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  1. Stealing is wrong. And there's a lot of it occurring here lately. I'm getting tired of you people and all your bullshit.
  2. With the 84th pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Seattle Seahawks select . . . EMANUEL HALL. WIDE RECEIVER. MIZZOU. Baldwin got old. Lockett and Jaron Brown are just "pretty good." John Clayton reported yesterday we're bringing in Jordy Nelson for a work out. Nah dude. Just nah.
  3. With the 66th pick in the 2019 NFL Draft the Oakland Raiders select . . . TRAYVON MULLEN. DEFENSIVE BACK. CLEMSON. The Raiders still have a lack of pass rush except for my one decent DE pick, but this dude is long, fast and ballhawked as a two time national champion, so he is too good to pass up here. Lord knows they'll need a duo like him and Byron Murphy to go with safety Lamarcus Joyner as they face Mahomes and Rivers twice a year. Recap: 1. Byron Murphy CB 1. Jaylon Ferguson EDGE 1. Marquise Brown WR 2. Mack Wilson LB 2. Josh Jacobs RB 3. Trayvon Mullen CB
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    FA Market

    Here's your nfl.com's top 25 FA with an additional 20 or so snubs. Feel free to throw names in you'd like to see. Who do you think will be the best overall signing? Best value signing? Who do you want YOUR squad to go out and get? *** Late Additions: TE Dwayne Allen LB Jamie Collins DE Justin Houstan S Eric Berry 1. Demarcus Lawrence, DE tagged 2. Leveon Bell, RB signs with Jets 3. Jadeveon Clowney, OLB/DE tagged 4. Nick Foles, QB signed with Jaguars 5. Grady Jarrett, DT, Falcons 6. Trey Flowers, DT/DE, Pats signs with Lions 7. Earl Thomas, FS signed with Ravens 8. Dee Ford, OLB/DE Chiefs (probably tagged) traded to 49ers 9. Frank Clark, DE, Seahawks (forget about, will 100% resign to huge deal) 10. Landon Collins, FS signed with R-Words 11. CJ Mosley, MLB Ravens signed with Jets 12. Sheldon Richardson, DT, Vikings 13. Anthony Barr, LB signed with Vikings 14. Ronald Darby, CB Eagles 15. Tyrann Matheiu, FS signed with Chiefs 16. Lamarcus Joyner, S, signs with Raiders 17. Teddy Bridgewater, QB signs with Saints 18. Preston Smith, LB R-Words signs with Packers 19. NDomakung Suh, DT Rams 20. KJ Wright, LB Seahawks signed with Seahawks 21. Zadarious Smith, OLB Ravens signed with Packers 22. Ezekiel Ansah, DE, Lions 23. Daryl Williams, OT, Panthers 24. Hasean Clinton-Dix, S signed with DAH BEARS 25. Brandon Graham, DE extended with Eagles 26. Jason Verrett CB signs with 49ers 27. Malcolm Brown DT signs with Saints This next group they had previously placed in alphabetical order Danny Amendola WR signs with Lions Kareem Jackson, CB signed with Broncos Mark Ingram, RB Saints signed with Ravens Golden Tate, WR Eagles signs with Giants Stephen Gostkowski, K Terrell Suggs, DE/OLB signed with Cardinals Kwon Alexander, OLB signed with 49ers Randall Cobb WR Tevin Coleman RB signed with 49ers Juwan James, OT Dolphins Bradley Roby, DB Broncos signed with Texans Matt Paradis, C Broncos Jordan Hicks, LB Eagles Roger Saffold, OG Rams Clay Matthews LB
  5. With the 62nd pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the New Orleans Saints select . . . IRV SMITH JR. TE. ALABAMA. How are you still available my friend. Saints had Ben Watson retire and never really replaced Jimmy Graham. Until now. The Saints don't need a lot, but with someone like him you'll have to think twice about doubling Mike Thomas and/or Kamara.
  6. Le'Veon Bell is boring everyone, by doing exactly what everyone expected. He dropped an album on Spotify at midnight, it contained no clues (and it wasn't very good) and then he signed with the Jets, per CBS Sports NFL insider Jason La Canfora. Bell himself has since confirmed the deal as well. The news was first reported by Adam Schefter of ESPN, who also reported the details of the contract: four years, $52.5 million with $35 million guaranteed and the possibility to go up as high as $61 million with incentives. It's hard not to see this deal and immediately think that Bell made a mistake by not signing one of several deals the Steelers put in front of him back before he was ever thinking about skipping an entire season. Bell sat out all of 2018 after the Steelers franchise tagged him for a second time, thinking he would hit free agency and make a pile of money, including making up for the $14 million he lost out on by not playing on the tag last year. Instead, as La Canfora noted, his market was soft as all get out. Ultimately it was one team -- the Jets -- with the Ravens and Raiders never really materializing as actual suitors. He will now make less per year ($13.125 million) than he was slated to make under the franchise tag last year and he is well below the offers that the Steelers put in front of him previously. Back in September, La Canfora reported that Bell walked away from $48 million in the first three years of an offer from the Steelers. He isn't getting that from the Jets -- just look at the guaranteed number involved here. From a pure football perspective, it's a nice fit, although it remains to be seen how Bell looks outside the safety bubble of the Steelers that featured Ben Roethlisberger, a fantastic offensive line and multiple other skill position guys (Antonio Brown, etc) for defenses to key in on. For the Jets, this is a pretty major win. They added a bona fide offensive playmaker to pair with their young star quarterback Sam Darnold, and Bell's ability to be a short-yardage passing weapon shouldn't be underrated when it comes to how he'll fit in Adam Gase's offense. Pair him with Jamison Crowder and the Jets had a nice, albeit expensive, turn in free agency when it comes to offensive acquisitions.
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    FA Market

