Perry, Grigsby potential additions to...

Perry, Grigsby potential additions to special teams

There are 32 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Mar 4, 2008, titled Perry, Grigsby potential additions to special teams. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

After spending the first few days of free agency targeting potential starters, the Dolphins have turned their attention to upgrading the special teams unit, which last season was among the worst in the NFL .

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miadolfan13

Bradenton Beach, FL

#1 Mar 4, 2008
first!!!
YO ho

New Orleans, LA

#2 Mar 4, 2008
I got 2nd!!

“The Best Is Yet To Come...”

Since: Jan 07

South Florida

#3 Mar 4, 2008
Special teams is a need right now. Let's hope it pans out!
John Thomas

Miami, FL

#4 Mar 5, 2008
You know I have cheered for the Dolphins since the days of Coach George Wilson, happy about the new Coach Don Shula. I became disenchanted with the others even more so when I saw their attempts to regain the glory of past days.
I cheer for Coach Parcell and his team of coaches and the work they are doing to rebuild but it seems as if the business of Pro Football is more important than the game itself.
So I'm going to Tennessee and watch from afar, good luck guys.

Since: Jan 07

Cocoa Fl

#6 Mar 5, 2008
I think I see a plan emerging. Sign some average players at a fair price to get this team back to average....8-8, 9-7. A couple of these guys we've never heard of will probably surprise us.

Can't wait until the draft!
GreenMeanie

Vero Beach, FL

#7 Mar 5, 2008
I saw Grigsby on the HBO series about the Chiefs Pre Season Training Camp. He has 1 year of experience at Fullback so why have him compete at that position when you can use him at Linebacker where he has a lot more experience instead?
truth_karma

United States

#8 Mar 5, 2008
It's all about the connection.
Jose

United States

#9 Mar 5, 2008
why would we get tab perry?!?!?! we have teddy ginn returning our kicks!!! Makes no sense to me
Duke

Boca Raton, FL

#10 Mar 5, 2008
Jose wrote:
why would we get tab perry?!?!?! we have teddy ginn returning our kicks!!! Makes no sense to me
Ginn is afraid to get hit so unless he mans up we need someone else.
questionable

Pompano Beach, FL

#11 Mar 5, 2008
Jose wrote:
why would we get tab perry?!?!?! we have teddy ginn returning our kicks!!! Makes no sense to me
6'3' 230 wide reciever who is young and can play special teams! duh
Roger

AOL

#12 Mar 6, 2008
Jose wrote:
why would we get tab perry?!?!?! we have teddy ginn returning our kicks!!! Makes no sense to me
Just a totally pathetic franchise. Another painful season for whats essentially a college team.
harv

United States

#13 May 18, 2008
u guys are going to love boomer,his a headhunter
Snooker Table

Covington, LA

#14 Mar 5, 2009
"and the pursuit of scrubs and stumblebums continues..."

“year after year the jets suck”

Since: Feb 09

Lindenhurst,ny

#15 Mar 5, 2009
Snooker Table wrote:
"and the pursuit of scrubs and stumblebums continues..."
it's called improving the bottom half of your roster having depth at all positions is key in building a franchise some of the guys they go after may not be starters but if the starters get hurt they are decent replacements till the starters heal up they will draft good players who will compete for starting jobs and either win them or push these other guys to perform better
zzzbest

Pompano Beach, FL

#16 Mar 5, 2009
Phins taking a looksee at Sam Madison at cb and Larry Izzo at linebacker , there cheap and old, but what are you gonna do draft great players from free agency?
hank

Eustis, FL

#17 Mar 5, 2009
Jose wrote:
why would we get tab perry?!?!?! we have teddy ginn returning our kicks!!! Makes no sense to me
Cobbs was our kick returner last year. Ginn was benched
hank

Eustis, FL

#18 Mar 5, 2009
we are gonna draft 3 or 4 future starters in the draft
JJJ1973

Bakersfield, CA

#19 Mar 5, 2009
Why are we so interested in giving contracts and signings to injured players????
JJJ1973

Bakersfield, CA

#20 Mar 5, 2009
Jets perennial losers wrote:
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it's called improving the bottom half of your roster having depth at all positions is key in building a franchise some of the guys they go after may not be starters but if the starters get hurt they are decent replacements till the starters heal up they will draft good players who will compete for starting jobs and either win them or push these other guys to perform better
You dont spend free agent money on depth. that is what the lower rounds of the draft are for. Free agent money is to be spent on players to build the team around. STARTERS. Not back up depth. You dont give big money to depth players. You give it to STARTERS.
JJJ1973

Bakersfield, CA

#21 Mar 5, 2009
Why are we so interested in giving contracts and signings to injured players????

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