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I like Suggs, I don't like Double J (would like to see him somewhere else next year, way too overpriced for what he provides), of course Ray Lewis.....but those guys I mentioned are my absolute favorites and guys Ive been huge fans of since their college days.
HALL OF FAMER! PUT ART MODELL IN THE HALL OF FAME! JUSTIN BLACKMON IS A GOLDEN GOD!
I know that last season was uncapped... but do we have any guys like Samari Rolle that might have money still lingering around on our payrolls that might count towards an eventual cap?
I get that it might be a start over fresh type deal that owners and GM's might get in figuring out the details of the CBA but if contracts do still count from retired and or cut players not picked up by other teams. Who might those guys be?
How does everyone feel about us maybe bringing in Champ Bailey? Its looking like Nnamdi will be a bit out of our price range, but Champ might be willing to join a team like the Ravens for a shot at a Super Bowl. Word is he's out of Denver regardless and he's still got some gas left in the tank from everything Ive seen recently.
Originally posted by Mr. Goosemahn
The APS is strong in this one.
Originally posted by killxswitch
Tears for Fears is better than whatever it is you happen to be thinking about right now.
Rumor has it Champ has put his house up for sale so its looking like he's on his way out. I would love to bring him in. He can still play at a very high level. Also it would allow us to address our more pressing needs in the draft.
It just seems like a CB overload...
Chris Carr = B-
Lardarius Webb = C+
Josh Wilson = B
Dominique Foxworth? = C+
Fabian Washington? = C- (As good as gone)
- with Foxworth coming back thats 4 veteran CBs, as much as I like Champ he is too expensive and old for our defense.
Aaron Williams = Foxworth's replacement in 2012.