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Everything posted by jrry32

  1. Welp, looks like I have a real eye for players who get themselves into legal trouble. We're releasing WR Tamorrion Terry. For now, we'll take no action with OLB Frank Clark, but I expect that'll change at some point in the future. Man, I felt great about my edge rushers, and now, both are massive question marks (Clark is in legal trouble, and Jones is asking for a trade IRL).
  2. It's been going pretty quick compared to the past lol.
  3. Okay, you get our next available first. I believe it's in 2052. 🤣
  4. Might as well. If we don't trade it for Hunt, it'll be for somebody else. But you'll have to wait a few years for that first. 😂
  5. I wouldn't offer much in a trade. But it's worth kicking the tires imo.
  6. If you want to give us a 7th, we'll take him off your hands. 😜
  7. I would reach out to the Colts about Marlon Mack. I'd also keep an eye on the Texans. If they are willing to part with Phillip Lindsay, I'd be very interested. If not, Mark Ingram and Rex Burkhead are worth watching. My concern is less about Henderson's ability to do the job well and more about his durability. I recognize Mack and Burkhead have durability questions too, but that at least spreads the risk a bit. Damien Williams on the Bears would be another name worth monitoring.
  8. Well, that's not ideal. Colts, what do you want for Marlon Mack? Texans, what do you want for Phillip Lindsay?
  9. Yes. Michigan, Ohio, and now California.
  10. Not so sure about that. Clark's has a criminal history. He pleaded guilty to a felony in the past (stemming from the theft of a laptop), but I think that was expunged. He also pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct after being arrested for domestic violence. He'll likely be able to plead to a lesser charge, but I don't think he'll get off as easy as community service. Either ways, I'm not sure if this is bad news for the Chiefs or not. Clark is a good pass rusher, but if it allows them to get out of his contract easily, it might be a net win.
  11. I'm not sure it happens this year because rookie TEs historically haven't been dominant, but I see Kyle Pitts as an absolute superstar at that position.
  12. Barry Switzer was a great college coach, but he was an underwhelming NFL HC. Just the truth, dawg.
  13. I wouldn't be surprised if Winston becomes the guy in NO. Teams are giving up on QBs so quickly these days. Winston wasn't completely inept out there. It made sense to ditch him for Brady, but NO made a smart move grabbing him.
  14. You've got it backwards, my man. Beth Wilkinson is one of the best lawyers in the country. The fact that the NFL doesn't want a written report is damning. Lawyers put everything in writing, unless it can hurt you or your client. The NFL is protecting Snyder by not putting the report in writing. It means that what happened is really, really bad, and they don't want the media having access to a long report documenting every terrible thing when the owners aren't willing to force Snyder out. The lack of a written report is a huge win for Snyder. Trust me, he's not upset about it.
  15. @husker_vikes3 and I agreed on a trade: HB Mike Davis, QB Jameis Winston, 2.2 for 1.9 and WR Jakobi Meyers
  16. Frankly, y'all might have given up on Matt Gay too quickly. We'll see how he does in Year 2 with the Rams, but he went 18/20 on FGs and 20/20 on PATs after signing (counting the playoffs).
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