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Old 03-13-2013, 01:28 PM   #511
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Word to the turd. Can't bank on Helu, and I loved that kids potential. Morris and Bush duo would be deadly. Do it.
Bush just signed with Detroit.
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Old 03-13-2013, 01:28 PM   #512
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I think Mike and Kyle would have Reggie be a slot WR on some plays and then of course RB on 3rd down. I'm sure he'd be down for that .
I am actually really intrigued with that combo. With the pistol read-option you could have a million combinations of routes and runs that would keep the defense on their heels. I like it.

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Bush just signed with Detroit.
Thank god. Do not want that softy here. Reggie Bush = Mike Oliphant.
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Old 03-13-2013, 01:32 PM   #514
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I'm not worried about the RB position. MS is known for being able to pick up what he needs in a RB in the draft.

A RT and another WR and TE is what I'm concerned about. The Tackle from the Browns might fix one spot. If Davis stays healthy then we have another spot fixed plus I thought the team picked up a TE right after our season ended (maybe PS player).
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Bush just signed with Detroit.
That was the most logical destination. I bet he'll do well there.

RB is an issue for us though. The news on Helu continues to look bleak. Royster is nothing special.

Luckily our HC has arguably the best eye for RB talent in the game. Outside of Bush I preferred we draft a guy.
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Almost every defense in the NFL is unique. Halls biggest problem is he bites on plays and lets players behind him... And hall got dragged by jake delhome, I will never forget that. He's a good tackler for a corner, but for a safety he's below average and running backs and tight ends would drag him. I think I would draft a safety who played safety in college and has experience playing safety and understands he can't let someone behind him. So agree to disagree. I don't see hall playing safety all that well, especially with how inconsistent he is and how often he gets beat by average receivers
I traveled to Carolina for that game. Haven't had confidence in him as a tackler since. He had a great second half of the season, and I'm worried who we are going to get to replace him at CB, but to move him to safety would be a nightmare. Banks could do just as well in run support.
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That was the most logical destination. I bet he'll do well there.

RB is an issue for us though. The news on Helu continues to look bleak. Royster is nothing special.

Luckily our HC has arguably the best eye for RB talent in the game. Outside of Bush I preferred we draft a guy.
What about Leon Washington? He just got cut. I'm sure he won't command much money.
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What about Leon Washington? He just got cut. I'm sure he won't command much money.
I trust Mike to make that call i.e. Washington > or < than draft prospect. But sure.
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That was the most logical destination. I bet he'll do well there.

RB is an issue for us though. The news on Helu continues to look bleak. Royster is nothing special.

Luckily our HC has arguably the best eye for RB talent in the game. Outside of Bush I preferred we draft a guy.
Royster will probably hang around. I remember Smoot saying something about coaches really liking him.

I've never taken to Royster as I've always thought he wasn't a hard nor fast runner.
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Royster will probably hang around. I remember Smoot saying something about coaches really liking him.

I've never taken to Royster as I've always thought he wasn't a hard nor fast runner.
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Personally, I think the team is unsure if he will be able to come back 100% or come back on time. I also thought there was something wrong with Royster as well?

I'd probably cut Helu and take a chance on drafting someone fast/edge runner in the 6th round again. Otherwise the radio was talking about how the team could restructure some other players to get more CAP space to pick up another player if need be.
I agree with you. If they dont think he will be 100% by the start of the regular season, we should cut him and use a late round pick on somene else. Still, if he's healthy, i want him on the team. Royster, dont really care about him.
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Free agent RT Tyler Polumbus will visit the Jaguars on Thursday.
The Jaguars are in dire need of a right tackle after Cameron Bradfield and Guy Whimper stunk up the joint at the position last season. However, Polumbus wasn't much better in Washington. Jacksonville needs to be aiming higher for a starter.

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Re: Official Redskins Free Agency Thread 2013

You are the second person today questioning whether signing bonuses count against the cap. Is there a new rule about signing bonuses that im missing?
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You are the second person today questioning whether signing bonuses count against the cap. Is there a new rule about signing bonuses that im missing?
No you are correct. Bonus(guaranteed) is not included in cap limitations.
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No you are correct. Bonus(guaranteed) is not included in cap limitations.
Guaranteed bonus is included in the cap calculations, but it is spread out over the remaining years of the contract.

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What are Signing Bonus Allocations?
- Signing bonus is guaranteed. It is usually received in a lump sum payment upon signing a new contract, though sometimes signing bonus payments are scheduled one or more years into the future. Signing bonus does not count in full against the salary cap in the year it is received. Instead, the signing bonus amount is allocated equally amongst the remaining years of the contract (6 years max). This is only for salary cap purposes; the player still receives the entire signing bonus amount up front. If the player is released or traded, any future signing bonus allocations accelerate to the present, and this amount will still count against the team's salary cap even though the player is no longer with the team. This is usually referred to as Dead Cap.
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