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"I hope we do what is best for the team and balance that with what is best for our fans," Bisciotti said. Joe Flacco's back injury has been presented as only a one- or two-week ordeal, but Ryan Mallett has been atrocious filling in with the first-team offense in Flacco's place. Lindley was signed before Week 17, when the Colts found themselves in truly dire quarterback straits. The writing was on the wall after Moore was a healthy scratch in favor of Cooper Rush last Sunday.Going on 27, Lindley has scattered six starts across four NFL seasons. Frankly, it's astounding Moore made it as long as he did in Dallas. Kinne transitioned from quarterback to wide receiver this offseason in an effort to make the final roster.His collusion lawsuit against the NFL is still moving forward.Although probably an unknown name to many Rotoworld readers, Balzer has long been plugged into NFL circles.The question is whether he can prove it was deliberate collusion on behalf of the owners. "We [Lewis and Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti] were talking about giving this kid an opportunity to get back in the NFL," Lewis said. Bisciotti has said it himself, 'How can you crucify Ray Lewis when Ray Lewis is the one calling for Colin Kaepernick? It sounds like a fabricated story to give the Ravens an excuse."I have been fighting for this kid behind the table like nobody has. However, it doesn't appear Coughlin and GM Dave Caldwell feel Kaepernick makes them better, at least at the moment.The second-year UDFA out of South Carolina completed 24-of-40 passes for 277 yards and a 2:2 TD: INT ratio last preseason.
Instead of making their football team better, the Texans seem doomed to unimaginably bad quarterback play.
Mc Nair is already in hot water with the players regarding his "inmates" remarks, and his team just passed on Kaepernick in order to sign Matt Mc Gloin and T. Yates in the aftermath of Deshaun Watson's torn ACL.
We really wish we had not passed this one along, but there was zero reason to believe a professional NFL lifer like Balzer was "joking," especially considering the straightforward tone of his tweet.
"Everybody gets discussed," O'Brien said in his best coachspeak.
When asked if signing Kap was a realistic possibility, O'Brien replied "I like the guys that we have and we'll continue to try to coach them." Kaepernick is worlds better than any of the healthy quarterbacks on the Texans' roster, but the ship seems to have sailed for good.We have sourced Balzer in the past, but will not do so going forward.