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PostPosted: Fri Oct 18, 2013 6:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Tell me how you really feel Tug. Laughing
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My new mock does not take character into consideration because that cannot truly be established until the interview process...I also think that somehow we get another 2nd and 3rd by a team in the top three trying to jump someone to grab Clowney, especially if the Giants get the 2nd pick. Also, I think we bundle our Baltimore and Detroit picks for a late third because I think Caldwell will look for quality over quantity.

And again mainly big school guys because I haven't looked at small school guys yet.

1.3) Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville

-Obvious pick and I think we could score big in a trade if two teams covet Clowney finish 2nd and 3rd overall.

2.1) Lache Seastrunk, RB, Baylor
-With our second pick we need to get a Running Back to replace Jones-Drew and Seastrunk seems to be the best everydown back.

2.3) Jackson Jeffcoat, DE, Texas
-Reaping the benefits of the trade, Jackson Jeffcoat is sitting right there and we need an edge presence like Jeffcoat.

3.1) David Yankey, G/OT, Stanford
-Yankey could easily go higher with a great combine, but I'm hoping he falls here because he could help sure up the interior offensive line.

3.3) Ronald Powell, LEO, Florida
-If Powell comes out and falls here the trade for Clowney becomes monumental. Powell will have a freakish combine more than likely and could be our future LEO.

3.25) Bryan Stork, C, Florida State
- We continue to sure up the offensive line with a physical center who can dominate the point of attack.

4.1) Colt Lyerla, TE, Oregon
-Could be a dominate TE but who knows the full story, based on talent alone he would be a borderline 1-2 round pick, but with everything else he could fall here.

5.1) Cody Hoffman, WR, BYU
-A big WR to put on the edge and give a red zone target for Teddy.

6.1) Isaiah Crowell, RB, Alabama State
-Another, more extreme, character fall here. Crowell had talent would probably be leading the Georgia backfield right now if he got his act together.

7.1) Brandon Linder, OG, Miami
-The interior offensive line is putrid Linder is versatile athlete who could help provide depth on the line.
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iPwn wrote:
Picking Mariota over Teddy, you won't get my vote.
It's not crazy at all.

Mel Kiper wrote:
His [Mariota's] composure just jumps out at me. He's unflappable. For a third year sophomore, it's amazing. He didn't have Thomas against Washington. The TE left the team and his top WR got hurt. He was the marked man and he still did the job. His demeanor, in addition to having all of the physical traits.

Right now, it will be interesting to see who is the best of the group. I think Mariota is putting pressure on Bridgewater to be the first taken. And I like Manziel a lot more this year than I thought I would. You could have as many as seven starting QBs coming out of this draft.


ESPN.com chat with Mel Kiper

This is a good link to a Teddy vs Marcus article.

Quote:
When looking at two excellent quarterback prospects, it's easy to become overly picky and start to focus too much on what they can't do or where their struggles might be.

Scouting Bridgewater, we can look at his downfield inaccuracy at times and over-analyze one trait instead of looking at his intelligence, composure, accuracy and vision. With Mariota, evaluators can become panicked because he plays in an unconventional offense and miss his accuracy, arm strength and running ability.

What matters most is the big picture. What can these quarterbacks do now, where can they improve and what does the end result look like?

Marcus Mariota is an unfinished product as a redshirt sophomore, but the traits and abilities present now make him an upper-tier prospect. He's currently my No. 3 overall player eligible for the 2014 NFL draft, behind only Jadeveon Clowney and Bridgewater.

That said, given time to develop, Mariota could be better than Bridgewater. The steps he's taken from 2012 to now are remarkable, and if he can continue to improve at this rate, he's going to enter Andrew Luck territory as a prospect.

