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Look at the picture; it's Bernard in a nut shell:. looking way tpo tired and slow.
There is no reason to keep around an overrated, unproductive weight (Figuratively and literally) in the middle of our line. Last season Rocky had four sacks (which isn't the main goal of a supposed run stopper).
But we anchored a defense that gave up 118 yards a game on the ground, need I say more. So now we look at what a problem solver could be. First and foremost. ALBERT HAYNESWORTH who is much bigger than the letters.
He is an unrestricted free agent out of Tennessee. Regarded as the best player on the market i doubt Seattle even sniffs giving him a contract. So, lets look at the draft.
How does this sound. "With the No. 4 pick in the 2009 NFL Draft the Seattle Seahawks select.....B.J. Raji from the Boston College University.
This guy is a beast and is ready to play pro ball. he is 6'1" 323 pounds and is an absolute monster. He is able to play the gaps or take two blockers on at one time.
Which is what we need to free up a great line backing core and three really good defensive ends, upon rotation. (Kerney, Jackson and Tapp) So to Rocky Bernard I say, "The best part of your game was your shoulder shake dance after your four sacks."