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    Nick Foles to the Jaguars looks like a done deal, unless he pulls a DeAndre Jordan on them.

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    Nick Foles to the Jaguars looks like a done deal, unless he pulls a DeAndre Jordan on them.
    Yes.

    https://deadspin.com/report-nick-fol...-en-1833022264
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    Nick gonna bring that BDE to Sacksonville, just after their super bowl window closed
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    Clowney tagged
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    Lawrence tagged. Hopefully he gets traded for a mid-high 1st

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    Patriots cut shitty Dwayne Allen. Next up need to extent Brady to lower his cap hit, cut Clayborn and restructure McCourty/Gronk (assuming Gronk doesn’t retire). That probably creates another $10mm in cap space and makes it more likely that they can retain Flowers. Trent Brown is as good as gone and I’m curious why they didn’t franchise Gostkowski. He might be gone too.
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    Case Keenum traded to the Redskins

    crofl "upgrading" from colt mccoy by acquiring marginally better version of colt mccoy

    still cant believe denver actually traded for flacco

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    also... looks like the AB trade is bound to happen by tomorrow. raiders keep popping up as an interested party, and both the titans and redskins have "withdrawn" from the sweepstakes so its looking more likely. reports have said nobody has offered a first for him.

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    Poor AB he messed up with Big Ben and now will have Derek Carr........the dude fucked up.

    BUT......the Raiders will be in more come from behind must throw games so.....hmmmm?

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    Raiders just paid Trent Brown a shitload of money. a year after spending their first round pick on that turd Kolton Miller, who predictably struggled

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    No surprise at all that the Patriots were going to let Brown go when they have Isaiah Wynn waiting in the wings as his replacement. I can't believe that a team made him the highest paid o-lineman in the NFL though, at least when the Giants did it with Solder a year ago Solder was (maybe wrongfully) considered a near elite LT, Brown was probably an above average starter last year who had an assistant coach who's maybe the best in NFL history at coaching up offensive linemen.

    If this is any indication of how free agency goes this year then not optimistic New England will be able to keep Flowers.

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    No surprise at all that the Patriots were going to let Brown go when they have Isaiah Wynn waiting in the wings as his replacement. I can't believe that a team made him the highest paid o-lineman in the NFL though, at least when the Giants did it with Solder a year ago Solder was (maybe wrongfully) considered a near elite LT, Brown was probably an above average starter last year who had an assistant coach who's maybe the best in NFL history at coaching up offensive linemen.

    If this is any indication of how free agency goes this year then not optimistic New England will be able to keep Flowers.
    seeing solder and brown get monster contracts in consecutive years, while the pats have their first round pick replacement waiting in the wings is just another sign that the pats are doing it right and will continue to succeed. meanwhile the raiders had their first round pick tackle play so poorly that they felt the need to overpay a free agent.

    gruden/cable really did a number on our OL.

    1) miller was always a reach where he was taken. they really wanted mcglinchey and panicked when he didnt make it to them in the draft. he was better fit to play RT in the NFL, so at least they have a chance to right that wrong
    2) they insisted on playing miller at LT immediately when they still had a capable donald penn. they instead chose to shift penn to right (where he has NEVER played) to accommodate the unproven rookie. penn was awful at RT then got injured. miller flopped at LT
    3) now instead of just admitting the mistake and moving Penn back to LT, they're likely going to release Penn to clear up some of the space they needed to sign Brown. only good explanation is that Penn is old/declining and coming off injury while brown is young and coming off a career year

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    No surprise at all that the Patriots were going to let Brown go when they have Isaiah Wynn waiting in the wings as his replacement. I can't believe that a team made him the highest paid o-lineman in the NFL though, at least when the Giants did it with Solder a year ago Solder was (maybe wrongfully) considered a near elite LT, Brown was probably an above average starter last year who had an assistant coach who's maybe the best in NFL history at coaching up offensive linemen.

