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Old 07-17-2013, 06:26 PM   #4801
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...the Panthers are also in NC...

The issue is they put a picture of the wrong state on the shirt.
nice to know i wasn't crazy when i saw that response.
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Old 07-24-2013, 12:57 PM   #4802
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Old 07-24-2013, 08:27 PM   #4804
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This was the RT that Boob and kFcIamAstud said was the best at his position?

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FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. -- Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons have agreed to a five-year contract extension that will make the quarterback one of the league's highest-paid players, league sources told ESPN Senior NFL Analyst Chris Mortensen, just before the first practice of training camp.

The extension guarantees Ryan $59 million, the sources said, and can be worth up to $103.75 million, for a $20.75 million annual average. Ryan will make $63 million in the first three years, the sources said.
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Old 07-25-2013, 12:38 PM   #4807
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http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...quire-surgery/

Percy Harvin’s hip injury could require surgery
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Old 07-25-2013, 03:22 PM   #4808
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with Winston,Abraham and Palmer in the fold they might actually play decent this season.
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Old 07-25-2013, 03:43 PM   #4809
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Hate to say this but good. **** Percy.

No good punk.
Couldn't have happened to a more deserving HC though.
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Old 07-25-2013, 04:12 PM   #4810
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Couldn't have happened to a more deserving HC though.
it won't hurt them a ton though. that team is really good and all of their players are only getting better.
Percy is explosive and will be a huge weapon but until he's on the field and doing work and then misses games it doesn't hurt them.
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Ryan Swope - WR - Cardinals

Cardinals sixth-round WR Ryan Swope has been forced to retire due to lingering concussion symptoms.
Swope, the No. 174 overall pick, was a pleasant surprise at the Combine in February, running a 4.34 forty. But he suffered multiple concussions at Texas A&M, and he has never gotten over them. Swope is making the smart long-term health move, but it's a shame he never got to put the pads on in the NFL.
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Ryan Swope - WR - Cardinals

Cardinals sixth-round WR Ryan Swope has been forced to retire due to lingering concussion symptoms.
Swope, the No. 174 overall pick, was a pleasant surprise at the Combine in February, running a 4.34 forty. But he suffered multiple concussions at Texas A&M, and he has never gotten over them. Swope is making the smart long-term health move, but it's a shame he never got to put the pads on in the NFL.
Man... you gotta feel for the kid. Smart choice, but really feel terrible he never got the chance.
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Old 07-25-2013, 07:54 PM   #4813
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Ryan Swope - WR - Cardinals

Cardinals sixth-round WR Ryan Swope has been forced to retire due to lingering concussion symptoms.
Swope, the No. 174 overall pick, was a pleasant surprise at the Combine in February, running a 4.34 forty. But he suffered multiple concussions at Texas A&M, and he has never gotten over them. Swope is making the smart long-term health move, but it's a shame he never got to put the pads on in the NFL.
wow, that's some serious stuff right there. glad he's able to walk away now instead of after another serious one that affects his quality of life.
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Old 07-26-2013, 07:57 AM   #4815
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I saw Dre Kirpatrick has not been cleared to practice for the Bengals yet

Still very early in his career, but after not playing last year and starting out on the PUP again this year some Bengals fans are starting to throw the B word around
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According to reports, Tebow running with the backs and WRs the entire PATS practice today
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Stopped like 20 seconds in, terrible
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http://www.nfl.com/draft/story/0ap10...signing-status

Only three first round draft picks remain un-signed.

Titan's 10th overall pick guard Chance Warmack
Jets 9th overall pick cornerback Dee Milliner
and Cardinals 7th overall pick guard Jonathan Cooper.

With Eric Fisher agreeing to terms, that should have a ripple effect on getting the other two linemen signed shortly. Not sure what the Jets' problem is...
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http://www.nfl.com/draft/story/0ap10...signing-status

Only three first round draft picks remain un-signed.

Titan's 10th overall pick guard Chance Warmack
Jets 9th overall pick cornerback Dee Milliner
and Cardinals 7th overall pick guard Jonathan Cooper.

With Eric Fisher agreeing to terms, that should have a ripple effect on getting the other two linemen signed shortly. Not sure what the Jets' problem is...
kc is gonna pay Fisher $10m in the next 5 days and another $4m by February or some such crap.
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Fisher will catch $10 million within five days
Posted by Mike Florio on July 26, 2013, 3:02 PM EDT


In the end, the first pick in the 2013 draft cried uncle on the issue of offsets. In exchange, he’s getting a ton of money up front.

