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Old 01-09-2011, 11:32 PM   #31
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32 teams could use NA
And as of today 100's of threads are being started across fan bases everywhere with fans of respective franchises thinking they should go out and get Nnadmi.
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Old 01-09-2011, 11:38 PM   #32
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Re: Nnamdi Asomugha contract voided should Redskins go after him or do you think the price will be too high.

Did everyone really think that when Shanahan came in that was going to make us a playoff contender? Playoffs are won with quality players not coaches and we are very limited on quality players. Teams are good when they have above average line play and that we do not have!!!!!!! We need to start drafting young players on the both sides of the ball. Meaning defensive and offensive linemen. First we need to get younger!!!
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Old 01-10-2011, 12:12 AM   #33
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Re: Nnamdi Asomugha contract voided should Redskins go after him or do you think the price will be too high.

Absent a CBA with a salary cap we should without any doubt target him. A player of his skill doesn't hit the FA market usually.
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Old 01-10-2011, 12:43 AM   #34
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Rogers is just as old as he is but worse.
Ironically enough, they were born 4 days apart lol... July of 1981.

I say make a run for him. I'm not sure I want Buchanon all that much. Rogers is a pretty good corner to be honest, he can't catch a cold, but he still covers pretty well. Imagine NA, Rogers and Hall as your top corners, move Barnes to FS and Landry at SS. That's a top notch secondary if Barnes can make the transition.
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Old 01-10-2011, 12:52 AM   #35
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Ironically enough, they were born 4 days apart lol... July of 1981.

I say make a run for him. I'm not sure I want Buchanon all that much. Rogers is a pretty good corner to be honest, he can't catch a cold, but he still covers pretty well. Imagine NA, Rogers and Hall as your top corners, move Barnes to FS and Landry at SS. That's a top notch secondary if Barnes can make the transition.
Lol, I made that statement as a shot in the dark. Didn't even know that were born only 4 days apart. Hell, I had a hunch they were born in different years.

FYI: Oakland dreamed of someting similar with Hall and Asomugha, but Hall and man-coverage just couldn't make it work.
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Did everyone really think that when Shanahan came in that was going to make us a playoff contender? Playoffs are won with quality players not coaches and we are very limited on quality players. Teams are good when they have above average line play and that we do not have!!!!!!! We need to start drafting young players on the both sides of the ball. Meaning defensive and offensive linemen. First we need to get younger!!!
Man I have seen this post written on this board like 72 different ways.
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NA is the type of player that you sign if you are 2-3 pieces away from being a true contender. We just have too many holes to throw that much money at one position.
completely agree.

we can get alot more for our money... we need bulding blocks. no one player is going to spring us into contention. sure it would be nice to have him for five years, but how much can one corner really do for us.
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Old 01-10-2011, 07:48 AM   #38
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If money is no issue, then yes, go get him -- but get Haloti Ngata from the Ravens too.

D-line needs more help than the secondary.
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If money is no issue, then yes, go get him -- but get Haloti Ngata from the Ravens too.

D-line needs more help than the secondary.
Buy 'em all, we've heard nothing about a salary cap being reinstated. Until that happens, you have to assume there won't be one.
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Re: Nnamdi Asomugha contract voided should Redskins go after him or do you think the price will be too high.

There will be plenty of time for front offices around the league to consider Asomugha.
First off, no team is even permitted to pursue a free agent until the end of the current NFL year, March 5th I think. So no team can even approach Asomugha until that date.

Also, the current CBA extenstion EXPIRES in March. If there is not a new CBA in place, then there is a lockout.

I also suspect that free agents around the league will abstain from signing any new contracts until a new CBA is in place, since that agreement will most certainly address veteran defintiions and salary caps as well as a rookie wage scale.

And those of you dreaming of a league WITHOUT a salary cap? Dream on, that is first and foremost on the owners agendas is that salary cap. Without a salary cap, the owners will proceed with a lockout.

So plenty of time for teams to consider Asomugha.

Also, can you imagine what the "market price" will be for a DB this year now that both Asomugha and Champ Bailey are Free Agents?

Wow.
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lets go get him ,shut down corners hard to find plus we can blitz more with him...
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Re: Nnamdi Asomugha contract voided should Redskins go after him or do you think the price will be too high.

Will someone please shed some light on the current rules in place under the CBA which expires the end of March as it pertains to the 2011 FA class. It is my understanding that the existing rules under the expiring CBA governs the draft, but does the same hold true for FA's? In other words, will teams be able to actively pursue FA's without a new agreement?

Asomugha is a very good player that I'd love to see in B&G though he will command a high price. He'd be a fine addition if we only needed him to make us a contender. We have so many areas of need.
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Will someone please shed some light on the current rules in place under the CBA which expires the end of March as it pertains to the 2011 FA class. It is my understanding that the existing rules under the expiring CBA governs the draft, but does the same hold true for FA's? In other words, will teams be able to actively pursue FA's without a new agreement?

Asomugha is a very good player that I'd love to see in B&G though he will command a high price. He'd be a fine addition if we only needed him to make us a contender. We have so many areas of need.
All I know for sure is what I have heard in that the LAST thing that will officially take place under the CBA is the NFL draft. After that, everything is dependent on a new CBA. I don't even think they can sign draft picks until a new agreement is in place.

And it makes no sense to sign a free agent when no one knows what it will look like.
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All I know for sure is what I have heard in that the LAST thing that will officially take place under the CBA is the NFL draft. After that, everything is dependent on a new CBA. I don't even think they can sign draft picks until a new agreement is in place.

And it makes no sense to sign a free agent when no one knows what it will look like.
Per: ESPN's Adam Scheftner, no new CBA no FA signings. Everything relevant to free agency is dependent on a new CBA getting done.

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Re: Nnamdi Asomugha contract voided should Redskins go after him or do you think the price will be too high.

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Per: EPPN's Adam Scheftner, no new CBA no FA signings. Everything relevant to free agency is dependent on a new CBA getting done.

Adam Schefter: Playoffs are a last bit of normal NFL - ESPN
Thats all I keep hearing. If there is not a CBA done prior to the draft then free agency basically will be held off till after the draft and after the new CBA gets done. The draft should continue as planned though.

I remember a few yrs ago though people talking about what would happen with out a CBA and I thought at one point even the draft would be eliminated and players could sign with whatever team they wanted to. In other words to the highest bidder. Whatever happened to that train of thought?
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