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New York Jets

QB Bryce Petty, Christian Hackenberg, Josh McCown
RB Bilai Powell, Matt Forte, Jeremy McNichols, Brandon Wilds
FB Zach Line
WR Quincy Enunwa, Charone Peakes
WR Slot Eli Rogers, Robbie Anderson
WR Michael Floyd Dorial Green Beckham, Devin Smith
TE Dennis Pitta, Austin Sefarian Jenkins, Gerald Everett
LT Ben Ijalima, Antonio Garcia
LG James Carpenter, Dakota, Dozier
C John Sullivan, Wesley Johnson
RG Brian Winters, Craig Watts
RT Brandon Shell, Cameron Fleming


DE Sheldon Richardson, Eddie Vanderdoes, Anthony Johnson
NT Dion Simon, Steve McClendon
DE Leonard Williams, Ryan Davis
OLB Tim Williams, Mario Williams, Lorenzo Mauldin
MLB David Harris, Jaylin Reeves Maybin
MLB Darron Lee, Erin Henderson
OLB Jordan Jenkins, Corey Lemonier
CB Marcus Williams, Pierre Desir
CB Darius Butler, Juston Burris
CB Adoree Jackson, Sam Shields
FS Marcus Gilchrist , Jadar Johnson
SS Jamal Adams, Calvin Pryor

KR Adoree Jackson
K Nick Folk
P Lac Edwards




Eagles get
0829 Eric Decker WR
7th Round (227)

Jets get
4th Round (138)
0770 Dorial Green Beckham WR


Browns trade
Number 51 pick, second round

Jets trade
1699 Muhammed Wilkerson


Jets trade
1735 - Nick Mangold - C

Minnesota sends
Pick 6.16 (200)



New York Jets trade
WR Brandon Marshall - 0246
Pick number 200

Steelers trade
WR Eli Rogers 0819
Pick number 94

claims
RT Cameron Fleming
CB Pierre Desir


Cuts
Nick Folk
Breno Giacomini
Ryan Clady
Marcus Gilchrist
Darelle Revis
Buster Skrine
Kyhri Robinson
Other backup scrubs


Signings
Nick Folk, lol, saved a million in the process of cutting and resigning him
John SUllivan, short term Mangold replacement
Darius Butler- Underrated corner with a history of solid production on a team that has no pass rush
Corey Lemonier- Technically a resign, lots of talent, flashed a bit last year for us
Ryan Davis- Situational interior pass rusher
Josh McCown- Just a veteran for the QB room that won't rock the boat. Given no signing bonus so would be cuttable IRL
TE Dennis Pitta - solid vet to run two TE with asj. Short to intermediate target with 81! Catches last year, came cheap
Mario Williams - giving Mario a one year prove it deal should have him motivated for one last payday
Fb Zach line cause fullback
WR Michael Floyd - all the talent in the world. Giving him a shot
CB Sam Shields - one year deal as he is good, but concussions...
FS Marcus Gilchrist-brought him back for a mill. Veteran leader and OK starter

Draft
1.6 S Jamal Adams LSU- We really wanted Lattimore but he went at number 3, so we went with our number one player on the board. Adams is a leader for the secondary who can lay a whooping in the run game while being able to cover TE's and is an insta upgrade
2 38 CB Adoree Jackson - Jackson brings some much needed speed and athleticism to our secondary while doubling as a top flight kick returner
2nd round 51 Edge Time Williams- A knucklehead for sure but the edge talent is something the Jets need. Compares favorably to Leonard Floyd on the field
Round 3 pick 70 OT Antonio Garcia - Super athletic lineman who should be helped by a nfl strength coach to add some bulk. I'm really excited to get him in the third.
Round 3 pick 94 TE Gerald Everett - I absolutely love Everett as I think he's the second most well rounded te in the class behind Howard. Needs to improve route running but is a willing and able blocker
Round 4 136- LB Jalen Reeves-Maybin- Uber athletic LB who has excellent coverage skills. Will need an NFL weight room but can be a nickel cover backer which allows Harris to just be a two down thumper at this point in his career
Round 4 138- RB Jeremy McNichols- Kid has three down potential and while not the most explosive back, he fits the Jets profile and has good receiving skills
Round 5 151 - Eddie Vanderdoes - DT. High upside with some injury concerns cause him to fall. Has had some huge games with flashes throughout college. After trading away Wilkerson, he fills a good rotational piece for inside and outside in 3, in the 3-4 line
Round 6 191 FS Jadar Johnson- Johnson is still a bit raw but he is one of the best center field safeties in the draft with his nose for the ball and speed on display last season. He struggles in run support and needs functional strentgh but should be an excellent compliment to Adams after a year of development

Basically we tore down the majority of this dumpster fire roster and added a couple of very talented WR. Revamp secondary throughout the draft


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Miami Dolphins

QB, Ryan Tannehill, Matt Moore, Brandon Doughty
RB, Jay Ajayi, Ryan Matthews Damien Williams, Kenyan Drake, Storm Johnson
FB, MarQueis Gray, Dominique Jones
WR, DeVante Parker, Leonte Carroo, Jakeem Grant
WR, Kenny Stills, Jarvis Landry, Rashawn Scott
TE, Julius Thomas, David Njoku, Dion Sims, Thomas Duarte,
LT, Laremy Tunsil, Sam Young, Terry Poole,
LG, Kraig Urbik, Michael Harris
C, Mike Pouncey, Joe Hawley, Anthony Steen, Jake Brendel
RG, Chris Chester, Jahri Evans, Brandon Fusco
RT, Jawuan James, Marshall Newhouse

DE, Cameron Wake, Josh Carraway, Terrence Fede, Julius Warmsley, Arthur Miley
DT, Ndamukong Suh, Carlos Watkins, Nick Williams
DT, Nick Fairley, Jordan Phillips
DE, Chandler Jones, Andre Branch, Lawrence Okoye, Deon Lacey,
OLB,Kiko Alonso, Vince Biegel, Trevor Reilly
MLB, Christian Kirksey, Mike Hull, Lamin Barrow
OLB, Alex Anzalone, Ramik Wilson, Sean Weatherspoon, Neville Hewitt, Brandon Watts
CB, Byron Maxwell, Tony Lippett, Jordan Lucas, Lafayette Pitts
SS, Reshad Jones, Xavier Woods, Michael Thomas, A.J Hendy
FS, Marcus Williams, Dwight Lowery, Walt Aikens
CB, Xavien Howard, Bobby McCain, Nate Hairston Daniel Davie, Antwon Blake

K, Andrew Franks
P, Matt Darr
LS, John Denney

Drafted
Re-Signed
Free Agent
Traded

Draft

1, 27 - David Njoku - TE - Miami
3, 65 - Marcus Williams - FS - Utah
3, 91 - Carlos Watkins - DT - Clemson
3, 98 - Alex Anzalone - OLB - Florida
6, 189 - Vince Biegel - OLB - Wisconsin.
6, 206 - Josh Carraway - DE - TCU
6, 208 - Xavier Woods - SS - Louisiana Tech
6, 216 - Nate Hairston - CB - Temple

Trade 1 - Traded Ifo Ekpre-Olomu and pick 243 to Raiders for pick 208

Trade 2 -Traded pick number 54 and 167 to Browns for Christian Kirksey and 65

Trade Analysis - C Kirksey - Excellent season last year and provides option throughout LB positions. Entered Off Season with one starter and cannot fill all needs through draft. One of my favourite pick ups.

Trade 3 - Traded Earl Mitchell for pick 189 with Rams

Trade 4 - Traded B Albert for Julius Thomas.

Trade Analysis - Julius Thomas - Salary trade off with Albert being expendable should Tunsil be moved to Tackle. Thomas put up great numbers working under Gase before and will be a great option for Tannehill.

Trade 5 - Traded Pick number 22 to KC for pick 27 and pick 91.

