Question on Frozen Players

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  1. Coach KO

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    THis is in response to SaintsDave post about releasing players and freezing them. I only have a question since I picked up one of the players he indicates he waived at the end of the season.

    I picked up CB Justin Miller after I lost Carlos Rodgers for the season. Not trying to start Biz or anything and especially since I am no longer the Redskins owner (at the start of the next season will be moving over the Pats).

    I cut Justin Miller as he was the player I picked up at the time I placed Carlos Rogers on IR. I just want to make sure I understand what is going on. It may very well be an oversight.
     
  2. CoachWest

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    Well, you dont have to cut him, you can cut someone else if you would like, however, anyone cut now will be frozen yes :)
     
  3. CoachWest

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    Actually... You know what I think I just overstepped my pay grade sorry Jeremy :(, hopefully this is the right answer
     
  4. saintsdave75

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    You were ok picking up Justin Miller when you did (around week 15-16), but any player that has been released since the playoffs started will be put on the list of frozen players. I just put Miller on that list once you released him.
     
  5. mustang20241

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    well you could use the defrost option on most microwaves, but that takes forever... I'd recommend just throwing them in the oven at 350
     
  6. Coach KO

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    You know Mustang, I was thinking the same thing. Sometimes just slow cooking them in a crock pot makes it all better. I mean you of course need an apron to march around the kitchen with but its all good.
     

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