I loved this quote - how many people combine all of these? RJ was a "larger than life" type of man and one we can all admire, IMO.
“Being a Triple-A manager’s a difficult thing to do,” said Janish, now an assistant coach at Rice. “It’s just a difficult dynamic to kind of wrangle. He always did a pretty good job by being pretty blunt, pretty honest and pretty transparent, which I appreciated.
Has anyone seen Buck's comments? I remember that they seemed close.
There is no real reason to trade Galvis or Severino if they will no bring back a prospect. I doubt they will. I think Elias will have to be blown away with an offer to trade Santander. Cobb and Mancini will be on the block if they are healthy and productive at the deadline.
Some quotes from Galvis. Sounds like the opportunity to be an everyday player is what attracted him. Seems like a high energy, enthusiastic guy.
Every player has pluses and minuses and Lamar probably has more pluses than minuses but there is a lot about the position he needs to learn and the throwing needs to be better.
Hes young and he’s coachable. He has great leadership qualities and wants to get better. The question is, can/will get improve those areas?
Im just not in the camp that is satisfied with him as is and am willing to gamble a 4-7 year extension on it. I can see why other would be in favor of it.
I assumed he would continue to grow as a QB in 2020. He didn’t. That concerns me. Was it a blip on the radar with all the bs 2020 brought them or is he Kaepernick?
I don’t mind paying a stupid contract if he is an elite guy. I’m all for paying elite talent elite money. No issues there are at all. But I don’t think he’s elite. And paying elite money to non elite players is a way to the 500 club, as we saw with those Flacco years (not that his contract was the only reason but it added to it).