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ReggieCamp

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ReggieCamp last won the day on June 4 2019

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  1. Lost in the league's COVID announcement was this one: Seems minor but it's not. Teams will get to keep 16 players on practice squads and 4 players can be protected (other teams can't poach them). This seems to favor teams with strong and deep rosters. Hey, that's us!
  2. I wouldn't say I know him well, but I know Al Baker well enough to tell you that he is an extremely likable, salt-of-the-earth guy. ** old man name dropper leaves the chat **
  3. Completely agree on AJ Green. I'll even go so far as to say if no one steps up to take the 5th CB job, we may even sign someone. We have Ward, Greedy, Troy Hill, and Newsome as locks, but we really do need a reliable 5th CB. Hopefully it's someone on the roster, but I won't be shocked if we go to the well one more time.
  4. You can at least make a case for Tannehill and Herbert, but putting Burrow and Wentz ahead of Baker is just trolling. Which honestly, is probably what he's doing. Riling up Browns fans (and getting reactions out of Baker) is good for business.
  5. This is WAY better than any of the OTA videos.
  6. Not sure how I didn't see this one when it was made. 7 minutes of heaven.
  7. Yep. Just stick him at Will. Adding a Will with speed and instincts will pay instant dividends.
  8. If David DeCastro has fallen off a couple levels, then Trai Turner has fallen off a cliff. This pleases me.
  9. Decastro is a shell of his former self. I'm not sure he would even make our roster tbh.
  10. Ticket prices this year will be "interesting." We are a good team for the 1st time in a long while, but I do believe that many people have lost their taste for in-person sporting events (even before COVID, but it may be more pronounced now). I do wonder if it's best to buy now, or wait. I decided to buy now (about a month ago). Got 2 pretty good seats to the Texans game (home opener), and while they are decently more expensive than years past, I think it will end up being a decent deal. Don't want to ignore your request @Vee-Rex, but I thought I would just comment about tickets in ge
  11. That's possible. Either way, he was a solid contributor and good locker room guy. Good luck Sheldon.
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