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Just now, BProland85 said:

How has there not been more cuts with 7 reported teams still in the red with cap issues? Isn't the deadline today to be under the cap?

More than likely cuts have been made just not released by the team and/or cleared by the NFL

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16 minutes ago, BluesGirl said:

If teams need to be under the cap by 4pm. I would think we'd be seeing a lot more cuts reported.   Is it just me of does it seem strange no news on this 

 

14 minutes ago, Indeee said:

No you are on point. It's beyond strange unless there is going to be a major dump coming within next 15 minutes. It's been a ghost town today on many fronts

 

13 minutes ago, CardiacColts said:


I initially thought that too; however, I’m sure they can send in a list of cuts at the deadline to be honest. They are probably still talking to those players now. 

 

12 minutes ago, CardiacColts said:

It really is bizarre for it to be so radio silent at this point. It should be a wild ride very soon across the league. 

My guess is teams are waiting until 359 to hit the send button. Just a gamesmanship thing at this point

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3 minutes ago, csmopar said:

 

 

 

My guess is teams are waiting until 359 to hit the send button. Just a gamesmanship thing at this point


I figured as much. I find it highly unlikely that they haven’t finalized things in house already. Just don’t want to give any competitive advantage away it seems. Thanks!

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2 minutes ago, CardiacColts said:


I figured as much. I find it highly unlikely that they haven’t finalized things in house already. Just don’t want to give any competitive advantage away it seems. Thanks!

The next 30-45 minutes as “sources” watch the wire at the league office, stuff will start rolling out

Like this every year at this pount

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1 minute ago, RNGDShobby said:

 

Love this! When I saw him at the airport a few weeks ago I asked about him coming back to Indy, and his reply was "I don't want to play anywhere else." Seemed like a really great, soft-spoken guy.

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9 minutes ago, CardiacColts said:

 

If this is true, it is literally a steal. Almost feel bad for the guy...

I don't feel bad for him. the Colts know him best, will take care of him, & he won't have to be a work horse as he rounds into shape. He will be making more now than he ever did in any of his previous years with the Colts. I think its a win win for both sides given his injury!

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1 minute ago, Hark said:

Not a Twitter guy, so not even sure what this means...


Kenny Moore tweeted “now bring Marlon Mack back and we’re good.” 
 

TY replied: “that’s all you want?”

 

Kenny then said we already have you. So quit playing lol

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Just now, RNGDShobby said:

Kenny posted saying 'Gimme Marlon Mack back thats all I need'.

TY replied 'That's all you want'

Understood. Very curious.

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