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PostPosted: Fri Feb 01, 2013 7:41 pm    Post subject: 2013 Offseason V.3 Reply with quote

2013 Offseason

Free Agency

notable players released:
-QB Matt Cassel
-QB Alex Smith
-QB Ryan Fitzpatrick
-QB Kevin Kolb
-DL Tommy Kelly

notable trades:
-NY Jets receive DB Tramon Williams, 2013 1st, 2013 3rd, 2014 2nd
-Green Bay Packers receive DB Darrelle Revis, 2013 6th

notable players signed (UFA):
QB
-Joe Flacco resigns with Baltimore Ravens
-Matt Moore signs with Arizona Cardinals
-Alex Smith signs with Buffalo Bills
-Ryan Fitzpatrick signs with Chicago Bears
-Michael Vick signs with Minnesota Vikings
-Matt Cassel signs with Cleveland Browns
-Kevin Kolb signs with Kansas City Chiefs

RB
-Stephen Jackson signs with Green Bay Packers
-Reggie Bush signs with Cincinnati Bengals
-Shonn Greene signs with Kansas City Chiefs

WR
-Victor Cruz resigns with New York Giants
-Dwayne Bowe signs with Buffalo Bills
-Mike Wallace signs with Indianapolis Colts
-Greg Jennings signs with Miami Dolphins
-Wes Welker resigns with New England Patriots
-Denario Alexander resigns with San Diego Chargers
-Danny Amendola signs with Kansas City Chiefs
-Brian Hartline signs with Minnesota Vikings

TE
-Tony Gonzalez retires
-Martellus Bennett resigns with New York Giants
-Dustin Keller signs with Chicago Bears
-Dennis Pitta resigns with Baltimore Ravens
-Branden Myers resigns with Oakland Raiders
-Jared Cook signs with Miami Dolphins
-Anthony Fasano signs with Atlanta Falcons
-Fred Davis signs with Tampa Bay Buccaneers

OL
(T)
-Jake Long signs with Chicago Bears
-Sebastian Vollmer resigns with New England Patriots
-Andre Smith resigns with Cincinnait Bengals
-Ryan Clady resigns with Denver Broncos
-Will Beatty resigns with New York Giants
-Phil Loadholt resigns with Atlanta Falcons
-Sam Baker resigns with Atlanta Falcons
-Branden Albert resigns with Kansas City Chiefs
-Sean Locklear signs with Miami Dolphins
-Gosder Cherilus signs with New York Giants
-Barry Richardson resigns with St. Louis Rams
-Jermon Bushrod signs with San Diego Chargers
-Bryant McKinnie resigns with Baltimore Ravens
-Winston Justice resigns with Indianapolis Colts

(G)
-Andy Levitre resigns with Buffalo Bills
-Louis Vasquez resigns with San Diego Chargers
-Kevin Boothe signs with Tennessee Titans
-Brandon Moore resigns with New York Jets
-Ramon Foster signs with Cleveland Browns
-Donald Thomas signs with Houston Texans
-Tryonne Green resigns with San Diego Chargers
-Ryan Lilja retires
-Matt Slausen resigns with New York Jets

(C)
-Fernando Velasco resigns with Tennessee Titans
-Todd McClure resigns with Atlanta Falcons
-Evan Dietrich-Smith resigns with Green Bay Packers
-Rob Turner resigns with St. Louis Rams

DL
(DE/LB)
-Anthony Spencer signs with Cleveland Browns
-Michael Johnson resigns with Cincinnati Bengals
-Michael Bennett resigns with Tampa Bay Buccaneers
-Cliff Avril signs with Jacksonville Jaguars
-Dwight Freeney signs with Atlanta Falcons
-William Hayes signs with New York Giants
-Osi Umenyiora signs with San Fransico 49ers
-Isreal Idonije signs with Oakland Raiders
-Casey Hampton signs with Philadelphia Eagles

(T)
-Henry Melton resigns with Chicago Bears
-Randy Starks resigns with Miami Dolphins
-Richard Seymour signs with Cleveland Browns
-Desmond Bryant resigns with Oakland Raiders
-Jason Jones resigns with Seattle Seahawks
-Sammie Lee Hill signs with Minnesota Vikings
-Roy Miller signs with Dallas Cowboys
-Mike DeVito resigns with New York Jets

LB
(OLB)
-Paul Kruger resigns with Baltimore Ravens
-Philip Wheeler resigns with Oakland Raiders
-Daryl Smith signs with New York Giants
-Connor Barwin signs with Miami Dolphins
-Shaun Phillips signs with Houston Texans
-Thomas Howard signs with Minnesota Vikings
-Manny Lawson signs with Indianapolis Colts
-Justin Durant resigns with Detroit Lions
-Erin Henderson signs with Tampa Bay Buccaneers
-Leroy Hill signs with Cincinnati Bengals
-Keith Rivers signs with Oakland Raiders

