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Old 03-14-2013, 11:10 AM   #361
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Cliff Avril has agreed to terms with Seattle, per source.



Cliff Avril agrees to two-year deal with Seattle Seahawks, according to source - ESPN



Seahawks are loaded.

I think they could be in cap hell in a few years. But as of right now, yes if Harvin can stay healthy.
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Old 03-14-2013, 11:12 AM   #362
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The thing is they HAVENT been stupid with money in the past, they have built through the draft.

That team is ready so its time to go for it and take some chances. Good moves by Seattle.
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Old 03-14-2013, 11:18 AM   #363
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4 years / $20 mil. We couldn't compete with that.

The same link shows that SD also picked up our former draft pick Chad Rhino.
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Old 03-14-2013, 11:19 AM   #364
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I think they could be in cap hell in a few years. But as of right now, yes if Harvin can stay healthy.
I think they have a 2-3 year window before the cap bites them in the ass. They'll have to resign Sherman/Wilson and other players they currently have.
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Old 03-14-2013, 11:21 AM   #365
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4 years / $20 mil. We couldn't compete with that.

The same link shows that SD also picked up our former draft pick Chad Rhino.
Bleh....unless Winfield comes in dirt cheap I dont see us getting a corner in FA.
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Old 03-14-2013, 12:04 PM   #366
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The Jets Week 1 starter at QB...Kevin Kolb?

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Old 03-14-2013, 12:06 PM   #367
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Vikings getting visits from Greg Jennings and Brian Urlacher. If they could steal those two away from division rivals, that would be impressive. Sure they're old and breaking down, but when on the field, still very good players.
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look at the FA list at nfl.com, there's like 6000 CB/DBs out there.
winfield, cason, talib, smith, arrington, etc etc.
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i wouldn't waste money on urlacher.
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The Jets Week 1 starter at QB...Kevin Kolb?

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Chiefs release Cassel.

Matt Cassel - Unsigned Free Agent - 2013 Player Profile - Rotoworld.com




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Old 03-14-2013, 12:32 PM   #371
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Color me the eternal optimist, but I think this cap penalty is going to wind up being a great thing for the Redskins. They're going to have to continue developing guys they already have into starting material. Use what you already have and hopefully develop them into solid starters. Look to the draft to fill out the roster.

It sucks to let certain players go we all feel have the potential at being great players in the league, but the team won - mostly - without Fred Davis, and they can continue to win without him. I'd much rather have him here, but sometimes you have to take your medicine and let go of the things you can't afford.

I believe if the Redskins are able to make it back to the playoffs this year, even more so if they do it by also winning the division again, then it will be even easier for the 'skins to completely let go of the ideology that you have to make the big name signing during free agency to properly fill holes on your roster. The 'skins have done a much better job since Bruce Allen and Mike Shanahan has taken over, but I think this is something they needed to face to keep their focus on player development.
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Old 03-14-2013, 12:35 PM   #372
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I'm not sure if anyone noticed or if it was discussed earlier but did anyone notice what happened to Cousins yesterday or what he tweeted?
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Color me the eternal optimist, but I think this cap penalty is going to wind up being a great thing for the Redskins. They're going to have to continue developing guys they already have into starting material. Use what you already have and hopefully develop them into solid starters. Look to the draft to fill out the roster.

It sucks to let certain players go we all feel have the potential at being great players in the league, but the team won - mostly - without Fred Davis, and they can continue to win without him. I'd much rather have him here, but sometimes you have to take your medicine and let go of the things you can't afford.

I believe if the Redskins are able to make it back to the playoffs this year, even more so if they do it by also winning the division again, then it will be even easier for the 'skins to completely let go of the ideology that you have to make the big name signing during free agency to properly fill holes on your roster. The 'skins have done a much better job since Bruce Allen and Mike Shanahan has taken over, but I think this is something they needed to face to keep their focus on player development.
I think I said it before but this FA period mandatory detox for any linger Cerratoitis that DS may have
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Color me the eternal optimist, but I think this cap penalty is going to wind up being a great thing for the Redskins. They're going to have to continue developing guys they already have into starting material. Use what you already have and hopefully develop them into solid starters. Look to the draft to fill out the roster.

It sucks to let certain players go we all feel have the potential at being great players in the league, but the team won - mostly - without Fred Davis, and they can continue to win without him. I'd much rather have him here, but sometimes you have to take your medicine and let go of the things you can't afford.

I believe if the Redskins are able to make it back to the playoffs this year, even more so if they do it by also winning the division again, then it will be even easier for the 'skins to completely let go of the ideology that you have to make the big name signing during free agency to properly fill holes on your roster. The 'skins have done a much better job since Bruce Allen and Mike Shanahan has taken over, but I think this is something they needed to face to keep their focus on player development.
As long as Snyder owns the team we're going to chase free agents. I don't think it's a bad thing as long as it's managed correctly....adding a piece here and there. But no one has ever won in the NFL loading up on free agents. Philly, Buffalo and Tampa Bay are the latest to learn the hard way. Our defense was/is made up of a lot of free agents and it's a bottom tier unit.
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Sean Smith lands with Chiefs | ProFootballTalk

Must be nice to be able to sign a f*cking cornerback. f*ck you Mara and Goodell you f*cking assHoles. this is horsesh*t
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