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22 Oct 2014 07:46:55
Even though Harvin is a unbelievable athlete he was ruining the chemistry in the locker room so I'm glad he is gone. With that being said Seattle should trade for a new weapon on offense or two before the deadline to help out Wilson and lynch on offense.
Seattle gets: WR Vincent Jackson
Tampa Bay gets: 2015 4th rnd pick, 2016 5th rnd pick (turns into a 4th rnd pick on production
Tampa gets another pick to use in what looks to be a tank year for them they can use to rebuild their team
Seattle gets: TE Jermaine Gresham, 7th rnd pick
Cincinnati gets: TE Cooper Helfet, 6th rnd pick
Cincinnati gets a cheap rookie backup to put behind their future TE Tyler Eifrit. Also get a 6th rnd pick
Seattle gets a legit deep threat wide out in Jackson. He will give Wilson a reliable target he has missed this season since Tate left to Detroit. And with Miller going down with an injury, Wilson gets a new security blanket in Jermaine Gresham. Gresham is a very talented TE who lost his starting job to a more talented player in Eifert. With Seattle's o-line better now with Okung healthy and rookie Britt and now Seattle has a better throwing game with the additions of Jackson and Gresham, the offense will be a lot better and not to mention they will have plenty of help from their defense.
Seattle has had a rough start but will be back on pace in no time after these trades
Jackson will bring back way more than that.
20 Oct 2014 20:10:02
Posting 3 round mock drafts for any fans that want them for their team! Just respond to this post!
30 Sep 2014 11:01:34
Wow, as if the NFL haven't upset enough people lately, now they are upsetting the world's population of Muslims! How can you penalise a player for praying to Allah when Christian players are never penalised for praying to their God after a TD? They really need lessons in PR.
30 Sep 2014 10:57:35
at this rate there will be no NFL players left, they will all be banned for assaulting someone weaker than themselves! Is this the result of the abuse of steroids?
28 Sep 2014 09:54:08
With the revelations the NFL hire private investigators, among other measures, to keep tabs on players who are in Vegas, isn't that a bit embarrassing when they are trying to pretend they didn't know the full facts in the Ray Rice case? Surely that lie has been exposed completely now and Goodell has to resign?
24 Sep 2014 07:20:06
So the NFL have hired Robert Mueller to lead in 'independent' investigation into how it handled the domestic violence issues it has faced. How on earth does an ex-FBI director become the go to for incidences of domestic violence? Do the FBI even deal with cases of domestic violence? What expertise will this guy bring to the party? Just seems a case of let's do something to shut everyone up about it and show we are trying to improve things, rather than a genuine attempt to make the NFL a better place.
21 Sep 2014 12:21:32
Would a moral code actually make any difference to the players? I mean surely any one other than a complete person knows better than to beat their partner, what difference will having a code of conduct make? Would it have stopped Rice violently attacking his partner? I doubt it. So why even bother with it? Surely it would be better to just educate the players on expected standards of behavior as part of their entry into the NFL? The moral code just seems to be the NFL absolving itself of any responsibility, as normal. I am sure they are just bothered about getting the sponsors back, rather than doing the right thing.
13 Sep 2014 02:57:54
MIN Gets Ronnie Hillman
DEN Gets 3rd Round Pick
05 Sep 2014 23:41:05
Don't see the Packers doing that deal. #1 After last year, they learned they need a good backup plan for Rodgers. #2 Even though Cousins is a capable backup, they won't trade their only two other QBs for two brand new ones to their system in the middle of the season. Never going to happen midseason
04 Sep 2014 22:06:24
To Washington: Terrelle Pryor
To Oakland: Kirk Cousins, 2015 5th/6th
To Miami: Kirk Cousins, 2015 5th
To Washington: 2015 5th, Matt Moore
Washington: Matt Flynn, Scott Tolzien
GreenBay: Kirk Cousins, Rex Grossman, 2015 4th/3rd
Washington signs Mat McBriar (P)
Pryor has already been waived and Cousins is worth more then that garbage. Cousins is going nowhere for that garbage you have tried to trade him for. Get a clue most of these players have either been cut or haven't played in the NFL for a year or two.
I realised that Pryor has been cut after I posted this. Please ignore the first trade, that's my mistake
Can we also ignore the rest of it as well
26 Aug 2014 05:58:37
STL : Cousins
WSH : 3
18 Aug 2014 17:20:59
Bears add Santonio Holmes
16 Aug 2014 14:34:00
Cardinals may already be detaching from Fitzgerald
With a revised contract that dropped his 2014 cap number from $18 million to $9 million, Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald ensured that he'd spend another year with the team. The corresponding increase in his 2015 cap number to $23.6 million could make the coming season Fitzgerald's last season in Arizona.
