Discussion in 'Steelers Talk' started by TerribleTowelFlying, Mar 11, 2016.
Seems Blake is getting some interest. Best of luck to him.
please, someone sign him.......not us tho
Please take him away so he won't come sniffing back around here.
Good luck to him. While he was awful last season, he was pretty decent before that when he was basically further down the depth chart.
He'll be a good pickup for someone who doesn't insist on starting him. I'd like to keep him, actually, and let him play ST and compete for the #4 spot. But I'm worried that as long as Tomlin has access to him, he'll be on the field. Safer to cut ties, even if it means seeing him looking like a better player in NE or TEN.
I wish him the best of luck as well. Hope he gets an eight figure deal with New England.
What does Jeff Read have to do with this?
Please please please take him......also read Beachum meeting with the Jets today.
maybe he's just on the wrong side of the ball. maybe downfield blocking would be his specialty.
I appreciate the few moments he had, some were big moments at that... But won't miss the obvious.
why arent we pursuing boykins?
The only way he is getting any interest is Teams are in search of next seasons #1 pick. Any team looking to tank you can't go wrong with BLake as a starting block. Tee shirts being printed in his support as I type.
i just read the steelers want him back.
I think you read it wrong .It stated they wanted their money back .
I fear Belichick will turn him into a Pro Bowler.
He should try bowling because the NFL just isn't his strong game.
Sheesh, even Georgio wants to strangle Blake.
That would be even harder than not cheating.
Where did you read that? Just curious. I know MT seems to have a soft spot in his heart for him, and he knows the system here, but surely...
i think it was bleacher report.
Ugh.... Just don't do it Colbert. Pretty please with frickin sugar on top. I know that he wasn't as bad as some fans make him out to be, but he wasn't even a borderline adequate starter. We're talking about a #4 or #5 corner, and we should reserve those spots for guys who have the potential to improve substantially. He's pretty much a finished product, and that finished product is a #4 or #5 corner.