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  1. The Athletic's Michael-Shawn Dugar, Mike Sando and Jayson Jenks report Russell Wilson's camp has broached trade destinations with Seattle to the Dolphins, Jets, Saints and Raiders. The report also notes that "some people around the league" believe a trade will happen, if not this offseason then sometime in the "near future," and that those close to Wilson feel as though the pillars upon which coach Pete Carroll built his program — namely competition and accountability — are applied selectively, especially as it pertains to himself and his sons. If that truly is the case, Wilson would
  2. Justin Simmons could also be tagged and added to the equation
  3. Denver has 9 overall. Von Miller could help ease the sting of losing Watt
  4. https://www.pff.com/news/draft-2021-mock-draft-atlanta-falcons-trade-up-for-qb-justin-fields-denver-broncos-acquire-deshaun-watson 1. JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS: QB TREVOR LAWRENCE, CLEMSON Some around the league “allegedly” view Zach Wilson as QB1 over Lawrence, but this decision is as much a no-brainer as the Jaguars will ever get. Lawrence has everything you could want in a franchise quarterback and is the clear-cut best prospect in this class. The Clemson star is the only quarterback in the PFF College era to earn a 90.0-plus grade as a true freshman, sophomore and as a junior.
  5. Lol COVID has nothing to do with him becoming a bum. Draft in the first round at your own peril
  6. spillover from the Wentz thread, but still topical Colts acquired Carson Wentz from the Eagles in exchange for a 2021 third-round pick and conditional 2022 second-round pick. The conditional second-rounder becomes a first-round pick if Wentz plays 75 percent of the snaps or 70 percent and the team makes the playoffs. The Eagles will also take on $33.8 million in dead-money cap penalties, the largest number in league history for one player. It's a far cry from the "multiple firsts" GM Howie Roseman was in the market for, but clearly the organization's best offer on the table af
  7. That very well could be the case, but it's incredibly poor form to dance on his grave about it. Especially when we don't know what happened at all.
  8. It's not simp/white-knighting to be a decent human being. Belittling deceased people doesn't make you a big man
  9. A more plausible explanation would be repercussions of CTE and other TBI related issues. I have a close friend going through some of that right now and it's hell. To [unfoundedly] imply drugs and hookers is complete disrespectful of the late player, go be a scumbag somewhere else.
  10. Falcons general manager Terry Fontenot said the team would "bring in" quarterbacks this offseason. It's not exactly a stunning admission, but it confirms that the Falcons are rightfully thinking about life after Matt Ryan, who will be 36 in May. Ryan, who is signed through the 2023 season, will count for $40.9 million against the salary cap in 2021, making him an unlikely cut candidate even if the Falcons draft his eventual replacement with the fourth pick in this spring's NFL Draft. "You always bring in quarterbacks," Fontenot said. "You need to bring in quarterb
  11. ESPN's Mike Reiss sees New England as a possible landing spot for Raiders QB Marcus Mariota via trade. Reiss is speculating based on the available quarterbacks and New England's needs but it's still an interesting idea. At 68 years old, Bill Belichick doesn't seem likely to be looking at a complete rebuild of his team. The New England defense is good enough that league-average quarterback play may be all the team needs to get back into the postseason next year. They simply couldn't find get average play from Cam Newton and Jarrett Stidham last year. Mariota started
  12. NFL analyst Ron Jaworski reports the Colts have offered "two second-round draft picks" for Carson Wentz. It's the best offer the Eagles have for Wentz. The Eagles are holding out for a Matthew Stafford type deal, but that's not going to happen. Teams have been unwilling to even offer a late first-round pick for Wentz. The Wentz market has cooled in recent weeks, with Chicago reportedly losing interest. Philly is going to have to come off its asking price to trade Wentz this offseason. RELATED: Indianapolis Colts SOURCE: WPVI Philadelphia Feb 13,
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