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5 minutes ago, Matts4313 said:

4 years? He played in 2018. Its only 1 year. Plenty of people miss a year. 

Seems like it’s been a lot longer. Weird.

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8 minutes ago, Matts4313 said:

4 years? He played in 2018. Its only 1 year. Plenty of people miss a year. 

My point is RG has played in 28 games total and missed basically missed 3 of the past 4 yrs, so nobody really knows what we’re going to get here. I’m hopeful he can return and perform like he did in ‘18. But, he’s a wildcard at this point imo.

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8 minutes ago, WizardHawk said:

My point is RG has played in 28 games total and missed basically missed 3 of the past 4 yrs, so nobody really knows what we’re going to get here. I’m hopeful he can return and perform like he did in ‘18. But, he’s a wildcard at this point imo.

I agree that RG is a wildcard.  But there's nothing but upside here.  Potentially big upside.

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Who is going to have more sacks this season? Clowney or 20 million in unused cap space?

 

 

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3 minutes ago, DaBoys said:

Who is going to have more sacks this season? Clowney or 20 million in unused cap space?

 

 

I would take that unused cap space and put it towards Joey Bosa next year.

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Just now, eagles suck said:

I would take that unused cap space and put it towards Joey Bosa next year.

Now you're talking

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54 minutes ago, DaBoys said:

Who is going to have more sacks this season? Clowney or 20 million in unused cap space?

 

 

Probably be pretty close, tbh

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17 hours ago, eagles suck said:

I would take that unused cap space and put it towards Joey Bosa next year.

Bet he’s tagged and untouchable 

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1 minute ago, textaz03 said:

Bet he’s tagged and untouchable 

Seriously though. Better chance of the Mavs signing Lebron James at some point in the indefinite future than the Cowboys signing an untagged UFA Joey Bosa at the end of his rookie contract.

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1 hour ago, matt79511 said:

Seriously though. Better chance of the Mavs signing Lebron James at some point in the indefinite future than the Cowboys signing an untagged UFA Joey Bosa at the end of his rookie contract.

There is the trade possibility. Last year of contract, set to make a pay day, wouldn't be the first time a team made the trade and cut ties

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The Chargers have close to $130m in cap space next year. I bet they can squeeze Bosa in somehow.

Of course they could use the Dallas model for success too..... develop him, have him turn into one of the league's best at his position. Have the money to re-sign him and let him walk. 

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1 hour ago, WizardHawk said:

The Chargers have close to $130m in cap space next year. I bet they can squeeze Bosa in somehow.

Of course they could use the Dallas model for success too..... develop him, have him turn into one of the league's best at his position. Have the money to re-sign him and let him walk. 

Exactly. I don't have to imagine a team loaded with cap space letting pro bowlers go for a 3rd round pick. I see it happening in Dallas, and the Charges have a reputation 

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14 hours ago, WizardHawk said:

Not bad.

no, not bad at all!

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