PerryMason

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  1. He was really high on Stephen Paea after we signed him and he did a film breakdown that didn't turn out too well.
  2. Some people just want to be mad. To me Baker was a slow developing player. He reached his best this past season. Who is to say that won't be the case for the guys we signed? In any case, Baker, even at his best last year, flashed brilliance but wasn't as consistent as I would like to have on the D-Line. If either one of these guys is more consistent then I'll like the move. Plus we are not done in FA.
  3. Yeah the hard-ons around here for him are mind-boggling. He can return a kickoff pretty well, but why on earth would you want us to spend the kind of cap money it would take to get him just to get a decent KO returner? I hope we pass and spend our money elsewhere.
  4. Darvin Cook is a MASSIVE sleeper...he might even be better than Dalvin Cook. Haha sorry, I wouldn't have said anything but "r" is not close to "l" on the keyboard.
  5. Crazy how just a LTD for Kirk at this point would COMPLETELY change the outlook on this franchise. I would actually be excited for the future (like I was before the last week happened).
  6. Can you blame him? The conversation was probably: SKINS: We'd love to do a 3 year deal PRYOR: Who is throwing me the ball in years 2 and 3? SKINS: 1 year deal it is!
  7. Yeah but if they don't, drafting John Ross III wouldn't be a terrible move, esp in a really deep defensive draft. He would change how defenses cover us. But none of it means a thing if we cant sign Kirk long term. That being said I want Malik Hooker. Besides, who wouldn't like a hooker after what we've been through.
  8. You do realize that when someone has an agent it is the agent's job to use all of the leverage available to get the best deal possible for his client? As an attorney I have clients that I negotiate on behalf of and how the deals are going have NOTHING to do with the attitude of my client. A client could be a huge diva and we jump on a deal pretty quick. Could have the nicest, most modest, and selfless client in the world, and the negotiations go on for days with no end in sight. Sure, he'll keep him apprised of whats happening, but until they get to numbers that are realistic, his agent is running the show. Kirk has probably very little to do with the negotiations or whether to accept or decline deals that have been thrown out at this point (the reported ones anyway). He hired someone to take care of all of this for him and he's letting him.
  9. good thing we got more cap space then!
  10. More cap space...alright!
  11. Here's what I know, I've been watching the Redskins for my whole life. And Cousins is the first QB in the past 20 years that I have watched that when he lets the ball go for a 10-20 yard pass...I am comfortable in my mind that it's going to be complete or at least on target. Again he's the ONLY QB ive felt that way about in 20 years (Maybe RG3 in the back half of 2012). The last time we saw a Redskins QB throw as many TDs as Cousins was Mark Rypien! I don't know how this is a debate. Yes you have to pay him a lot, but news flash, modern day QBs get paid a lot AND the salary cap is going up so prices go up. Sign him now.