At the Scouting Combine, Cardinals G. M. Steve Keim admitted that, to an outsider, it may appear that Fitzgerald won't retire with the Cardinals. For his part, Fitzgerald has said that he's focused only on 2014.
31 Jul 2014 08:42:27
Saints and Cardinals
Mark Ingram + 4th round pick for Andre Ellington + 6th round pick
Ingram can be a beast if he can get 15-20 carries a game
Ellington could replace Darren Sproles
20 Jul 2014 02:32:55
CIN Gets Johnson
HOU gets Green Ellis and Future Draft Pick
16 Jul 2014 15:48:45
Jimmy Graham's deal is for four years and is worth $40 million, with $21 million guaranteed. Graham will get $13 million in Year 1, which allows him to avoid the franchise tag for 2015, and gives him the flexibility to hit the open market while still in his prime.
16 Jul 2014 15:46:47
Cowboys have informed QB Kyle Orton he'll be released. Now he keeps his signing bonus
02 Jun 2014 14:18:59
Now that Marcus Smith is learning Connor Barwin's position, any chance Barwin moves to Cole's spot and they trade Cole for a pick and cap relief? They already have a lot of cap left but if they are resigning roles, you have cap to do more in the future?
What position does Cole play
Eagles don't need Cole and should release him. Addition by subtraction after planning Cole cuts.
30 May 2014 02:47:15
Now that Jermichael Finley has been medically cleared, any thoughts as to where he might go? I still think he will come back to the Packers
I hope he doesn't return. The guy drops half the passes Rogers targets him with.
22 May 2014 06:00:39
Seattle had a pretty good draft. The best thing they did was add depth after losing some very key role players this offseason. But the one thing they did not do was get a true deep threat reciever. Richardson is very good but will play more of a Baldwin/Harvin hybrid role. He has speed and can get open in the slot, he will probably return punts with tate gone. Kevin Norwood could be that guy but not anytime soon.
I think there is a scenario in which Seattle could do this under the circumstances so here's an idea
3 team trade
Seattle gets: WR Josh Gordon
Houston gets: Seattles 2015 3rd rnd pick, WR Doug Baldwin, QB Tavaris Jackson
Cleveland gets: WR Andre Johnson, Seattles 2016 2nd rnd pick that can be turned into a 1st rnd pick based on playing time and priduction
Seattle gets put in a good position. Even if Gordon has to sit out for the year it's ok because Seattle is very deep at the position especially after drafting 2 WR plus having Harvin and Rice healthy and they still have Kearse. Plus Carroll will point Gordon in the right direction and get the most out of him.
even though Gordon is a lot younger, they still get one of the best wr's in the game if not all time. Plus for all they kno Gordon could get another suspension and never be able to play and even if that does happen they get a 2nd rnd pick to invest in another weapon for Johnny football.
Houston knows that Johnson is unhappy, so they let him go and get a decent pick for him with how old he is. They also get a veteran QB in Jackson who can be an average starter until they develop their young QB. They also get Baldwin who has very smart football is
all in all, Seattle takes a gamble that could pay dividends and they end up with one of the best WR groups in the NFL just picture this offense
Seattle seahawks offense
QB: Russell Wilson
RB: Marshall Lynch
TE: Zach Miller
WR: Josh Gordon, Jermaine Kearse
SWR: Percy Harvin, Paul Richardson
WR: Sidney Rice, Kevin Norwood
This could be a deadly offense with an already dominant defense.
Houston is not trading Andre Johnson they would have over 11 million in dead money so no chance they trade him
Josh Gordan is rumored to be suspend for the year in 2014
15 May 2014 10:29:17
Even though I didn't like that Oakland picked Derek Carr when they should of addressed the Tackle position, they had an excellent draft. Mack is going to be the face of that defense for a very long time. But if all fails this year and end up picking in the top 5 again next year, They HAVE to pick a franchise changing QB. Carr will not be that guy. Oakland is going to have the chance to pick either Marcus Mariota, Jameis Winston, and Brent Hundley. If Oakland does lose out on the season and are at the top 5 of the draft, and do not pick up one of those 3 QB's, the whole Oakland management and coaching staff will be fired and someone who knows anything about football will hopefully be running things in Raider Nation
You just got to cool your buns right now and watch what Carr does this season. The worst scenario is if Carr is sort of mediocre but the Raiders somehow manage to win anyway. Moving up in next year's draft to grab one of the top QB's is going to cost big time and there will be plenty of other teams thinking exactly the same thing. What will Oakland do then?
