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  1. whaaaaat??? getting a little ahead of ourselves, are we...?
  2. https://247sports.com/LongFormArticle/2022-NFL-Mock-Draft-wide-open-quarterback-class-Kayvon-Thibodeaux-Sam-Howell-Spencer-Rattler-Derek-Stingley--165061465/#165061465_18 2022 mock draft, with the Vikings picking a WR at the #14 slot...
  3. there are those out there saying this pick will turn out to be the best one we made. we shall see....
  4. what positions look to be the deepest next year?
  5. Ian Rappaport stated Rodgers had told prospective free agents that he wouldn't be with the team, and that they should consider that.
  6. Bradshaw certainly isn't a genius but he's not an idiot either. he's more of a country bumpkin who never cared to be any more than that, and then discovered he could make money being just that. and i'm sorry, but as someone who watched him play in real time, he was a very fine QB and someone his teammates responded to. Bradshaw and Elway were very similar in those regards. @wcblack34 needs a Snickers.
  7. NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport on Monday recapped Rodgers’ reported list of grievances with the only NFL team for which he has played. The contract is obviously a problem, as has been detailed in a few reports. Green Bay’s decision to draft quarterback Jordan Love last year didn’t help, either. But according to Rapoport, the Packers’ decision to release Jake Kumerow right before the 2020 season began was something of a “death knell” to the relationship. According to Rapoport, it was indicative of Rodgers’ desire to be more involved with roster building. “Rodgers, I’m told, wanted to be mor
  8. From Pete Prisco, CBSSports: Chicago Bears: B+ Best pick: It was making the bold move to trade up and get quarterback Justin Fields. Yes, they gave up a lot, but he will be the second-best quarterback in this class. Worst pick: They didn't have a lot of picks, so it's tough to find one. If anything, it's giving up so many picks to land Fields and second-round tackle Teven Jenkins. The skinny: The Bears were aggressive, and it was the smart thing to do. This regime needs to win now, and they drafted like it. They don't care about the future — even if they wouldn't a
  9. Terry Bradshaw, on Aaron Rodgers: “With him being that upset shows me how weak he is. Who the hell cares who you draft? I mean, he’s a three-time MVP in the league and he’s worried about this guy they drafted last year at number one? And for him to be upset, my God, I don’t understand that. Pittsburgh drafted Mark Malone number one, Cliff Stoudt in the third or fourth round. I had them coming at me from all angles. I embraced it, because when we went to practice, I wasn’t worried about those guys. You know? They didn’t scare me a bit. So I don’t understand why he’s so upset at Green Bay.
  10. Fourteen months ago, Carolina signed Teddy Bridgewater to a three-year, $60-million deal. • Bridgewater threw 15 touchdown passes in 15 starts, went 1-9 after Week 5, and the staff soured on him. • Carolina traded Bridgewater to Denver for a sixth-round pick Wednesday. The Panthers had to pay $7 million of the $11.5-million total compensation due Bridgewater in 2021 in order to make the deal. • Nine percent of the Carolina 2021 cap allotment—$17 million out of $182 million—will be dead money for the abandonment of Bridgewater on the Panthers’ cap. • In toto, Carolina paid $
  11. i'm not scared, none of them drafted a kicker.
  12. from five years ago, in a June... maybe he came out there on vacation and noticed the mosquitos. there's always context too, lol.
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