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Old 02-28-2011, 04:14 PM   #2301
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I wonder if Fox would have interest in bringing Kris Jenkins in
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Old 02-28-2011, 05:54 PM   #2302
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This is one of the reasons Senator Rockefeller is asking the owners to show their financial books, something the players unions have been asking for a year and the owners refuse to do.
That's because they have the Anti-Trust exemption.
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Old 02-28-2011, 06:00 PM   #2303
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Vernon Gholston. What a bust.
I have to admit I was enamored of the guy. I just liked that name "Gholston". I was thinking you gotta make that name stand out, Vern.
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Old 03-01-2011, 10:53 AM   #2304
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Pats signed Marcus Stroud to 2 year deal....

The Patriots have signed veteran defensive tackle Marcus Stroud to a two-year contract, according to a report by ESPN's Adam Schefter this afternoon.
Stroud, a 10-year veteran and three-time Pro Bowl selection, was recently released by the Bills after three seasons in Buffalo. It is because he was released by the Bills -- and not scheduled to become a free agent due to an expired contract -- that the Pats were able to sign him. Teams have until 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, the time the current CBA expires, to sign players that have been released by other clubs or re-sign their own free agents.
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Old 03-01-2011, 01:52 PM   #2305
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Report: Carson Palmer claims he’ll never set foot in Paul Brown Stadium again

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...stadium-again/

As the Bengals continue to kick tires on possible quarterback prospects, it’s becoming more clear that Carson Palmer won’t be playing the position (or any other) for the team in 2011 or beyond.

Dennis Janson of WCPO-TV in Cincinnati reports that Palmer recently told a confidant, “I will never set foot in Paul Brown Stadium again.” (Of course, if Palmer plays for a team that plays at the Bengals, then he will.)

Palmer reportedly added: “I have $80 million in the bank. I don’t have to play football for money. I’ll play it for the love of the game but that would have to be elsewhere. I’m prepared to live my life.”

The fact that the dispute between player and team went public shows that Palmer is serious about leaving. The sooner the Bengals realize that and trade him for whatever they can get, the better off everyone will be.

That said, they can’t trade him until the next league year begins, and the next league year most likely won’t begin until the labor situation is resolved.

Meanwhile, the only other quarterbacks on the roster are Jordan Palmer and Dan LeFevour.
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Old 03-01-2011, 02:12 PM   #2306
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Report: Carson Palmer claims heíll never set foot in Paul Brown Stadium again

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...stadium-again/

As the Bengals continue to kick tires on possible quarterback prospects, itís becoming more clear that Carson Palmer wonít be playing the position (or any other) for the team in 2011 or beyond.

Dennis Janson of WCPO-TV in Cincinnati reports that Palmer recently told a confidant, ďI will never set foot in Paul Brown Stadium again.Ē (Of course, if Palmer plays for a team that plays at the Bengals, then he will.)

Palmer reportedly added: ďI have $80 million in the bank. I donít have to play football for money. Iíll play it for the love of the game but that would have to be elsewhere. Iím prepared to live my life.Ē

The fact that the dispute between player and team went public shows that Palmer is serious about leaving. The sooner the Bengals realize that and trade him for whatever they can get, the better off everyone will be.

That said, they canít trade him until the next league year begins, and the next league year most likely wonít begin until the labor situation is resolved.

Meanwhile, the only other quarterbacks on the roster are Jordan Palmer and Dan LeFevour.
80 mil in the bank. Wow to have that kind of nest egg.
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Old 03-02-2011, 06:59 AM   #2307
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Palmer's still under contract for 4 more years at an average salary of $12 mil a year before bonuses. Good luck getting anyone to jump on that.
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Old 03-02-2011, 08:05 AM   #2308
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I can see Palmer in an AZ uniform... heck, even a SF uni...
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Old 03-02-2011, 08:06 AM   #2309
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Palmer's still under contract for 4 more years at an average salary of $12 mil a year before bonuses. Good luck getting anyone to jump on that.
Who'll have to? He's not playing for Cincy. They'll either have to pay him or cut him if they can't trade him.
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Old 03-02-2011, 08:30 AM   #2310
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Who'll have to? He's not playing for Cincy. They'll either have to pay him or cut him if they can't trade him.
Well they won't have to pay him if he doesn't show up to play, which he's vowed he won't.
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Old 03-03-2011, 01:03 PM   #2311
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Former New Orleans Saints tight end Jeremy Shockey tweeted Thursday that he is going to join the Carolina Panthers.
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Old 03-03-2011, 01:12 PM   #2312
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Also Owen Daniels resigns with Texans.
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Old 03-03-2011, 01:18 PM   #2313
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Report: Carson Palmer claims heíll never set foot in Paul Brown Stadium again

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...stadium-again/

As the Bengals continue to kick tires on possible quarterback prospects, itís becoming more clear that Carson Palmer wonít be playing the position (or any other) for the team in 2011 or beyond.

Dennis Janson of WCPO-TV in Cincinnati reports that Palmer recently told a confidant, ďI will never set foot in Paul Brown Stadium again.Ē (Of course, if Palmer plays for a team that plays at the Bengals, then he will.)

Palmer reportedly added: ďI have $80 million in the bank. I donít have to play football for money. Iíll play it for the love of the game but that would have to be elsewhere. Iím prepared to live my life.Ē

The fact that the dispute between player and team went public shows that Palmer is serious about leaving. The sooner the Bengals realize that and trade him for whatever they can get, the better off everyone will be.

