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2 minutes ago, BZski said:

Noway. I cannot get on board with that. CJ Henderson, Jeff Gladney, AJ Terrell, and Diggs are all better than Fulton and Epenesa is a late 1st and early 2nd rd pick at this point. Give me Jags offer of Yannick and #9 all day over the Raiders.

I don't think Epenesa makes it out of the first round. Of course, I hope he does: him at #35 would be incredible. (I've heard mixed things about the various CBs.)

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5 hours ago, BZski said:

He runs a 4.42 in the video on that page, directly under where it says 4.51

My understanding is that Dennard is primarily a nickel. I think we have that role filled with Coleman, but if we signed Dennard on the cheap I'd be into it. I don't think he particularly fits our CB need though.

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8 hours ago, BZski said:

Noway. I cannot get on board with that. CJ Henderson, Jeff Gladney, AJ Terrell, and Diggs are all better than Fulton and Epenesa is a late 1st and early 2nd rd pick at this point. Give me Jags offer of Yannick and #9 all day over the Raiders.

Why not do the raiders trade(if it happens) and offer pick 19 to the jags for yannick?  So we would drop from 3-12 & get yannick. Take your pick @12..

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14 minutes ago, flyguy1609 said:

Why not do the raiders trade(if it happens) and offer pick 19 to the jags for yannick?  So we would drop from 3-12 & get yannick. Take your pick @12..

I am saying get Yannick and #9 for #3

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9 hours ago, BZski said:

even now that they signed Mariota? Not sure they want a QB in the draft this year.

I thought that way as well but there’s a few variables.

They move to a new city, new facility and Gruden likes QB’s.

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14 hours ago, nagahide13 said:

He runs a 4.42 in the video on that page, directly under where it says 4.51

I don’t know what his official time was either way but those nfl network live times always end up being wrong/getting adjusted for official times.  Just on eye test he’s never looked like a sub 4.5 guy.  End of day he’s not very good and never stays healthy so hard pass for me.  Better off with few young minimum guys competing for 4/5th spots.  

6 hours ago, BZski said:

I am saying get Yannick and #9 for #3

I’d rather have 20 and someone like gross matos on a rookie deal than pay Yannick 18 mil a year or whatever he’s going to want.  Better off signing Clowney and using 20 elsewhere if your ok with giving Yannick a huge deal really 

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SOB! They got him really cheap. Cheaper than what we paid Nick Williams. I have to say I would rather Harris over Williams.

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https://www.seattletimes.com/sports/seahawks/analysis-the-jadeveon-clowney-watch-continues-with-no-apparent-end-in-immediate-sight/

https://www.rotoworld.com/football/nfl/player/8067/jadeveon-clowney

 

The Seattle Times reports there's a "growing thought around the league" that free agent Jadeveon Clowney could wait until training camp to sign.

Clowney hasn’t come close to the $20 million AAV he's looking for in free agency. The latest reports have Seattle offering something in the $13-15 million per year range — far below his asking price. Coming off a down season with a lengthy injury history, it's not surprising Clowney hasn't had much outside interest to this point. Even if he waits out the market, Clowney looks headed for a one-year, prove-it deal. 

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18 minutes ago, flyguy1609 said:

https://www.seattletimes.com/sports/seahawks/analysis-the-jadeveon-clowney-watch-continues-with-no-apparent-end-in-immediate-sight/

https://www.rotoworld.com/football/nfl/player/8067/jadeveon-clowney

 

The Seattle Times reports there's a "growing thought around the league" that free agent Jadeveon Clowney could wait until training camp to sign.

Clowney hasn’t come close to the $20 million AAV he's looking for in free agency. The latest reports have Seattle offering something in the $13-15 million per year range — far below his asking price. Coming off a down season with a lengthy injury history, it's not surprising Clowney hasn't had much outside interest to this point. Even if he waits out the market, Clowney looks headed for a one-year, prove-it deal. 

The dude is such a drama queen. He is a good player that probably reads his scouting report every morning to believe he is this once in a generation talent. There is NOWAY he should get that contract based off production. Maybe this helps the Lions get Logan Ryan as I heard he is waiting to see if the Titans get Clowney to see if they can afford to bring him back there.

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Lions sign a couple of linebackers, Reggie Ragland and Elijah Lee. We'll see if they can beat anyone out

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12 hours ago, Superduperman said:

Lions sign a couple of linebackers, Reggie Ragland and Elijah Lee. We'll see if they can beat anyone out

If nothing else there will be some excellent competition between linebackers. I like Ragland.

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Ragland will be a rotational guy at jack. Lee is another strong piece for special teams.

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1 minute ago, Louis Friend said:

Lions signed former Packer WR Geronimo Allison. No contract details. 

Just saw it on Twitter lol

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