Teddy Bridgwater, right now, is the second-best quarterback I've scouted, ahead of RGIII, Matthew Stafford, Sam Bradford, Philip Rivers, Eli Manning and Aaron Rodgers. Of course, we're talking about him as a draft prospect, so there are no guarantees, but his pre-draft grade is at an elite level.


http://espn.go.com/video/clip?id=9839168

Both Todd an Mel say MM will fight Teddy and could surpass.
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 18, 2013 1:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yes, it's still crazy. Nothing against Mariota at all, but Teddy is significantly better and there isn't a doubt in my mind about it.
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GM Mock completed:



Its A Sabotage wrote:
Jacksonville Jaguars

Offense:
QB: Teddy Bridgewater | Chuckie Keeton
RB: Melvin Gordon | Maurice Jones-Drew | Denard Robinson | Carlos Hyde
FB: Will Ta'ufo'ou
WR: Justin Blackmon | Stephen Williams
WR: Ace Sanders |
TE: Marcedes Lewis | Jace Amaro | Allen Reisner
OT: Luke Joeckel |Cameron Bradfield
OG: A.J. Cann | | Billy Turner
C: Tyler Larsen | Michael Brewster
OG: Uche Nwaneri | Billy Turner
OT: Austin Pasztor | Sam Young | Billy Turner
WR: Kasen Williams | Stephen Burton | Mike Brown

Defense:
DE: Sione Fua| Wade Keliikipi | Jeremy Mincey
NT: Roy Miller | Abry Jones
DT: Sen'Derick Marks | Brandon Deadrick
LEO: Cornelius Washington | DeMarcus Lawrence | Christian Jones | Andre Branch
OLB: Christian Jones | Russell Allen | John Lotulelei
MLB: LaRoy Reynolds
OLB: Telvin Smith | Geno Hayes| James Michael Johnson
CB: Dwayne Gratz | Will Blackmon | Demetrius McCray
S: Jonathan Cyprien | Guy Winston
S: Dwight Lowery | Josh Evans | Chris Prosinski
CB: Alan Ball | Mike Harris | Terrance Mitchell | Jamell Flemming

Special Teams:
K: Josh Scobee
P: Bryan Anger
LS: Carson Tinker

Practice Squad:
QB Matt Scott
FB Lonnie Pryor
DE Ryan Davis
NT Jordan Miller


Transactions:
Its A Sabotage wrote:
oldman9er wrote:

... KC releases LB / James Michael Johnson


Jaguars Claim LB James Michael Johnson.


Quote:
Steelers trade:
2.38
6.179
7.198

Jaguars trade:
Cecil Shorts III



Quote:
Jaguars Send:
Paul Posluszny, MLB

Eagles send:
4.111
6.175


BringinDaPain wrote:
Trade Alert

Carolina Panthers trade
4.119
Sione Fua

Jacksonville Jags trade
Tyson Alualu
Will Rackley


Quote:
Jaguars claim Josh Freeman


Its A Sabotage wrote:
Jaguars Send:
6.175

Bears Send:
Cornelius Washington, LEO


Cuts:
QB: Chad Henne
QB Blaine Gabbert
QB Ricky Stanzi
QB Josh Freeman
RB: Justin Forsett
RB Jordan Todman
OG: Jacques McClendon
TE DJ Williams
TE Clay Harbor
LEO Jason Babin
LB: JT Thomas


Draft Picks:
1.1 Teddy Bridgewater, QB Louisville
2.33 Melvin Gordon, RB Wisconsin
2.38 Jace Amaro, TE Texas Tech
3.65 Christian Jones, LB/DE Florida State
3.76 Telvin Smith, OLB Florida State
4.97 - Traded to SF
4.111 Tyler Larsen, C Utah State
4.118 - DeMarcus Lawrence, LEO Boise State
4.199 [from CAR] Kasen Williams, WR Washington
5.129 - Traded to SF
5.150 - Chuckie Keeton, QB Utah State
5.153 - A.J. Cann, OG South Carolina
6.161 - traded to NYJ for 174 & 208]
6.174 - Terrance Mitchell, CB Oregon
6.175 - traded to CHI [Cornelius Washington]
6.179 - Wade Keliikipi, DT Oregon
7.193 - Billy Turner, OG/T North Dakota State
7.198 - Traded to SF
7.208 - Carlos Hyde, RB Ohio State


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 02, 2013 11:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

How did you trade Alualu and still have him on the depth chart? I'm guessing forgot to move him off or?
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iPwn wrote:
How did you trade Alualu and still have him on the depth chart? I'm guessing forgot to move him off or?


