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  1. Team Building the FUTURE is now!

    And yet he has still been in on more plays than Callahan
  2. Team Building the FUTURE is now!

    He's better than a guy who won't play a down this season.....maybe Tim Patrick will claim Callahan's roster spot but someone should
  3. Team Building the FUTURE is now!

    Like it even more if they put Callahan on IR and resign Coty Sensabaugh
  4. Team Building the FUTURE is now!

    The speed of the NFL has always seemed the biggest hurdle to a rookie/new QB in this league. I agree with Germ-x that Lock has all the necessary physical tools, so the mental part is what he has to show he can handle, still yet to be determined. I took notice in the pre-season he seemed to get better each and better, at least prior to his injury. So at the least, he showed promise, enough to warrant an audition before drafting a new QB IMO.
  5. Team Building the FUTURE is now!

    While I can't speak for others, my apologies if I offended you. However, this forum is speculation, your takes seem to take on an arrogant/matter of fact statements of happening. OTC doesn't know the future of what CHJ's value is any more than you or I so I don't take that as gospel, I'm just putting our my own theories.
  6. Team Building the FUTURE is now!

    Since when did you become an NFL GM to evaluate CHJ's next contract ?? Lockdown corners like Harris aren't dime a dozen, he has SB experience and showed he's not slowing down. Harris makes, what $12M this year yet you're ready to cut his salary 40% ?? And I don't see the Broncos making Von a FA this year, do you know something the rest of us don't ?? I could see them restructuring his contract but not making him a free agent.
  7. Team Building the FUTURE is now!

    Part of my thought process includes how Elway values draft collateral and we have a strong possibility of gaining a 2021 3rd if CHJ leaves for greener pastures
  8. Team Building the FUTURE is now!

    Looking at the schedule, Chargers may be the only game left we win !!
  9. Team Building the FUTURE is now!

    One of the questions I've been pondering is how much faith do you have in Davontae Harris if Calahan returns next year, enough to let CHJ walk ?? And do you draft a CB high with Bausby returning ??
  10. Team Building the FUTURE is now!

    Bortles was the 3rd overall pick not a late round 1st
  11. Team Building the FUTURE is now!

    Oh, PLEASE !! Surely you can't mean the Flacco acquisition eliminated the need for a QBOTF ??? We had nothing like Lock on our roster we had to draft a qb in such a qb-rich draft last year. I agree Simmons will play LB but again, not out BIGGEST need in the 1st. You've eluded we should trade down but when you have an opportunity to land a franchise LT like Thomas or Wirfs, YOU DO IT. As for a LT in free agency, how often does a franchise LT make it to free agency ?? Even that WAS LT has issues (he'll be 32) and they're already said to be asking for a fortune.
  12. Team Building the FUTURE is now!

    Well, both Delpit and Simmons are top 10-12 picks and while I like both, safety isn't a top priority with Jackson and Simmons (he'll be signed long-term or franchised) already on board. You should be able to get a few 3rd or 4th round picks but you can also get some decent Dline prospects in 2nd-4th rd too. I do like Brown but I feel we MUST get our biggest need filled and that's a LT.
  13. Team Building the FUTURE is now!

    Mike Purcell has done a nice job at the NT position but we don't have anyone like Roquan Smith on this team. What Smith did for Fangio's CHI defense took it to another level. We have pieces on this team but not one of our MLB's can run sideline-to-sideline.
  14. Team Building the FUTURE is now!

    12 picks is a lot and if we are/were to trade down, that increase our quantity, not necessarily the quality of players. My guess is we'll be picking 7th in the draft so we should be able to pick up some good talent. With that in mind I see us trying to move up rather than down. BPA in the 1st, fill a need with our 2nd then take our mid 3rd and 4th to move up and gain another 2nd. I'd also like to see us trade our 6th and a couple of 7th rounders for a mid-late 5th. Here's what I'd like to see: R1P7 OT Tristan Wirfs - Fills our biggest needs R2P7 WR Jalen Reagor - Speed receiver to give our QBOTF (whoever that is ) an exciting WR corp R2P24 LB Dylan Moses - Slip a bit due to his health but can be the speed Fangio needs at ILB. Moses can be a 3-down ILB. ** trade pick R3P17 + R4P7 R3P7 S Kyle Dugger - Big, fast safety to groom to take over for Jackson and pair with Simmons. Former RB who has return skills as well, fills 2 needs R3P30 RB Chuba Hubbard - Explosive playmaker to add to create a potent offense, Hubbard explosion to create 3-headed monster. R4P30 OG Jon Runyon - Need more depth/help on the OL, replaces Ron Leary R5P19 LB Malik Harrison A productive LB for more ILB depth, replaces Todd Davis and recover $5M in cap space ** trade pick R6P4 & R7P37&38 R5P32 OT Charlie Heck - With RT James health issues, more depth is needed R7P30 DT Benito Jones - NT to back up Purcell In Free Agency, resign Simmons, Harris, Purcell, McGovern, D.Harris and some of our minor free agent players. I'd also try to add two other player in DE Michael Brockers and CB Joe Hayden. Obvious these are projections (wish list) but I don't feel they're totally out of the question, hit me back with your thoughts,
  15. 2020 College Prospects

    That's almost at least one new player at each position...as for Oline, Juwuan James' health for next year will account for the RT position and I wouldn't mind resigning McGovern (as a OG) so I agree with an OC moreso than an OG. I've also thought me might need 2 ILB's but with the play of Alexander Johnson, one superior LB should suffice. Also, how many, if any will be filled in Free Agency ??