(ILB)
-Brad Jones signs with Cincinnati Bengals
-Dannell Ellerbe resigns with Baltimore Ravens
-Brian Urlacher signs with Denver Broncos
-Larry Grant signs with Arizona Cardinals

DB
(CB)
-Aqib Talib resigns with New England Patriots
-Keenan Lewis resigns with Pittsburgh Steelers
-Sean Smith resigns with Miami Dolphins
-Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie Signs with Indianapolis Colts
-Chris Houston resigns with Detroit Lions
-Leodis McKelvin resigns with Buffalo Bills
-Derek Cox resigns with Jacksonville Jaguars
-Cary Williams signs with Cleveland Browns
-Brent Grimes signs with Philadelphia Eagles

(S)
-Jarius Byrd resigns with Buffalo Bills
-Dashon Goldson resigns with San Francisco 49ers
-Ed Reed signs with Denver Broncos
-Louis Delmas signs with Cincinnati Bengals
-Glover Quin resigns with Houston Texans
-William Moore resigns with Atlanta Falcons
-Kenny Phillips signs with St. Louis Rams
-LaRon Landry resigns with New York Jets
-Chris Clemons resigns with Miami Dolphins


2013 NFL Draft

round 1

1) Kansas City Chiefs select Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia

2) Jacksonville Jaguars select Damontre Moore, DL, Texas A&M

3) Oakland Raiders select Star Lotulelei, DL, Utah

4) Philadelphia Eagles select Luke Joeckel, OL, Texas A&M

5) Detroit Lions select Bjoern Werner, DL, Florida State

6) Cleveland Browns select Jarvis Jones, LB, Georgia

7) Arizona Cardinals select Eric Fisher, OL, Central Michigan

Cool Buffalo Bills select Ezekiel Ansah, DL, BYU

9) New York Jets select Barkevious Mingo, DL/LB, Louisiana State

10) Tennessee Titans select DeMarcus Milliner, DB, Alabama

11) San Diego Chargers select Dion Jordan, LB, Oregon

12) Miami Dolphins select Jonthan Banks, DB, Mississippi State

13) Tampa Bay Buccaneers select Sharrif Floyd, DL, Florida

14) Carolina Panthers select Sheldon Richardson, DL, Missouri

15) New Orleans Saints select Kenny Vaccaro, DB, Texas

16) St. Louis Rams select Chance Warmack, OL, Alabama

17) Pittsburgh Steelers select Alex Okafor, DL/LB, Texas

1Cool Dallas Cowboys select Johnathan Hankins, DL, Ohio State

19) New York Giants select Manti Te'o, LB, Notre Dame

20) Chicago Bears select Alec Ogletree, LB, Georgia

21) Cincinnati Bengals select Sam Montgomery, DL/LB, Louisiana State

22) St. Louis Rams select Keenan Allen, WR, California

23) Minnesota Vikings select Terrance Williams, WR, Baylor

24) Indianapolis Colts select Jonathan Cooper, OL, North Carolina

25) Seattle Seahawks select Tyvon Austin, WR, West Virginia

26) New York Jets (f/GB) select Mike Glennon, QB, North Carolina State

27) Houston Texans select Kevin Minter, LB, Louisiana State

2Cool Denver Broncos select Kewann Short, DL, Purdue

29) New England Patriots select Desmond Trufant, DB, Washingotn

30) Atlanta Falcons select Johnathan Jenkins, DL, Georgia

31) Baltimore Ravens select Matt Elam, DB, Florida

32) San Francisco 49ers select Margus Hunt, DL, SMU

round 2

1) Jacksonville Jaguars select EJ Manual, QB, Florida State

2) Kansas City Chiefs select Tyler Eifert, TE, Notre Dame

3) Philadelphia Eagles select D.J. Fluker, OL, Alabama

4) Detroit Lions select Lane Johnson, OL, Oklahoma

5) Cincinnati Bengals select Barrett Jones, OL, Alabama

6) Arizona Cardinals select Tyler Wilson, QB, Arkansas

7) New York Jets select Stepfan Taylor, RB, Stanford

Cool Tennessee Titans select Larry Warford, OL, Kentucky

9) Buffalo Bills select Ryan Nassib, QB, Syracuse

10) Miami Dolphins select Justin Hunter, WR, Tennessee

11) Tampa Bay Buccaneers select Xavier Rhodes, DB, Florida State

12) Carolina Panthers select DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Clemson