Simply forgot to remove him and add Fua.
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 02, 2013 11:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

love the volume of picks and love the volume of picks going to the offense. not sure about trading Shorts, but you got great value
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 03, 2013 12:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

How bad did you have to lie to get someone to take Rackley? Laughing
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iPwn wrote:
How bad did you have to lie to get someone to take Rackley? Laughing


had to take FUa Laughing
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 03, 2013 1:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Y u heff to trade our best player doe? Sad
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Just finished a GM Mock

Jacksonville Jaguars

HC: Gus Bradley
OC: Jedd Fisch
DC: Bob Babich
ST: Mike Mallory

Projected Starter
Veteran Addition
Rookie Addition

Offense:
QB: Teddy Bridgewater, Ricky Stanzi, Stephen Morris
RB: Maurice Jones-Drew, Lache Seastrunk, Denard Robinson (WR)
FB: Lonnie Pryor
WR: Cecil Shorts III, Justin Blackmon, Mike Brown, Ace Sanders, DeVante Parker
TE: Marcedes Lewis, Luke Stocker, Rob Blanchflower
LT: Luke Joeckel, Cameron Bradfield (RT, LG)
LG: Jason Pinkston
C: Fernando Velasco, Tyler Larsen, Mikey Brewster (LG)
RG: Uche Nwaneri, Tre' Jackson
RT: Austin Pasztor, Jonathan Martin (LT, LG, RG)

Defense:
LEO: Michael Johnson, Benson Mayowa, Ryan Davis
NT: Ian Williams, Abry Jones (5T), Justin Ellis
DT: Sen'Derrick Marks, Vance Walker
5T: B.J. Raji, Ziggy Hood
SLB: Russell Allen, John Lotulelei (WLB)
MLB: Paul Posluszny, LaRoy Reynolds
WLB: Telvin Smith, Geno Hayes
CB: Dwayne Gratz, Mike Harris (NB/DB)
FS: Josh Evans, Chris Prosinski (SS)
SS: Johnathan Cyprien, Winston Guy
CB: Will Blackmon, Alan Ball (FS), Demetrius McCray

Special Teams:
K: Josh Scobee
P: Bryan Anger
LS: Carson Tinker
KR: Denard Robinson, Ace Sanders
PR: Ace Sanders

Practice Squad:

QB Matt Scott
RB Rajion Neal
FB Trey Burton
WR Eric Thomas
OG Drew Nowak
DL Eathyn Manumaleuna
LB Anthony Hitchens
CB Jeremy Harris



UFA

C Brad Meester - Retired
DT Sen'Derrick Marks - Re-signed
CB Will Blackmon - Re-signed

RFA

OT Cameron Bradfield - ROFR

ERFA

WR Mike Brown - Tendered
OT Austin Pasztor - Tendered

Transactions:

Transaction 1

Quote:
The Jacksonville Jaguars cut:

WR Jeremy Ebert (No Savings)
WR Lamaar Thomas (No Savings)
TE D.J. Williams (Savings of $645,000)
OT DeMarcus Love (Savings of $570,000)
OG Jacques McClendon (Savings of $645,000)
NT Jordan Miller (No Savings)
FS Dwight Lowery (Savings of $2,375,000)

Allow the following UFA to walk:

QB Chad Henne
RB Maurice Jones-Drew (will probably try to re-sign in UFA)
WR Taylor Price
TE Clay Harbor
OT Sam Young
DT Brandon Deadrick

Free Agent C Brad Meester is retiring.

RFA

RB Jordan Todman - No Tender
OT Cameron Bradfield - ROFR ($1,323,000)
TE Allen Reisner - No Tender

ERFA

FB Wil Ta'ufo'ou - No Tender
WR Mike Brown - $480,000
OT Austin Pasztor - $480,000

Previous Cap Room: $56,369,279
Total Savings: $4,235,000
Total Cap Hits: $2,283,000
New Cap Room: $58,652,279


Transaction 2

Adrenaline_Flux wrote:
I_GET_SAX wrote:
New England agrees to send picks 169&186 of the sixth round and 218 of the seventh round for DL Tyson Alualu. Flux I forgot about the Sopoaga trade so instead of a fifth in the 150's I got that 169 pick. If you change your mind I'll delete it.


