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Old 07-27-2011, 02:20 PM   #91
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HORRIBLE deal for Arizona.
Great...........The NFC east is locked up by the Eagles. Cowboys and Giants battle for second and last but not least the .......... WASHINGTON REDSKINS..........for the fourth straight year!
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HORRIBLE deal for Arizona.
Depends on what the pick is. If it's a 2nd or 3rd rounder it could be a good deal. Not if it's a first though....
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Great...........The NFC east is locked up by the Eagles. Cowboys and Giants battle for second and last but not least the .......... WASHINGTON REDSKINS..........for the fourth straight year!
Why don't we wait until we see the final rosters before jumping to conclusions?


Besides, now Philly has no backup behind a QB who runs and gets injured often, plus their star WR is holding out.
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Re-signing Shawn Suisham is a "priority" for the Steelers.


Now I've heard it all.

Ed: Steelers Priorities Are Taylor, Colon, Scott, Suisham; Forget Tiki
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Looks like the Eagles continue their streak of robbing other teams on trade deals...

"Adam Schefter
Look for Kevin Kolb being traded to Arizona for Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and a draft pick by the end of the week."
Yeah. Everyone talks about how the Skins get fleeced (and we do). We aren't the only ones.

So, for two QB's - one past his prime and one not sure to have a prime - they have received a 2nd, 4th, a starting corner and likely another 2nd round pick.

Hate their fans, but their front office knows how to manage players (generally).
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Per Adam Schefter: Filed to ESPN: Broncos traded WR Jabar Gaffney to Washington for DE jeremy Jarmon.
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Why don't we wait until we see the final rosters before jumping to conclusions?


Besides, now Philly has no backup behind a QB who runs and gets injured often, plus their star WR is holding out.
Plenty of back ups available, hell they might get VY.
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Why don't we wait until we see the final rosters before jumping to conclusions?


Besides, now Philly has no backup behind a QB who runs and gets injured often, plus their star WR is holding out.
Fine ;(
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How do you justify giving up DRC for Kolb? I would never!! Even on Madden
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Pretty much sums up any Kolb trade that Arizona foolishly makes.
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Pretty much sums up any Kolb trade that Arizona foolishly does.
Well, say what you want about the NFC West, but Kolb is going to terrorize it after being a bit INT happy in the NFC East.

I don't know what to think of DRC. He's an ascending player, but it certainly wouldn't be surprising if he went to tougher competition and just gets toasted over and over again. He's got ability, but could go either way at this point. And the Eagles have a lot less talent around him and Samuel than one would think.
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I'd take Jake Delhomme over Vince Young any day.
jake Delhomme wouldn't take himself over anybody C'mon he's DONE
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Posted by Gregg Rosenthal on July 27, 2011, 1:39 AM EDT
Free agent agreements and signings will be flying fast and furious in the coming weeks.
Check back here early and often for links to PFT posts on every acquisition.
Arizona Cardinals
Tight End Jeff King (Panthers) agreed to terms. (7/27)
Atlanta Falcons
Linebacker Stephen Nicholas (Falcons) agreed to a five-year contract. (7/27)
Baltimore Ravens
Guard Marshall Yanda (Ravens) agreed to a five-year, $32 million contract, including $21 million in the first three years. (7/26)
Buffalo Bills
Quarterback Tyler Thigpen (Dolphins) agreed to three-year deal. (7/26)
Carolina Panthers
Defensive end Charles Johnson (Panthers) agreed to six-year, $76 million deal, including $32 million guaranteed. (7/26)
Safety Kevin Payne (Bears) agreed to terms. (7/26)
Defensive Tackle Ron Edwards (Chiefs) agreed to a three-year, $8.25 million deal. (7/27)
Running Back DeAngelo Williams (Panthers) agreed to a five-year, $42 million deal, including $21 million guaranteed. (7/27)
Kicker Olindo Mare (Seahawks) agreed to a four-year, $12 million contract, including a $4 million signing bonus. (7/27)

