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Jason Babin released?!?

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Yeah, went from 18 last season to 5.5 this season. Talk about a drop.

still has 5 games to go so who know what his total was going to be...

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Meh, seems to be in steep decline - not sure how much he would help.

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Normally I'd say no, but with Ron Edwards out...

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A waiver claim requires $1.62M in cap room this year. Do you guys even have $1.62 left?

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he would be a good fit somewhere with the space to sign him purely for passing downs..

patriots?

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His contract is too big, he's over the hill and he's not producing.

No, no, no.

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DO want

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Can't afford

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His contract is manageable if we really want him.

@JasonLaCanfora

I would expect no shortage of suitors for Jason Babin, and with his salary manageable ($4.325 in 2013) waiver claims a distinct possibility

@AlbertBreer

Jason Babin's base salary for this year is $5.575 million. Any team claiming him on waivers would pick up the $1.64 million in salary left.

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I want. Heck, do what the Giants do and start Johnson, Hardy, and Babin. That would be a formidable pass rush.

Hell yea imagine CJ, Hardy, Dwan, and Babin on third down putting on the pass rush.

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He wants to play for a winner, not a team others eat for dinner.

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Overrated.

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