Eh, I'll accept anyway

Savings of $879,000
Old Cap Space: $58,652,279
New Cap Space: $59,531,279


Transaction 3

zelbell wrote:
The following resigning have been approved

Quote:
Jacksonville Jaguars offer DT Sen'Derrick Marks - 3 Years, $9 million, $3 million guaranteed

2014: $1 million Base, $1 million SB - $2 million cap hit
2015: $2 million Base, $1 million SB - $3 million cap hit
2016: $3 million Base, $1 million SB - $4 million cap hit


Quote:
Jacksonville Jaguars offer CB Will Blackmon - $2 Years, $6 million, $2 million guaranteed

2014: $2 million Base, $1 million SB - $3 million cap hit
2015: $2 million Base, $1 million SB - $3 million cap hit


Transaction 4

Adrenaline_Flux wrote:
The Jacksonville Jaguars cut:

QB Blaine Gabbert (Loss of $3,818,705)
DE Jason Babin (Savings of $6,100,000)
DE Jeremy Mincey (Savings of $2,500,000)

Total Savings of: $4,781,295
Old Cap Space: $54,531,279
New Cap Space: $59,312,574


Transaction 5

Adrenaline_Flux wrote:
jfinley88 wrote:
BOOM

Seahawks receive: Round 7 (#218)
Jaguars receive: DE Benson Mayowa


Jaguars accept.

Cap Hit: $495,000
Old Cap Space: $59,312,574
New Cap Space: $58,817,574


Transaction 6

Adrenaline_Flux wrote:
Jaytotha wrote:
TRADE!!!!!

Miami Dolphins Receive:

DE Andre Branch (827,722)

Jacksonville Jaguars Receive:

OT Johnathan Martin (824,933)


Jaguars accept.

Old Cap Space: $58,817,574
New Cap Space: $58,334,921


Transaction 7

Adrenaline_Flux wrote:
Jaguars are fixing a few small cap ish related to the practice squad players from 2012.

The following previously released players go from no savings to savings of $102,000 each: WR Jeremy Ebert, WR Lamaar Thomas, NT Jordan Miller

Cap will be adjusted later on as additional cuts are made or I am sure who will be a part of my roster. As of now, I will officially promote FB Lonnie Pryor to the roster for sure so he goes from a $102,000 cap hit to a $420,000 cap hit.

Net cap hit of $112,000

Old Cap Space: $58,334,921
New Cap Space: $58,222,921


Transaction 8

Adrenaline_Flux wrote:
Jacksonville Jaguars cut the following players:

WR Stephen Burton (Savings of $645,000)
WR Stephen Williams (Savings of $645,000)
TE Danny Noble (Savings of $570,000)
OG Stephane Milhim (Savings of $102,000)

Old Cap Space: $58,222,921
New Cap Space: $60,184,921


Transaction 9

Adrenaline_Flux wrote:
IDOG_det wrote:
Michael Johnson wrote:
Hey everyone. I'm really happy for Brandon, but he got paid nothing! My deal is huge! Can't wait to go there because I could buy the f***ing city with that kind of money. Anyway, I'm not going to Pittsburgh, or anywhere close to there. I'm heading down to Florida to play for the Jacksonville Jaguars.


Winning pitches:

Adrenaline_Flux wrote:
Michael,

The Jacksonville Jaguars are currently in the rebuilding process and are looking to exponentially grow our efforts this off-season. Contrary to recent reports, we will address the QB position and will do so in a manner that acquires us a guy we feel will lead us to great immediate success. However, we need more pieces around him and we start the process with you. We want you to come in and play the LEO position for us. At the LEO position, we will best be able to use your abilities to maximize your production. We feel that you are a tremendous player with a very special skillset and are excited about how you and other players we are targeting will affect our team. Our Head Coach Gus Bradley was an important part of the puzzle in Seattle in making that defense the entity that it is today. With the two of you paired together, we expect to have quick success much similar to how he had in Seattle during their rebuilding process. Attached are the contract figures which I feel you will find very satisfying. Remember, there is no income tax in Florida!