    If this is any indication of how free agency goes this year then not optimistic New England will be able to keep Flowers.
    no issue... you get 2 more third round comp picks in 2020 after having 2 third round comp picks this year! Talk about a luxury of riches

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    What can be done about a player refusing to go where he was traded? Brown wasn't going to play in Buffalo, I did think he'd rebel over that. You don't want a guy who makes it real clear he doesn't want to be there. I guess not a lot actually.

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    landon collins 6yr 84 million with 45mil gtd for someone who cant cover in a passing league. lmao redskins
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    Bengals paying CJ Uzomah 3 years 18 mil? what does he even do

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    this is somewhat of a relief. no signing bonus



    year 3 is for 14 mil, and year 4 would be for 15.25 mil, both effectively as team options

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    Will Hunting

    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap300...-fiveyear-deal


    Bam. Loins going hard after ExPats today; also got Amendola. $16 Million/year seems like a relative discount considering the going rate lately.


    Patriots 99% certain to receive 2 third-round compensatory picks in 2020.

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    imo the GOAT tweet


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    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap300...-fiveyear-deal


    Bam. Loins going hard after ExPats today; also got Amendola. $16 Million/year seems like a relative discount considering the going rate lately.


    Patriots 99% certain to receive 2 third-round compensatory picks in 2020.
    where are you getting 16,000,000?
    and how the hell is that a "discount"?

    ah...nm...thought you were talking about Amendola
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    this is somewhat of a relief. no signing bonus



    year 3 is for 14 mil, and year 4 would be for 15.25 mil, both effectively as team options
    His agent fucked that one up IMO, not a chance Oakland is going to pay him those salaries in years 3 or 4.

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    Will Hunting

    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap300...-fiveyear-deal


    Bam. Loins going hard after ExPats today; also got Amendola. $16 Million/year seems like a relative discount considering the going rate lately.


    Patriots 99% certain to receive 2 third-round compensatory picks in 2020.
    Matt Patricia is more or less following the playbook of every way a former Belichick assistant can fuck up in his first head coaching job. Build less through the draft and more through overpaying ex-Pats in free agency, try to run the same system as Belichick runs in New England regardless of whether or not it fits the personnel, etc.

    Paying Flowers $16mm a year is pure insanity, and I don't see why Amendola is a good fit for Detroit at all. Seems like Patricia is just trying to win by signing ex-Patriots.

    Meanwhile, it's encouraging for Brian Flores that the Dolphins cut Amendola (who was a horrible fit for them). Shows he won't fawn over ex-Patriots the way other former Belichick assistant coaches do.

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    His agent fucked that one up IMO, not a chance Oakland is going to pay him those salaries in years 3 or 4.
    antonio brown's deal also looks like he's basically locked in for 2 years and can be cut for nothing in the 3rd year. due to our shit drafting, we dont really have a lot of guys on rookie scale deals who are going to be "due" big raises. the only guys i can think of who are remotely in that position would be karl joseph and gareon conley, but they're a few years out. joseph has been pretty average and has jumped in and out of the starting lineup, but the raiders are picking up his 5th year option so he's locked through 2020. conley is in the same boat and will be locked in through 2021, provided they also pick up his option
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    the Lions paying a nickel corner $9 million a year

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    Matt Patricia is more or less following the playbook of every way a former Belichick assistant can fuck up in his first head coaching job. Build less through the draft and more through overpaying ex-Pats in free agency, try to run the same system as Belichick runs in New England regardless of whether or not it fits the personnel, etc.

    Paying Flowers $16mm a year is pure insanity, and I don't see why Amendola is a good fit for Detroit at all. Seems like Patricia is just trying to win by signing ex-Patriots.

    Meanwhile, it's encouraging for Brian Flores that the Dolphins cut Amendola (who was a horrible fit for them). Shows he won't fawn over ex-Patriots the way other former Belichick assistant coaches do.
    I agree, but... Greg Schiano , when they literally could have had any DC


    I remember his time with Tampa... he was the laughing stock of the league:

    https://www.sbnation.com/2013/10/23/...reaking-madden

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