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  1. While not specifically Gopher-related, it will certainly impact them...
  2. https://www.pff.com/news/nfl-safety-rankings-the-32-best-safeties-entering-the-2021-nfl-season
  3. Well, does the injury to Pierce prior to camp count? 😜 I just want to see how the young guys perform, especially Mond...to see if he has the upside I expect to see. While I don't want him to play in the regular season anytime soon, I do want to see hope. I also want to see how some of the 2nd year players do with their actual first real training camp and preseason.
  4. Well, he still gets the void years, which means he'd still likely be a free agent in 2023 and more cash on top of it. I don't necessarily know that he'd agree to it, but I don't think he necessarily wouldn't either, because it would still be to his benefit...and theirs.
  5. I think the most likely scenario is that they give him a little more cash and add void years to his deal to lessen his cap number. I can't see them trading him in 2022 unless Mond is ready, and I don't think that'll be the case.
  6. https://thedraftnetwork.com/articles/minnesota-vikings-successful-season-2021
  7. Plus, he's now going into his 10th year, so he's just entered the "I don't give a <bleep> about what you think" stage of his career.
  8. Unfortunately, I haven't been able to follow the sport all that closely since the North Stars left, but I find how the NHL salary cap and contracts work kind of odd seeing all these really long contracts. It's really absurd that they've been there for 9 years and still have 4 more yrs on their deals. They'll likely be retired and still will have their cap numbers count against them for several years after that.
  9. The instability of the offense has told you everything you know about the team under Zimmer. In an odd twist, last year from what I understand, that held defensively. The problem was that they hardly ever got to 3rd down because they were so bad on on 1st and 2nd.
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