5 years, $90 million, $45 million guaranteed, 25 million SB

2014: $9 million base (fully guaranteed), $5 million SB - $14 million cap hit
2015: $11 million base (fully guaranteed), $5 million SB - $16 million cap hit
2016: $13 million base, $5 million SB - $18 million cap hit
2017: $15 million base, $5 million SB - $20 million cap hit
2018: $17 million base, $5 million SB - $22 million cap hit

David Caldwell


Old Cap Space: $60,184,921
New Cap Space: $46,184,921


Transaction 10

Adrenaline_Flux wrote:
zelbell wrote:
BJ Raji signs with the Jacksonville Jaguars

Quote:
B.J.,

The Jacksonville Jaguars are currently in the rebuilding process and are looking to exponentially grow our efforts this off-season. Contrary to recent reports, we will address the QB position and will do so in a manner that acquires us a guy we feel will lead us to great immediate success. However, we need more pieces around him and we start the process with you. We want you to come in and play the 5T position for us. Though we run a 4-3, the 5T in our scheme is basically the same as the 3-4 5T that you are accustomed to playing. We also acknowledge that you are a versatile player, able to play the NT position which would give us a lot of ability to move you around in specific situations to give you the best match-up possible. Our Head Coach Gus Bradley was an important part of the puzzle in Seattle in making that defense the entity that it is today. With the two of you paired together, we expect to have quick success much similar to how he had in Seattle during their rebuilding process. Attached are the contract figures which I feel you will find very satisfying. Remember, there is no income tax in Florida!

5 years, $60 million, $30 million guaranteed, $20 million signing bonus

2014: $4 million Base (fully guaranteed), $4 million SB - $8 million cap hit
2015: $6 million Base (fully guaranteed), $4 million SB - $10 million cap hit
2016: $8 million Base, $4 million SB - $12 million cap hit
2017: $10 million Base, $4 million SB - $14 million cap hit
2018: $12 million Base, $4 million SB - $16 million cap hit

This contract immediately puts you amongst the league's highest paid defensive tackles and it's average salary makes you the highest paid defensive tackle. We look forward to hearing back from you.


Old Cap Space: $46,184,921
New Cap Space: $38,184,921


Transaction 11

Adrenaline_Flux wrote:
buno67 wrote:
Maurice Jones Drew chooses the...

Quote:
3 Years, $16 million

2014: $5 million base, No SB - $5 million cap hit
2015: $5 million base, No SB - $5 million cap hit
2016: $5 million base, No SB, $1 million Misc. - $6 million cap hit

Additional Conditions

2015: $2.5 million of the base salary becomes guaranteed if MJD rushes for 1,000 yards in 2014. It becomes fully guaranteed if he rushes for 1,200 yards in 2014.
2016: $2.5 million of the base salary becomes guaranteed if MJD rushes for 1,000 yards in 2015. It becomes fully guaranteed if he rushes for 1,200 yards in 2015.
Misc. $1 million roster bonus if he is on the roster by the start of the league year.

Pros:
- Florida tax law
- Loyalty to the team
- Will be the #1 RB


Old Cap Space: $38,184,921
New Cap Space: $33,184,921


Transaction 12

Adrenaline_Flux wrote:
IDOG_det wrote:
Fernando Velasco signs with the Jaguars:

Adrenaline_Flux wrote:
Fernando,

We at the Jaguars are very interested in your services. We run a zone blocking scheme which you have shown a preference to in the past. We expect that you will be able to step in immediately as our starting center and provide a necessary veteran presence at what we feel is a very underrated position in football. You will be joining a team whose arrow is currently pointing up and a head coach that players love to play for. You'll also have the opportunity to face the team that cut you, the Tennessee Titans twice a year.

We will be offering you a short term deal. This way you can get a lot of money quickly and you can decide quickly whether or not Jacksonville is a city you want to continue playing in. The figures are about average to above average ranger for a center. The short term deal is also in place to give you an opportunity to earn a much larger contract later on.

2 years, $5 million, $1 million SB

2014: $2 million base, $500k SB - $2,500,000 cap hit
2015: $2 million base, $500k SB - $2,500,000 cap hit

David Caldwell


wwhickok wrote:
Adrenaline_Flux wrote:
sending this to you now

In case I miss when it starts, I'm claiming:

NT Ian Williams
OG Jason Pinkston
TE Luke Stocker


** They have the worst record, claims automatically go to Jacksonville.


Old Cap Space: $33,184,921
New Cap Space: $28,454,921


Transaction 13

Adrenaline_Flux wrote:
Jaguars sign DT Vance Walker and DE Evander "Ziggy" Hood for $800,000 each

Old Cap Space: $28,454,921
New Cap Space: $26,854,921


Transaction 14

Adrenaline_Flux wrote:
The Jacksonville Jaguars cut the following players:

RB Justin Forsett (savings of $1,100,000)
OG Will Rackley (savings of $927,269)
OLB JT Thomas (savings of $645,000)
CB Jamell Fleming (savings of $585,000)
DT Roy Miller (savings of $2,375,000)

Old Cap Space: $26,854,921
New Cap Space: $30,560,190


Transaction 15

Adrenaline_Flux wrote:
Jaguars promote LEO Ryan Davis to the active roster. Cap loss of $318,000.

