Skinsinparadise

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  1. Skinsinparadise

    OLD development: Trent Williams wants to be traded/released

    I don't trust PFF but hope they are right, its better not to have Tunsil on the market at the same time.
  2. Skinsinparadise

    The current status of the Redskins o-line.

    JP Finlay said the other day he doesn't have a good feeling that they get it done with Scherff and has doubts they'd franchise him. Sharp has a point, the Eagles D line will probably stunt the heck out of this O line.
  3. Skinsinparadise

    OLD development: Trent Williams wants to be traded/released

    This guy covers the dolphins for SB nation. The guaranteed money part throws me off though if they are interested in Trent. Yeah Trent doesn't have much guaranteed money left but if you are trading for him I presume you intend to pay him, guaranteed money or not Current Contract Laremy Tunsil signed a 4 year, $12,457,650 contract with the Miami Dolphins, including a $7,260,109 signing bonus, $12,457,650 guaranteed, and an average annual salary of $3,114,413. In 2019, Tunsil will earn a base salary of $2,148,770, while carrying a cap hit of $3,963,798 and a dead cap value of $3,963,798. CONTRACT TERMS:4 yr(s) / $12,457,650 SIGNING BONUS$7,260,109 AVERAGE SALARY$3,114,413 GTD AT SIGN:$12,457,650 TOTAL GTD:$12,457,650 FREE AGENT:2021 / UFA BONUS BREAKDOWN CAP DETAILS CASH DETAILS YEAR AGE BASE SALARY SIGNING CAP HIT DEAD CAP YEARLY CASH 2016 22 $450,000 $1,815,027 $2,265,027 $12,007,650 $7,710,109($7,710,109) 2017 23 $1,016,257 $1,815,027 $2,831,284 $10,192,623 $1,016,257($8,726,366) 2018 24 $1,582,514 $1,815,027 $3,397,541 $7,361,339 $1,582,514($10,308,880) 2019 25 $2,148,770 $1,815,028 $3,963,798 $3,963,798 $2,148,770($12,457,650) 2020 26 $10,350,000 - $10,350,000 - $10,350,000($22,807,650)
  4. Skinsinparadise

    OLD development: Trent Williams wants to be traded/released

    Not sure though how a fan would know. I am in South Florida I know their sports writers writings fairly well -- Omar Kelly from the Sentinel is reliable typically I'll track him. It would make their interest in Trent supposedly from awhile back make a little more sense. But it still seems weird for them to want to deal him unless there is something about Tunsil they don't trust. And I continually read about how obsessed the owner is with getting Tua so maybe they want to continue to add draft capital to make that easy.
  5. Skinsinparadise

    OLD development: Trent Williams wants to be traded/released

    Tunsil on the trading block in theory would dilute Trent's value some. that would mean 2 LT's on the block, one who is 31 and the other 25. I am guessing there has to be something cooking with Tunsil because he's a good young player in his prime -- they are worried about him and weed again or something?
  6. Skinsinparadise

    OLD development: Trent Williams wants to be traded/released

    Agree but I think zero chance Tampa trades Howard. They got blocking issues and they trade one of the best blocking TE's in the league in his prime? Be awesome but I doubt it. I can see Evans though on the trading block.
  7. Skinsinparadise

    OLD development: Trent Williams wants to be traded/released

    2020 Team Transactions Round 1 Browns Round 2 Browns Round 3 Browns Texans Browns (conditional if Johnson is active for 10 games in 2019) PICK WOULD NOT TRANSFER BECAUSE JOHNSON HAS NOT BEEN ACTIVE FOR 10 GAMES IN 2019 Traded • Duke Johnson to Texans for • 2020 conditional round pick (third round if Johnson is active for 10 games in 2019, else fourth round) (?-?) on 2019-08-08 Round 4 Browns Texans Browns (conditional if Johnson is active for fewer than 10 games in 2019) PICK WOULD TRANSFER BECAUSE JOHNSON HAS NOT BEEN ACTIVE FOR 10 GAMES IN 2019 Traded • Duke Johnson to Texans for • 2020 conditional round pick (third round if Johnson is active for 10 games in 2019, else fourth round) (?-?) on 2019-08-08 Round 5 Browns Round 6 Browns Cardinals Browns Traded • Jamar Taylor to Cardinals for • 2020 sixth round pick (?-?) on 2018-05-18 Round 7 Bills Browns Traded • Corey Coleman to Bills for • 2020 seventh round pick (?-?) on 2018-08-05 Browns https://www.prosportstransactions.com/football/DraftTrades/Future/Browns.htm
  8. Skinsinparadise

    OLD development: Trent Williams wants to be traded/released

    Yep negotiation skills I don't think is Bruce's forte. Ditto trades aside from moving up and down in the draft. Prove me wrong Bruce. I don't mind it dragging out until now. This coming week is about the time frame that I considered makes sense. But don't IMO drag it until the season, too risky I think. One of the rumors I saw on twitter the other day (thought I think it was just from some blog fan type was Trent for AJ Green. I hope not. But it would fit the win now drill. The post below, that dude has 100,000 followers, so I take him a little seriously. Texans trading a receiver? I saw some Redskins fans hyping Hopkins on twitter but to me no way they trade him. He's arguably the best receiver in the NFL. I wouldn't trade Hopkins if I were them and definitely not for Trent. Maybe Will Fuller. And I wouldn't make that trade if I were the Redskins. Get some picks. Can we deputize @volsemt so he can make a deal with Chris Cooper?
  9. Skinsinparadise

    Welcome to the Redskins Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State

    I wasn't a Daniel Jones guy to say the least predraft but still thought he was more pro ready than Haskins. Much more college experience among other things. I watched Jones' first two games but haven't caught up with the third yet. Judging by the highlights from yesterday, Jones made some tough throws in that one. The first two games I think the dude's performance was way overrated -- mostly easy safe passes with really good protection. In college Jones can dink and dunk with the best of them. But struggled with anything past 10 yards. Granted I know the Giants gave Jones some reps with the first stringers especially as to their O line. But the saddest thing for me watching the two of them has nothing to do with either QB but about their protection. Gettleman has been lampooned plenty and some if it IMO is deserved though some of it undeserved IMO because he's been rebuilding their O line among other things. They might have one of the better interior O lines in the league now. I think the much maligned Giants O line might be better than ours now. In the first two games i watched Jones had plenty of time to throw. Not the case for Haskins. And wow has the NY media and Giants fans enjoying crapping on Haskins since camp started. They've gone from thinking that Jones is a bum to him being the next Tom Brady and Haskins is now Ryan Leaf. I think they've way overreacted to the preseason. But who knows. Will see.