Do you want Plaxico Burress on the Carolina Panthers?
He'll be 35 when the season begins. But he did catch eight touchdown passes for the New York Jets last season.
How would his signing sit with the veterans who lead the team? Are Brandon LaFell or David Gettis prepared to emerge as legitmate No. 2 receivers opposite Steve Smith? Would Burress impede their development? How would Burress fit in the locker room?
Clearly, his skills have declined. But if last season is indictative, he still has something to offer.
I advocated that the Panthers make a run at Randy Moss because Moss is still a deep threat. Burress averaged 13.6 yards on 45 receptions last season. That would put him third on the Panthers in yards per reception last season behind Smith and LaFell.
In a blog and Twitter and talk show world we're supposed to know the one true path immediately -- yes or no, good or bad, sign him or don't.
Perhaps the Panthers do. They've expressed little interest.
I think that Burress, who did two years in prison for gun possession, enhances the Panthers.
But how much?
And is he worth the price?