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Old 03-13-2012, 12:26 AM   #151
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Give me Winston and Lienhart both cut today by Houston. Takes care of RT and backup QB.
If they sign Winston, I'll be happy with any move they make afterwards.
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They could cut Moss and sign you as WR and I wouldn't bat an eyelash.
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Old 03-13-2012, 05:10 AM   #152
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Re: Griffin's impact on the off-season FA/draft

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If they sign Winston, I'll be happy with any move they make afterwards.
Scouts honor.
They could cut Moss and sign you as WR and I wouldn't bat an eyelash.
I might have to agree with you on this one.
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Old 03-13-2012, 07:24 AM   #153
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If they sign Winston, I'll be happy with any move they make afterwards.
Scouts honor.
They could cut Moss and sign you as WR and I wouldn't bat an eyelash.
The biggest need I see is in the secondary considering we lost both are starting safeties
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My top FA targets.

1. Vjax
2. Winston
3. Garcon
4. Carr or finnegon
5. Meriweather
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Old 03-13-2012, 08:42 AM   #155
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My top FA targets.

1. Vjax
2. Winston
3. Garcon
4. Carr or finnegon
5. Meriweather
I like, but with the cap issue personally I'd cross off VJ and bump everyone else up one. Sounds like Chicago is gonna go hard after VJ.
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Old 03-13-2012, 08:56 AM   #156
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Matty what do you think Vj will end up getting? Somewhere around 10 million a year?
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Matty what do you think Vj will end up getting? Somewhere around 10 million a year?
That seems to be the word
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Old 03-13-2012, 09:00 AM   #158
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I think before the 36 mil over the next two years we would have been ok with that, now its a bit too rich, no?
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I think before the 36 mil over the next two years we would have been ok with that, now its a bit too rich, no?
Tough to tell, depends on what how the Skins are going to deal with this cap thing I guess.
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I think before the 36 mil over the next two years we would have been ok with that, now its a bit too rich, no?
we still have a minimum of 13Mil this year (31 mill - 18 mill not accounting for releases and/or splitting the penalty more to next year's cap - which I am sure we will do).

If it's 10 mil/year, over 5 years, and the signing bonus and salary's are structured right I imagine that we would be able to keep the cap hit to around 6-7mil, and still have room to make other moves necessary.

That said, MS and BA haven't really been big name spenders, so even though we get linked to most names out there, it wouldn't shock me if we don't make any big splash signings, and I don't think it would be due to the stupidpenalty-gate.
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Old 03-13-2012, 10:29 AM   #161
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I like, but with the cap issue personally I'd cross off VJ and bump everyone else up one. Sounds like Chicago is gonna go hard after VJ.
I agree. Lets get a Royal or Garcon. Our WR group is already young, very fast and has a ton of potential. Not Malcolm Kelly and Devin Thomas potential, they've been on the field and already proven they can contribute.

I wasn't sold on Vincent Jackson anyways...because of his behavior problems. I don't want to overload this roster with potential suspensions and become the Cowboys or Bengals. It's bad enough Trent Williams and Fred Davis had to be stupid and get themselves on Goodell's watch list.



Solid vets:
Moss
Gaffney
+ FA signing to replace Stallworth

Young contribs:
Hankerson
Armstrong
Paul
Banks
Robinson


These guys will excel with RG3...they did OK with Grossman!



After one decent WR signing like Garcon, Royal, maybe even Wayne if his price is not sky high...we need to get 2 solid O-linemen and hopefully a safety or CB.

Then, with the draft, attack the secondary with maybe another O-lineman for potential depth.



With QB covered now, our main holes are the secondary and O-line....otherwise we're a solid team. One more WR will help, but it's not the urgent need like many are saying.

We need to:

1.) protect RG3
2.) fill out the completely empty secondary, especially safety position so that our down-field scoring attack with RG3 isn't done back to us by our opponents every game.
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Old 03-13-2012, 10:56 AM   #162
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Re: Griffin's impact on the off-season FA/draft

The number one guy for me is Winston. Sign him & Carr and I am fine. However, I suppose we need someone to play safety now ... so we should probably sign one or two of them.
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Old 03-13-2012, 11:01 AM   #163
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Re: Griffin's impact on the off-season FA/draft

I say we:

-Sign RT Eric Winston
-Sign WR Eddie Royal
-Sign WR Pierre Garcon
-Draft a CB in the 3rd round
-Im not sure what to do at both safety positions...
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Old 03-13-2012, 12:34 PM   #164
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Re: Griffin's impact on the off-season FA/draft

Get rid of armstrong, isnt he like 29 anyway?
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Old 03-13-2012, 12:38 PM   #165
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Get rid of armstrong, isnt he like 29 anyway?
Yea, he will be 29 in like 2 weeks. I think one of our rookie WRs from last year's draft could provide the same production plus more than what Armstrong provided us last year. Cut.
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