Running back Terrance West continues to look for a job. He visited the Colts on Tuesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports.
He visited the Eagles last week.
West, 27, appeared in only five games for the Ravens last season before injuring his quadriceps on October 8. Alex Collins became the lead back in West’s absence last season, making West an inactive on game day upon his return.
So, no, this isn’t about integrity. This is about the NFL finally having a clear, pressing reason to do what it should have been doing all along: Striving to get every call right in every game, with no tolerance for the concept of human error.
Cornerback Marcus Peters, who just joined the team in the offseason, was more direct with his opinion on Donald’s situation.
“Pay the man,” Peters said.
Donald is in the final year of his rookie contract, where he’s scheduled to make $6.89 million. The Rams said they want to sign Donald long term, but can place the franchise tag on him if they don’t reach an agreement by next season.
New Rams cornerback Aqib Talib was more reserved about Donald’s situation and indicated everything will shake out the way it’s meant to.
“Aaron is a vet, man,” Talib said. “He’s going to take care of his own business. What’s his business is his business.”
“I think I showed that I sit for a few days, then come off the bench and contribute,” Frazier said Sunday morning. “I can do that. I just want to be here.”
Frazier did do a lot of sitting last week – five days in a row, actually – before going 1 for 2 with two walks and an opposite-field double in the Yankees’ 8-3 win on Saturday night.
“For the week we’ve had with the weather and for him having to sit for a few days and then go up there and the first couple of at-bats completely control the strike zone is a tribute to how much work he’s done and where he’s at as a hitter right now,” Boone said. “So I’m really proud of the at-bats that he was able to string together. I think it says a lot about the progress he’s made as a hitter.”