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Old 07-10-2013, 11:41 AM   #121
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Yeah they and the Broncos are gonna discipline them. How? I don't know
Id say Thunderdome. 2 men enter, 1 man leaves. Goodell could effectively connect OTAs to the beginning of Camp coverage-wise, help get rid of the Hernandez story, and set up new entertaining enforcement measures with their massive criminal workforce.
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Old 07-10-2013, 12:53 PM   #122
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Says the guy whose team has their top 2 WRs holding out and skipping OTAs. Nicks still has a year left on his contract. He's pulling a DeSean at the moment.

Hakeem Nicks contract: Is the Giants WR seeking a new deal? - SBNation.com

Hakeem Nicks a surprise no-show at NY Giants workout - NY Daily News


Nicks wasn't holding out, Cruz was .Nicks has at least 2 more seasons with NY ,if he can stay healthy.Ya know the Nicks who has been playing catch with Eli for the last 2weeks.
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Old 07-11-2013, 09:35 AM   #123
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This is becoming the "Patriot Way". Kraft keeps getting duped. what a piece of shit organization
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2013 NFL training camp preview: Examining the new coordinators - CBSSports.com

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The previous staff did the right thing last year in playing as many rookies as possible. Rob Chudzinski now inherits a fairly talented young team.



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Full Story: Browns should see offensive turnaround under Norv Turner


As solid as Chudzinski is on offense, it appears offensive coordinator Norv Turner will design and call the offense.There will be a solid run game employing all the blocking schemes with execution -- and not a lot of plays -- being the backbone of the package.

Trent Richardson will get 20-plus touches a game in this offense as long as he's healthy, but Turner will be looking for as many deep shots off the run as he can get. Wide receiver Josh Gordon could have a big year in this offense when he gets back from his suspension. Tight end Jordan Cameron is going to get a chance to catch a lot of passes.

Brandon Weeden saw a lot of his passes get blocked last season; Chudzinski and Turner are going to have to figure out how to reduce that number. Turner will use plenty of shotgun and fast passes to get Weeden in a rhythm. Weeden might be the luckiest young quarterback in the league, getting Norv Turner as his mentor.

On defense, Ray Horton takes control, and that means pressure 3-4. He has to simplify the defense and make it easier to understand if he wants solid execution early in the season. Some Cardinals players complained Horton's system was difficult to grasp when he coached at Arizona, but most of that falls on the players, not the coaches.

It will be interesting to see how Horton employs Paul Kruger, Jabaal Sheard and rookie Barkevious Mingo. I could see Horton developing a hybrid defense to get them all on the field by possibly using a two-man defensive line.
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Nicks wasn't holding out, Cruz was .Nicks has at least 2 more seasons with NY ,if he can stay healthy.Ya know the Nicks who has been playing catch with Eli for the last 2weeks.
According to the article, Nicks contract is completed at the end of this upcoming season.


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Could the absence be contract-related? Nicks’ rookie deal is set to expire after this season, but the wideout had given no indication of a possible holdout. And, unlike Cruz, he attended Phase I of the Giants’ OTA workouts a few weeks ago.

Read more: Hakeem Nicks a surprise no-show at NY Giants workout - NY Daily News
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2013 NFL training camp preview: Examining the new coordinators - CBSSports.com

Cleveland Browns

The previous staff did the right thing last year in playing as many rookies as possible. Rob Chudzinski now inherits a fairly talented young team.



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Full Story: Browns should see offensive turnaround under Norv Turner


As solid as Chudzinski is on offense, it appears offensive coordinator Norv Turner will design and call the offense.There will be a solid run game employing all the blocking schemes with execution -- and not a lot of plays -- being the backbone of the package.

Trent Richardson will get 20-plus touches a game in this offense as long as he's healthy, but Turner will be looking for as many deep shots off the run as he can get. Wide receiver Josh Gordon could have a big year in this offense when he gets back from his suspension. Tight end Jordan Cameron is going to get a chance to catch a lot of passes.

Brandon Weeden saw a lot of his passes get blocked last season; Chudzinski and Turner are going to have to figure out how to reduce that number. Turner will use plenty of shotgun and fast passes to get Weeden in a rhythm. Weeden might be the luckiest young quarterback in the league, getting Norv Turner as his mentor.

On defense, Ray Horton takes control, and that means pressure 3-4. He has to simplify the defense and make it easier to understand if he wants solid execution early in the season. Some Cardinals players complained Horton's system was difficult to grasp when he coached at Arizona, but most of that falls on the players, not the coaches.

It will be interesting to see how Horton employs Paul Kruger, Jabaal Sheard and rookie Barkevious Mingo. I could see Horton developing a hybrid defense to get them all on the field by possibly using a two-man defensive line.
Cleveland still has a huge question mark at QB. They should be solid on defense but I just don't see them scoring a lot of points.
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According to the article, Nicks contract is completed at the end of this upcoming season.

That's what I said , add in a one year franchise tag .Cruz will get a big chunk of his money in the first 2years so this make a contract in 2years with Nicks most likely, if he can stay healthy.
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That's what I said , add in a one year franchise tag .Cruz will get a big chunk of his money in the first 2years so this make a contract in 2years with Nicks most likely, if he can stay healthy.
If they weren't going to offer Nicks a contract, what makes you think they would pay the type of salary for a franchise tag WR?


Also, your team isn't going to have the cap space bro.

Cruz won't be Giants' last tough cap call - NFC East Blog - ESPN
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If they weren't going to offer Nicks a contract, what makes you think they would pay the type of salary for a franchise tag WR?


Also, your team isn't going to have the cap space bro.

Cruz won't be Giants' last tough cap call - NFC East Blog - ESPN
LOL , The Giants will be fine . Thanks for the concern.
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LOL , The Giants will be fine . Thanks for the concern.
They'll be fine fighting the Iggles for last place in the NFC East. And to quote you: "LOL"
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People saying Eagles are going to turn it around year one now that Reid is gone are in for a very long season.
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The Rookies: What NFL Rookie Is Colin Kaepernick's Look-Alike? | Bleacher Report


Vaccaro really does look like Kaepernick.
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People saying Eagles are going to turn it around year one now that Reid is gone are in for a very long season.
The Eagles are going to run the hurry up, which may mean a lot of really fast 3 and outs and their Defense being on the field for a LONG time.

The way the Redskins run the ball, I can see a time of possesion stat in that first game looking like this: Redskins 48:00 minutes, Eagles 12:00 minutes!
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