Trade 6 - Traded pick 177 to KC for pick 216 and Ramik Wilson

Round 1 Free Agency

Chandler Jones - Top Target and needed a pass rusher to replace M Williams, Cameron Wake is a Beast and still puts up numbers with double teams but you cannot double team all these guys. We have Tom Brady in Division so always number one priority.

Kenny Stills - Does drop some passes but a constant deep threat and has good chemistry with Tannehill. Top touchdown grabber last season and no need to see him leave. Also compliments, Parker and Landry well.

Nick Fairley - My other need on the DLINE, Jordan Phillips is a beast in phases but not consistent enough. Provides further pressure up centre and surely put the group in the conversation of best in league.

Wake - Suh - Fairley - Jones

Andre Branch - A welcome surprise last year recording decent sack number in a part time role. Useful in rotation behind Wake and Jones.

Missed - R Leary - This Hurt, Can't complain as got a number of targets but I knew I needed to offer more. I should have bit the bullet and raised what I was willing to pay or choose an alternate target.

Round 2 Free Agency

John Denney - Why let the long snapper leave?

Missed - K Webster, T Jefferson, K Minter - Changed tactics on second round and was hoping to add some depth with Minter and Webster who I thought may get ignored. Both went for good deals elsewhere. Jefferson would have been a luxury signing so kept the bid reasonable but competitive. Not a very successful round.

Round 3 Free Agency

Dion Sims - Resign of solid contributor. He developed finally last season and put some good numbers together, decent blocker and red zone threat,

Michael Harris - Low risk high reward imo. If he doesn't play no guaranteed money tied up in contract if he does will be a good Guard and offer depth at Tackle.

Jahri Evans - Declining talent yes but still performed at a good level and huge hole to fill. Short term deal with little risk.

Missed - D Jones - Not a great fit on paper but thought he would be good value impact player.

Round 4 Free Agency

Chris Chester - Signed to compete great value for money and the initial plan would be for a competition a both Guard positions.

Joe Hawley - Guy can play centre or guard. Have been looking to give myself options due to my previous holes in the guard spot. Having someone to compete with Sheen and Urbik may allow me to move Pouncey about. Do not want to go into the draft having to reach for a position.

Missed - B Rambo - Came in last year and learnt the playbook quickly, Clearly lost a step when getting torched a couple of times but on the whole decent contributor who I wanted to keep as insurance.

Missed- B Mingo - I still need another linebacker at the time of writing, wouldn't expect him to be a starter but was hoping for a backup, Knowing the Pats would obviously help.

Late FA additions - risk free contracts

Sean Weatherspoon, Antwon Blake, Dwight Lowery, Brandon Fusco, Nick Williams, Ryan Matthews, Marshall Newhouse
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The Indianapolis "Madden 17" Colts

Trades

Anthony Costanzo + 4th round pick to Cleveland for Joe Thomas

Reasoning: Costanzo had a couple of nice years two and three years ago, but was a bit of a mess last year. He's younger than Thomas by 4 years, but Thomas still has the goods and it would not at all be surprising if he were capable of 3 more good to great years, and whether or not Costanzo is closer to who he was last year or two years ago is debatable. The 4th was just a bit of a sweetener to make the deal happen and I had no issues with giving that up to ensuring the deal happened. Andrew Luck can rest easy he's not going to get destroyed on his blindside. I loved this deal

TY McGill, Phillip Dorsett, Second Round Pick to Arizona for Jared Veldheer and third round pick.

Reasoning: Joe Haeg is a good offensive lineman, but much, much better suited at guard and third swing tackle. Though I made an upgrade at left tackle with the addition of Thomas, I gave up my best tackle in the process. Clark isn't ready to start, so I had a gaping hole there to fix. My first choice was Andrew Whitworth, then Doug Free, but after missing out on both of them, I was desperate. Arizona is rebuilding, so it was a good opportunity. Veldheer will be 30 next year, but as I said, I have little concern about that. Health could be an issue, as Veldheer missed a chunk of last year after Bicep surgery, the second time he's had it, but at the same time, the two years in between he was 32 / 32. The cost for Veldheer was high. The steepest part was certainly the swap of picks, as I move a full round back. The players aren't slouches either. McGill is progressing nicely and offers some decent interior pressure, particularly for a nose tackle, but was superfluous after the signing of Poe. While Dorsett has struggled, he's got a ton of potential soon. This could be a big win for the Arizona FO, but I think it suited both teams well.

Kendall Langford to the Washington Redskins for Matt Jones

Reasoning: Not much to say here. After the acquisition of Armstead, Langford was destined for a bench role, and he simply makes too much for that. He still has something in the tank, but better opportunities elsewhere. Jones was in the doghouse in Washington, and I knew that I would be releasing Gore, so this made sense. Jones has had his struggles, and has flashed at times. He'll have a good opportunity to prove his worth here.

Joe Reitz to the New York Giants for Shane Vereen


Reasoning: I liked the idea of Vereen as I like running backs with that skill set. Reitz is better suited for guard, but has some tackle experience. Unfortunately, he's blocked in several places on my team. The resigning of Harrison who can play both guard and center, the shifting of Haeg from tackle to guard, and still having the likes of Denzell Good on the roster made Reitz completely expendable.

Donte Moncrief and a third round selection to the San Francisco 49ers for Arik Armstead


Reasoning: Armstead is a former first round pick with a ton of upside who fits my defense while not fitting the 49er defense. Moncrief has flashed potential, but has had a little issue with staying on the field, and thus far hasn't been able to put anything together super consistently. I view him as more of a low end wr2 in the NFL. I think it would be easier to replace Moncrief with someone of comparable talent than it would be to find someone of Armstead's talent, so I made the deal. The third round choice hurt, but the upside of Armstead made this a solid deal for the Colts. I was very happy with the deal.

4th round selection to the Detroit Lions for TE Eric Ebron


Reasoning: Ebron is an athletically gifted tight end who may have some issues, but easily worth a fourth round pick in my opinion. He adds an excellent weapon for Luck in the passing game, and the cost was minimal. While my intention was always to re-sign Doye as a free agent, it was not guaranteed and I needed to bolster the tight end position, particularly seeing as how I'm not a Dwayne Allen supporter. Very pleased to add Ebron to the roster for what I feel is a minimal cost, even in a deep tight end class.

Dwayne Allen to the San Diego Chargers for Brandon Flowers

Reasoning: Dwayne Allen was going to be cut after the acquisition of Ebron. He's not great in the passing game, and he can't stay healthy. Though he was just recently signed to a large extension, that's just because Grigson is an idiot. Flowers may very well be done, but he's only a year removed from a nice season. The concussions are cause for concern, but if he can get back to being healthy, I think he can be a decent slot corner once again, I just didn't want to pay 9 million to find out, which is why the Allen deal made a lot of sense.

Picks 210, 218, and 2018 5th round selection to the Seattle Seahawks for Jeremy Lane

Reasoning: I figured that Lane was going to be much better than most of the camp fodder I could acquire at the end of the draft in round 7. The 2018 5th is discounted as a future year, so that's not atypical. Lane adds another cornerback to the mix, which will be particularly helpful if Flowers can't come back or doesn't make the team.


Free Agency


Dontari Poe, NT - I have some slight concerns regarding his back, but he's a stud and only 26. The deal was very fair and reasonable given other similar deals on the market. Instantly upgrades my line, and I'm excited to see what a line of Armstead - Poe - Anderson can do to opposing offensive lines.

Zach Brown, ILB - Ugh, this was a massive over pay, but I really needed help at the linebacker position. If he can be 80% of what he was last year in Buffalo I'll be happy, but it would still be an overpay.

Robert Woods, WR - After the moves I made, I had a gaping hole at wide receiver. Though there were sexier receivers out there, I like the youth and price point of Woods along with the different skill set to the receivers I already have. He was a priority signing.

