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  1. Here are videos of Okereke and Hines discussing it.
  2. Stick around, you'll see way dumber comments then that one.
  3. Isn't the salary cap for 2020 about $198 million. I've read that the cap may go down depending on how Covid-19 affects attendance, concessions, etc. However, dropping to $120+ million seems a little too steep of a drop.
  4. An article I read said that the potential loss for the NFL is $5.5 billion. That would put the average loss per team at around $170 million. It makes me wonder about teams that are/will be close to the cap number, will they have to cut players in a salary dump in order to get under a future cap number that is potentially much lower? Here is a link to the article I mentioned. https://www.forbes.com/sites/mikeozanian/2020/05/18/the-stadium-revenue-each-nfl-team-will-lose-if-games-are-played-without-fans/#1f1258d7691a
  5. https://www.colts.com/news/jonathan-taylor-jacob-eason-jordan-glasgow-sign-2020-nfl-draft Taylor, Eason and Glasgow.
  6. I have to believe that there will be multiple teams interested in him. I wonder what the cost will be?
  7. I believe you are thinking about Isaiah Wynn, Wims was a WR IIRC. I think Wynn was the RT Eason's Freshman year, I don't remember who the LT was, but the point that the OLine was better at Georgia is accurate IMO. Edit: Just watched part of the video, Wynn was playing LG.
  8. I can see that, but then Green Bay doesn't take any receivers in a WR deep draft? It sounds like cutting your nose off to spite your face. If that is true they might as well trade Rodgers for a few picks next year.
  9. Isn't that why they hired Decker? If they had any serious concerns about Eason's attitude Decker probably would have advised CB to take him off their board.
  10. The Packers were not coming off a 13-3 season with a trip to the NFC Championship game when they drafted Rodgers. Rodgers has said that he wants to play until he is 40, that's 4 more seasons. Could he get hurt, sure, but he has been a pretty durable QB, without an extensive injury history and in this time of rules favoring the QB there is little reason to think he wont keep playing until at least 40. Love could potentially not see the field, other than preseason, until his rookie contract is up. I guess that Rodgers could become upset and demand a trade, then Love would become the QB.
  11. The biggest surprise in round 1 is Green Bay trading up for J. Love. It doesn't make much sense from the Green Bay standpoint. They just went 13-3 and lost in the NFC Championship game, A-Rod is still playing great, GB's GM said he expects Rodgers to play for several more years and Rodgers said he wants to play until he is 40. Not only does Green Bay take a QB, but they move up to take him, costing more draft capital and in the process making it harder to get the top 5 QB they already have more help. If Love does sit behind Rodgers for 3 to 4 years, having that 5th year option really lost
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