signed, etc. He seems like the same type of
over-achieving guy. I hope he makes it. I see he was just signed to
the practice squad. Time will tell. As always (until proven
otherwise); in Bill we trust.
--- In email@example.com, "Jeff" <cepheus42@...> wrote:
> NFL history shows that guys with the first name "Bam" are usually dead
> weight on their respective teams. :)
> Alot of his work came against second and third teamers, so it's not
> enough to say he was their best receiver in the preseason. You have to
> look at what he accomplished and against whom. Really, the 3rd
> preseason game is the one that counts most since the starters play a
> good half a game plus some extra time into the third in most cases, and
> he was non-existant for the most part in that game.
> Plus the coaches may have just felt he couldn't develop much further or
> faster then what he had already obtained, so.... it's always hard to
> say WHY they make a decision, but generally speaking they do it for
> good reasons.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Frank" <frank.dana@> wrote:
> > Mike Reiss is reporting that the Patriots have RELEASED Bam Childress!
> > What the heck is that all about?! He was their best WR in pre-season.
> > I don't get it.
> > fdb