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    Danny Woodhead, will he/should he be with the Patriots next year?

    I have always liked Danny Woodhead. I have no illusion that he is the second coming of Corey Dillon. But, I believe he is a nice piece on a team that uses a RB by committee approach. He can catch the ball pretty well for a RB. In addition he has a size “advantage,” being smaller in stature makes him hard to see so that is the advantage. Plus, he is a tough guy who plays on two special teams units as well. These things give him some positional versatility and give him some value as a starter.

    He will be an unrestricted free agent (UFA) at the end of this season (in 2013).

    So, that leads to the question, should or will the Patriots attempt to resign him now or allow him to test the FA market? What is he worth? $1 mil a year, $1.2 mil, $1.6 mil? $2 mil? At what point in a negotiation do the Patriots balk and just let him test the FA market? Do they want him? As a fan, or someone that watches the Patriots, do you want them to resign him? How much is he worth?

    One other thing, this is a guy who is no trouble!

    One other thing 2, I believe league minimum for a 4-6 year player is $715,000.

    His contract information from Spotrac:

    Contract: 2 yr(s) / $1,675,000
    Average Salary $837,500
    End Year: 2012
    Free Agent: 2013 / Unrestricted
    Code:
      	Base Salary 	S. Bonus 	Misc. Bonus 	Cap Hit
    2011 	550,000 	141,666 	8,120 		699,786
    2012 	700,000 	141,668 	58,120 		899,788
    http://www.spotrac.com/nfl/new-engla...anny-woodhead/



    His stats from pro-football-reference:

    Code:
    <PRE>                                                                                                           
                                   Rush                          Rece                                          
    Year     Age  Tm Pos No.  G GS  Att  Yds TD Lng Y/A  Y/G A/G  Rec Yds  Y/R TD Lng R/G  Y/G YScm RRTD Fmb AV
    2009      24 NYJ      83 10  0   15   64  0  16 4.3  6.4 1.5    8  87 10.9  0  24 0.8  8.7  151    0   0  1
    2010      25 2TM         15  3   97  547  5  36 5.6 36.5 6.5   34 379 11.1  1  50 2.3 25.3  926    6   1 10
                 NWE  wr  39 14  3   97  547  5  36 5.6 39.1 6.9   34 379 11.1  1  50 2.4 27.1  926    6   1 10
                 NYJ      39  1  0    0    0  0   0      0.0 0.0                                  0    0   0  0
    2011      26 NWE  rb  39 15  4   77  351  1  12 4.6 23.4 5.1   18 157  8.7  0  16 1.2 10.5  508    1   1  5
    2012      27 NWE      39  9  1   49  179  2  19 3.7 19.9 5.4   23 246 10.7  2  25 2.6 27.3  425    4   0   
    Career                   49  8  238 1141  8  36 4.8 23.3 4.9   83 869 10.5  3  50 1.7 17.7 2010   11   2 16
    3 yrs        NWE         38  8  223 1077  8  36 4.8 28.3 5.9   75 782 10.4  3  50 2.0 20.6 1859   11   2 15
    2 yrs        NYJ         11  0   15   64  0  16 4.3  5.8 1.4    8  87 10.9  0  24 0.7  7.9  151    0   0  1
    </PRE>
    http://www.pro-football-reference.co...W/WoodDa02.htm
    Last edited by subroc; 11-12-2012 at 11:10 AM.
    Bill Parcells: "You are what your record says you are."

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