Chicago Bears
Cincinnati Bengals
Cleveland Browns
Dallas Cowboys
Tackle Doug Free (Cowboys) agreed to a four-year, $32 million contract, including $17 million guaranteed. (7/26)
Denver Broncos
Defensive lineman Jeremy Jarmon (Redskins) acquired in exchange for wideout Jabar Gaffey. (7/27)
Detroit Lions
Kicker Dave Rayner (Lions) agreed to a one-year contract. (7/26)
Green Bay Packers
Kicker Mason Crosby (Packers) agreed to a five-year, $14.75 million deal, including $3 million guaranteed. (7/27)
Houston Texans
Defensive lineman Damione Lewis (Texans) agreed to a one-year contract. (7/26)
Receiver Jacoby Jones (Texans) agreed to a three-year, $10.5 million contract. (7/27)
Tackle Rashad Butler (Texans) agreed to a two-year, $3.8 million contract. (7/27)
Indianapolis Colts
Quarterback Nate Davis (49ers) agreed to a two year deal. (7/26)
Jacksonville Jaguars
Linebacker Paul Poslusnzy (Bills) agreed to a six-year, $42 million contract. (7/26)
Kansas City Chiefs
Center Casey Wiegmann (Chiefs) agreed to a one-year deal. (7/26)
Wide Receiver Terrance Copper (Chiefs) agreed yo a three-year deal. (7/26)
Miami Dolphins
Minnesota Vikings
Receiver Devin Aromashadu (Bears) agreed to terms. (7/26)
New England Patriots
New Orleans Saints
Wide Receiver Lance Moore (Saints) agreed to a five-year deal. (7/27)
Linebacker Will Herring (Seahawks) agreed to terms. (7/27)
New York Giants
Guard/Tackle Kevin Boothe (Giants) agreed to a two-year contract. (7/26)
Center David Bass (49ers) agreed to terms. (7/27)
New York Jets
Tackle Wayne Hunter (Jets) agreed to a four-year, $13 million deal. (7/26)
Wide Receiver Santonio Holmes (Jets) agreed to a five-year, $50 million deal, including $24 million guaranteed. (7/27)
Oakland Raiders
Defensive end Jarvis Moss (Raiders) agreed to a one-year, $1.25 million deal. (7/26)
Philadelphia Eagles
Pittsburgh Steelers
Cornerback Ike Taylor (Steelers) agreed to a four-year contract. (7/26)
San Diego Chargers
Linebacker Takeo Spikes (49ers) agreed to a three-year contract. (7/26)
Tackle Jeromy Clary (Chargers) agreed to a four-year, $20 million contract, including $8.5 million in 2011 pay. (7/26)
Tight End Randy McMichael (Chargers) agreed to a one-year contract. (7/26)
Safety Eric Weddle (Chargers) agreed to a five-year, $40 million contract, including $19 million guaranteed. (7/27)
San Francisco 49ers
Quarterback Alex Smith (49ers) agreed to a one-year contract. (7/26)
Seattle Seahawks
Quarterback Tarvaris Jackson (Vikings) agreed on a two-year, $8 million contract. (7/26)
Guard Robert Gallery (Raiders) agreed to a three-year deal. (7/27)
St. Louis Rams
Safety Quintin Mikell (Eagles) agreed to a four-year, $28 million contract. (7/26)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tennessee Titans
Quarterback Matthew Hasselbeck (Seahawks) agreed to a multi-year contract. (7/27)
Washington Redskins
Wide receiver Santana Moss (Redskins) agreed to a three-year, $15 million contract, including $6 million guaranteed. (7/26)
Defensive tackle Barry Cofield (Giants) agreed to terms. (7/27)
Wide receiver Donte’ Stallworth (Ravens) agreed to terms on a one-year deal.
Quarterback Kellen Clemens (Jets) agreed to a one-year contract. (7/27)
Wide receiver Jabar Gaffney (Broncos) acquired in exchange for Jeremy Jarmon. (7/27)
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Another WR for Wash. On same day they nabbed Donte Stallworth, Redskins reached agreement with WR Brandon Stokley on a one-year deal.
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Well, say what you want about the NFC West, but Kolb is going to terrorize it after being a bit INT happy in the NFC East.

I don't know what to think of DRC. He's an ascending player, but it certainly wouldn't be surprising if he went to tougher competition and just gets toasted over and over again. He's got ability, but could go either way at this point. And the Eagles have a lot less talent around him and Samuel than one would think.
We've seen DRC play and produce. We can't however say the same thing about Kolb. Kolb isn't even worth (based on what we've seen so far) the 2nd rounder he went for in his draft class.
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