Carr could end up being a very good QB, a lot of teams had him rated behind only Manziel and can get a good OT with a top 5 pick
Winston's dad just said he wint be in the draft for 2 more years
13 May 2014 15:08:38
For the TB draft, C+ overall grade
7. Mike Evans, WR, Texas A&M: B Grade
There was a true need at WR, but the jury is out whether getting a Vincent Jackson clone was the best way to go.
38. Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE, Washington: A- Grade
There are some character issues here but otherwise a very solid pick.
69. Charles Sims, RB, West Virginia: D+ Grade
Even if the plan is to line him up as a slot WR, there were far more important issues to address with this reach.
143. Kadeem Edwards, G, Tennessee State: C+ Grade
Maybe a reach here but TB sorely needed more depth at OG.
149. Kevin Pamphile, OT, Purdue: D Grade
Don't like this pick at all.
185. Robert Herron, WR, Wyoming: A Grade
Finally. A speed slot WR which TB needed. Good value near the bottom of the draft.
You give Charles Sims a D+ his grade should be at lease a B
Tampa Bay should get that D or even less for taking RB Charles Sims early in the 3rd round.
This year's group of running backs ranked very low in the draft. Sims was not projected to be selected until the 4th round or even later. He certainly was not the best player available at this pick and TB had no need whatsoever at this position.
RB Doug Martin is healthy and will start. RB Bobby Rainey and RB Mike James were excellent filling in last year for TB. RB Jeff Demps and RB Mike Smith are young and waiting for snaps. All are very talented.
Give the Bucs a D for ignoring the many other weaknesses on their roster.
13 May 2014 14:38:42
Tampa Bay trading partner?
The Buccaneers seem to be loaded at the RB position and either Mike James or Bobby Rainey could be the odd man out at the end of training camp. TB could surely use some defensive help backing up ILB Mason Foster.
There are several teams out there like Baltimore and Jax with possible questions at the RB position. What ILB would be a fair match in a trade for one of these TB running backs?
Bucs are screwed with too much depth at RB. Other teams know this and will just wait for the roster cuts that will eventually come. No need to offer up anything in trade.
12 May 2014 02:19:15
So what does everyone think of their teams' drafts?
An eagles fan for my sins.
1) Marcus Smith olb - need a pass rush desperately. Probably a bit early and going from a 4-3 de to 3-4 olb GRADE C+
2) Jordan Matthews wr - Love the pick albeit we could have got Lattimer and Tripp without trading. GRADE A
3) Josh Huff wr -Hate this pick albeit great special teams coverage skills and an okay wr3/wr4. GRADE D-
4a) Jaylen Watkins cb/s - desperately need help in the secondary. Thought we could do better. GRADE C
4b) Taylor Hart de - great value can see him backing up Cox + Thornton straight away. GRADE B+
5) Ed Reynolds s - great value can see him being a starter in 2015. GRADE B+
7) Beau Allen nt - with only Logan a nt on our 53 a great value pick. GRADE B+
Not sure if allowed to be included?
Traded Bryce Brown rb for a 4th (unlikely but could be a 3rd) round pick in 2015 draft. GRADE A+
Traded for Darren Sproles rb for this years 5th round pick. Admittedly not the youngest but what a weapon for Chip + Foles GRADE A+.
For my Packers, I give it a B+
HaHa Clinton Dix- Really fell into our laps at 21, great pick and fills a huge need
Davante Adams- Ted Thompson has a history of drafting good receivers in the second round (See Jordy Nelson, Randall Cobb, and Greg Jennings) and he is next in line
Khyri Thornton and Richard Rodgers- Both I felt were a little bit of reaches and Rodgers is a project at TE
Carl Bradford- A good value pick that can play both inside and outside LB, gets after the passer and provides depth
Corey Linsley- I heard this guy squats a small house. He's an actual center and will battle with JC Tretter for playing time in camp
Jared Abbrederis- Absolutely love the pick. He's a good route runner and adjusts well to poorly thrown balls (See Joel Stave) and can be a KR/PR as well
Demetri Goodson- An OK pick, kind of undersized and raw, plus he's old too, but adds depth.
Jeff Janis- Another receiver, kind of like a Jordy Nelson type receiver but not as NFL ready.
The Janis pick at the end kind of make me worry if the Pack can re-sign both Nelson and Cobb. I'm still wondering why they didn't draft a true ILB but other than that a pretty good draft overall.
