Somehow the Ravens have stuck with Sergio Kindle after what could arguably be called the worst start to a football career in the team’s history. Even worse than you, Dan Cody.
After his DUI in 2010, which followed an entire season in which he was on the physically unable to perform list with a fractured skull, I would have cut him. Yet somehow he hung on.
Kindle recovered physically, but struggled to learn the Ravens defense and saw very limited action this season. He enters the offseason as an exclusive rights free agent and I think it’s time for the Ravens to cut their ties with the failed draft pick.
For whatever reason, John Eisenberg of CSNBaltimore.com thinks the Ravens will continue to stick with Kindle in a limited capacity. “Look for them to offer him a minimum contract and the chance to come to training camp and compete for a job, with no strings attached,” Eisenberg writes
Why? What’s the point? Let’s just be done with it already. Kindle was a bust. Let’s admit it and move on. The Ravens are better off without him and have bigger things to focus on this offseason.