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Old 08-03-2010, 02:49 PM   #91
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Re: why no extension?

some guy called into the fan earlier all pissed and calling McNabb a dickhead and everything, was kind of funny
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Old 08-03-2010, 02:55 PM   #92
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Is franchising him an option with the looming CBA lockout in 2011?
All I can point to is that there won't be any player movement prior to the start of the 2011 league year. And though that typically means March 1, that could be a lot closer to August or September next year.

Really. Boring. Offseason.
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Old 08-03-2010, 02:57 PM   #93
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All I can point to is that there won't be any player movement prior to the start of the 2011 league year. And though that typically means March 1, that could be a lot closer to August or September next year.

Really. Boring. Offseason.
So is that a yes, no, or I dunno?
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Old 08-03-2010, 03:05 PM   #94
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So is that a yes, no, or I dunno?
It's an I dunno. There's no franchise tag to use without a CBA. But there's also no free agency to have to protect them from.

In the absence of free agency, McNabb wouldn't be eligible to go to anyone else unless we allowed him to. We'd, essentially, own his rights until traded or retired or relased. Players won't play under a system like that, so that's why the easiest solution is to just postpone the league year until they can figure out what to do with the franchise tag.

They very well might get rid of it in a bargaining chip, but he's our quarterback. We don't need a franchise tag. If we want him, and pay him like we want him, he will stay.
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Old 08-03-2010, 03:10 PM   #95
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Did one of you guys just call in to The Fan?

Lavar and Dukes are smoking crack today!
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Old 08-03-2010, 03:43 PM   #96
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there might not be a "franchise tag" with no CBA. then the skins would be in trouble. they have to get this done, because the price just went up
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some guy called into the fan earlier all pissed and calling McNabb a dickhead and everything, was kind of funny
Did he also try to slip in a stealth promotion for a BBQ event?
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Old 08-03-2010, 04:10 PM   #98
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did he also try to slip in a stealth promotion for a bbq event?
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Old 08-03-2010, 04:41 PM   #99
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No kidding. Lavar and Dukes can't stop talking about it on the radio. They're asking fans to call in and voice their "concern". Ridiculous. Earlier on the Mike Wise show they dedicated the entire f-ing show to Colt Brennan.

Its really sad how they blow everything out of porportion.


it is their job as part of the media to speculate and come up with what if's, the idoits who call in thinking it's a done deal are the real dumbasses

and is one hour really enough for all that colt has given us???
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Or else....
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Old 08-03-2010, 05:17 PM   #101
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Patience grasshoppers...
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Old 08-03-2010, 06:35 PM   #102
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"They were 3-13 the year before they drafted me," McNabb told the Philadelphia Daily News. "The next year, we went 5-11 and then the next year we went 10-6. After that, we were winning 10, 11 games almost every year and going to the playoffs. Not only did we get spoiled as players, but the organization and the fans got spoiled, because that's what they were seeing every year."

McNabb says there's a very different attitude in Washington.

"You come here [to the Redskins], it's like, will we win more than four games? Will we make it to the playoffs? That's the thing that excites me because it's the [same kind of] challenge [as 1999]. That's the drive to lead this team to the playoffs."

McNabb also said that although he was sincere when he apologized on a Philadelphia radio station for leaving town without ever winning a Super Bowl, he also doesn't think players should be judged by whether they have a Super Bowl ring.

"Dan Marino never won a Super Bowl," McNabb said. "Same with Fran Tarkenton. Are their careers failures? Not at all. I would love to be like Dan Marino.""They were 3-13 the year before they drafted me," McNabb told the Philadelphia Daily News. "The next year, we went 5-11 and then the next year we went 10-6. After that, we were winning 10, 11 games almost every year and going to the playoffs. Not only did we get spoiled as players, but the organization and the fans got spoiled, because that's what they were seeing every year."

McNabb says there's a very different attitude in Washington.

"You come here [to the Redskins], it's like, will we win more than four games? Will we make it to the playoffs? That's the thing that excites me because it's the [same kind of] challenge [as 1999]. That's the drive to lead this team to the playoffs."

McNabb also said that although he was sincere when he apologized on a Philadelphia radio station for leaving town without ever winning a Super Bowl, he also doesn't think players should be judged by whether they have a Super Bowl ring.

"Dan Marino never won a Super Bowl," McNabb said. "Same with Fran Tarkenton. Are their careers failures? Not at all. I would love to be like Dan Marino."
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Old 08-03-2010, 06:57 PM   #103
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"They were 3-13 the year before they drafted me," McNabb told the Philadelphia Daily News. "The next year, we went 5-11 and then the next year we went 10-6. After that, we were winning 10, 11 games almost every year and going to the playoffs. Not only did we get spoiled as players, but the organization and the fans got spoiled, because that's what they were seeing every year."

McNabb says there's a very different attitude in Washington.

"You come here [to the Redskins], it's like, will we win more than four games? Will we make it to the playoffs? That's the thing that excites me because it's the [same kind of] challenge [as 1999]. That's the drive to lead this team to the playoffs."

McNabb also said that although he was sincere when he apologized on a Philadelphia radio station for leaving town without ever winning a Super Bowl, he also doesn't think players should be judged by whether they have a Super Bowl ring.

"Dan Marino never won a Super Bowl," McNabb said. "Same with Fran Tarkenton. Are their careers failures? Not at all. I would love to be like Dan Marino.""They were 3-13 the year before they drafted me," McNabb told the Philadelphia Daily News. "The next year, we went 5-11 and then the next year we went 10-6. After that, we were winning 10, 11 games almost every year and going to the playoffs. Not only did we get spoiled as players, but the organization and the fans got spoiled, because that's what they were seeing every year."

McNabb says there's a very different attitude in Washington.

"You come here [to the Redskins], it's like, will we win more than four games? Will we make it to the playoffs? That's the thing that excites me because it's the [same kind of] challenge [as 1999]. That's the drive to lead this team to the playoffs."

McNabb also said that although he was sincere when he apologized on a Philadelphia radio station for leaving town without ever winning a Super Bowl, he also doesn't think players should be judged by whether they have a Super Bowl ring.

"Dan Marino never won a Super Bowl," McNabb said. "Same with Fran Tarkenton. Are their careers failures? Not at all. I would love to be like Dan Marino."

just incase someone missed it the first or second time
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Old 08-03-2010, 07:31 PM   #104
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Lol!
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