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Our safety core..

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Huge ups to these guys who have been playing great. If we can save some money we should look at getting rid of Godfrey this offseason. Between Mitchell, Lester and Mikell that's a very solid trio. I wouldn't mind seeing if we could resign Mikell to a minimal deal. Good veteran presence for our young secondary

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Let's not start offing players just yet. Can't we wait until the end of the season?

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Safety corps. And agreed - moving Mitchell to FS has seemingly paid dividends.

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Who's the core of our safety corps?

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I'll like to see them against a passing offense like the saints or NE. They have been good so far in run support.

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I think Godfrey is gone regardless. He blew out his achilles and is due big money next season. Time to move on. Mitchell appears superior anyways. You feel Mike's presence at FS, you don't with Charles. He's always a step too late.

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They've played well this year. It's funny because our secondary was suppose to be our biggest weakness this season.

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Who's the core of our safety corps?

you know what I meant lol

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Mikell was a one year deal, correct?

 

How many years remaining on Mitchell's contract?

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