    The Chiefs moved on from Berry, even with the news that he did not need an additional surgery to clear up his heel injury from a season ago. It’s clear the signing of free agent Tyrann Mathieu ultimately made him expendable. The release of Berry is a post-June 1 designation. This means the Chiefs will save around $9.5 million on the cap in 2019, but they’ll carry Berry’s cap hit with them until June 1. There will be nearly $7 million in dead money attached to the 2019 season. Here’s the what the Chiefs had to say about Berry in their press release: Clark Hunt: Brett Veach: Andy Reid Berry will finish his Chiefs career having played in 89 regular-season games. During that time he accumulated 440 tackles, 5.5 sacks, 14 interceptions, 51 passes defensed, three forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and five defensive touchdowns. He also played in six postseason games, with two interceptions and six passes defensed.
  8. LESS TALKIN MOAR DRAFTIN HOEBAGS and if anyone wants a haul of picks and doesn't mind giving up one of these next several selections hit my DMs
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    Jets sign Leveon Bell 4 years 52mil

    Doesn't make tons of sense for the overall movement the Jets are undergoing... but I see how they are desperately trying to give Darnold all the help he can get. I like the identity of running and defense that it provides. Hopefully Bell doesn't turn into Albert Haynesworth. Kind of risky from that standpoint.
  10. With the 40th pick in the NFL Draft the Oakland Raiders select . . . ] JOSH JACOBS. RUNNINGBACK. ALABAMA. Recap 1 - Byron Murphy, CB, Washington 1 - Jaylon Ferguson, DE, Louisiana Tech 1 - Marquise Brown, WR, Oklahoma 2 - Mack Wilson, LB, Alabama 2 - Josh Jacobs, RB, Alabama
  11. With the 35th pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Oakland Raiders select . . . MACK WILSON. LB. ALABAMA.
  12. https://www.chicagotribune.com/sports/football/ct-spt-nick-foles-jaguars-nfl-free-agency-20190304-story.html Nick Foles prospects for a trade went out the window the moment Howie Roseman decided against using the franchise tag on his backup quarterback. With markets for Foles shrinking in free agency, one team has remained constant when it comes to former Super Bowl MVP’s next destination. Les Bowen of Philly.com is reporting that Foles is expected to sign with the Jaguars in free agency and the first steps could take place this week. The Redskins, the Giants, the Raiders and Miami were considered possible landing spots for Foles, who’ll likely lose out on money because the Jaguars were his only real suitor. The Jaguars have been the perfect team for Foles from the beginning with a championship caliber defense, and familiarity with the teams’ offensive coordinator. A deal cannot be officially discussed between the Jaguars and Foles until the “legal tampering” period begins next week on March 11.
  13. With the 27th pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Oakland Raiders select . . . MARQUISE HOLLYWOOD BROWN. WR. OKLAHOMA.
  14. I'm on the clock right now, but it says that Sean is on the clock on the title of the selection thread, as it has read for the last 14 hours. I also went to go read the first post on that page, and according to the list, it says that the most previous pick made was the pick I made with the Raiders, and that the next pick that needs to be made is the Indianapolis Cots. Sure, I could have gone through the entire thread to conclude that the list and the thread title hadn't been updated, but it was still a bit confusing. I'm kind of doing the Raiders to be helpful so that we didn't have to cancel this event due to lack of participation, so it's definitely a teamwork-necessary event. Thanks for the PM. Will pick now.
  15. Antonio Brown posted is official farewell to the Pittsburgh Steelers fanbase thanking them for 9 amazing years. Adam Schefter also reported that he has requested a trade. If the Steelers in fact don't trade this guy, they're going to be send a very weird message to the team setting a precedent that this type of behavior of putting yourself before the team is okay. The Steelers claimed that they would not be open to trading him within the division or to the New England Patriots. Antonio makes 14m a year and has voiced that he's unhappy with that number and wants more, so if a team doesn't have that much its a long shot that he goes there. John Clayton has made a lot of good points. San Francisco makes sense because he's expressed a desire to play there. Oakland makes a lot of sense due to the fact that they have 3 1st round draft picks this year and have a huge need at receiver. The Buccaneers make sense because Bruce Arians, someone who was around AB a lot in Pittsburgh spoke highly about Brown a month or two ago. Not a lot of other teams make sense as there is an ENORMOUS baggage factor with Brown, he's expensive, he's not young, but there are lots of dumb GMs out there and he will sell tickets and is the best WR in the world from a talent perspective and could make almost any team a playoff contender immediately. I would prefer he not be traded but it looks like a serious long shot at this point.
  16. With the 24th pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Oakland Raiders select . . . JAYLON FERGUSON. EDGE. LOUISIANA TECH.
  17. Gruden didn't like Khalil Macks attitude but approved Mr Big Chest Aint Takin No Unguarantees. Okay.
  18. With the 21st pick in the 2019 NFL the Seattle Seahawks select . . . JACHAI POLITE. EDGE. FLORIDA.
  19. With the 9th pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Oakland Raiders select . . BYRON MURPHY. DB. UW.
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    Last Poster Wins!

