could the hawks be a contender for Kwon Alexander?

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There's always room in the budget for a guy on minimum wage.

On July 30, 2023, the Steelers signed Alexander to a one-year, $1.31 million contract that includes a signing bonus of $152,500. - Wikipedia.

However, Alexander suffered suffered a season-ending torn Achilles on November 12. It'll be tough for him to play at a standard high enough for the NFL in 2024.
 

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There's always room in the budget for a guy on minimum wage.

On July 30, 2023, the Steelers signed Alexander to a one-year, $1.31 million contract that includes a signing bonus of $152,500. - Wikipedia.

However, Alexander suffered suffered a season-ending torn Achilles on November 12. It'll be tough for him to play at a standard high enough for the NFL in 2024.

He’s be great if he can stay healthy but iirc hasn’t he been kind of plagued with injuries?
 

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He’s be great if he can stay healthy but iirc hasn’t he been kind of plagued with injuries?
I can't remember for sure, but it sounds about right. 4 teams in 5 seasons also isn't desirable. Outsider and mercenary are the 2 words that pop into my head when I hear his name. Maybe unfair on my part.
 

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If we could afford him, Matthew Judon from the Pats would be the guy I'd like. His contract is up and will likely be traded before the deadline, but I don't think there is any way we could afford a long term contract. Guess who his LB coach was in Balt from 2018-2020? Wish we could have him instead of D. Jones
 

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