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Old 10-28-2009, 09:44 AM   #1
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Seymour and Casey Hampton join the defense next year.
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Old 10-28-2009, 09:45 AM   #2
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A Prediction: KC will still suck.
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Old 10-28-2009, 09:46 AM   #3
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Seymour would get serious consideration from MCD. I'll second that and say Seymour or Wilfork are in Denver. I'll bet the only way KC would get him over Denver would be to outbid. Seymour knows what kind of coach MCD is vs a prick like Haley that players hate.
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Old 10-28-2009, 09:49 AM   #5
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Seymour and Casey Hampton join the defense next year.
What D? Ours or yours?

I don't really want either, nor do I want to pay Seymour the money he'd want. Granted, I do not make decisions for the Broncos, and that is good for all of us.
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Old 10-28-2009, 09:52 AM   #6
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Seymour would get serious consideration from MCD. I'll second that and say Seymour or Wilfork are in Denver. I'll bet the only way KC would get him over Denver would be to outbid. Seymour knows what kind of coach MCD is vs a prick like Haley that players hate.
I''ll bet we put our money into signing our own guys.

Seymour and Wilfork will get paid big, I doubt we could afford either with all the contracts we're gonna have to hand out these next couple of years.
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Old 10-28-2009, 09:54 AM   #7
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McD will be shooting for a championship before Dawkins is gone and playoff games are won up front.

I cant see them giving Wilfork the type of deal he will command with all the big contracts they have to renew after this year and next.

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thats huge money right there.

I bet Wilfork ends up in SF, unless his price tag is still affordable and we decide to overspend, but "the patriot way" is to never overpay for players.
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Old 10-28-2009, 09:55 AM   #9
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A Prediction: KC will still suck.
a prediction: you're probably right, but that doesnt have anything to do with the topic.

I see the confusion...I actually mean the Denver defense not KCs.
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id rather make a run at J.peppers than lowlife seymour.

Hampton, i am good with hampton.
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Old 10-28-2009, 10:00 AM   #11
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a prediction: you're probably right, but that doesnt have anything to do with the topic.

I see the confusion...I actually mean the Denver defense not KCs.
Now that just doesn't make sense IMO. I really think there's a zero percent chance either of them sign with Denver next year......or that either are even really pursued by Denver next year.
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McD will be shooting for a championship before Dawkins is gone and playoff games are won up front.

I cant see them giving Wilfork the type of deal he will command with all the big contracts they have to renew after this year and next.

Dumerville
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thats huge money right there.

I bet Wilfork ends up in SF, unless his price tag is still affordable and we decide to overspend, but "the patriot way" is to never overpay for players.

I like McD and championship in the same sentance.
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Old 10-28-2009, 10:05 AM   #13
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Now that just doesn't make sense IMO. I really think there's a zero percent chance either of them sign with Denver next year......or that either are even really pursued by Denver next year.
I could see us pursuing someone to play the end. We have a brilliant rotation right now, but we could use some stability.
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McD will be shooting for a championship before Dawkins is gone and playoff games are won up front.

I cant see them giving Wilfork the type of deal he will command with all the big contracts they have to renew after this year and next.

Dumerville
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thats huge money right there.

I bet Wilfork ends up in SF, unless his price tag is still affordable and we decide to overspend, but "the patriot way" is to never overpay for players.
Yeah your right about that Denver's main priority will most likely be own players. Champ will either restructure or be gone. There is noway he makes 15 mil on the books next year.
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Yeah your right about that Denver's main priority will most likely be own players. Champ will either restructure or be gone. There is noway he makes 15 mil on the books next year.

Ya, I hope Champ restructures, hopefully the man wants to win, not the money.
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I could see us pursuing someone to play the end. We have a brilliant rotation right now, but we could use some stability.
I agree, but not either one of these guys. Sign either of them and it makes it that much harder to lock up their young talent. They'll go bargain shopping for sure when it comes to DE depth IMO.
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I agree, but not either one of these guys. Sign either of them and it makes it that much harder to lock up their young talent. They'll go bargain shopping for sure when it comes to DE depth IMO.
I misunderstood. I thought he meant they'd join the KC defense.

Yeah, we're definitely not gonna get a top level talent on the defensive line.
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Old 10-28-2009, 10:23 AM   #18
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Seymour is a blowhard. I'd really cringe if he was on our team. Like someone else said, we don't get to make those decisions, and unless/until we start failing, McD is beyond reproach.
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I agree, but not either one of these guys. Sign either of them and it makes it that much harder to lock up their young talent. They'll go bargain shopping for sure when it comes to DE depth IMO.
I was gonna say Seymour/Jarvis Green but thought just Seymour was bolder.

I should have left him in there.

Jarvis green will be a steal if he is allowed to leave NE.

I would be surprised if Oakland pays Seymour almost 20 million on a franchise deal, when he is already slamming them in the media and the year is only half way over.

No way he signs a long term deal there unless GOD intervenes and lets them go on a miracle win streak through the rest of the year.

Both can be signed to cap friendly deals at their age, the type of deals the Broncos should be able to afford, even given their needs to lock up their own talent long term.

Bringing in Dawk to me said they thought they could contend already...it seems, so far at least, they were right.

I hate to say it, but I think the dline will come back down to earth over the rest of the year.

I could be wrong.
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Ya, I hope Champ restructures, hopefully the man wants to win, not the money.
he will

Im sure he sees what has happened to Chris McCalister, Surtain, Ty Law, etc.

I bet he plays another year at minimum.
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Yeah your right about that Denver's main priority will most likely be own players. Champ will either restructure or be gone. There is noway he makes 15 mil on the books next year.
Depends. Bowlen will only be paying him $9.5M in salary, the rest is bonus money he's already received.

Likely going to be an uncapped year, so who cares about what his cap number might be.

Its a great time to get some front loaded deals out there. Resigning Marshall, Dumervil, Orton, and re-upping Champ in a year where we can front load bonus numbers seems like a pretty savvy way to keep cap flexibility for years to come.

That is where a playoff run would come in very useful. Bring in some extra revenue and bolster fan support so Bowlen feels financially empowered enough to lay out that kind of green.
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Youre just an underling here, guy.
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Just say no to the high priced DL free agents.
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McD will be shooting for a championship before Dawkins is gone and playoff games are won up front.

I cant see them giving Wilfork the type of deal he will command with all the big contracts they have to renew after this year and next.

Dumerville
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thats huge money right there.

I bet Wilfork ends up in SF, unless his price tag is still affordable and we decide to overspend, but "the patriot way" is to never overpay for players.
You don't think we can afford Wilfork, but DO think we can afford Hampton who is widely regarded as the best NT in the game?

In any case, I think McD will follow the Bellichek model and not throw a lot of money at lineman in their 30s. I could see us going for Wilfork though since he is still pretty young.
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