Eddie Lacy - A one year prove it deal for a running back who has flashed, but yet to prove it. With the earlier additions, I have a committee of running backs I feel reasonably confident in throughout the season.

Datone Jones - A buy low candidate, Jones looked like he was going to be okay at OLB in 2015, then regressed last year. My OLB depth chart is pretty horrific, so I'll take my chance on a young, former first round pick and hope that he starts to get it.

Depth signings - Cornelius Washington, Victor Cruz, Gino Gradkowski

(Resigns) Mike Adams, Jack Doyle, Trent Cole - Adams is 36, but he's still been playing at a solid level. It's a one year deal and fairly cheap. Doyle was a very pleasant surprise last year, and is only 26 years old. He was a priority re-sign as Ebron is in the last year of his deal and may only end up as a rental.

Cuts

Arthur Jones
Frank Gore
Scott Tolzien

None of these are a surprise in my opinion. Jones can't stay on the field and had a very large price point. He is also completely expendable with the addition of Armstead. Gore is a mid 30's running buck at 3.5M with no dead money. I love the guy, but that's just too much for a declining skill set that may fall off a cliff any day now. Jones has flashed and costs less than 1m. Tolzien isn't a great back up and he cost nearly 2 million. There are better, cheaper options out there.

Waiver Wire

Colton Schmidt
Dujuan Harris
Mike Purcell
Blidi Breh-Wilson
Fahn Cooper
Victor Ochii

My waiver wire picks ups are decidedly 49er flavored. Schmidt was in camp with the 49ers before catching on with the Bills. Extremely happen to have him as a replacement for the recently retired McAffee as I was worried I would have to sign one through free agency at a higher cost or go the UDFA route. Harris has bounced around a bit, but truthfully, I have been somewhat impressed by what he does with the ball in his hand. He just needs to hold on to it. Purcell is depth at the NT position to replace McGill. Hasn't done much in the regular season, though he did play lights out last pre-season for the 49ers which earned him his roster spot. Wilson is a shot at a former high round pick. May see if he can catch on at corner, but moving him to safety is also a possibility. Fahn Cooper and Victor Ochii were late additions from the waiver wire. Ochii has some nice upside if he can cash in on it, but is decidedly a project. Cooper represents a little more depth on the offensive line.
Draft

Round 1, #15: TJ Watt, OLB
Round 3, #77: Elijah Lee, ILB
Round 5, #181: Tedrick Thompson, S
Round 6, #198: I'Tavius Mathers, RB



Depth Chart

Offense

QB: Andrew Luck / Stephen Morris

HB: Eddie Lacy Matt Jones / Shane Vereen / Dujuan Harris / I'Tavius Mathers / Josh Ferguson

TE: Eric Ebron / Jack Doyle / Eric Swoope

WR: TY Hilton / Robert Woods / Quentin Patton / Victor Cruz / Devin Street / Marcus Leak / Chester Rogers / Tevaun Smith / Quan Bray

LT: Joe Thomas / Le'Raven Clark / Jeremy Vujnovich

RT: Jared Veldheer / Fahn Cooper / Joe Haeg

RG: Joe Haeg / Jonotton Harrison / Denzell Good / Adam Redmond

LG: Jack Mewhort / Harrison / Isaiah Cage

C: Ryan Kelly / Harrison / Austin Blythe / Gino Gradkowski

Defense

DE: Arik Armstead / Henry Anderson / Hassan Ridgeway / Cornelius Washington / Lavar Edwards / Kristjan Sokoli

NT: Dontari Poe / David Parry / Mike Purcell

ILB: Zach Brown / Antonio Morrison / Edwin Jackson / Luke Rhodes / Elijah Lee

OLB: Datone Jones / TJ Watt / Akeem Ayers / Trent Cole / Deon King / Curt Maggitt / Alex Bazzie / Deiontrez Mount / Victor Ochii

CB: Vontae Davis / Patrick Robinson / Jeremy Lane / Darryl Morris / Brandon Flowers / Blidi Breh Wilson / Rashaan Melvin / Chris Milton / Larry Scott / Tevin Mitchel / Charles James / Frankie Wilson

S: Clayton Geathers / Mike Adams / Tedrick Thompson / Duke Williams / TJ Green / Andrew Williamson / Stefan McClure / Lee Hightower / Matthias Farley

Special Teams

K: Adam Vinatiari

P: Colton Schmidt

LS: Matt Overton
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Seattle Seahawks

All offseason moves

Rookies:
Round: 1st Pick: 17 Overall: 17 | Seattle selects Garrett Bolles - LT (actually picked 1.20)
Our biggest need has been a LT ever since Okung left. Bolles has all the physical tools necessary for the position with a mean streak to boot. He has great feet and should continue to develop despite being 25 as he has only had 1 year in a D1 football program. He'll compete as an immediate starter at LT.

Round: 2nd Pick: 26 Overall: 58 | Seahawks select Kevin King - CB (actually picked 2.33)
Too good of value to pass up in round 2. Despite addressing our starter opposite of Sherman in FA, we were able to grab a freak athlete in round 2 who is just starting to come into his own. With tremendous length and quickness, King is a ideal match for our scheme. If he develops quickly, he will find time as a nickel back (he has previous experience there), especially against teams using their TE's in the pass game. King has the added value of being a starter at FS when Sidney Jones and Marcus Peters were the starting CBs at UW in a very similar scheme to ours.

Round: 3rd Pick: 41 Overall: 105 | Seattle Seahawks select Larry Ogunjobi - DL (actually picked 3.65)
Another talented athlete, Ogunjobi will have the opportunity to learn the art of hand fighting from Michael Bennett, a true master in the NFL, who has mentored multiple Seahawks in this area. We like our starters at DT but saw a need to add young depth after adding two veterans to their roster on non-guaranteed salaries.

Round: 5th Pick: 27 Overall: 172 | Seattle Seahawks select John Johnson - FS/NCB (actually picked 3.91)
John Johnson may be a bit of an unknown, but I believe if you watch his game you will find a lot of things to like. We saw what happened when Earl went down and refused to let that happen again. Not only can King play FS in a pinch, but Johnson will be filling the role of a NCB/FS hybrid. His primarily role will be that of a future nickel cornerback with the possible departure of Shead in the future. He also will be our primary backup at FS. Johnson has good speed and has great quickness changing directions. He is an ace special teamer with good open-field tackling.

Round: 6th Pick: 10 Overall: 194 | Seattle Seahawks select Ethan Cooper - OG (actually picked UDFA to PITT)
A small school prospect with an impressive physique and on field movement skills. He will be brought in as a developmental prospect and a could be a 4th guard on the roster.

Round: 6th Pick: 25 Overall: 209 | Seattle Seahawks select Keion Adams - SLB (actually picked 7.248)
In our opinion, Adams has a strong chance to go down as the steal of the draft. Impressive ability to bend the edge as a pass rusher with nice timed speed and quickness which is even more apparent on the field. Adams put on roughly ten pounds since the end of the season in a hurry, which took a little away from his athleticism. We will be using Adams as SLB and would prefer he play at whatever weight maximizes his movement skills. We'll be working with him on putting on muscle mass over just mass. He is a tenacious pass rusher with the obvious athletic skills to develop as a zone coverage reminiscent of Bruce Irvin. He will compete to "start" at SLB, though often times we play with 5 DBs.

Round: 6th Pick: 26 Overall: 210 | Seattle Seahawks select Jeremy Clark - CB (actually picked 6.197)
A HWS candidate who showed plenty in college to be worthy of drafting here. He will likely end up on IR magically this season as he gets healthy and learns our system.

