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Gerald McCoy Released

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Just now, Falconsin2012 said:

Why?  If you want McCoy, you need cash.  Those 2 cuts free up 4.2 million.

Ignoring how valuable Wes may or may not be, who punts?

 

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Just now, hjerry said:

Ignoring how valuable Wes may or may not be, who punts?

 

Wes is a luxury we can sacrifice for a starting DT.  Bosher was below average last year so sign a new one for a mill

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Just now, Falconsin2012 said:

Wes is a luxury we can sacrifice for a starting DT.  Bosher was below average last year so sign a new one for a mill

new one, right

who?

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1 minute ago, hjerry said:

Umm, 16-0 Here we come?

and would probably win the last game and suck at failing 1-15

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Just now, BoomGoesTheDynamite said:

You forgot the preseason games. You dream wrecker, you.

You go the other way and say I forgot the postseason games too if we're really technical

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2 minutes ago, Falconsin2012 said:

I think Bryan Anger is still a FA

BRYAN ANGERP, UNSIGNED FREE AGENT
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Bucs released P Bryan Anger.

Anger was due $3 million after finishing as PFF's No. 22-graded punter last season. Anger placed only 16 of his 57 punts inside the opposing 20-yard line, which ranked 30th in the league.

Mar 12, 2019, 5:31 PM ET

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6 minutes ago, Yo_Lover said:

How do the Browns and Jags make sense? Browns haven't proven **** and Jags fell off a cliff.

They ( the browns) are the trendy pick.

They have a lot of talent but  they are still the browns until they prove it over  a couple of  seasons

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1 minute ago, hjerry said:
BRYAN ANGERP, UNSIGNED FREE AGENT
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Bucs released P Bryan Anger.

Anger was due $3 million after finishing as PFF's No. 22-graded punter last season. Anger placed only 16 of his 57 punts inside the opposing 20-yard line, which ranked 30th in the league.

Mar 12, 2019, 5:31 PM ET

Forever known as the guy drafted by the Jags over Russell Wilson

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1 minute ago, hjerry said:
BRYAN ANGERP, UNSIGNED FREE AGENT
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Bucs released P Bryan Anger.

Anger was due $3 million after finishing as PFF's No. 22-graded punter last season. Anger placed only 16 of his 57 punts inside the opposing 20-yard line, which ranked 30th in the league.

Mar 12, 2019, 5:31 PM ET

So we can get him if he takes a million.   He is still better than Bosher

 

Name Team Long Field Avg Short Field Avg
Shance Lechler Texans 52.22 76.59%
Marquette King Raiders 50.56 77.82%
Britton Colquitt Browns 50.40 77.55%
Thomas Morstead Saints 49.74 77.90%
Lac Edwards Jets 49.67 77.08%
Johnny Hekker Rams 50.88 74.93%
Andy Lee Cardinals 50.05 75.38%
Chris Jones Cowboys 48.36 77.74%
Riley Dixon Broncos 45.04 83.01%
Rigoberto Sanchez Colts 47.54 76.92%
Drew Kaser Chargers 52.66 69.27%
Kevin Huber Bengals 48.38 74.95%
Jeff Locke Lions 47.33 76.59%
Pat O’Donnell Bears 49.71 72.59%
Michael Palardy Panthers 49.10 73.43%
Sam Koch Ravens 47.91 74.53%
Tress Way Redskins 48.45 73.42%
Brett Kern Titans 50.98 69.65%
Bryan Anger Buccaneers 48.67 72.15%
Colton Schmidt Bills 46.65 75.07%
Donnie Jones Eagles 46.38 75.23%
Jon Ryan Seahawks 46.71 74.71%
Bradley Pinion 49ers 46.61 74.74%
Ryan Allen Patriots 47.30 73.07%
Jordan Berry Steelers 47.13 72.90%
Matt Haack Dolphins 46.78 72.92%
Dustin Colquitt Chiefs 50.65 67.08%
Matt Bosher Falcons 46.88 72.16%
Ryan Quigley Vikings 45.45 74.06%
Justin Vogel Packers 45.73 71.53%
Brad Nortman Jaguars 46.06 70.22%
Brad Wing Giants 44.95 69.74%

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1 hour ago, Atlantafan21 said:

So you’re saying there’s a chance??? 

Even the Pats believed in chances with those odds!

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6 minutes ago, falconsd56 said:

They ( the browns) are the trendy pick.

They have a lot of talent but  they are still the browns until they prove it over  a couple of  seasons

Gonna be funny when they are .500 or worse this year.  Tired of hearing about them

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2 minutes ago, Falconsin2012 said:

Gonna be funny when they are .500 or worse this year.  Tired of hearing about them

Yup

 

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Posted (edited)

At people posting Jarrett, Julio etc deals would prevent us from taking a 2 year flier contract in our SB window on McCoy; with a favorable year 1 cap hit:

Those deals would help our 2019 cap space most likely and we’ve got Ryan Schraeder’s hit coming off the books in 2 weeks lol

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Davison, Senat, Hageman, Jarret, McCoy at DT in 53man; alternate which one is inactive weekly between Hageman or Senat; even if Hageman makes roster over Crawford?

Cominsky is a year 1 stash and could redshirt all year on gameday inactive list; can be listed at DE to make people feel better

Carry 5 DTs...cut the 6th if it’s Hageman?

We got training camp to determine who #5 is and who the #6 cut is...

Note-

Only Takk, Senat and Cominsky are currently on contract next year along the entire DL

AC, VB and Means are on 1 year deals at DE

Davison, Hageman, Crawford, and GJ on 1 year deals as of this post...McCoy would be for 1 or 2 year max in a SB run as pass rush Depth; that is worth it

especially with our DEs needing help finishing. 

McCoy instantly would be the BEST guy to duo with GJ in 2019

Crawford or Hageman the 3rd rusher; whoever makes 53 man and Senat/Davison your 1T run stoppers

10 total DL on 53man-

DE- AC/VB/Takk/Means/Cominsky(inactive)

DT-

GJ/GM/TD/Senat/Hageman or Crawford as #5

Edited by Ergo Proxy

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Has anyone considered the salary cap consequences and all the current roster players we would t have money to resign over the next couple of years if we did find a way to sign him ?

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4 minutes ago, Ergo Proxy said:

At people posting Jarrett, Julio etc deals would prevent us from taking a 2 year flier contract in our SB window on McCoy; with a favorable year 1 cap hit:

Those deals would help our 2019 cap space most likely and we’ve got Ryan Schraeder’s hit coming off the books in 2 weeks lol

I have zero clue about how the salary cap works. Though I believe if the Falcons really wanted McCoy, they'd find a way to get him. Or at least try really hard.

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8 minutes ago, Ergo Proxy said:

At people posting Jarrett, Julio etc deals would prevent us from taking a 2 year flier contract in our SB window on McCoy; with a favorable year 1 cap hit:

Those deals would help our 2019 cap space most likely and we’ve got Ryan Schraeder’s hit coming off the books in 2 weeks lol

TD will earn his keep the next 12 months.  He has to address 5 major contracts

- 2 fringe 20 million a year contracts

- 1 contract in the 15-18 million a year avg

- 1 contract in the 10 million a year average

- 1 contract in the 8 million a year average

 

I suspect we let one of them walk

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