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Gosder Cherilus on the trading block?

In the 2013 offseason, the Indianapolis Colts signed former Detroit Lions tackle Gosder Cherilus to a 5 year 35 million dollar contract. Making him the highest paid right tackle in the NFL. More than Anthony Davis, Andre Smith, and Sebatian Vollmer, all considerably better than Cherilus. He will be entering his sixth season in the league, and his second with the Colts. He was selected...
Via cover32 - Colts
April 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Indianapolis Colts: offensive line issues

The offensive line has been a point of weakness for the Indianapolis Colts since I can remember. Well before the Andrew Luck era and deep into the Peyton Manning one. It’s frustrating how bad this offensive line has been for so long. This needs to change as soon as possible; the team can’t be having their franchise quarterback being hit more than he needs to be, and potentially...
Via isportsweb.com
January 19, 2014  |  Discuss

2013 NFL Draft Team Needs: Indianapolis Colts

1. Right Tackle: Though this position may not even be addressed, I think it is still their biggest need. Indy signed Gosder Cherilus to a big deal to be their right tackle, but he is honestly one of the worst tackles in the NFL. I consider him quality depth at best. The Colts will quickly find this out when Andrew Luck is constantly getting chased down from the right side. ...
Via Heff's Sports Blog
April 21, 2013  |  Discuss

Indianapolis Colts making questionable moves in free agency

The Indianapolis Colts have been on a wild tear to sign free agents for top dollar contracts. The only problem has been that their free agent signings haven't been top tier additions to their team. The recent activity has many wondering exactly what is going on in Indianapolis. Below is a list of free agents signed so far by the Colts with contract details. [H/T to Rotoworld...
Via This Given Sunday
March 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Report: Colts Reach An Agreement With OT Gosder Cherilus

Daniel Jeremiah of the NFL Network reports that the Colts have reached an agreement in principle with former Lions OT Gosder Cherilus. Cherilus is expected to receive a five-year deal. Cherilus is actually coming off of a solid season for the Lions, but wound up undergoing an operation on his knee, so there is at least some concerns. The Colts had to find help at offensive tackle...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
March 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Colts sign Gosder Cherilus (5 years/34 Million)

The Colts have made their first move of the day and that's the signing of OT Gosder Cherilus.The Colts have signed former Lions offensive tackle Gosder Cherilus. Cherilus spent 5 years in Detroit as their right tackles, and his play has improved each season. Cherilus is an athletic tackle with good feet that protected Stafford very well this last year. He's still pretty young...
Via Everything Colts
March 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Colts sign Gosder Cherilus (Details TBA)

The Colts have made their first move of the day and that's the signing of OT Gosder Cherilus.The Colts have signed former Lions offensive tackle Gosder Cherilus. Cherilus spent 5 years in Detroit as their right tackles, and his play has improved each season. Cherilus is an athletic tackle with good feet that protected Stafford very well this last year. He's still pretty young...
Via Everything Colts
March 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Lions May Allow RT Gosder Cherilus To Leave Via Free Agency

Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press mentioned that impending free agent RT Gosder Cherilus may not be in the Lions’ offseason plans. The Lions are expected to make major changes to their starting offensive line next season and Cherilus could be allowed to leave via free agency. Cherilus, 28, is an unrestricted free agent and might be sacrificed so that first round pick Riley...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
January 20, 2013  |  Discuss

SLR Detroit Lions Player Of The Year Tournament First Round: Gosder Cherilus vs. Stephen Peterman

SideLion Report has great readers so it makes sense that you should have a say in helping us name the SideLion Report Detroit Lions player of the year. The players have been seeded and placed into a tournament bracket with each matchup determined by a reader vote. To ensure that everyone has a chance to vote, polls will remain open until midnight on the west coast. At that time...
Via Sidelion Report
January 24, 2012  |  Discuss

Pro Football Focus Gives the Detroit Lions a “C” for Gosder Cherilus Pick

Pro-Football focus had an interesting article today discussing a re-draft of the 2008 NFL draft. You will recall that the Lions drafted Gosder Cherilus towards the back end of a run on offensive tackles. The pick was curious at the time because the Lions moved back from 15 to 17. The Chiefs used the 15th pick to select offensive tackle Brandon Albert while the Lions used their pick...
Via Sidelion Report
November 03, 2011  |  Discuss
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