Round: 6th Pick: 34 Overall: 218 | Seattle Seahawks select Ben Braden - OG/OT (actually picked UDFA)
A second Michigan man in as many picks, Braden has started in 36 games in college. He is as tough as they come and offers scheme versatility having started at LT and G. He is likely a career backup but the epitome of what you look for in an offensive lineman.

Round: 7th Pick: 26 Overall: 247 | Seattle Seahawks select Damore'ea Stringfellow - WR (actually picked UDFA Dolphins)
A former UW product, Stringfellow made a mistake early on in his college career. Since then, he has bounced around. There is a reason however that he is a former 4 star prospects. Naturally strong hands and a big frame, he is not afraid to go get the ball in a crowd. He'll compete for a roster spot here.

UDFA's
OG Sean Harlow
QB Alek Torgersen
QB Zach Terrell
OL Jermaine Eluemunor

Acquired 2018 5th rounder from the Colts

Depth Chart
QB: Russell Wilson || Trevone Boykin
HB: Adrian Peterson || Thomas Rawls || CJ Prosise || Alex Collins
FB: James Develin || Malcolm Johnson
WR1: Doug Baldwin || Paul Richardson || Kenny Lawler
WR2: Jermaine Kerase || Tanner McEvoy || Kasen Williams || Damore'ea Stringfellow
Slot: Tyler Lockett
TE: Jimmy Graham || Luke Willson || Nick Vannett
LT: Garett Bolles || George Fant
LG: Mark Glowinski || Ehan Cooper || Robert Myers
C: Justin Britt || Joey Hunt
RG: Germain Ifedi || Ben Braden
RT: Mike Remmers || Reese Odhiambo

LDE: Michael Bennett || Jack Crawford || Quinton Jefferson
NT: Jarran Reed || Paul Soliai || Garrison Smith
UT: Ahtyba Rubin || Larry Ogunjobi || Jonathan Babineaux || Quinton Jefferson
LEO: Cliff Avril || Frank Clark || Wes Horton || Cassius Marsh
SLB: Mike Morgan || Cassius Marsh || Jordan Tripp
MLB: Bobby Wagner || Brock Coyle
WLB: KJ Wright || Kevin Pierre-Louis || Dewey McDonald
CB1: Richard Sherman || Kevin King || DeShawn Shead || Mohammed Seisay
SLOT: DeShawn Shead || Neiko Thorpe || John Johnson
FS: Earl Thomas || John Johnson
SS: Kam Chancellor || Kelcie McCray
CB2: Dre Kirkpatrick || DeAndre Elliot || Jeremy Clark

K: Blair Walsh
P: John Ryan
LS: Nolan Frese || Tyler Ott
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2017 TCMD CHICAGO BEARS
GM: squire12
Asst GM: BowserBroncos


Our Primary goal was to add as much talent at as many positions as possible via all available avenues. Specific upgrades at QB, secondary, RT, TE. We feel we have accomplished these goals. Certainly a lot hinges on the success of Jimmy Garoppolo at QB. He will be given the starting roll for 2017, with an solid OL, solid running game and some weapons on the outside, he will be given opportunities to show what he can do.

CUTS
1064 - Jay Cutler - QB
1441 - Lamarr Houston - 34OLB
0808 - Eddie Royal - WR
2498 - Rueben Randle - WR


Additions
TRADES
Jimmy Garoppolo - QB

FRANCHISED
Alshon Jeffery - WR

FREE AGENCY
Ricky Wagner RT
Tony Jefferson SS
Bradley McDougald FS
Jared Odrick - 43DT
Nolan Carroll – CB
DeAngelo Williams – RB
Antonio Gates - TE
Jermon Bushrod - OL
Sam Acho OLB
Eric Kush - OG
Johnthan Banks – CB


Draft Picks

1.3 – 3 Marshon Lattimore, CB Ohio State
2.23 – 55 Tyus Bowser - OLB - Houston
3.38 – 102 Adam Shaheen - TE – Ashland
4.4 – 109 Brad Kaaya - QB - Miami
4.35 – 140 Ryan Glasgow - DT - Michigan
5.10 -155 Josh Malone - WR - Tennessee
5.22- 167 Shaquill Griffin - CB UCF
5.31 - 176
6.37 - 221
7.20 – 241


RFA
0441 - Christian Jones - ILB ROFR -
0673 - Demontre Hurst - S ROFR -
2302 - Will Compton - ILB
2336 - Zach Kerr - 34DE
1065 - Jay Elliott - 34OLB

ERFA
0312 - Bryce Callahan - CB
0561 - Daniel Brown - WR
0620 - David Fales - QB
1233 - Josh Bellamy - WR
2529 - Patrick Scales - LS

Waiver/UDFA
Ben Garland - C
Albert Wilson - WR
Stanley Jean-Baptiste - CB
Marcus Burley - CB
Daniel Sorensen - S
Marqueston Huff - S



DEPTH CHART

Aquired:
Trade = Red
UFA/RFA = Green
Waiver = Violet
Draft = Blue

Depth chart
QB: Jimmy Garoppolo // Brad Kaaya // David Fales
RB: Jordan Howard // DeAngelo Williams // Jeremy Langford // Ka’Deem Carey // David Cobb // Paul Lasike
WR: Alshon Jeffery // Kevin White // Cameron Meredith // Albert Wilson // Josh Malone // Josh Bellamy // Daniel Braverman // Daniel Brown // Dres Anderson // Bralon Addison
TE: Antonio Gates // Adam Shaheen // Zach Miller // Ben Braunecker // MyCole Pruitt
LT: Charles Leno // Jermon Bushrod // William Poehls
LG: Josh Sitton // Cyril Richardson
C: Cody Whitehair // Ben Garland
RG: Kyle Long // Eric Kush // Cornelius Edison
RT: Ricky Wagner // Bobby Massie


DE: Akiem Hicks // Jared Odrick // Mitch Unrein // Zach Kerr // Kapron Lewis-Moore
DT: Eddie Goldman // Ryan Glasgow // Ego Ferguson
OLB: Leonard Floyd // Willie Young // Tyus Bowser // Pernell McPhee // Sam Acho // Jay Elliott // Roy Robertson-Harris //Danny Mason
ILB: Jerrell Freeman // Danny Trevathan // Will Compton // Christian Jones // John Timu // Jonathan Anderson
S: Tony Jefferson // Bradley McDougald // Marqueston Huff // Daniel Sorensen // Deon Bush // Harold Jones-Quartey // DeAndre Houston-Carson // Demontre Hurst
CB: Marshon Lattimore // Kyle Fuller // Shqquill Griffin // Tracy Porter // Nolan Carroll // Bryce Callahan // Deiondre Hall // Stanley Jean-Baptiste // Marcus Burley // Johnthan Banks

P: Pat O’Connell
K:
LS: Patrick Scales
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notable offseason moves:

Philosophy - Minimal cap room to work with, and plenty of draft ammo versus team needs. I wasn't going to hamstring the future just to overpay in FA and push cap liability into later years via restructures/extensions.

