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    havent been on for awhile so this mightbe a repost, if it is kiddies go back to the main board. if it isnt go for it.
    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/noteb...astcall07/week8
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    I wondering about this when I heard he left ATL
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    We need to get O linemen. Our D is strong right now, but any improvement at any spot is welcome!

    Who is this Grady Jackson guy, anyways?
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    Grady Jackson is a pretty good run-stopping defensive tackle. He was drafted by Oakland about 10 years ago, has had stints in New Orleans, Green Bay and Atlanta. He could be a good addition as a foundation between Allen and Hall...he won't generate pressure on the QB, but clogs up the middle effectively and gets off of blocks to tackle runners.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rbedgood View Post
    Grady Jackson is a pretty good run-stopping defensive tackle. He was drafted by Oakland about 10 years ago, has had stints in New Orleans, Green Bay and Atlanta. He could be a good addition as a foundation between Allen and Hall...he won't generate pressure on the QB, but clogs up the middle effectively and gets off of blocks to tackle runners.
    Sounds like a pretty good addition then.

    Do we have the money left for a big name dude? Or will he come cheap because he is getting old?
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    I'd imagine that at this point he'll sign somewhere low where he'll have a shot in the playoffs. The bigger concern would be top runners who'd like to sign him and need help with their run defense. (possibly Indy?!)

    As mentioned before what KC really needs, but isn't out there right now is 1 or 2 good run blocking O-linemen
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