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    C. Rogers could go on the waiver wire

    Why I'm posting this is beyond me.
    I can't stomach many more arguments about the Vikings picking up trashy WRs to replace a run-of-the-mill receiver that they will cut.

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    Lions | C. Rogers could go on the waiver wire
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    Tom Kowalski, of MLive.com, reports Detroit Lions WR Charles Rogers could go on the waiver wire if the team decides to cut ties with him. He would be subject to the waiver wire because he only has three years of league experience. By going on the waiver wire, the Lions would have no control over who he signs with and the team that claims him would get Rogers for cheap. Rogers failed to reach many of his contract incentives and the team that claims him and the remaining four years of his contract would only be on the hook for his one-year salary of $757,917. The team that claims him could release him if things do not work out and there would be no additional hit on their salary cap.


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    Re: C. Rogers could go on the waiver wire

    For that cheap I think we should give him a shot.
    Couldn't hurt anything.

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    Re: C. Rogers could go on the waiver wire

    I agree, if it won't hurt the cap, give him a chance.
    Sometimes just being in a new location can do wonders for a player.

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    Re: C. Rogers could go on the waiver wire

    has he ever produced?

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    Re: C. Rogers could go on the waiver wire

    i dont see the harm in signing him if hes cheap and theres an option to cut him if it doesnt work out i say bring him on board

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    Re: C. Rogers could go on the waiver wire

    440 total yards, 4 TDs, 3 years, no thanks

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    Re: C. Rogers could go on the waiver wire

    "spikecyrus" wrote:
    440 total yards, 4 TDs, 3 years, no thanks
    He is a bust, he is a malcontent and he is always injured.
    Why would you even waste the time?
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    Re: C. Rogers could go on the waiver wire

    Why would you want to get another WR who got cut from his team for obvisouly not doing his job right.Hes got a bad case of the injury bug, and he may for the rest of his career.I wouldnt mind if Childress brought him for some work outs, but dont jump the gun.

    Theres NOTHING greater then a Florida Gator!
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    Re: C. Rogers could go on the waiver wire

    I say pick him up, he's a tremendous talent who has underperformed, we could use a guy like him, a #2 overall pick as a reciever is pretty rare, at 6'2 and running a 4.4, he'll compete with our recievers, Ive read tons of good things about the guy, and I really think we should pick him up.

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    Re: C. Rogers could go on the waiver wire

    we should give him a chance i mean what have we got to lose 750 k thats what some third stringers get for crying out loud. It would be nothing compared to what we have in cap space. Plus he's not a trouble maker like all the other WR's that want to get traded.


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