13) San Diego Chargers select Giovanni Bernard, RB, North Carolina

14) St. Louis Rams select Zach Ertz, TE, Stanford

15) Dallas Cowboys select Dallas Thomas, OL, Tennessee

16) Pittsburgh Steelers select Cordarelle Patterson, WR, Tennessee

17) New York Giants select Corey Lemonier, DL, Auburn

1Cool Chicago Bears select Sylvester Williams, DL, North Carolina

19) Washington Redskins select Eric Reid, DB, Louisiana State

20) Minnesota Vikings select Jordan Poyer, DB, Oregon State

21) Cincinnati Bengals select David Amerson, DB, North Carolina State

22) Miami Dolphins select Kyle Long, OL, Oregon

23) Green Bay Packers select Aaron Dobson, WR, Marshall

24) Seattle Seahawks select Jessie Williams, DL, Alabama

25) Houston Texans select Markus Wheaton, WR, Oregon State

26) Denver Broncos select Joseph Randle, RB, Oklahoma State

27) New England Patriots select Da'Rick Rogers, WR, Tennessee Tech

2Cool Atlanta Falcons select Eddie Lacy, RB, Alabama

29) Baltimore Ravens select Quinton Patton, WR, Louisiana State

30) San Francisco 49ers select Chase Thomas, LB, Stanford

works cited: www.WalterFootball.com


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 01, 2013 7:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

So we sign Mike Wallace and DRC, and re-sign Justice. I'd prefer signing a new RT, and get an upgrade at OG, maybe Donald Thomas and Vollmer can both migrate to Indy?
I love the Cooper pick.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 01, 2013 8:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I doubt we sign absolutely nobody and let Sammie Hill leave. Also, not a fan of the draft.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 01, 2013 8:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nobody wrote:
So we sign Mike Wallace and DRC, and re-sign Justice. I'd prefer signing a new RT, and get an upgrade at OG, maybe Donald Thomas and Vollmer can both migrate to Indy?
I love the Cooper pick.


Winston Justice was a serviceable player when healthy last year and I think the Colts can sign him for a multi-year bargain. I don't believe Vollmer will leave New England. Donald Thomas would be a realistic option for the Colts, though.

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I doubt we sign absolutely nobody and let Sammie Hill leave. Also, not a fan of the draft.


I only listed signings I thought would be notable. Because the Lions are in a more precarious cap situation than most other teams in the league, it will be hard for them to make a big impact in free agency.

What didn't you like in my projected draft?
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 01, 2013 8:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I don't see Hampton resigning with the Steelers. Retaining Lewis would be nice.

I love the Okafor selection in the second. I like him as a potential first rounder. However, Eddie Lacy will be very tempting there as well as Eric Reid and Jesse Williams. I don't like the Patterson pick much but understand why with Wallace leaving in your scenario. I prefer a defensive player taken instead.
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Shout goes out for the hard work and even though I think Revis will end up resigning (wishful thinking) its not too bad of a trade.

The draft for the Jets isn't great especially with other options available, Jordon and Wilson/Glennon would be better in the first. Then give us the best wide reciever in the second over a running back.

Nice work though..
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I don't see Hampton resigning with the Steelers. Retaining Lewis would be nice.

I love the Okafor selection in the second. I like him as a potential first rounder. However, Eddie Lacy will be very tempting there as well as Eric Reid and Jesse Williams. I don't like the Patterson pick much but understand why with Wallace leaving in your scenario. I prefer a defensive player taken instead.


I think if Hampton still wants to play, the Steelers will have him and he'll offer himself at a fair price (for both sides). I'd say it's 50/50 on Hampton. I don't see the Steelers going runningback early assuming they retain Dwyer (RFA). I agree on Okafor being a very viable first round selection for the Steelers considering his performance senior bowl. Considering the depth at wide receiver, it probably makes more sense too. I really like Patterson for the Steelers, though. Though maybe Okafor/Wheaton would be more realistic.

EDIT: I changed it to Okafor/Patterson. I think it's a real possibility.

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Shout goes out for the hard work and even though I think Revis will end up resigning (wishful thinking) its not too bad of a trade.

The draft for the Jets isn't great especially with other options available, Jordon and Wilson/Glennon would be better in the first. Then give us the best wide reciever in the second over a running back.

Nice work though..


Thank you.

Considering the Jet's dire cap situation (and comments within the organization), I think it is more realistic to see Revis move than stay. I think Mingo and Jordan are interchangeable players (as far as stock goes). As far as their second round selection goes, I think the team wants to get the most out of their investment in Hill and continue to develop Kerley. I expect Holmes will be back and in full force next year.