Per a league source with knowledge of the deal, Eric Fisher will receiver $10 million in the next five days from the Chiefs under the contract he signed within the past hour.

(Only George Clooney can get $10 million faster than that.)

Not many teams have a habit of turning over that much cash that quickly. Sure, players “earn” their signing bonuses upon signing the contracts. But it’s one thing to sign the paper and quite another thing to collect it.

The $10 million to be paid in five days is part of a $14.518 million signing bonus. The rest of the money will be paid in full by February 15, 2014.

Fisher also has minimum base salaries ($405,000 in 2013, $495,000 in 2014, $585,000 in 2015, and $675,000 in 2016) along with training-camp roster bonuses of $918,659 in 2014, $1,837,318 in 2015, and $2,755,977 in 2016.

The deal is fully guaranteed for injury, skill, and salary cap. And while it includes offset language, first-round offensive linemen rarely if ever are cut within four years. (Even Tony Mandarich, the biggest offensive lineman bust in league history, made it three years with the Packers.)

So Fisher traded a term that most likely will be irrelevant for him in exchange for $10 million now, $4.518 million soon, and the ability to double dip in the highly unlikely event he gets cut at some point between the start of training camp and the start of a regular season.
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Posted by Mike Florio on July 26, 2013, 3:02 PM EDT


In the end, the first pick in the 2013 draft cried uncle on the issue of offsets. In exchange, he’s getting a ton of money up front.

Per a league source with knowledge of the deal, Eric Fisher will receiver $10 million in the next five days from the Chiefs under the contract he signed within the past hour.

(Only George Clooney can get $10 million faster than that.)

Not many teams have a habit of turning over that much cash that quickly. Sure, players “earn” their signing bonuses upon signing the contracts. But it’s one thing to sign the paper and quite another thing to collect it.

The $10 million to be paid in five days is part of a $14.518 million signing bonus. The rest of the money will be paid in full by February 15, 2014.

Fisher also has minimum base salaries ($405,000 in 2013, $495,000 in 2014, $585,000 in 2015, and $675,000 in 2016) along with training-camp roster bonuses of $918,659 in 2014, $1,837,318 in 2015, and $2,755,977 in 2016.

The deal is fully guaranteed for injury, skill, and salary cap. And while it includes offset language, first-round offensive linemen rarely if ever are cut within four years. (Even Tony Mandarich, the biggest offensive lineman bust in league history, made it three years with the Packers.)

So Fisher traded a term that most likely will be irrelevant for him in exchange for $10 million now, $4.518 million soon, and the ability to double dip in the highly unlikely event he gets cut at some point between the start of training camp and the start of a regular season.
The advantage there is if he busts the Chiefs will have bled out the lion's share of the money.
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The advantage there is if he busts the Chiefs will have bled out the lion's share of the money.
why is this an advantage?
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In the end, the first pick in the 2013 draft cried uncle on the issue of offsets. In exchange, he’s getting a ton of money up front.

Per a league source with knowledge of the deal, Eric Fisher will receiver $10 million in the next five days from the Chiefs under the contract he signed within the past hour.

(Only George Clooney can get $10 million faster than that.)

Not many teams have a habit of turning over that much cash that quickly. Sure, players “earn” their signing bonuses upon signing the contracts. But it’s one thing to sign the paper and quite another thing to collect it.

The $10 million to be paid in five days is part of a $14.518 million signing bonus. The rest of the money will be paid in full by February 15, 2014.

Fisher also has minimum base salaries ($405,000 in 2013, $495,000 in 2014, $585,000 in 2015, and $675,000 in 2016) along with training-camp roster bonuses of $918,659 in 2014, $1,837,318 in 2015, and $2,755,977 in 2016.

The deal is fully guaranteed for injury, skill, and salary cap. And while it includes offset language, first-round offensive linemen rarely if ever are cut within four years. (Even Tony Mandarich, the biggest offensive lineman bust in league history, made it three years with the Packers.)

So Fisher traded a term that most likely will be irrelevant for him in exchange for $10 million now, $4.518 million soon, and the ability to double dip in the highly unlikely event he gets cut at some point between the start of training camp and the start of a regular season.
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