Released: RB - Jamaal Charles and QB - Nick Foles
Matched RFA offer on K - Cairo Santos
F-tag and extension successful with S- Eric Berry



KANSAS CITY CHIEFS ----- 2017 ................... {74}

QB: Alex Smith, Nate Peterman, Tyler Bray, Christian Ponder, Joel Stave

RB: Spencer Ware, Charcandrick West, Matt Dayes, Darrin Reaves
FB: Anthony Sherman, Will Ratelle

WR: Jeremy Maclin, Zay Jones, Seantavius Jones
WR: Chris Conley, Demarcus Robinson
WR: Tyreek Hill, De'Anthony Thomas
TE: Travis Kelce, Demetrius Harris, James O'Shaughnessy, Ross Travis

LT: Eric Fisher, Isaiah Battle
LG: Parker Ehinger, Avery Gennesy, Jordan Devey, Joe Cheek
C: Mitch Morse, Zach Fulton
RG: Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, Jah Reid
RT: Mitchell Schwartz, Bryan Witzmann, Josh James


4-3 Under D

LDE: Allen Bailey, Rakeem Nunez-Roches, Cory Johnson
NT: Jaye Howard, Vincent Taylor, T.J. Barnes, Montari Hughes
RDT: Chris Jones, Tamba Hali, David King
RDE: Justin Houston, Dee Ford, Victor Ochi, Dadi Nicolas, Earl Okine

SLB: Haasan Reddick, Khaseem Greene, Frank Zombo
MLB: Derrick Johnson, D.J. Alexander
WLB: Justin March, Jordan Evans, Terrance Smith

LCB: Marcus Peters, DJ White, Kenneth Acker
RCB: Terrance Mitchell, Brian Allen, Julian Wilson
NCB: Steven Nelson, Phillip Gaines
SS: Eric Berry, Eric Murray, Jimmy Hall
FS: Ron Parker, Vernon Harris

K: Cairo Santos
P: Dustin Colquitt
LS: James Winchester


Transactions:
* KC trades #27 + #91 to Miami for #22
* KC trades LB - Ramik Wilson + #216 to Miami for #177
* KC signs QB - Christian Ponder
* KC trades #171 + #218 to Indy for #160

DRAFT PICKS:

With the #22 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft...
The Kansas City Chiefs select...




Round: 1st Pick: 22 Overall: 22 | KC | 4401 | Haasan Reddick | OLB

Haasan Reddick - Temple - LB

Quote:
The heart wants what it wants.. and will go after what it wants. With the Chiefs now shifting to the 4-3 Under.. a defense I have always coveted.. and now with the personnel that best fits... Kansas City aggressively adds Temple LB Haasan Reddick as their SLB. His rush and cover skills will flourish in this important role, and the changes to other positions should also greatly benefit.

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With the #59 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft...
The Kansas City Chiefs select...




Round: 2nd Pick: 27 Overall: 59 | KC | 5000 | Zay Jones | WR

Zay Jones - East Carolina - WR

Quote:
The Chiefs run quite a bit of 3 WR sets, and will continue to do so. The starters are locked in tight with Maclin, Ty Hill, and Conley.. yet that could easily change after this season. Maclin's contract numbers are growing to extremes, and he may become a cap casualty in 2018. Either way, having a talent like Zay Jones waiting in the wings makes this WR stable top tier.

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With the #104 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft...
The Kansas City Chiefs select...




Round: 3rd Pick: 40 Overall: 104 | KC | 4736 | Nathan Peterman | QB | Pittsburgh

Nate Peterman - Pittsburgh - QB

Quote:
At this point and value, it's easy to take a shot at QB with Nate Peterman still on the board. He is one of very few in this class that would be a great fit for Andy Reid's offense. Nate comes from a pro-style offense.. already has a smooth dropback, and play-action game. He has pocket composure, and will take the underneath options for YAC when there.. which is a big part of this offense. Nate also has the gigabytes, work ethic, and mobility to function quite well for what would be required of him. If he never develops into a top tier starting QB, it seems a safe bet that he at least will be a very good QB2 that can keep the team competitive until the starter returns.

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With the #131 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft...
The Kansas City Chiefs select...




Round: 4th Pick: 26 Overall: 131 | KC | 4969 - Vincent Taylor - DT - Oklahoma State

Vincent Taylor - Oklahoma State - DT

Quote:
Allen Bailey and Jaye Howard are two of the four starters on the line. They have contracts nearing their end. Vince Taylor has the talent and skill to play multiple spots.. particularly the 1 or 5 for this scheme. Among others, he will have to compete with another young but good DL in (Rakeem Nunez-Roches) for snaps. No matter who emerges as the future, it's important to have this talent and depth along the DL.

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With the #160 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft...
The Kansas City Chiefs select...




Round: 5th Pick: 15 Overall: 160 | KC (from Indy) | 4109 - Brian Allen - CB - Utah

Brian Allen - Utah - CB

Quote:
This one really impressed me. Brian Allen is 6'3" - 214 lbs.. has 10" hands.. 34" arms.. and 4.4 speed. Add to that, ran the best 3c at 6.64? He also happens to be a very mature father of one, and shows more balance and COD than one would expect of someone his size. I think DB coaches Al Harris and Emmitt Thomas can shape this young man into quite the press CB in short time.

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With the #177 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft...
The Kansas City Chiefs select...




Round: 5th Pick: 32 Overall: 177 | KC | 4693 - Mathew Dayes - RB - North Carolina State

Matt Dayes - NC State - RB

Quote:
The Chiefs are in pretty good shape with Spencer Ware as RB1, and Charcandrick West as RB2. Darrin Reaves showed some promise in the last preseason, but he and West need some competition. Matt Dayes has the skills to stick to the roster, and add strong depth, as he develops further.

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With the #179 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft...
The Kansas City Chiefs select...




Round: 5th Pick: 34 Overall: 177 | KC | 4537 - Jordan Evans - ILB - Oklahoma

Jordan Evans - Oklahoma - LB

Quote:
Dorsey likes some freak athletes, and Jordan Evans is no exception. He surprised the scouts with his blistering 4.5 speed and 38.5" vertical. Numbers aside, Evans has shown to be the rangy, cover LB that the Chiefs could really enjoy as their WLB in this 4-3 Under scheme, and his main weakness (fighting through blocks) would also be minimized at this position. Currently, Justin March is the starter here, but he has had his troubles with injuries. It was important to me to add more talent and competition here.

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With the #248 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft...
The Kansas City Chiefs select...




Round: 7th Pick: 27 Overall: 248 | KC | 4068 - Avery Gennesy - OL - Texas A&M

Avery Gennesy - Texas A&M - OL

Quote:
The Chiefs are set with their starting 5, but I believe Avery Gennesy deserves to be drafted. He will need some work, but he has the athleticism and versatility that KC wants from their OL. Gennesy will compete with Jah Reid and Fulton as depth.. both players with contracts running out soon enough.

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UDFA ???
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JAGS

Will update this afternoon!
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NEW YORK FOOTBALL GIANTS


Current Information

Top 51 Cap Space: $3,599,129

Active Roster Count: 77
Released: 8
June 1st: 0

Transactions:

Released
0021 - Adam Gettis - C
2357 - Aldrick Rosas - K
1265 - JT Thomas - 43OLB
2483 - Rahim Moore - S
1839 - Rashad Jennings - RB
2270 - Victor Cruz - WR


Traded
0524 - Curtis Grant - ILB
2005 - Shane Vereen - RB
6th Round Pick


Acquired via Trade
2308 - Will Sutton - 34DE
1140 - Joe Reitz - RT
0181 - Ben Heeney - ILB


ERFA
1892 - Robert Thomas - 43DT
2310 - Will Tye - TE

RFA
1377 - Kerry Wynn - 43DE
Exclusive Franchise Tag:
1054 - Jason Pierre-Paul - 43DE

Contract Restructures
1032 - Janoris Jenkins - CB
0818 - Eli Manning - QB

Contract Extension
1054 - Jason Pierre-Paul - 43DE

Waiver Wire
1763 - Orleans Darkwa - RB
1666 - Mike Gillislee - RB
1801 - Phillip Supernaw - TE


Resigned UFA
1558 - Mark Herzlich - 43OLB
1334 - Keenan Robinson - 43OLB
2350 - Zak DeOssie - LS
1950 - Ryan Nassib - QB
1163 - John Jerry - RG
0515 - Coty Sensabaugh - CB


UFA Signings
2527 - Arrelious Benn - WR
0419 - Chris Jones - 34DE
0616 - David Bass - 43DE
0850 - Eugene Sims - 43DE
1057 - Jason Witten - TE
1083 - Jelani Jenkins - 43OLB
1350 - Kemal Ishmael - S
1458 - Latavius Murray - RB
1660 - Mike Adams - RT
1727 - Nick Bellore - ILB
1871 - Riley Reiff - RT
1948 - Ryan Mallett - QB