Old Cap Space: $30,560,190
New Cap Space: $30,242,190


Transaction 16

Adrenaline_Flux wrote:
thenewbuffalogm wrote:
Pittsburgh has traded its 2015 4th round pick to Jacksonville's 2014 5th (144).


Jacksonville accepts


Transaction 17

Adrenaline_Flux wrote:
Tampa Bay Buccaneers receive:

2014 4th (#112)
2014 6th (#169)

Jacksonville Jaguars receive:

2015 3rd (via TB)
2015 5th (via IND)


Draft Picks:

Round 1 (#1): Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville - $6,029,000
Round 2 (#33): Telvin Smith, LB, Florida State - $1,432,000
Round 3 (#65): Lache Seastrunk, RB, Baylor - $787,000
Round 4 (#97): DeVante Parker, WR, Louisville - $663,000
Round 5 (#129): Tyler Larsen, C, Utah State - $612,000
Round 5 (#151): Tre' Jackson, OG, Florida State - $582,000
Round 6 (#161): Stephen Morris, QB, Miami (FL) - $420,000
Round 6 (#186): Rob Blanchflower, TE, Massachusetts - $420,000
Round 7 (#193): Justin Ellis, NT, Louisiana Tech - $420,000

UDFA

Anthony Hitchens, OLB, Iowa
Rajion Neal, RB, Tennessee
Eathyn Manumaleuna, DL, BYU
Trey Burton, FB, Florida
Eric Thomas, WR, Troy

2015 Draft Selections: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 3rd (TB), 4th, 4th (PIT), 5th, 5th (IND), 6th, 7th

Salary Cap Info:

Active Contracts: $89,011,629
Dead Money: $32,500
Total Payroll: $89,044,129

Salary Cap Limit: $125,000,000
Less Total Payroll ($89,044,129)
Add Rollover $20,413,408

Original Cap Space: $56,369,279
T1: $58,652,279
T2: $59,531,279
T3: $54,531,279
T4: $59,312,574
T5: $58,817,574
T6: $58,334,921
T7: $58,222,921
T8: $60,184,921
T9: $46,184,921
T10: $38,184,921
T11: $33,184,921
T12: $28,454,921
T13: $26,854,921
T14: $30,560,190
T15: $30,242,190
D1: $24,213,190
D2: $22,781,190
D3: $21,994,190
D4: $21,331,190
D5: $20,719,190
D6: $20,137,190
D7: $19,717,190
D8: $19,297,190
D9: $18,877,190
UDFA: $18,367,190

Total Salary Cap Space: $18,367,190
Rule of 51 Salary Cap Space: $20,023,190
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I can dig it.
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Late to the news about Ebron declaring, but I really hope he is a target for round 2. If we get Teddy/Carr/Mariota/etc. (a QB essentially) in the 1st, I would love to see us get a nice weapon for him. With the questions surrounding Blackmon, we could use another weapon for him. Pick up interior OL help with all of our mid rd picks and hopefully we add a Michael Johnson/Orakpo in FA to help out at LEO. I dig Branch right now, but even with what he's doing we need another competent LEO, and 3 games isn't good enough to look past that position as a serious need if we want to have a good defense.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 29, 2013 10:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

.Buzz wrote:
Late to the news about Ebron declaring, but I really hope he is a target for round 2. If we get Teddy/Carr/Mariota/etc. (a QB essentially) in the 1st, I would love to see us get a nice weapon for him. With the questions surrounding Blackmon, we could use another weapon for him. Pick up interior OL help with all of our mid rd picks and hopefully we add a Michael Johnson/Orakpo in FA to help out at LEO. I dig Branch right now, but even with what he's doing we need another competent LEO, and 3 games isn't good enough to look past that position as a serious need if we want to have a good defense.


Pretty sure Ebron is going top-15.
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