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Old 03-14-2022, 01:46 PM   #31
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I figured it was Jags or Jets. He never cared about winning, just the money.
He learned it from his buddy Kirk.

On a serious note, good signing for Jacksonville, gotta project Trevor.
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Old 03-14-2022, 01:47 PM   #32
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I wish Trubisky woulda ended up with the Giants, I was looking forward towards that drama, Mitch da bitch and Dan tha Tran
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Old 03-14-2022, 01:48 PM   #33
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Ill thank him for his time, he was the Kirk Cousins of guards. Top 10-15 ish for guards paid like a top 5.
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Kind of proves it was all about money for him, and all of his assertions about liking it here and wanting to stay were as fake as they sounded. I can respect if he wanted to go to a winning term or a more highly respected franchise given the history here, but going to the Jags is purely about the money
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Sorry bro but that is crazy talk. Wentz is way better lol

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I don't think he is a 3rd this year and a 2nd next year (and this is what it will be if this works out for us) better.
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Old 03-14-2022, 01:50 PM   #36
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Schreff to Jax. Follow the $$$

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Washington Pro-Bowl guard Brandon Scherff intends to sign with the Jacksonville Jaguars, per source.
Good, thank you Jacksonville!!
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Old 03-14-2022, 01:51 PM   #37
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Kind of proves it was all about money for him, and all of his assertions about liking it here and wanting to stay were as fake as they sounded. I can respect if he wanted to go to a winning term or a more highly respected franchise given the history here, but going to the Jags is purely about the money
There's nothing wrong with going after the money. But this should shut up the "no one wants to come here" crowd. A lot of players are going to chase the money.
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Mitch T and Haskins; geez there is all the AFC Pro Bowl QBs on one team.
You don't think Haskins gets released?
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He learned it from his buddy Kirk.

On a serious note, good signing for Jacksonville, gotta project Trevor.
He was a great run blocker , but got beaten too often in pass protection for such a supposedly great guard, so not Lawrence will be that much better off
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You don't think Haskins gets released?
If they draft a rookie, probably.

I'd love it if we traded with them during the draft and pick up their next year's 1st rounder.
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Bengals agreed to terms with LG Ted Karras, formerly of the Patriots, on a three-year, $18 million contract.

Bengals are going get 2 guards today probably still much less than Schreff total contract number. Smart
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Kind of proves it was all about money for him, and all of his assertions about liking it here and wanting to stay were as fake as they sounded. I can respect if he wanted to go to a winning term or a more highly respected franchise given the history here, but going to the Jags is purely about the money
Nothing wrong with that. We as fans sometimes forget it's a business and the window of opportunity for these players is short maybe 5 years at best.I wish him luck.
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Bengals agreed to terms with LG Ted Karras, formerly of the Patriots, on a three-year, $18 million contract.

Bengals are going get 2 guards today probably still much less than Schreff total contract number. Smart
Exactly why I didn't want to sign Scherff this offseason. We can extend Flowers and Wes, and probably still sign a guy that can compete to start or be a good backup, for the same or less money that Scherff will get by himself.

Bye bey Kurk Scherff.
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There's nothing wrong with going after the money. But this should shut up the "no one wants to come here" crowd. A lot of players are going to chase the money.
Nothing wrong with going for max money as such , just don't appreciate it when guys know they want to get the biggest contract but treat the fanbase like idiots with all of the fake sincerity about playing here, even when its clear that its fake. You can always attract certain players with big money, but you do have to wonder how committed they are to winning once the guarantees are activated
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Kind of proves it was all about money for him, and all of his assertions about liking it here and wanting to stay were as fake as they sounded. I can respect if he wanted to go to a winning term or a more highly respected franchise given the history here, but going to the Jags is purely about the money
Its a business. Scherff seems like a guy who will retire before 35 and go off living a nice country hunting life. Maybe do guides and what not.

Hes missed a bunch of games but I dont put him in the Doctson category as Ive seen the guy go out of a game looking like hes in a lot of pain only for him return a few snaps later.

But he does seem like a guy that will call it a year early vs a year late.

No bad words for Scherff just hated taking a guard in general at 4 on top of having a guy like Leonard Williams dropping to us.
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