Drafted
Round: 1st Pick: 23 Overall: 23 | New York Giants select Mitch Trubisky - QB
Round: 3rd Pick: 3 Overall: 67 | New York Giants select Dorian Johnson - OG
Round: 3rd Pick: 23 Overall: 87 | New York Giants select Jake Butt - TE
Round: 3rd Pick: 32 Overall: 96 | New York Giants select Amara Darboh - WR

Round: 5th Pick: 23 Overall: 168 | NYG | OTC: Wed, 03/15/17 08:00 PM
Round: 6th Pick: 23 Overall: 207 | NYG | OTC: Fri, 03/17/17 08:40 PM
Round: 7th Pick: 23 Overall: 244 | NYG | OTC: Sun, 03/19/17 08:00 PM

Depth Chart

Offense

QB - Eli Manning / Ryan Nassib / Ryan Mallett / Keith Wenning

RB - Latavius Murray / Paul Perkins / Mike Gillislee / Orleans Darkwa / George Winn / Daryl Virgies / Jacob Huesman

FB - Will Johnson

TE - Jason Witten / Will Tye / Jerell Adams / Phillip Supernaw

WR1 - Odell Beckham, Jr. / Dwayne Harris / Kevin Norwood

WR2 - Roger Lewis / Arrelious Benn

WR SLOT - Sterling Shepard / Tavarres King

LT - Riley Reiff / Mike Adams / Martin Wallace / Michael Bowie

LG - Justin Pugh / Bobby Hart / Jon Halapio

C - Weston Richburg / Brett Jones / Khaled Holmes

RG - Mike Adams / John Jerry

RT - Ereck Flowers / Joe Reitz


Defense

LDE - Jason Pierre-Paul / Kerry Wynn / Eugene Sims / Romeo Okwara / Jordan Williams

RDE - Olivier Vernon / Owamagbe Odighizuwa / David Bass / Stansly Maponga / Ishaq Williams

DT - Damon Harrison / Jay Bromley / Robert Thomas

DT - Chris Jones / Will Sutton

SAM - Devon Kennard / Keenan Robinson / Mark Herzlich

MIKE - Jelani Jenkins / B.J. Goodson / Nick Bellore / Ben Heeney

WILL - Jonathan Casillas / Eric Pinkins / Deontae Skinner

FS - Darian Thompson / Kemal Ishmael / Mykkele Thompson

SS - Landon Collins / Andrew Adams / Nat Berhe

CB1 - Janoris Jenkins / Coty Sensabaugh

CB2 - Eli Apple / Donte Deayon / Michael Hunter

NICK - Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie

Special Teams

K -
P - Brad Wing
LS - Zak DeOssie
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Atlanta Falcons

QB - Matt Ryan
FB - Patrick DiMarco
RB - Devonta Freeman - Tevin Coleman - Corey Clement - Terron Ward
WR - Julio Jones - Mohamed Sanu - Devin Fuller - Anthony Dable
WR - Taylor Gabriel - Justin Hardy - Nick Williams
TE - CJ Fiedorowicz - Austin Hooper - Brian Vogler - D.J. Tialevea - Joshua Perkins
LT - Jake Matthews
LG - Andy Levitre
C - Alex Mack - Trevor Robinson
RG - Taylor Motor - Don Barclay - Wes Schweitzer
RT - Ryan Schraeder

DE - Brooks Reed - Dawuane Smoot - Adrian Claiborne - Tyson Jackson
DT - Kawaan Short - Charles Walker - Joe Vellano
DT - Grady Jarrett - Davon Godchaux - Chris Mayes
DE - Vic Beasley - Deatrich Wise JR - Ra'shede Hageman - Derrick Shelby
LB - Deion Jones - Paul Worrilow - Josh Keyes
LB - Karlos Dansby - De'Vondre Campbell
CB - Desmond Trufant - Brian Poole - Deji Olatoye
CB - Jalen Collins - C.J. Goodwin
Slot - Robert Alford - Jourdan Lewis
S - Keanu Neal
S - Ricardo Allen - Rudy Ford - Sharrod Neasman

LS - Josh Harris
K - Matt Bryant - Mike Meyer
P - Matt Bosher

FA Signings

Round 1
Paul Worrilow
Round 2
Kawaan Short
Don Barclay
Patrick DiMarco
Round 3
Karlos Dansby

Extension
Matt Ryan

Restructure
Julio Jones

Trades
Pick 31 for picks 57, 169, and CJ Fiedorowicz.

Draft
#57 - OG - Taylor Moton
#63 - CB - Jourdan Lewis
#95 - DE - Dawuane Smoot
#135 - DT - Davon Godchaux
#169 - RB - Corey Clement
#175 - DT - Charles Walker
#214 - DE - Deatrich Wise Jr.
#252 - FS - Rudy Ford


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Los Angeles Chargers
Key:
Free Agency
Draft
Trade

Offense
QB: Philip Rivers - Mike Bercovici
RB: Melvin Gordon - Branden Oliver - T.J. Logan - Kenneth Farrow
FB: Derek Watt
XWR: Tyrell Williams - Dontrelle Inman
ZWR: Travis Benjamin - Ishmael Zamora
SLWR: Keenan Allen - Ryan Switzer
TE: Hunter Henry - Dwayne Allen - Jake McGee
LT: Ryan Ramczyk - King Dunlap - Tyler Johnstone
LG: Orlando Franklin - Donovan Clark - Tim Lelito
C: Max Tuerk - Tim Lelito - Kenny Wiggins
RG: Matt Slauson - Donovan Clark - Tim Lelito
RT: Joe Barksdale - Garry Gilliam - Tyler Johnstone

Defense
LDE: Joey Bosa - Jihad Ward - Dalvin Tomlinson
NT: Brandon Mebane - Dalvin Tomlinson - Ryan Carrethers
UT: Corey Liuget - Jihad Ward - Dalvin Tomlinson - Caraun Reid
LEO: Mario Addison - Jerry Attaochu - Tourek Williams
SLB: Kyle Emanuel - Joshua Perry - Chris McCain
MLB: Denzel Perryman - Korey Toomer - Carlos Fields
WLB: Jatavis Brown - Korey Toomer - Nick Dzubnar
LCB: Brandon Carr - Ahkello Witherspoon
RCB: Jason Verrett - Craig Mager
SLCB: Casey Hayward - Randall Evans
FS: Desmond King - Dexter McCoil
SS: Barry Church - Darrell Stuckey - Adrian McDonald

Special Teams
K: Josh Lambo
P: Drew Kaser
LS: Mike Windt
KR: T.J. Logan
PR: Ryan Switzer

Draft Picks
Round 1 Pick #7 - Ryan Ramczyk OT Wisconsin
Round 2 Pick #38 - Desmond King FS Iowa
Round 3 Pick #71 - Ahkello Witherspoon CB Colorado
Round 4 Pick #113 - Dalvin Tomlinson DT/DE Alabama
Round 5 Pick #151 - Ishmael Zamora WR Baylor
Round 6 Pick #190 - T.J. Logan HB/KR North Carolina
Round 7 Pick #225 - Ryan Switzer WR/PR North Carolina
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Shoulda done this awhile ago, whoops.

