Friday, April 08, 2005

Sharper not going to the Bengals!?!

Apparently it is Landon Johnson's job to lose, so Marvin Lewis said his goodbyes to Jamie Sharper, who had visited the team, without Sharper reaching a deal with the Bengals.

Although Lewis did not rule out pursuing a cornerback, he has apparently given his blessing to Landon Johnson,last years starter while Nate Webster was rehabbing from two surgeries eliminating the need for Sharper.





This can only be good news for those who wish the Seahawks would sign Sharper, as there is now one less competitior for his services out there. The Seahawks will still need to find some money however, as they are (at least right now) cap strapped.

8 comments:

  1. Slow day for the Seahawks when our blog is littered with JPGs of Bengals and Backup QBs from teh Redskins!

    Where does this info come from?

    Never mind, I'll bet the title is a link to the article.

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  2. someone is definitely messing with this site...the post a comment page is completely revamped and centered


    us and Browns now...Jaguars arent dead, either...

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  3. someone is definitely messing with this site...the post a comment page is completely revamped and centered


    us and Browns now...Jaguars arent dead, either...

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  4. I'm in!!! I can post again! Finally, now let's see if I can still do it when I go back home and use my own computer.

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  5. Slow day indeed! But at least it's something. Any news is better than no news, and you're right, I pposted the link at the top I think I did anyway.

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  6. is the 'post a comment' page screwed up for anyone else? I mean deformed...and black and white?



    anyway, this is a test post...

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  7. So what's with the Seattle Times writing three lines on Sharper, as an afterthought in their Seahawks coverage today?

    He's only one of the most valuable free agents left on the market!

    The coverage in the PI is always so much better.

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  8. No deformation on my post comment screen, ADP.

    Aren't we still "long shots" to land Sharper? I know I'd like him, he's young-ish, steady, relatively injury free, but if it would mean losing Brown.... I just don't know for sure.

    What lineup would you prefer, Brown, Niko, Lewis or Sharper, Niko, Lewis or Brown, Niko, Sharper? Assuming Nikos slotted in the middle. I personally feel that Brown, Niko, Lewis fits the type of style and personnel that Ray Rhodes wants and desires, and I'm not completely sold on Sharper yet. But I could be.

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