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  1. Any numbers on this? I'm pretty much always happy about OL/DL pick ups, even depth.
  2. I don't think I even tried to put cooper or Rodgers, I think my phone added it in.
  3. Tbh I expect if Cooper cashes in on his opportunities, he will move past Cobb as the #1 slot fairly quickly.
  4. That list of vets is just sad. In almost every case of an aging vet, the Packers made the right decision. There is no way to be nice about telling someone you think it's time to move on. Amicable break ups aren't a thing. You can argue Hayward and Hyde but both those decisions seemed reasonable at the time given what they had shown, the roster, and the cap. As confirmed by the discussions of the contract, it's all about Rodgers realizing he could be next on that list and railing as hard as he can against it. Unfortunately doing so also makes it more appealing to make that change.
  5. Tbh I see him as a package #3/4 wr. Him and Amari in the same slot could be fun. Adams and Lazard are your primary outside WR with MVS as the deep threat.
  6. For one I don't think they are resigning Adams. After that it shouldn't be too hard.
  7. The structure on it is important. Hopkins deal is a very real 27+ if there are balloon years you can escape from at the end it's ok.
  8. Adams camp just has to be willing to ignore the Hopkins contract as an outlier. Then you are negotiating in the 20-22 range not 27-28.
  9. Personally I think he had no choice but to come back, and am annoyed at any concessions to issues that are 100% in Rodgers head.
  10. Any concession on contract or bringing.back Cobb... Especially at that salary and costing picks, yeah absolutely hate all of it.
  11. What good would "informing" Rodgers do? All it does is give the opportunity for him to feel like he can tell you he doesn't like that idea and get MORE po'd. The Packers openly said depending how the board fell it could happen, they'd consider a QB. That's as open intention as a team will ever be. Personally I'd have loved a trade up high enough for Jefferson, but I like the value of Love where they took him and it makes organizational sense. Before 2020 there was serious question if Rodgers was still "elite". How much benefit was it for Rodgers to play with no crowds last year? Personally I f
  12. I don't think the Packers could have eaten the cap hit pre June 1. Definitely not after resigning Aaron Jones.
  13. It's not about a discount, it's about him shooting the moon and wanting more than an obvious outlier that is the insane DeAndre Hopkins deal. Also with both Matthews and Nelson their performance after leaving tells me it was the correct football decision.
  14. The Hopkins contract is just ridiculous though. It's 27.25 and only 2 years. Julio Jones at 22, Keenan Allen and Amari Cooper at 20. If Adams was willing to negotiate in that 20-22 range I don't love it but accept that's the going rate, but wanting to be paid #1? Sorry no, don't match a stupid contract. It's just not worth the investment.
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