Draft Picks:
1.8 - Jonathan Allen - DE/DT - Alabama
2.40 - Budda Baker - FS - Washington
3.72 - Roderick Johnson - LT - Florida State
3.99 - Isaiah Ford - WR - Virginia Tech
4.113 - Jeremy Sprinkle - TE - Arkansas
5.153 - Wayne Gallman - RB - Clemson
6.192 - Marquez White - CB - Florida State
7.236 - Travis Rudolph - WR Florida State

Depth Chart:

Free Agency
Resign
Draft
Extended

Offense:

QB: Cam Newton / Case Keenum / Derek Anderson
RB: Jonathan Stewart / Fozzy Whittaker / Christine Michael / Wayne Gallman / Cameron Artis-Payne
FB: Kyle Juszczyk
WR1: Kelvin Benjamin / Devin Funchess / Isaiah Ford
WR2: Ted Ginn / Russell Shepard / Stevie Johnson / Travis Rudolph
TE: Greg Olsen / Jeremy Sprinkle / Logan Paulsen
LT: Michael Oher / Roderick Johnson / Jake Long
LG: Andrew Norwell / Ted Larsen
C: Ryan Kalil / Tyler Larsen
RG: Trai Turner / Ted Larsen
RT: Austin Pasztor / Daryl Williams

Defense:
RE: Nick Perry / Dwight Freeney / Ryan Delaire /
UT: Vernon Butler / Jonathan Allen
NT: Star Lotulelei / Stephen Paea / CJ Wright
LE: Jonathan Allen / Kony Ealy /
WLB: Thomas Davis / Jeremy Cash /
MLB: Luke Keuchly / Bruce Carter / David Mayo
SLB: Shaq Thompson / Bruce Carter /
CB1: James Bradberry / Louis Young /
FS: Kurt Coleman / Budda Baker /
SS: Jahleel Addae / Tre Boston / Duke Ihenacho
CB2: Daryl Worley / Marquez White
Slot: Brice McCain / Zack Sanchez

K: Graham Gano
P: Andy Lee
KR: Ted Ginn
PR: Ted Ginn
LS: Jeff Jansen

Trades:

None, I'm too antisocial Laughing

Free Agency:

Round 1:
Nick Perry - DE (7 years, $77M w/ $26.5M guaranteed)

Missed:
Charles Johnson (1yr/3.4M/2.5M)
Ricky Wagner (4yr/34.5M/$18M)
Riley Reiff (4yr/$35M/$19M)

Round 2:
Kyle Juszczyk - FB (3yr/$9.75M/$3.5M)
Doug Free - RT (1yr/$6.75M/$3.25M)
Austin Pasztor - T/G (4yr/$15M/$5M)
Ted Ginn - WR (2yr/$6.25M/$3.75M)

Round 3:
Jahleel Addae - SS (6yr/$27.615M/$13M)
Brice McCain - CB (slot) (2yr/$7M/$4.5M)
Fozzy Whittaker - RB (3yr/$3.285M/$1M)

Missed:
Alex Okafor - EDGE (3yr/4.035M/$1.75M)

Round 4:
Bruce Carter - LB (2yr/$2M/$450k)
Ted Larsen - LG (1yr/$1M/$225k)
Dwight Freeney - DE (1yr/1.55M/$550k)

Round 5:
CJ Wright - DT (1yr/$775k/$75k)
Logan Paulsen - TE (1yr/$775k/$20k)

Missed:
Marquess Wilson - WR (2yr/$1.84M/$275k)

Round 6:
Duke Ihenacho - S (2yr/$1.5M/$20k)
Jake Long - T (1yr/$1.18M/$280k)
Russell Shepard - WR (4yr/$7.95M/$1M)

Round 7:
Case Keenum - QB (2yr/$3.5M/500k)
Christine Michael - RB (2yr/2.07M/$591k)
Stephen Paea - DT (2yr/$3.33M/$770k)

Round 8:
Stevie Johnson - WR (1yr/$1M/$100k)

Missed: Jamaal Charles (1yr/$1.19M/$290k)

Cuts:
Mike Tolbert
Gino Gradkowski
Ed Dickson
Paul Soliai

Extensions:
Star Lotulelei - (6 years, $33.45M [$10.3 guaranteed])
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Arizona Cardinals

Starter
Free Agent
Resign
Draft Pick
Traded For

Offense

QB: Carson Palmer, Matt Barkley, Drew Stanton, Zac Dysert
RB: David Johnson, Darren McFadden, Donnel Pumphrey, Stepfan Taylor
WR: Larry Fitzgerald, ArDarius Stewart, Jaron Brown
SLOT: Phillip Dorsett, JJ Nelson, Jaron Brown
LT: DJ Humphries, Bradley Sowell, Matt Tobin
LG: Mike Iupati, Patrick Omameh, David Sharpe, Taylor Boggs
C: AQ Shipley, Jon Toth, Tony Bergstrom, Evan Boehm
RG: Dan Feeney, Cameron Erving, David Sharpe, Cole Toner
RT: Chris Clark, Matt Tobin, David Sharpe, John Wetzel
TE: Darren Fells, Troy Niklas, Hakeem Valles
WR: John Brown, Jehu Chesson, Marquis Bundy

Defense:

LE: Robert Nkemdiche, Damion Square, Ed Stinson
NT: Corey Peters, TY McGill, Xavier Williams
RE: Caleb Brantley, Haloti Ngata, Josh Mauro
LOLB: Charles Harris, Julius Peppers
ILB: Deone Bucannon, Zaviar Gooden, Scooby Wright III
ILB: Kelvin Sheppard, Koa Misi, Ben Gedeon
ROLB: Markus Golden, Kareem Martin
CB: Patrick Peterson, Justin Bethel, Jacoby Glenn, Trevor Hartfield
FS: Tyrann Mathieu, Shamarko Thomas
SS: Ladarius Webb, Tyvon Branch
CB: Cordrea Tankersley, Crevon Le'Blanc, Leonard Johnson, Ron Brooks

Special Teams

K: Chandler Catanzaro
P: Matt Wile
LS: Aaron Brewer


Future Draft Picks
1st
1st from Bills
2nd
3rd
3rd from Raiders
4th
5th
6th
7th

Position Battles:

RT: Chris Clark vs. Matt Tobin
C: AQ Shipley vs. Jon Toth
RB2: Darren McFadden vs. Donnel Pumphrey

Current Cap Space: ~8,500,000
2018 Cap Space: ~100,000,000 (after Carson and Fitz retire)
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^
If you start Matt Tobin, Carson Palmer won't make it to retirement Laughing
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Forge wrote:
The Indianapolis "Madden 17" Colts

Trades

Anthony Costanzo + 4th round pick to Cleveland for Joe Thomas

Reasoning: Costanzo had a couple of nice years two and three years ago, but was a bit of a mess last year. He's younger than Thomas by 4 years, but Thomas still has the goods and it would not at all be surprising if he were capable of 3 more good to great years, and whether or not Costanzo is closer to who he was last year or two years ago is debatable. The 4th was just a bit of a sweetener to make the deal happen and I had no issues with giving that up to ensuring the deal happened. Andrew Luck can rest easy he's not going to get destroyed on his blindside. I loved this deal

TY McGill, Phillip Dorsett, Second Round Pick to Arizona for Jared Veldheer and third round pick.

Reasoning: Joe Haeg is a good offensive lineman, but much, much better suited at guard and third swing tackle. Though I made an upgrade at left tackle with the addition of Thomas, I gave up my best tackle in the process. Clark isn't ready to start, so I had a gaping hole there to fix. My first choice was Andrew Whitworth, then Doug Free, but after missing out on both of them, I was desperate. Arizona is rebuilding, so it was a good opportunity. Veldheer will be 30 next year, but as I said, I have little concern about that. Health could be an issue, as Veldheer missed a chunk of last year after Bicep surgery, the second time he's had it, but at the same time, the two years in between he was 32 / 32. The cost for Veldheer was high. The steepest part was certainly the swap of picks, as I move a full round back. The players aren't slouches either. McGill is progressing nicely and offers some decent interior pressure, particularly for a nose tackle, but was superfluous after the signing of Poe. While Dorsett has struggled, he's got a ton of potential soon. This could be a big win for the Arizona FO, but I think it suited both teams well.

