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On 2/23/2021 at 12:11 AM, claptonrocks said:

His agent will try and over value him..

Im not biting unless hes cheap..

He could be a decent CB but he plays passive..We play in the AFCN and thats being a wuss..

Better he go out west..

 

Are you sure you're talking about Mackensie Alexander?

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On 2/26/2021 at 1:12 PM, claptonrocks said:

I see the Titans and Isaiah Wilson are 

are parting ways...he doesnt want to play for them...

I want my 6'6 1/2" 350lb with those 35 1/2" arms to play here...

Young kid with so much potential..

Throw them a 5th or 6th rounder and let Polllock work with him..

Get the Mannish Boy in Cincinnati!!

Sounds like a candidate for reclamation.

So much po-ten-tial and not living up to it.

Wonder how working with Pollard would work as far

as an attitude adjustment?

 

Trade them Michael "Burrow Killer" Jordan or maybe even Billy Price (which I would not like to see happen)?

 

Yeah, I'd bring him in.  Hopefully resturcture his contract.

How much worse than Bobby Heart or Cedric Oggie or Jake Fisher or

the other free agent who was here for a cup of coffee and two dozen Krispy Kreams

whose name I can't even recall at the moment?

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Interesting article out of Seattle...

 

https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2021/02/27/seahawks-may-not-be-willing-to-keep-carlos-dunlap-on-his-current-contract/?partner=MSN

 

Seahawks may not be willing to keep Carlos Dunlap on his current contract

Posted by Michael David Smith on February 27, 2021, 9:49 AM EST
 
 
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When the Seahawks traded for defensive end Carlos Dunlap last season, he agreed to adjust his contract, taking a pay cut of about $3 million for the remainder of the 2020 season but getting a $3 million roster bonus due on the fifth day of the 2021 league year.

As that day approaches, the Seahawks may decide they’re not willing to pay that bonus.

 

Seattle cutting Dunlap before that $3 million roster bonus comes due next month seems likely, according to ESPN.

That doesn’t necessarily mean Dunlap wouldn’t remain in Seattle. It’s possible that the Seahawks could cut Dunlap before that roster bonus comes due, let him test free agency, and then re-sign him if he doesn’t sign elsewhere. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said he was happy with Dunlap last season and credited him with being a part of the Seahawks’ second-half defensive turnaround last season, so the team would like to have him.

But Dunlap’s salary cap hit this year is slated to be more than $14 million. Without lowering that number, Dunlap probably won’t be back in Seattle.

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He'll be in Cleveland with Myles Garrett ...HSH

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The Texans just cut starting center Nick Martin, freeing up $6.25 million and sending a 27-year-old player to the open market. Martin might not have the hottest market either after a down season on a miserable team.

 

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Sign this guy RIGHT NOW!

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1 hour ago, sparky151 said:

Huh? He's not as good as a healthy Trey Hopkins and maybe not as good as Billy Price.  Martin was cut because he gets overpowered regularly and that's not worth 6 mil per year.

 

1 hour ago, MichaelWeston said:

This

Hey!  Nobody's perfekt. :skull:

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