It’s Time to Hear from Eskridge and Collier

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In the past few games, one could argue that Collier has shown more than Eskridge.
Yeah Collier has an unique opportunity to make a contribution to the DL and I’m disappointed until I see more from him. The interior guys in particular are good for now, but not getting any younger.
 

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Collier has missed far too much time for a DLineman. He’s been a healthy scratch too often or has had one injury after another.

He’s better suited to playing in 3-4 but once again he isn’t practicing this week. This indicates he’ll be unlikely to play.

I can’t see him being kept past this season as his rookie deal is now up and he for sure is not worth paying more than a vet min deal for what he brings with his game.

Time will tell with him.
 

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The frustratingly upsetting part is (and someone else said it as well), I could see him being released and absolutely killing it with the Rams. I'm not saying I don't wish him success, just not with the Rams.
 

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Stick a fork in him, Color me surprised 😮 😒🙃

Every year this guy spends his season rehabbing. Time is running out on him.
 
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