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why? Even if he's a backup he's surely better than what we have here.
He has Gipson making the roster but below is what he mentioned this morning.
Who's in, who's out? Brad Biggs projects the Chicago Bears' 53-man roster ahead of Saturday's deadline, when teams need to trim their squads from 80 to 53.www.chicagotribune.com
Safety (5): Eddie Jackson, Deon Bush, Tashaun Gipson, Sherrick McManis, DeAndre Houston-Carson
I’m not convinced Gipson is a lock for the roster. Bush appears to be the likely starter next to Jackson and the team guaranteed the 30-year-old Gipson only $550,000, so it won’t be a money-driven decision. He’s not the same player he was a few years ago and doesn’t fit on special teams
I appreciate the beat writers but most of them probably know less than the average CCS user about proper technique on the football field.
Most are journalists, not former athletes or scouts. Usually I believe what I see in camp based on my own eyes, but that's obviously impossible these days...
Unless his injury has hurt him, I'm not really sure biggs knows what he is talking about.
Bush might start, but gipson had a very solid year for the texans last year and is excellent in covering tight ends from the slot/inline. Most texans fans were not happy he was let go and thought he was a big reason why they lost in the playoffs due to him not playing.
Once again, take what a beat writer says with a grain of salt. Not saying it won't happen, but it's hard enough to make a proper analysis of a player when you're sitting on the field 50 yards away watching plays between tweets....
LOL. Your oppinion of the average CCS user is WAAAAYYYY higher than mine.
Time after time Biggs has proven he's the most plugged in Bears beat writer. I always pay attention when he says shit like this.
He just wrote that gipson has declined over the last few years and isn't the same player.
I haven't seen him in camp, but I watched him last year.
That guy didn't decline.