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Old 02-09-2012, 09:56 AM   #151
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Re: QB Apocalypse: The Seventh Sign

I would assume they're both close for the most part, you might have a little more, I might, but I'm sure we're both in the same ballpark.
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Old 02-09-2012, 09:58 AM   #152
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so whats the definative answer - can manning sign with a team before the start of free agency if he's released?
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so whats the definative answer - can manning sign with a team before the start of free agency if he's released?
Yes. It'll be the same as Atogwe last year. He should be able to sign with a club immediately upon getting cut.
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Old 02-09-2012, 10:06 AM   #154
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Re: QB Apocalypse: The Seventh Sign

Here's the next question really once PM is release.


When do you sign him?


The main thing right now is the nerve regeneration and his throwing strength. You can't have draft plan thinking you'll sign him after the draft and because he could decide to go elsewhere, leaving you stranded. So do you sign him prior to the draft even knowing his nerves haven't regenerated yet? I understand it'll be a incentive laden deal, but even so, it's still risky. So do you just roll into the draft without Peyton in your plans, and then sign him in May/June?

I'm glad I'm not having to make this decision.
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Here's the next question really once PM is release.


When do you sign him?


The main thing right now is the nerve regeneration and his throwing strength. You can't have draft plan thinking you'll sign him after the draft and because he could decide to go elsewhere, leaving you stranded. So do you sign him prior to the draft even knowing his nerves haven't regenerated yet? I understand it'll be a incentive laden deal, but even so, it's still risky. So do you just roll into the draft without Peyton in your plans, and then sign him in May/June?

I'm glad I'm not having to make this decision.
Well I'd say you sign him immediatly if possible only so he can start learning the new play calls for his new team. Secondly your gunna want to get him on some form of rehab schedule. Hopefully it's Vet min. with a ton of incentives but it has been mentioned here before that he probably won't accept that. I'd imagine some decent contract that has an out if he can not start come Sept.
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Here's the next question really once PM is release.


When do you sign him?


The main thing right now is the nerve regeneration and his throwing strength. You can't have draft plan thinking you'll sign him after the draft and because he could decide to go elsewhere, leaving you stranded. So do you sign him prior to the draft even knowing his nerves haven't regenerated yet? I understand it'll be a incentive laden deal, but even so, it's still risky. So do you just roll into the draft without Peyton in your plans, and then sign him in May/June?

I'm glad I'm not having to make this decision.
you sign him in the first 3-7 days or someone else will already have him... his arm strength may be total crap this year, but thats the chance you're taking... you figure if he was ready to go the colts would just keep him unless he insists on them not taking luck.
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Well I'd say you sign him immediatly if possible only so he can start learning the new play calls for his new team. Secondly your gunna want to get him on some form of rehab schedule. Hopefully it's Vet min. with a ton of incentives but it has been mentioned here before that he probably won't accept that. I'd imagine some decent contract that has an out if he can not start come Sept.

That isn't happening. I'm sure it'll be a favorable contract for both sides, with it being incentive laden, but it definitely won't be Vet min. McNugget on the other hand will be lucky to get a vet min deal.
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I really don't want to spill all the beans, but I do believe the Redskins have no interest in Wayne. Maybe if he takes some low-ball contract, but otherwise I doubt he'll be here if Peyton comes.

There's a list of others, as the talks get heated up more with them, I'll post it up. I know we have a couple linemen, WR's and QB's (backups) in FA we're looking at.
Are any of the top tier WR's(playmakers) on that list? If so, are any of them headcases? (This question should help me eliminate possible players in my mind) haha
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Already like the forum already for two main reasons besides it being good with posting. a) Not overcrowded by any means. b) Color scheme is easy on the eyes.

You are right, we probably would take the division to be honest, but I didn't want to jump the gun too much and get my hopes up.

Yeah, it's something along that line, but definitely not BA, MS or KS.
Thanks for the info.

Well it is the offseason it is the time for us Skins fans to get our hopes up. ( only to be crushed once we play the games )
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Are any of the top tier WR's(playmakers) on that list? If so, are any of them headcases? (This question should help me eliminate possible players in my mind) haha
None are "headcases" nor have had off the field problems from what I remember.
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Here's the next question really once PM is release.


When do you sign him?


The main thing right now is the nerve regeneration and his throwing strength. You can't have draft plan thinking you'll sign him after the draft and because he could decide to go elsewhere, leaving you stranded. So do you sign him prior to the draft even knowing his nerves haven't regenerated yet? I understand it'll be a incentive laden deal, but even so, it's still risky. So do you just roll into the draft without Peyton in your plans, and then sign him in May/June?

I'm glad I'm not having to make this decision.
He's Petyon Manning. You sign him ASAFP or someone else will.
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Are any of the top tier WR's(playmakers) on that list? If so, are any of them headcases? (This question should help me eliminate possible players in my mind) haha
I think VJax is one strike away from a 1 year suspension for substance abuse. I would cross him off my list...we already have 2 in that boat and can't afford another one.
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None are "headcases" nor have had off the field problems from what I remember.
We must have the same list then
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