jsharrin55

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  1. jsharrin55

    Press Release: #REDSKINS MAKE ROSTER MOVES

    https://www.nbcsports.com/washington/redskins/redskins-pull-talent-aaf-once-again-signing-lb-demarquis-gates Another AAF guy signed. Didn't see a post, but figured it would fit with these moves instead of making a new thread.
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    Starting QB 2019???

    Maybe trick him into telling them the Cardinals are going to draft him, so they know they have a better chance to get Rosen? Haha
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    Starting QB 2019???

    So since I'm procrastinating from something else, I went a bit down the rabbit hole. What would people think about this: To Arizona 1(15) and 5(173) To Washington 2(33), 4(103) and Rosen Points-wise on a draft chart (best thing I can use to guesstimate) would be about 400 points difference for Rosen, or pick 50 in the second round. Skins would get dibs on day 2 and day 3 selections, with ample trade to get better trade value if they see fit. Yes we'd lose our 1st (and the 5th year option), but the overall would be same number of draft picks, just dropping into 2nd round.
  4. Maybe they see bad coaching and they can change the problems of the better guys.
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    Press Release: #REDSKINS TRADE UP IN DRAFT WITH JETS

    Well looking Wednesday, I didn't consider April Fools. However, if it now comes true I know who gave Bruce the idea...
  6. I feel like the Bears shifted carries to Cohen, as they changed their offense with Trubinski. I don't watch enough Bears to be certain, but thought Howard did well, just less touches. Eagles will limit that some potentially, so maybe it doesn't help, but I think he still a solid RB.
  7. So they trade a high level pick for a 3yr/24mill deal for a never makes it through a season TE? That was a 3 rounder himself. The top 2nd round picks get a ~4yr/8mill deal. I don't think we find many teams even willing to take his contract, let alone toss a pick with it.
  8. Yes, as a tackle. So the need was there and not G. That's my point. Why would they try him at guard when he was brought in to help at tackle? Giants were the only team that cut him instead of trying him at guard. For what the skins are trying (supposedly), only one team cut him before trying IMO.
  9. Jags didn't release him they only signed him to a 1 year deal, we have no idea if they wanted him back. As I posted he was signed week 6 by them to be a backup tackle due to injury. So who knows if they even thought about it based on needs (I don't know how their Guard play is/was)
  10. https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2800180-jaguars-sign-ex-giants-ol-ereck-flowers-to-reported-1-year-contract Jags brought him in as a backup tackle after injury, week 6 last year. While they could have practiced with him at guard, that wasn't the intent and I can't speak to their need there. With an offseason to work, hopefully he can transition. Also, while I get people have concerns with his abilities, I'm pulling for this to work out. If we could have Scherrf at RG, Flowers do well at LG, Collins playing S who they supposedly traded up to get. Well, that would make me happy. Cause **** Mara.
  11. Retired would be against "the will of the old team", but it doesn't mentioned retired. Guess we'll find out soon enough if he is a Qualifiying Comp Pick. If so he could wipe out the Haha 6th rounder. https://overthecap.com/the-basics-and-methodology-of-projecting-the-nfls-compensatory-draft-picks/ In order to qualify for the comp equation, a player must have been a true Unrestricted Free Agent whose contract had expired or was voided after the previous season (i.e., he cannot have been released by his old team); he must sign during the UFA signing period (which ended July 27 last year); if he signs after June 1[*], he must have been tendered a June 1 qualifying offer by his old team; his compensatory value or contract value must be above a specific minimum amount; and he cannot have been permanently released by his new team before a certain point in the season (which seems to be after Week 10) or, possibly, before getting a certain amount of playing time, unless he was claimed off waivers by another team. *On 2015, this date was switched to May 12, and in 2016 it was May 10. It is believed that the cutoff date in future years will be the second Tuesday after the draft. These players that qualify are known as Compensatory Free Agents (CFAs), and this is perhaps the provision that trips up most people who unfamiliar with the process. Players who are cut are the most common example of free agents not becoming CFAs, but other methods of disqualification, such as a Restricted Free Agent not given a tender, also exist. In its most general sense, players only become Compensatory Free Agents if they are able to leave their old team against that team’s will. (However, one notable exception are team options that void a contract; see Special Cases below.) edit: https://overthecap.com/player/dominique-rodgers-cromartie/464/ He is listed as a SFA (Street FA) https://overthecap.com/explaining-free-agent-and-contract-terms/ Street/Other Free Agents (SFA) SFA’s are players who had contracts that extended into at least 2016 with a NFL team but were released from the contract. Players who were released or not on an active roster prior to the playoffs were free to sign futures contracts for the 2016 League Year in January. Now that the Super Bowl is complete, teams can begin to release players under contract for 2016. Unlike unrestricted free agents who are not allowed to sign until March 9, these players are free to sign with any team in the NFL once released from their contract. Usually players released from their contract during this period are those who don’t factor at all into the future plans of a team and the team sees fit to let them have an early chance at free agency, Players like Michael Griffin, Nate Allen, and Riley Cooper all recently cut fit into this category. These players do not factor into any compensatory equations and would be the type of free agent that draft conscious teams like the Ravens and Packers would target once available.
  12. Does this count against comp pick or was he released? I don't know how it works against 'retired' players.
  13. Maybe, I don't know what the NFL saw (edit: for Zeke case), just like I don't know what they may have for Reuben Foster. Guaranteeing no suspension seems premature and that's all I'm saying. I don't know what will come of it, but I don't think anyone will until we see suspension/no suspension news.
  14. I feel like they suspended Zeke with the about same amount of evidence. He was arrested and they will look at the previous events as well. Bolded and enlarged part the key here IMO. https://www.sbnation.com/2017/11/19/16666714/ezekiel-elliott-nfl-suspension-cowboys-ex Elliott was suspended. The NFL’s disciplinary process does not carry the same burden of proof as the legal system. The league’s investigation determined that Elliott was violent toward the woman on three separate occasions. In August of this year, Roger Goodell issued a six-game suspension to Elliott. That’s the baseline number of games for a first-time domestic violence offender.
  15. He didn't play 6 weeks due to the release. Since we picked him up he did get paid though, right? I doubt they do just a fine, but we'll see.