That said, they canít trade him until the next league year begins, and the next league year most likely wonít begin until the labor situation is resolved.

Meanwhile, the only other quarterbacks on the roster are Jordan Palmer and Dan LeFevour.
Lance Briggs said the same thing a couple years ago, he signed with duh bears once they showed him the $.
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Old 03-03-2011, 01:42 PM   #2314
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Lance Briggs said the same thing a couple years ago, he signed with duh bears once they showed him the $.
But Carson's already in line for huge money for the next 4 years. It's really not about the money here.
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Old 03-03-2011, 05:29 PM   #2315
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Bob Sanders bolts for the Bolts

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...for-the-bolts/

After safety Bob Sanders was cut by the Colts, former Indy coach Tony Dungy suggested that Sanders possibly would return to the team after exploring the open market.

As it turns out, Sanders liked what he saw on the open market.

Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Sanders has signed a one-year deal with the Chargers.

Sanders also had visited the Jets, Bills, and Jaguars.

San Diego has had Indy’s number for years, and Sanders now brings inside information and, if healthy, a high degree of ability. Though the Chargers won’t face the Colts during the 2011 regular season, Sanders could get a shot at his former team in the postseason.

If there’s a postseason.
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Old 03-03-2011, 05:41 PM   #2316
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Bob Sanders bolts for the Bolts

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...for-the-bolts/

After safety Bob Sanders was cut by the Colts, former Indy coach Tony Dungy suggested that Sanders possibly would return to the team after exploring the open market.

As it turns out, Sanders liked what he saw on the open market.

Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Sanders has signed a one-year deal with the Chargers.

Sanders also had visited the Jets, Bills, and Jaguars.

San Diego has had Indyís number for years, and Sanders now brings inside information and, if healthy, a high degree of ability. Though the Chargers wonít face the Colts during the 2011 regular season, Sanders could get a shot at his former team in the postseason.

If thereís a postseason.
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Old 03-04-2011, 07:28 PM   #2317
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The Raiders tendered one-year contracts to tight end Zach Miller and running back Michael Bush, their top two free agents.

Bush and Miller received restricted first- and third-round tenders, which were worth $3.168 million last season. It remains to be seen what the new figure will be because the league and the players have yet to work out a new collective bargaining agreement.

Bush and Miller are four-year players who earned less than $1 million each last season. Miller has led the Raiders in receiving each of his four NFL seasons. Bush has solidified himself as the primary backup to Darren McFadden.
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Old 03-07-2011, 06:35 AM   #2318
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Inside linebacker Stephen Cooper has started 55 games over the past four seasons, more than any Chargers defender besides Quentin Jammer and Shaun Phillips.

He has come a long way in eight years since signing with the Chargers as an undrafted free agent out of Maine -- from longshot to special teamer to backup to mainstay.

His run is likely over. It hasn't been made official, but he knows it.

"I think I'm going to have an opportunity to test the market," Cooper said Saturday.

Cooper has been rehabbing two sprained knees, which he played through for 11 games in 2010, including a masterful performance in the Chargers' Nov. 28 victory at Indianapolis. He said he is "excited" for the opportunity.

The Chargers are, likewise, excited to give Donald Butler a shot at a starting job after he missed his rookie season with a torn Achilles'. And they will likely make a strong run at keeping Kevin Burnett, who will also be an unrestricted free agent.
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Old 03-07-2011, 06:45 AM   #2319
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Well they won't have to pay him if he doesn't show up to play, which he's vowed he won't.
I would guess that there are some roster bonuses and whatnot that would make it unattractive to keep him while he isn't playing.
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The Raiders tendered one-year contracts to tight end Zach Miller and running back Michael Bush, their top two free agents.

Bush and Miller received restricted first- and third-round tenders, which were worth $3.168 million last season. It remains to be seen what the new figure will be because the league and the players have yet to work out a new collective bargaining agreement.

Bush and Miller are four-year players who earned less than $1 million each last season. Miller has led the Raiders in receiving each of his four NFL seasons. Bush has solidified himself as the primary backup to Darren McFadden.
So much for signing either of them.
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So much for signing either of them.
I have a question for you. Why would you call yourself Shanahan years after he was fired with a Jake Plummer avatar, whom he hated (and vice versa)?

You are a walking contradiction! I like it.
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Old 03-07-2011, 12:17 PM   #2322
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So much for signing either of them.
The tenders mean jack **** right now. No player will sign them, but every team still keeps throwing them out there.

That story hardly means that they are off the market unless they actually sign the tenders for some reason.
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What's the rule on signing a restricted free agent who hasn't signed their tender? I was under the impression that the signing team still owed picks.

And Chris, I've had this screenname on another board for a long time now so I just decided to keep it. I love Plummer, too, so it just made sense.
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The tenders mean jack **** right now. No player will sign them, but every team still keeps throwing them out there.
What?!? A ton of guys have signed the tenders.

Michael Vick
Haloti Ngata
Lamarr Woodley
Chad Greenway
David Harris

And those are just some of the big names off the top of my head.
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What?!? A ton of guys have signed the tenders.

Michael Vick
Haloti Ngata
Lamarr Woodley
Chad Greenway
David Harris

And those are just some of the big names off the top of my head.
Those guys aren't RFAs are they? I'm not talking about franchise tags, but RFA tenders. These guys are going to be unrestricted FAs once the CBA is worked out and are getting offers for way below market value with the RFA tenders.

Of course the guys getting guarantees of top 5 pay at their position will sign their tenders, but Bush and Miller aren't getting that kind of guarantee.

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