Again, thanks for your (all) comments. I did work pretty hard on this.
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Why the hell would Cleveland want Cassell?

Our offense is going to require a QB with a strong arm
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I have a hard time believing that the Vikes wont sign one of the top 8 free agent WRs available. They are desperate for an upgrade.
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Their is only 1 thing i would change with your entire draft for the Falcons.

If we grab freeney in FA then we should hold off on a 1st round DE. Not saying we shouldn't grab a DE at all but maybe a little later.

What you should do is grab a big DT to help us in our switch to a hybrid 3-4 / 4-3 Defense. We need a true run stopping NT.

Give us John Jenkins in the 1st round and keep lacy in the 2nd round for us along with your FA and i'll take this draft and FA for the falcons for sure next year.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 01, 2013 9:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

candyman93 wrote:
Why the hell would Cleveland want Cassell?

Our offense is going to require a QB with a strong arm


Cassell is capable of making accurate downfield throws, he will push Weeden to improve next season. I don't think he'll come at a high price, either. If anything, the Browns get a capable backup.

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I have a hard time believing that the Vikes wont sign one of the top 8 free agent WRs available. They are desperate for an upgrade.


They will add talent at the position, but there will be a lot of teams with a lot of cap space in the WR sweepstakes. I think Bowe, Amendola, and Hartline are the likeliest among the bunch I listed.

EDIT: I think Hartline fits, I changed it.

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Their is only 1 thing i would change with your entire draft for the Falcons.

If we grab freeney in FA then we should hold off on a 1st round DE. Not saying we shouldn't grab a DE at all but maybe a little later.

What you should do is grab a big DT to help us in our switch to a hybrid 3-4 / 4-3 Defense. We need a true run stopping NT.

Give us John Jenkins in the 1st round and keep lacy in the 2nd round for us along with your FA and i'll take this draft and FA for the falcons for sure next year.


That makes sense. I think Lemonier would be more of a long term answer because I doubt Freeney signs more than a 2 year deal (likely 1 year).
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Rich7sena wrote:
candyman93 wrote:
Why the hell would Cleveland want Cassell?

Our offense is going to require a QB with a strong arm


Cassell is capable of making accurate downfield throws, he will push Weeden to improve next season. I don't think he'll come at a high price, either. If anything, the Browns get a capable backup.

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I have a hard time believing that the Vikes wont sign one of the top 8 free agent WRs available. They are desperate for an upgrade.


They will add talent at the position, but there will be a lot of teams with a lot of cap space in the WR sweepstakes. I think Bowe, Amendola, and Hartline are the likeliest among the bunch I listed.

EDIT: I think Hartline fits, I changed it.

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Their is only 1 thing i would change with your entire draft for the Falcons.

If we grab freeney in FA then we should hold off on a 1st round DE. Not saying we shouldn't grab a DE at all but maybe a little later.

What you should do is grab a big DT to help us in our switch to a hybrid 3-4 / 4-3 Defense. We need a true run stopping NT.

Give us John Jenkins in the 1st round and keep lacy in the 2nd round for us along with your FA and i'll take this draft and FA for the falcons for sure next year.


That makes sense. I think Lemonier would be more of a long term answer because I doubt Freeney signs more than a 2 year deal (likely 1 year).


See thats ok though as that give us 2 DE's in Abraham and Freeny for 2 years. Also allowing guys like Biermann, Massaquo, and Matthews to season a bit more. Matthews and Mass show big upside and promise Massaqua specifically and we just drafted them can't give up on them after a year or so.

Biermann shouldn't go anywhere as a DE for us he is awesome depth.

Im just saying that most teams never go with more than 5 DE's on the roster and 4 to 5 DT's just not enough spots available.

If we take that DE in the 1st then we just wasted a pick last year on a high upside kid in Mass. Where as we have Babs, Peria Jerry, Corey Peters, and Vance Walker all coming off contracts this offseason or next at DT. That to me is a bigger priority.

Just trying to show you why it wouldn't be a great pick if we went DE compared to DT.

Also if ya want to keep corey then give us a awesome DT in FA to replace Freeney your choice.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 01, 2013 9:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

@FalconFan13

Alright, you make a good case (you know your team better than I do). I've shuffled a few things in the draft.
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Rich7sena wrote:
@FalconFan13

Alright, you make a good case (you know your team better than I do). I've shuffled a few things in the draft.


Woot i won me a case XD That rarely happens. Haven't checked next years draft out yet but should be some solid DE's we can look at next year if abe or freeney decide to call it quits by some chance.
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i would be very upset if this happened.
osi had no place on our d at all.
hunt doesnt deserve to go in the first. and chase looks to slide now with the senior bowl
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