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  1. https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/27343569/barnwell-inevitable-drew-brees-decline-already-begun?platform=amp&__twitter_impression=true
  2. He was, but in those days TEs were usually OTs who blocked and occasionally ran routes. You can't compare him to jimmy Graham or Tony Gonzales. He made the pro bowl, if I remember correctly and was what I'd consider a solid blue chipper, not great, but solid
  3. Carl Smith was so predictable. Ruben Mayes and Dalton hillard were good running backs. Not in the Barry Sanders/emmit Smith tier, but they were not slouchers. Bobby hebert, as much as I can't stand him, was at least as good as brad Johnson was when he won the super bowl. Hoby Brenner was a blue chip TE.
  4. Carl Smith.....the name my nightmares are made of
  5. Patriots just signed him
  6. I think it's a smart move. He deserved it, way outperformed his rookie deal. Based on history the cap keeps rising, so as percentage of cap, his hit will go down-again depending on how it's structured. He didn't seem to be the type to cash in and stop putting in effort
  7. Agree here too. They both do a good job, though deuce windhan isn't really a beat reporter. But I like triplette a tad more than Holder
  8. My thoughts exactly
  9. I read that we get 6.9 mil in space, but the prorated portion of his signing bonus is dead money
  10. http://www.espn.com/espn/now?nowId=21-41057670-4
  11. Tough to lose a guy like Ingram, but as others have noted, the business side is part of the equation. Remember, the teams that are able to make sound business decisions are more successful. (Looking at you, NE)
  12. While I didn't think Bridgewater would end up in Denver, it does take a starter off the board. I think this diminishes our chances of resigning him.