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Old 03-21-2018, 05:57 AM
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Do you think we solve our safety position via the draft or are you open to Boston coming back?
He obsesses on ILBs.
Doesn't even care about Safeties.
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Old 03-21-2018, 07:18 AM
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What exactly is the new defensive scheme?
Stop the other team.
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Old 03-21-2018, 07:23 AM
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I wonder if there is some sort of red flag on Hankins that is not known to the public... I am not sure why he would not have fit in with an updated Colts defense... He is only 25, been on two teams already... And now left Washington without a deal...
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Old 03-21-2018, 07:28 AM
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I wonder if there is some sort of red flag on Hankins that is not known to the public... I am not sure why he would not have fit in with an updated Colts defense... He is only 25, been on two teams already... And now left Washington without a deal...
Pfft.
You don't think Frank Reich is from the Polian School ?
DTs are devalued.*

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Old 03-21-2018, 07:28 AM
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I wonder if there is some sort of red flag on Hankins that is not known to the public... I am not sure why he would not have fit in with an updated Colts defense... He is only 25, been on two teams already... And now left Washington without a deal...
He could be seeking a "big" money deal that teams aren't willing to part with for a 1 or 2 down player. His Indy contract was for 10 mil a year avg. That is twice what his position is worth.
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Old 03-21-2018, 08:29 AM
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He could be seeking a "big" money deal that teams aren't willing to part with for a 1 or 2 down player. His Indy contract was for 10 mil a year avg. That is twice what his position is worth.
good point... and there are some decent DT options in this draft...
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Old 03-21-2018, 11:33 AM
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thanx for that.... still way in favor of Eric Reid over Tre, and think that 'tis prolly worth the mula for a Cam Fleming upgrade over Schofield.... also still wanting of Bostic to backup Denzel.

callin' boochit on that.... seriously, do you even know the issue.... ??
NFL is a business. Just like the business we are employed in or have ourselves. Imagine yourself in a Managerial position who have to answer to Directors, who in return have to answer to VP who ultimately answers to the CEO.

As a Manager, you hire someone in good faith. This person is a great worker and does great things but you miss something. He has a personal agenda and he wants to be vocal about it on the organization's time. He gets paid good money to do his job.

He makes his point everyday at work, taking the organization's time and money to do this then goes about his business. This is a disruption. This is not the time or the place to voice your personal concerns. If you need to do that, do that in your own time. Otherwise, find another job.

NFL owners have been feeling the pinch in both sales and viewership. Fans are what's filling these people's pockets.

Nobody wants to talk about the big picture, but there it is. NFL owners just do not want to deal with another Kaepernick.
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Old 03-21-2018, 05:11 PM
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NFL is a business. Just like the business we are employed in or have ourselves. Imagine yourself in a Managerial position who have to answer to Directors, who in return have to answer to VP who ultimately answers to the CEO.

As a Manager, you hire someone in good faith. This person is a great worker and does great things but you miss something. He has a personal agenda and he wants to be vocal about it on the organization's time. He gets paid good money to do his job.

He makes his point everyday at work, taking the organization's time and money to do this then goes about his business. This is a disruption. This is not the time or the place to voice your personal concerns. If you need to do that, do that in your own time. Otherwise, find another job.

NFL owners have been feeling the pinch in both sales and viewership. Fans are what's filling these people's pockets.

Nobody wants to talk about the big picture, but there it is. NFL owners just do not want to deal with another Kaepernick.
that's a laugh, and.... not sure what your definition of "pinch" is, and.... think all of these guys are well fed, have a nice place to sleep/call home, and have a feline or two in their mix, if and when so desired....

far as the political white wash.... just not on that page, and don't think you or anyone else that have suffered at the hands of our police excess would feel otherwise.... in fact am quite sure they are eternally grateful to Kaepernick and to anyone else that might take a knee on their behalf.
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Old 03-21-2018, 05:34 PM
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Stop the other team.
In this case, Hankins doesn't fit a 43 Tampa 2 scheme.
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Old 03-21-2018, 05:35 PM
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NFL is a business. Just like the business we are employed in or have ourselves. Imagine yourself in a Managerial position who have to answer to Directors, who in return have to answer to VP who ultimately answers to the CEO.

As a Manager, you hire someone in good faith. This person is a great worker and does great things but you miss something. He has a personal agenda and he wants to be vocal about it on the organization's time. He gets paid good money to do his job.

He makes his point everyday at work, taking the organization's time and money to do this then goes about his business. This is a disruption. This is not the time or the place to voice your personal concerns. If you need to do that, do that in your own time. Otherwise, find another job.

NFL owners have been feeling the pinch in both sales and viewership. Fans are what's filling these people's pockets.

Nobody wants to talk about the big picture, but there it is. NFL owners just do not want to deal with another Kaepernick.
After what happened last year, this is no longer a valid excuse. Not to mention that we already have guys on our team who protested (ie. Okung).
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