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  1. Oluokun is still under contract for the 2021 season, with a cap-hit of $956,658. He does become an UFA in 2022. Foyesade Oluokun Contract Breakdowns, Salary Cap Figures, Salaries, Bonuses | Spotrac
  2. Philadelphia Eagles release Jamon Brown for rules violation 2:44 PM ET Tim McManusESPN Staff Writer PHILADELPHIA -- The Philadelphia Eagles released offensive lineman Jamon Brown from their practice squad Monday. The move was a result of Brown violating team rules, a source said. According to reporter Derrick Gunn, Brown was thrown out of the team hotel by the Eagles' head of security Saturday for conduct detrimental to the team. The Eagles signed Brown, 27, off the Chicago Bears' practice squad in September. He struggled
  3. Talk about a nightmare free agent signing. The Falcons signed Jamon Brown in 2019 to a 3-year, $18,750,000 contract, with $12,750,000 guaranteed. Brown only played one season with the Falcons and got cut before the beginning of the 2020 season. Although Brown did not play for the Falcons in 2020, Atlanta still had to pay him $4,750,000 in 2020, the remainder of his guaranteed money, and took a total 2020 cap-hit of $6,583,333 for Brown.
  4. Glenn Erby Mon, December 7, 2020, 10:11 AM EST The Philadelphia Eagles are engulfed in controversy and the bad decisions go beyond the quarterback room. Derrick Gunn is reporting that practice squad offensive linemen Jamon Brown was booted from the team hotel and sent back to Philadelphia for conduct detrimental to the team. Gunn is also reporting that Brown is no longer a member of the Eagles organization. Brown was released by the Eagles after a Week 6 performance that saw him surrender two s
  5. Didn't know about this new CBA rule whereby cuts before week 10 no longer impact the compensatory formula. This is probably true, because OvertheCap still projects Atlanta receiving a 5th-round comp pick for Beasley. In addition, OTC projects that Atlanta will also receive a 5th-round comp pick for Campbell, a 6th-round pick for Schweitzer, and a 7th-rounder for Clayborn. Losing Hooper got cancelled-out by signing Fowler. https://overthecap.com/compensatory-draft-picks-cancellation-chart/
  6. How did you find that out from this thread? I've always pictured him in my mind as an old, white fart.
  7. Yep Charles Wright does look like an older version of Bill Clinton. In my younger days (many years ago) people said that I looked a lot like Glen Campbell. In my older days, strangers have come up to me and asked if I was Dan Reeves.
  8. The following pic was taken last year. https://www.imageupload.net/search/images/?
  9. Thanks ya_ boi_ i for creating this topic thread. It's always good to know more about the people behind the Poster monikers. I recall a few of these types of threads over the years, and have always enjoyed them. I am a retired college teacher and have lived in Georgia all of my life, except for a brief 1-year excursion into Tenn. I've been a fan of the Falcons since the team's inception in 1966. I'm also a big fan of the Georgia Bulldogs, my alma mater. My top two priorities in life are God and family. I've been married to the same woman for 48 years, and have 2 daughters and 2 grand
  10. Praying that your wife will have a very successful surgery, that she will have a full recovery, and that God's blessings, comfort, and peace will envelop both of you.
  11. Thomas Dimitroff: Kendall Sheffield has makings of a No. 1 cornerback Josh Alper ProFootball Talk on NBC SportsApril 20, 2020, 11:10 AM EDT In Monday’s edition of Football Morning in America, Peter King reported that the worst-kept secret in this year’s draft is that the Falcons want to trade up in order to take one of the top cornerbacks in this year’s class. There’s been plenty of other chatter about the Falcons’ desire to move up, which supports the idea that the team hasn’t been doing much to disguise their intentions about picking higher than No.
  12. 1. Javon Kinlaw 2. CJ Henderson 3. K'Lavon Chaisson 4. Antoine Winfield 5. Jeff Gladney 6. Curtis Weaver 7. Terrell Lewis 8. Zack Baun 9. Matt Hennessy 10 Nick Harris 11 Isaiah Simmons 12 Justin Madubuike 13 Jonathan Greenard 14 Jeffrey Okudah 15 Kenny Willekes 16 Logan Wilson 17 Davion Taylor 18 Kendle Vildor 19 Jaylon Johnson 20 Kenneth Murray 1st: CB, DE, LB, DT, S, OG 2nd: CB, DE 3rd: CB
  13. I would love to have Simmons too, but I think that it would cost the Falcons not only our 1st round pick, but also our second and third round picks. If Simmons makes it past the Giants at #4, then Carolina would be salivating to take him at #7. Therefore, the Falcons would have to move-up to #6 in a trade with the Chargers. To move-up from #16 to #6 will cost 600 net points according to the trade value chart. Therefore, the Falcons would also have to give-up its second-round pick worth 430 points and its third-round pick worth 200 points to induce the Chargers, who are in desperate need of a
  14. Thanks, I didn't think Ashtyn Davis would have been ranked that high by some. I thought McKinney, Delpit, Winfield, Duggar, and Chinn would all be ranked higher than Davis by most.
  15. Several reasons for the WR/Returner pick. Atlanta currently has no Punt Returner on its roster. Neither Barner nor Hardy were re-signed. Aiyuk was one of the best Kick-off and Punt Returners in college football last season. He is also a very good and productive WR, who could easily become the Falcons #3 WR. Also this draft class is very deep in WR, so a team should be able to get good value on a WR even into the third and fourth rounds. But, I also like the RBs in this draft too. My favorite value RB pick is Edwards-Helaire, but I do like Akers too.
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