Write it down, I am not a sycophant! The Broncos made a move I am a little confused about. Signing Ty Law is not a bad move. Law will bring some added knowledge to the defensive secondary. The move I question is releasing Jack Williams. I have a few reasons for this...
No matter who the Veteran is, signing a veteran towards the end of his career and releasing a young talented player screams either "we're desperate" or "We are one player away" neither mantra is what I feel about the 2009 Denver Broncos. I am not saying Jack Williams is the next Tyrone Braxton, nor am I saying he is the next Deltha O'Neal. I think he is a player who has a lot of pure talent. He reminds me a lot of Darrent Williams. Raw around the edges but with coaching could be a great player.
On the other side of that coin is Jack may not be very coachable. there are many more knowledgeable than me who have said as much. I am guessing they are closer to the truth than I but time will be the telling factor there.
The otehr question is WHY Jack?
guys who are weekly inactives are in my opinion more of a candidate to be cut than a guy who is weekly on the active roster. Guy who dont make the starting 43 week in and out need to be looked at first. Brandon Lloyd, Brandon Gorin these guys are depth at deep positions and are consistently inactive.
I am just a guy who has a few smart remarks but I am genuinely confused by this and may need more time and fact to process this which is where YOU come in. below this....
Is it ok to let Jack Williams go? (nothing to do with Ty)
Yes (42 votes)
No (103 votes)
Undecided (73 votes)
Coach did it therefore it must be (100 votes)
318 total votes