Kendall Langford to the Washington Redskins for Matt Jones

Reasoning: Not much to say here. After the acquisition of Armstead, Langford was destined for a bench role, and he simply makes too much for that. He still has something in the tank, but better opportunities elsewhere. Jones was in the doghouse in Washington, and I knew that I would be releasing Gore, so this made sense. Jones has had his struggles, and has flashed at times. He'll have a good opportunity to prove his worth here.

Joe Reitz to the New York Giants for Shane Vereen


Reasoning: I liked the idea of Vereen as I like running backs with that skill set. Reitz is better suited for guard, but has some tackle experience. Unfortunately, he's blocked in several places on my team. The resigning of Harrison who can play both guard and center, the shifting of Haeg from tackle to guard, and still having the likes of Denzell Good on the roster made Reitz completely expendable.

Donte Moncrief and a third round selection to the San Francisco 49ers for Arik Armstead


Reasoning: Armstead is a former first round pick with a ton of upside who fits my defense while not fitting the 49er defense. Moncrief has flashed potential, but has had a little issue with staying on the field, and thus far hasn't been able to put anything together super consistently. I view him as more of a low end wr2 in the NFL. I think it would be easier to replace Moncrief with someone of comparable talent than it would be to find someone of Armstead's talent, so I made the deal. The third round choice hurt, but the upside of Armstead made this a solid deal for the Colts. I was very happy with the deal.

4th round selection to the Detroit Lions for TE Eric Ebron


Reasoning: Ebron is an athletically gifted tight end who may have some issues, but easily worth a fourth round pick in my opinion. He adds an excellent weapon for Luck in the passing game, and the cost was minimal. While my intention was always to re-sign Doye as a free agent, it was not guaranteed and I needed to bolster the tight end position, particularly seeing as how I'm not a Dwayne Allen supporter. Very pleased to add Ebron to the roster for what I feel is a minimal cost, even in a deep tight end class.

Dwayne Allen to the San Diego Chargers for Brandon Flowers

Reasoning: Dwayne Allen was going to be cut after the acquisition of Ebron. He's not great in the passing game, and he can't stay healthy. Though he was just recently signed to a large extension, that's just because Grigson is an idiot. Flowers may very well be done, but he's only a year removed from a nice season. The concussions are cause for concern, but if he can get back to being healthy, I think he can be a decent slot corner once again, I just didn't want to pay 9 million to find out, which is why the Allen deal made a lot of sense.

Picks 210, 218, and 2018 5th round selection to the Seattle Seahawks for Jeremy Lane

Reasoning: I figured that Lane was going to be much better than most of the camp fodder I could acquire at the end of the draft in round 7. The 2018 5th is discounted as a future year, so that's not atypical. Lane adds another cornerback to the mix, which will be particularly helpful if Flowers can't come back or doesn't make the team.


Free Agency


Dontari Poe, NT - I have some slight concerns regarding his back, but he's a stud and only 26. The deal was very fair and reasonable given other similar deals on the market. Instantly upgrades my line, and I'm excited to see what a line of Armstead - Poe - Anderson can do to opposing offensive lines.

Zach Brown, ILB - Ugh, this was a massive over pay, but I really needed help at the linebacker position. If he can be 80% of what he was last year in Buffalo I'll be happy, but it would still be an overpay.

Robert Woods, WR - After the moves I made, I had a gaping hole at wide receiver. Though there were sexier receivers out there, I like the youth and price point of Woods along with the different skill set to the receivers I already have. He was a priority signing.

Eddie Lacy - A one year prove it deal for a running back who has flashed, but yet to prove it. With the earlier additions, I have a committee of running backs I feel reasonably confident in throughout the season.

Datone Jones - A buy low candidate, Jones looked like he was going to be okay at OLB in 2015, then regressed last year. My OLB depth chart is pretty horrific, so I'll take my chance on a young, former first round pick and hope that he starts to get it.

Depth signings - Cornelius Washington, Victor Cruz, Gino Gradkowski

(Resigns) Mike Adams, Jack Doyle, Trent Cole - Adams is 36, but he's still been playing at a solid level. It's a one year deal and fairly cheap. Doyle was a very pleasant surprise last year, and is only 26 years old. He was a priority re-sign as Ebron is in the last year of his deal and may only end up as a rental.

Cuts

Arthur Jones
Frank Gore


None of these are a surprise in my opinion. Jones can't stay on the field and had a very large price point. He is also completely expendable with the addition of Armstead. Gore is a mid 30's running buck at 3.5M with no dead money. I love the guy, but that's just too much for a declining skill set that may fall off a cliff any day now. Jones has flashed and costs less than 1m. Tolzien isn't a great back up and he cost nearly 2 million. There are better, cheaper options out there.

Waiver Wire

Colton Schmidt
Dujuan Harris
Mike Purcell
Blidi Breh-Wilson
Fahn Cooper
Victor Ochii

My waiver wire picks ups are decidedly 49er flavored. Schmidt was in camp with the 49ers before catching on with the Bills. Extremely happen to have him as a replacement for the recently retired McAffee as I was worried I would have to sign one through free agency at a higher cost or go the UDFA route. Harris has bounced around a bit, but truthfully, I have been somewhat impressed by what he does with the ball in his hand. He just needs to hold on to it. Purcell is depth at the NT position to replace McGill. Hasn't done much in the regular season, though he did play lights out last pre-season for the 49ers which earned him his roster spot. Wilson is a shot at a former high round pick. May see if he can catch on at corner, but moving him to safety is also a possibility. Fahn Cooper and Victor Ochii were late additions from the waiver wire. Ochii has some nice upside if he can cash in on it, but is decidedly a project. Cooper represents a little more depth on the offensive line.
Draft

Round 1, #15: TJ Watt, OLB
Round 3, #77: Elijah Lee, ILB
Round 5, #181: Tedrick Thompson, S
Round 6, #198: I'Tavius Mathers, RB



Depth Chart

Offense

QB: Andrew Luck / Scott Tolzien / Stephen Morris

HB: Eddie Lacy Matt Jones / Shane Vereen / Dujuan Harris / I'Tavius Mathers / Josh Ferguson

TE: Eric Ebron / Jack Doyle / Eric Swoope

WR: TY Hilton / Robert Woods / Quentin Patton / Victor Cruz / Devin Street / Marcus Leak / Chester Rogers / Tevaun Smith / Quan Bray

LT: Joe Thomas / Le'Raven Clark / Jeremy Vujnovich

RT: Jared Veldheer / Fahn Cooper / Joe Haeg

RG: Joe Haeg / Jonotton Harrison / Denzell Good / Adam Redmond

LG: Jack Mewhort / Harrison / Isaiah Cage

C: Ryan Kelly / Harrison / Austin Blythe / Gino Gradkowski

Defense

DE: Arik Armstead / Henry Anderson / Hassan Ridgeway / Cornelius Washington / Lavar Edwards / Kristjan Sokoli

NT: Dontari Poe / David Parry / Mike Purcell

ILB: Zach Brown / Antonio Morrison / Edwin Jackson / Luke Rhodes / Elijah Lee

OLB: Datone Jones / TJ Watt / Akeem Ayers / Trent Cole / Deon King / Curt Maggitt / Alex Bazzie / Deiontrez Mount / Victor Ochii

CB: Vontae Davis / Patrick Robinson / Jeremy Lane / Darryl Morris / Brandon Flowers / Blidi Breh Wilson / Rashaan Melvin / Chris Milton / Larry Scott / Tevin Mitchel / Charles James / Frankie Wilson

S: Clayton Geathers / Mike Adams / Tedrick Thompson / Duke Williams / TJ Green / Andrew Williamson / Stefan McClure / Lee Hightower / Matthias Farley

Special Teams

K: Adam Vinatiari

P: Colton Schmidt

LS: Matt Overton

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