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Who should replace HHCD?

Who should replace Dix?  

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  1. 1. Who should replace Dix?

    • Tramon Williams
      27
    • Josh Jackson
      19
    • Josh Jones
      12
    • Whitehead
      7
    • Other (Green, Breeland, Brown)
      9


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1 minute ago, TheGreeK1973 said:

I just wanted to drop in and say thank you guys for your generosity.  

Enjoy!

We'll be watching for how much he gets on the open market.

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It should be Tramon. He can't cover faster WR's 1-on-1 anymore, but he still has excellent ball skills.

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It's time we see what we've got with Josh Jones.  All the physical tools in the world, see if he's got what it takes at free safety.  

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3 minutes ago, TheGreeK1973 said:

I just wanted to drop in and say thank you guys for your generosity.  

We will see how thankful you are at the seasons end.

 

Back to the topic. I think Tramon will replace Ha Ha. His instincts and straight line speed should be a bigger help on the back end.

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Just now, ChaRisMa said:

Enjoy!

We'll be watching for how much he gets on the open market.

Sure it might be a rental, but we get a compensatory 3rd round pick so its a wash if he walks.  But I can see Norman getting restructured next year and we keep him.  only 11 million to tag him

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Just now, TheGreeK1973 said:

Sure it might be a rental, but we get a compensatory 3rd round pick so its a wash if he walks.  But I can see Norman getting restructured next year and we keep him.  only 11 million to tag him

highly doubt you get a 3rd comp for him unless he really turns it on, which I doubt...

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Me. :)
I also promise not to be around next year (or at least I wouldnt hold anybody to it......) - but I can match his level of pay and wouldnt mind pulling down his coin :)

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1 minute ago, Joe said:
3 minutes ago, TheGreeK1973 said:

Sure it might be a rental, but we get a compensatory 3rd round pick so its a wash if he walks.  But I can see Norman getting restructured next year and we keep him.  only 11 million to tag him

highly doubt you get a 3rd comp for him unless he really turns it on, which I doubt...

There's still a decent chance he gets a top 8 AAV next year. Not a lot of QBs who will be signed

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4 minutes ago, TheGreeK1973 said:

Sure it might be a rental, but we get a compensatory 3rd round pick so its a wash if he walks.  But I can see Norman getting restructured next year and we keep him.  only 11 million to tag him

That is some incredible wishful thinking. We already saw how the league treated the S market last offseason and HHCD is nowhere near the impact player to secure himself a massive deal

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My vote is Jackson. I think long term he isn't a corner (long, not fluid enough). He has ball skills and enough range to excel at safety. We need a guy like that on the field (Dix, yeah, I know he had picks, but was really never that guy)

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7 minutes ago, TheGreeK1973 said:

Sure it might be a rental, but we get a compensatory 3rd round pick so its a wash if he walks.  But I can see Norman getting restructured next year and we keep him.  only 11 million to tag him

only if you don't sign anyone in FA and if he gets paid. Looking at the safety market last year, he'll get like 3 years 15 which is like a 4th/5th.

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