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1 hour ago, sdrawkcab321 said:

There’s no loyalty in sports lmao. He went out and got the most money he could get. The browns were in the wrong for not matching it or even franchising him to begin with. He could have been our replacement for joe when he retired. 

He didn’t go out and get the most money. Browns first offer was the biggest offer he got but he wanted to test the market and he came back disappointed that he didn’t get top RT money.he got pissy that when he set his value the browns changed their offer to match that, which was lower.
 

He wasn’t deserving of a franchise tag.

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2 hours ago, LETSGOBROWNIES said:

Our initial offer was reportedly more than what he signed for.

And we should have kept take offer on the table. How many tackles did we go through after he left? It was a crap show. 

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2 hours ago, sdrawkcab321 said:

And we should have kept take offer on the table. How many tackles did we go through after he left? It was a crap show. 

How many lineman in general?

worked out now. We have the best RT at the moment and a future LT

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Basically by not resigning Scwartz we ended up using multiple picks trying to replace him + having several years of terrible RT play + spending lots of money at that position for no return

 

The Schwartz dynamic is probably a top 3 reason why we've been so bad. Letting our good players go for no reason. 

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1 hour ago, roger murdock said:

Basically by not resigning Scwartz we ended up using multiple picks trying to replace him + having several years of terrible RT play + spending lots of money at that position for no return

Who are these picks?  Johnson and Coleman?  You’re sensationalizing the investment there.

As far as the money, we paid Hubbard, who looked damned solid this year when he played, so perhaps the issue was coaching as much as talent?

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The Schwartz dynamic is probably a top 3 reason why we've been so bad. Letting our good players go for no reason. 

I agree that we’ve let far too much talent walk, but there is a reason, even if it sucks.  Regime change.

Good, bad or indifferent, GM’s are going to clean house for “their guys”.  Haslam decides the best way to build a winner was to give each coach/gm one or two years to win, and they may or may not have their pick as to who they work with on the other side of things (GM’s saddled with coaches, coaches with GM’s).

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