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Old 07-27-2012, 08:57 PM   #46
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Source -- Pittsburgh Steelers lock up WR Antonio Brown with 5-year, $42.5 million deal - ESPN

damn, Mike Wallace would you like to comment? Was that your contract Antonio Brown just signed? I really hope Wallace wasnt holding out for more...
Mike Wallace must be going apeshit right now. He's going to take it as if it's a slap to his face.
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I'll gladly take Mike Wallace over any WR we have now.
I wouldn't, he can only run one route. Garcon can do it all and it's y Pitt hasn't paid him yet because they know too
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I know the Browns are in a tough division with Pitt and Balt. But I'm still disappointed Holmgren couldn't turn things around. He did well in GB and Seattle.
Let's be real folks... It's Cleveland I don't care who is there they won't win. I believe they r cursed like the cubs
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Some say we're cursed for as long as snyder is our owner...just saying.
Well that's about to be put to test over the next 4 years
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Source -- Pittsburgh Steelers lock up WR Antonio Brown with 5-year, $42.5 million deal - ESPN

damn, Mike Wallace would you like to comment? Was that your contract Antonio Brown just signed? I really hope Wallace wasnt holding out for more...
What ****ing idiots. After one good season you hand that kind of contract to a WR, meanwhile you have a guy who's done more for the past 3 seasons and you shit on him? I'd be requesting a trade right about now if I were Wallace and would sit out the year if I had to.

Another thing, why are they giving this type of contract to Brown when they are supposedly going back to the run first offense?
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Is Antonio Brown's contract similar to Garçon's? How do they compare overall? Some think the Skins overpaid for Garçon.
We won't know for a couple years whether or not the Redskins overpaid for Pierre Garcon. The Redskins front office felt Garcon is a young wide receiver coming off of career highs in catches and yards. They felt that since he got his first taste of that, he'll do more of that in the years to come. Signing Garcon to a multi year deal could turn out to be one of the best decisions that the Redskins front office ever made.
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The FO Steeler's doesn't usually make a lot of mistakes.
But, this contract for Brown clearly looks like a mistake.

I guess they're gonna sign Wallace to an even bigger contract?

Wallace is one of the best deep threats in the game.
Without Wallace drawing the double coverage can Anotonio Brown even put his numbers?
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Likely that Wallace will be somewhere else next year.
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Likely that Wallace will be somewhere else next year.
The thing that is kinda crazy is 42.5 over 5 years is a nice contract for a WR, you gotta think Wallace was offered this...kinda a head scratcher he wouldnt take it. I like Wallace alot, and would like to see him in a Skins uniform, but not over a 42 million dollar contract.
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The thing that is kinda crazy is 42.5 over 5 years is a nice contract for a WR, you gotta think Wallace was offered this...kinda a head scratcher he wouldnt take it. I like Wallace alot, and would like to see him in a Skins uniform, but not over a 42 million dollar contract.
I wouldn't expect to see Mike Wallace in our uni due to the money we have in our current wr and the cap penalties
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We won't know for a couple years whether or not the Redskins overpaid for Pierre Garcon. The Redskins front office felt Garcon is a young wide receiver coming off of career highs in catches and yards. They felt that since he got his first taste of that, he'll do more of that in the years to come. Signing Garcon to a multi year deal could turn out to be one of the best decisions that the Redskins front office ever made.
I'm really hoping dropping four picks for one player turns out to be the best move the front office made... Otherwise there is going to be some egg on some faces.
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Maybe brown shows that he's worth it? Never know until they play
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I'm really hoping dropping four picks for one player turns out to be the best move the front office made... Otherwise there is going to be some egg on some faces.
We dropped 3 picks. 2 firsts and a second.

That 4th pick you speak of was Robert Griffin.
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We dropped 3 picks. 2 firsts and a second.

That 4th pick you speak of was Robert Griffin.
Doesn't it seem like alot of people are having a hard time understanding that fact ????
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Doesn't it seem like alot of people are having a hard time understanding that fact ????
FFS. Here we go again. How many picks did we give the Rams for RG3?
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