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  1. Wilson isnt that much younger is he? He came into the league at 26 yrs old. He's about to be 29. And he's a running QB so he's probably in a similar spot to Ryan career wise considering the wear and tear of a running QB vs pocket passer.
  2. Tyreek Hill right now is better than Devin Hester right now. It's unlikely we'll see him, but still need to get it cleaned up just in case.
  3. 35 and 11 was over a 2 game stretch http://www.nba.com/hawks/news/schroder-leads-germany-second-straight-win
  4. Dude that's awesome! Big smile on my face right now. Thanks.
  5. Pick 2 = Clowney, so your logic is incorrect. It should be: pick 6 + Osi > Pick 2 Or pick 6 + Osi > Clowney
  6. I have no problem with Peters. It wouldn't mind at all if we re-sign him to a reasonable contract. As of now though, he is not under contract and neither are Babs or Jerry, so we pretty much have a clean house until we find out whether they are going to be re-signed or not. To me, that provides an opportunity to adjust our DLine significantly.
  7. Just wanted to point out, we don't really have any defensive tackles at the moment. I think Robertson and Repogle are the only ones on the roster. If we pick up the right DTs, Johnson could be a great pickup. The idea he may sign for less than $10 mil a year is actually a huge selling point for me. Sorry to Osi, but if we clear Osi's salary and sign Johnson, it's a no brainer upgrade to me. Especially when you consider we could add Joseph AND Donald or some similar combination. Johnson, plus the right DTs would make our line ridiculously better.
  8. Byrd would be great, but even it we create a ton of cap room by cutting Samuel, Decoud, Nicholas, etc. we still need to put that money into the front 7, period. Primarily the interior of the D Line. Our secondary is a strength. Its young and talented and considering Moore, Trufant, and Alford's contract status, will remain a strength for the next 3 years at least. My preference is to add a safety in the draft this year, resign McClain for 3 years at a couple mil a year, and then call it a day. Franks would be a cheap vet resign to fill the last spot, but that's trivial. In the draft, I wou
  9. fair point. But if you look at it from a business perspective and a personal perspective(for Robiskie), he's probably not going to see any play time(business side of things), and you could do worse than a second round pick as you're 5th or 6th receiver(a vote towards gaining that personal benefit). If he can play special teams, he would fit. Not saying it will happen, just that it would make some sense if it did.
  10. If I was coach Robiskie ide be begging the FO to bring him in. Letting him learn under the likes of Roddy and Julio would be giving him every chance to succeed, and as a father that's the ultimate goal.
  11. Fair enough. There might be some useful info here, but it sounds like someone might have gotten their details crossed somewhere along the way.
  12. It actually says the Falcons would want Milliner at 6. It also says the Browns would trade the pick if Milliner was not there at 6. So really this article makes absolutely no sense.
  13. This article says the Browns want Mingo at 30, it doesn't say who the Falcons would want at 6.
  14. It doesn't sound like he really wants to come back. I feel like it would be big of TD and co. to let him stay home and have no doubts about retiring as a Chief. Would be better for the team and for Tony.
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