remmers was brought in midseason anyway. even though he's proving that he deserves to start right now you still have to take in to account that he'd need at least a week or two of practice to get familiar with the offense. if you want an example of a superior talent making sure the bench stayed tethered to planet earth while guys ahead of him on the depth chart got their asses kicked then norwell is your guy.
Worth remembering that if it weren't for injuries, Silatolu and Chandler would still be starting.
It's a 7th rounder. Dude has a huge upside and there's a good chance he finally learned his lesson
People were saying we should trade a second or third round pick for him before his last incident using the same logic.
But let's say you do and he works out okay his first year. What next?
Do you offer him a better contract and a bigger role on the offense?
And we're comfortable doing this and depending on him because this time we can trust him, right? Not like he'd go off and do something stupid again right when we need him for a playoff run or anything, would he?
That's the risk you run when you put yourself in the position of depending on someone with a history for being undependable.