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B. Moore may be off the market soon...

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Per Ian Rapoport :

 

NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the Cowboys are "in talks" with free agent OG Brandon Moore.

Both of the Cowboys' starting guards are on the shelf, and Moore is far-and-away the best remaining interior lineman, so a deal would make a lot of sense. The Cowboys are also reportedly considering free agent OG Brian Waters. Someone should be signed by Wednesday.

 

 

It looks like Moore wont be coming to the rescue before the season starts.  Not that I had my hopes up but at least we can cross his name off the list.

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Moore is not getting the Krakens money.

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He wasn't even linked to us...

It was just wishful thinking that we would be able to sign him.

I would have loved to had signed him but not on a multi-year contract and I am willing to bet that's what Dallas is giving him.

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We weren't going to sign him anyway.

It's either Wharton or a late last minute cut at the end of preseason.

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we've got garry. why in the world would we need moore?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ugh.

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I'm gonna be so pissed if the offensive line is struggling and Gettle doesn't do anything about it. As if he's setting Cam up for failure.

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we've got garry. why in the world would we need moore?

The problem is if Moore wants a multi-year deal and the Panthers obliged, that would make it impossible to re-sign Hardy. There is no way Moore (who I believe graded out as the fourth best right guard) would come cheap.

At the end of the day, I'd rather have the Kraken.

But I get your point, the right guard position is just brutally bad and it needs to be addressed with someone better than the likes of Chris Scott.

I think they might just be waiting for Wharton to except a vet minimum contract.

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Meh, he was a longshot for us anyways.

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I'm beginning to think Gettleman is wanting to stick with what we have and have Kugbilla take over eventually during the season. To be honest he can see these guys everyday and I guess he sees enough potential in Kugbilla to not bring in a moderate money free agent to protect the right side. I just hope Cam doesn't end up paying for this high risk game Gettleman is playing with Kugbilla.

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I'm beginning to think Gettleman is wanting to stick with what we have and have Kugbilla take over eventually during the season. To be honest he can see these guys everyday and I guess he sees enough potential in Kugbilla to not bring in a moderate money free agent to protect the right side. I just hope Cam doesn't end up paying for this high risk game Gettleman is playing with Kugbilla.

It can't be for kugbilla. He hasn't even practiced yet.
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