Kyle fuller - A
ego Ferguson- C he was a reach that early
will sutton- B+ if he keeps weight good he is a beast
Kadeem Carey- A great backup RB who was a stud in college
Brock Vereen B a solid pick that could start over conte
David Fales- A perfect fit in Trestman offense
Pat O'Donnel- A they needed a punter badly
Leno- B- they took him based on athleticism which isn't a bad thing for 7th rounder
Signing Christian Jones A+ don't know how he went I drafted dude is a beast.
Thanks Bears and Packers, was glad my eagles draft isn't the only one here now.
To packers fan Christian Jones failed a drug test at the combine.
Think his a talented lb who can play inside or outside in any scheme.
STL Rams Draft
Greg Robinson A- Boring pick but is a monster and fits the NFC West perfectly
Aaron Donald A+ Filthiest DLine in NFL got filthier. Another NFC West pick
Lamarcus Joyner B had to trade up to get him, but plays a position of need
Tre Mason C+ More NFC west football, but RB wasn't their biggest need
Mo Alexander B+ Another position of need, will conribute, and has potential
EJ Gaines A Position of need, great value, hometown guy. Yes please.
Garrett Gilbert C He could be a surprise and be ok, but I thought they would get a better QB.
Christian Bryant B+ Would've gone lots higher if he wasn't hurt, fills need
Mitchell Van Dyk? Uhm. Ok. Good pick I guess. Out of Portland St. Idk.
Michael Sam A Great story, hometown, SEC DPOY, would've gone lots higher if teams weren't worried about him.
Demetrius Rhaney? See MVD. Good for him for being drafted
Signed Marcus Roberson A+ Would've gone 2nd round if he wasn't hurt and had off the field issues. CB was needed. Great signing.
Great draft class. Hopefully their WRs develop, and Bradford plays good. I'm more worried about the latter. Givens will be good, and Britt (great signing), will be even better. Austin is electrifying and could turn into a pro bowler, and Bailey and Quick have a ton of potential. Next years offseason plan is simple. Lock up Robert Quinn. Draft QB if Bradford plays poorly. Draft a WR if they don't develop. If the WRs develop and Bradford plays good, draft a WR just to take next step towards championship. Give this team 2 years, and they will be serious contenders.
10 May 2014 16:09:40
Looking forward to earlier start (5pm).
Thought Marcus Smith was a bit early, albeit like the player.
Love Jordan Matthews albeit we might have got similar talented wr without trading up.
To put it politely not happy with Huff pick.
Anybody heard of the new jets cb, as I haven't heard of him.
After a couple of unusually sensible picks, the Jets reverted to their typical method of locating a guy that nobody else had rated higher than the 7th round and drafted him in the 3rd.
09 May 2014 18:26:01
I think Raiders picked one of the best players I'm this draft and did an excellent job. I think today should be focusing the first few picks on offense to help Shaub and co.
36- OT Cyrus kouandjio, Alabama
67- WR Davant Adams, Fresno St.
trade down to mid rnd and pick up a 5th rnd pick
mid rnd- ILB Christian Jones, Florida St.
Mid rnd- QB Taj Boyd, Clemson
if Oakland can leave the draft with these players or players of this caliber, they will be one of the biggest winners out of all the teams next to St. Louis and Minnesota.
09 May 2014 09:24:12
Seattle did the right thing by picking up an extra pick in the draft. This is still a deep draft and they can grab a few keys guys tomorrow. Here's what they should do
2nd rnd (*trades)
40 (via MIN)- OT Cyrus kouandjio, Alabama
*51- WR Jordan Matthews, Vanderbilt
(Trade our 2nd rnd, 4th rnd, and a future 4th to Chicago)
108 (via MIN) - OG Gabe Jackson, Miss. St.
140 (via OAK)- ST Will Sutton, Arizona St.
With such a deep class, Seattle is able to pick up these key players that will help fill holes left by guys from free agency and with Seattle going to be a little financially strapped due to paying our core guys these next few seasons ( Wilson, Wagner, Okung, Baldwin, Avril, not to mention already paying the Legion of Boom) they pick up very talented players that will only help Seattle get better
06 May 2014 20:41:00
What are the odds clowney makes a Bo-Wallace like slide down the board?
(Draft day reference)
Was Bo Wallace the qb or rb I have a terrible memory?
Remember defense player was Mack.
Thought film was hit and miss.
Anyway hoping eagles draft Bobby Bouchet ;) we need a passrush.
It's Bo Callahan
That will be JOHNNY FOOTBALL in the draft
05 May 2014 20:01:59
Rams take Johnny Manziel with the 2nd overall pick
Rams trade 1st round, 2nd round, 4th round pick for Raiders' 5th overall pick and draft Mike Evans
If they want Evans they don't need to go that high
Yes they do^
05 May 2014 12:41:01
Morris Claiborne for Quinton Coples
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