    move to seattle
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    FA Market

    https://www.patriots.com/news/lb-collins-released-by-browns-could-he-return-to-patriots The Browns announced on Wednesday that they have released Pro Bowl linebacker Jamie Collins. Collins spent the last two-plus seasons with the team after being shipped from New England to Cleveland at the trade deadline in 2016 in exchange for a third-round pick (103rd). Having originally entered the league as a second-round pick out of Southern Mississippi in 2013, Collins started 41 of the 50 games he played in New England over three-plus seasons. In his last two-plus years with the Browns Collins started all 30 games he played in, leading Cleveland with 104 tackles in 16 starts this past fall when he also had four sacks, seven QB hits, an interception, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery. After arriving via trade in Cleveland, Collins signed a four-year contract worth $50 million with a reported $26.4 million guaranteed. He had been set to earn a salary of $10 million in 2019. Cleveland reportedly attempted to trade Collins both at last season’s deadline and this offseason before finally deciding to simply release the high-paid defender. When Collins was traded out of New England on Halloween 2016, there were varying reports regarding the reason for his departure. Some claimed it came from his eroding abilities/value on the field and so-called free-lancing ways as he approached the allure of free agency. Now that he’s made significant money elsewhere and hits the open market at the age of 29, the question will be whether the Patriots might have interest in bringing back the athletic linebacker. There is no question that Collins has unique ability as a versatile defender. In his Pro Bowl season in New England in 2015 he had 5.5 sacks as well as five forced fumbles, offering value again the run, as a pass rusher and in coverage. The Patriots actually have decent depth at linebacker right now. The unit is led by veterans Dont’a Hightower, Kyle Van Noy and Elandon Roberts. A pair of rookies from last year’s draft class, Ja’Whaun Bentley and Christian Sam, finished last season on injured reserve. Bentley not only earned a roster spot as a fifth-round rookie but actually started two of the first three games of last season before being lost to injury.
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    Last Poster Wins!

  23. At this point if I'm Pittsburgh I just sit on it until draft day. Just play it cool for awhile. There can't be a team in the league who really wants him at this point. Just hold onto him and ignore the guy? If someone (who isn't NE or division rival) offers you a first for him and it ends up working out, take it. If you can't get that, just hold onto him and retain the value, even if he negatively impacts the locker room, and just do the best you can with it. That's about all they can do at this point?
  24. BREAKING: Pittsburgh Steelers closing in on deal to send Antonio Brown to theBuffalo Bills. (via Ian Rapoport)
  25. Wow Kyler Murray falls to #8 Detroit! If anyone wants to move up to scoop their QB at #9 I'm happily open for business
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