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2021 NFL Free Agency/Trade News & Discussion: April Edition

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long distance

Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal
In fact, I don't see them bringing in many more players at all,

They will be bringing new players in all the time - at their pace - like they always do. Its not just about 53 roster. First step is solidifying 90 (or 80) roster for TC, then selecting 53 and PS (12-16 players) through camp.
 

50-yard-line

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They will be bringing new players in all the time - at their pace - like they always do. Its not just about 53 roster. First step is solidifying 90 (or 80) roster for TC, then selecting 53 and PS (12-16 players) through camp.
I should have clarified: they won't be bringing in many new players who will make the 53 (other than injury replacements).
 

reamer

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The Dolphins are an amusement park ride which everyone overlooks in their rush to praise Grier and Flores. Yesterday, they released their 27 year old captain and starting safety, Bobby McCain. Today they signed 34 year old backup CB Jason MCCourty.

It's a salary cap issue. The numbers won't be similar.
 

long distance

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Goodness gracious, man! This needs its own thread.

Seriously, Langi would have been a big help last year. I thought he played well for a team that shall not be named. I'm not so sure about this year with so many FA signings, but the more the merrier.

Welcome back, Mr Langi!

Probably more of a TC-depth>PS/ST move but feels nice to get binkie back :)

This move further indicates they will start McGrone on NFI despite him feeling ready to go. Redshirting talented rookie coming from significant injury esp. with a loaded roster makes sense although its never ideal situation from development stand point. Hopefully it works out.
 
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captain stone

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Injuries will take care of some of that, as will disappointments and likely a trade or two. But for right now, there isn't a position on the team that doesn't have good competition. It's a good place to be in.

The competition for Outside WR #2/Agholor backup, Swing Tackle, Nose Tackle & Outside CB #3 isn't good enough.
 

captain stone

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Not a fan myself, but if Bill says so.


What's worse than the catch itself is the Terrible angle SloJuan takes after the catch is made...Kelce should've had < 5 yards of YAC there.

Reminds me of Glitch Richards in SB53.


Not a commentary on Kyles' point in general, but just because I watched another of his play examples...

Kyles either misreads this play or is just too biased in his analysis.



The DB is beaten cleanly. A bad throw is the problem for the WR here, not the defender.

Yep; SloJuan provided no resistance at all...Look at that fukcing cushion...Horrible, just Horrible.

The dude is NOT an NFL CB...His only chance is FS...if that.
 
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Deus Irae

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What's worse than the catch itself is the Terrible angle SloJuan takes after the catch is made...Kelce should've had < 5 yards of JAC there.

Reminds me of Glitch Richards in SB53.




Yep; SloJuan provided no resistance at all...Look at that fukcing cushion...Horrible, just Horrible.

The dude is NOT an NFL CB...His only chance is FS...if that.
I've never seen anything from JoeJuan that made me think he was an NFL player. Maybe this will be the year he finally shows something. But, as with Harry, I won't be holding my breath about it.
 

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