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  1. You know, the name of our forum suggests the perfect new brand. The ExSkins
  2. Yeah, dislocated his shoulder diving for the pylon and the TD. He shrugged it off and finished the game throwing for four more TDs. After X-rays, they realized he needed surgery, and he was out for the rest of the season.
  3. As you probably know, ODU did not play any games last year due to Covid, and 2019 was a 1-11 disaster. So -- really hard to say that anybody will be drafted this year. If I had to pick one, I would go with LB Jordan Young, but frankly, in my opinion that is a stretch just due to circumstances and nothing to show from 2020.
  4. I was definitely thinking of him in the slot. We have two thirds. If he is still available. maybe we should get him. He would make the race to see who is the fastest receiver really interesting.
  5. No clue, but they must have somebody in mind. There are a good number of UFA long snappers out there. I suspect they will go to a proven league veteran rather than a UDFA. https://overthecap.com/position/long-snapper/
  6. Last year RFA Zach Pascal caught 44 passes for 629 yard and tied with T Y Hilton for a team high five TDs for the Colts. They have placed a second round tender on Pascal that will pay him $3.384M in 2021. Pascal is versatile -- played both the Z and the slot and is known for being one of the best WR blockers in the league. Should WFT consider making an offer? I think he would be a good addition at a very reasonable cap price, but giving up a second round pick -- eh, maybe that's too much?
  7. I think the only way for WFT to take Mariota is to wait for him to be cut (and that should happen before June 1), then sign him to a one-year contract in the $3.0M - $4.0M range, perhaps with some modest bonus if he starts some percentage of the games -- then come in and compete. If he becomes the starter and takes the team into the playoffs, he will be in a position to negotiate a long-term contract in line with his performance.
  8. Help me out here, KB13. As I read it, there are escalators for each game played, but if he is not the starter and does not play, he would still make his $10.6M base salary while riding the bench. That means we would be out that much unless we cut him. If I am missing something here, please explain for me.
  9. So, are you assuming that he would be cut if he is not named the starter?
  10. The 2021 NFL league year begins on Wednesday, March 17, at 4:00 p.m. ET. That’s when teams can officially sign unrestricted free agents, traded players make their dents in the salary cap, and franchise-tagged players do the same. Starting at 12:00 p.m. ET on Monday, March 16 through 3:59:59 p.m. ET on Wednesday, March 17, teams are permitted to contact and enter into contract negotiations with the certified agents of players who will become unrestricted free agents upon expiration of their 2019 player contracts at 4:00 p.m. ET on March 17. https://touchdownwire.usatoda
  11. And if he does not beat out TH or Allen, how happy will you be then?
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