Originally Posted by DaneMcCloud
They waived him with the intent to sign him to the PS and the Chiefs, having waiver priority due to their 2-14 record, claimed him.
Dorsey has been a magician working the waiver wire. The best part is that if Cooper continues to play well, he's under a 7th round, 4 year contract.
that was I assume the plan was the whole time, find teams better than us with more depth, and snipe their guys they are trying to pass through the practice squad.
That's what he did with Seahawks and 49ers players, same can be said about McGrath, Parker, etc
Dorsey knew guys like Jalil Brown, Devon Wylie, Powe were absolute expendable and replaceable roster garbage just taking up space and he used that extra day to replace all them with 7 new players that have been pretty much stepping up and contributing unlike any of the depth we have had the last four seasons being hyped around here (cough, Powe)