Per Doug Baldwin's twitter.
Butler would probably make the most sense to bring in. Fairly familiar with the guys, still young. And hey I always liked him!
T-Sizzle wrote:We really, really need to think 1 or 2 WRs in this years draft. We don't have depth there at all.
canzag wrote:Now read that baldwin will not travel with the team to toronto
kidhawk wrote:canzag wrote:Now read that baldwin will not travel with the team to toronto
Baldwin? Do you mean Butler? Baldwin isn't on the injury report. He should definitely be travelling.
As for Butler I haven't even seen an official signing for him yet, so there's no way he's playing sunday with no practice time at all. If he is in town to be signed, he'll practice next week.
jlwaters1 wrote:T-Sizzle wrote:We really, really need to think 1 or 2 WRs in this years draft. We don't have depth there at all.
I agree. I'd love to see Kearse, Bates, Tuninea (sp?) become good players, it's just we need to inject more talent into the group. I hope we use a 1st-3rd pick on a WR (higher end pick) and maybe someone to develop in the 5-6th round.
Even Baldwin had the 1 good year and has been limited this year due to injuries and whatnot. I'd like to see us retool that position, like we've done at so many other position group.
Seeker wrote:seriously why did we let durham go again?
TheHawkster wrote:After Patrick Willis snapped his leg and he still held on to the ball for that TD, I'm always going to be pulling for that kid.
SEC FAN wrote:Seeker wrote:seriously why did we let durham go again?
I can't say for certain but he didn't run the right routes/made mental mistakes in his last game for Detroit. He made a great catch but its more important that you actually execute what you are supposed to do every down than make a circus catch every once in a while.
EastCoastHawksFan wrote:Im Surprised we didnt sign Lockette off the 49ers practice squad , or can we not do that?