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23 minutes ago, TaylorTheStudMuffin said:

Zach Ertz is going back to cardinals on a 3 year deal.

With Wentz gone, I'm good not trying to get Ertz. There's more interesting names out there like Uzomah and Tonyan

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16 hours ago, teganslaw said:

My prediction: people will complain whoever is signed as QB.  Some just have to be negative no matter what. 

Anyone else find humor in the irony of this post?

 

  Not arguing the point, i just found it funny.

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7 hours ago, loudnproudcolt said:

NFL.com reports the Colts along with a few other teams are looking at FA Evan Engram, and considering placing him in the slot. Thoughts?


Perhaps we’d use Engram as we did Ebron?   Like a jumbo receiver mismatch.   Might be a very interesting idea worth re-visiting….

 

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4 minutes ago, adubb84 said:

Feel like a kid on Christmas morning!!! Just hoping it’s not underwear and socks as my gifts….
 

Come on Ballard. Spend some money this week!

I like getting socks and underwear lmao

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4 minutes ago, NorthernColt said:

Zadarius Smith released. I'd definitely take a chance on him coming off a surgery. Hell of a player.

Also wouldn't count toward the compensatory pick formula... 

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1 hour ago, danlhart87 said:

@csmopar

 

This is why I posted updates on Wentz thread too.

 

I'm putting updates here and nobody is responding.

That's cuz everybody loves Wentz. We are still reeling from losing him and his divine talents and we still frequenting his thread hoping the deal will fall through and he will return to us. We need more left handed underhand flip passes. :Cry:

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8 minutes ago, chad72 said:

 

If Saints get Watson, will Sean Payton come out of retirement? Valid question.

I thought he retired so he can coach his son's 6th grade team? Oh wait... no... that was a movie :woah:

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Davante Adams informs Packers he won't play on franchise tag in 2022! Don't get too excited about Adams going to another team. This is nothing more than a negotiation tactic to get a long-term deal. The Packers and Adams are far apart in negotiations and this will bring them back to the table. No way he is leaving after Rodgers returned. Look for a subtle hint from Rodgers this week about how much he wants his top WR target back. 

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