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Old 02-15-2012, 12:48 PM   #136
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Re: Around the NFL - Offseason thread

I forgot he was even on the team. Gives the Bucs another $7-8 million in cap space...hello Mario Williams
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Old 02-15-2012, 12:51 PM   #137
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Bucs have sent Albert Haynesworth packing
How will he feed his kids now?! 40 mil isn't what it used to be.
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After two years in Washington and a little time up in New England, only time would tell how long Hayneworthless would be in Tampa Bay. But I'll predict that Fat Albert will get a few more opportunities before he hangs up his cleats.
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Old 02-15-2012, 12:54 PM   #139
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the real questions is how long before we see an article about how he is now broke?
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the real questions is how long before we see an article about how he is now broke?
I was just gonna say, if I could predict his future, I think what will happen is he will retire due to not giving a shit/having money in the bank, and then when that money runs out in a couple years he will proclaim his renewed interest in returning to a team, claiming he's motivated, etc.
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A couple of douchebags trading barbs with each other:

Scout.com: Moss, Carter trade criticisms
Well to be honest Carter was dead on in his comments. Moss is a quiter when things don't go his way. I'd be shocked if anyone signed him.
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Here comes 10 more pages to this thread!
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I remember when we signed him. I'd say 90% of the people were on the AH bandwagon. My how times have changed. His career is probably over and he'll be broke within 3 years.
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the real questions is how long before we see an article about how he is now broke?
He'll end up like Allen Iverson, BROKE!!
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So i heard JAWS has left MNF??

SS any word?
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So i heard JAWS has left MNF??

SS any word?
Oh yeah I guess I should have brought that up here, not in the Manning or RG3 thread

Anyway, he signed a new 5 year deal that will put him on the studio shows more and online. Still staying at ESPN. When ESPN and the NFL agreed to their new deal, it gave ESPN the right to add more studio shows so Jaws will be a big part of that.

ESPN has made a few top level management changes recently so I think this will be the first of several changes over the next few months.
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Oh yeah I guess I should have brought that up here, not in the Manning or RG3 thread

Anyway, he signed a new 5 year deal that will put him on the studio shows more and online. Still staying at ESPN. When ESPN and the NFL agreed to their new deal, it gave ESPN the right to add more studio shows so Jaws will be a big part of that.

ESPN has made a few top level management changes recently so I think this will be the first of several changes over the next few months.
I read about it at lunch, when I first saw the headline I thought he was booted from the job the way so many MNF guys have been. Glad he's still w/espn, I think he makes the game easier to understand
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After two years in Washington and a little time up in New England, only time would tell how long Hayneworthless would be in Tampa Bay. But I'll predict that Fat Albert will get a few more opportunities before he hangs up his cleats.
Maybe he'll proceed destroy the Eagles' season next year. Whatever AH touches, losing is sure to follow when it is not a contract year for him, even if he is not directly at fault.
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I read about it at lunch, when I first saw the headline I thought he was booted from the job the way so many MNF guys have been. Glad he's still w/espn, I think he makes the game easier to understand
Yeah I noticed a lot of people were putting it out there like he's gone. But he'll be around for a while.
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Yeah I noticed a lot of people were putting it out there like he's gone. But he'll be around for a while.
From what I heard on the radio this morning he's taking on an expanded analyst role at the worldwide leader and just signed a 5 year deal in that capacity. I guess ESPN wanted a 2 man booth team for MNF.

I really liked Jaws on MNF. I thought he was a great bridge between Gruden and Tirico.
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