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Old 01-30-2018, 05:20 PM
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They’re RFA. I don’t like then as starters but that doesn’t mean I want them to walk for free either.

Trading Ty would be a top offseason priority IMO.
SF needs Tyrell.
We need Quenton.
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Old 01-31-2018, 01:14 PM
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SF needs Tyrell.
We need Quenton.
Tyrell is worth a 4th rounder which TT would blow the pick anyway.
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How much do you think he can get ?
http://www.spotrac.com/nfl/seattle-s.../market-value/

Spotrak.com has his market value listed as $12mil/year.

And there's a good chance he won't be back in Seattle. Seattle only has $14 million cap space left for 2018.

NYJ are rumored to want him back. I guess the 4th place finish tarnished the kinder-gentler locker room. Choir boys make for for 4th place finishes. Let's try something different...
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UFA's

Tre Boston ($6.5 m)

RFA's

Chris McCain 1st round tender ($4 m)
Adrian Phillips 3rd round tender ($2 m)
Tyrell Williams 2nd round tender ($3 m)

ERFA

Trevor Williams ($750,000)

FA's

DT Sheldon Richardson ($12 m)
That's about $28.5 m in spending. Chargers have $33 m in cap space. And with Richardson on board you can cut Mebane ($4.5 m in savings).

The best part is that you no longer have to draft a NT or FS.
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http://www.spotrac.com/nfl/seattle-s.../market-value/

Spotrak.com has his market value listed as $12mil/year.

And there's a good chance he won't be back in Seattle. Seattle only has $14 million cap space left for 2018.

NYJ are rumored to want him back. I guess the 4th place finish tarnished the kinder-gentler locker room. Choir boys make for for 4th place finishes. Let's try something different...
I remember he was an animal in NY. I'm sorry, I don't know how he was in Seattle. I saw a good focus segment on him in NY where the camera and mic followed him for a game. Beastly animal in the middle.
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I remember he was an animal in NY. I'm sorry, I don't know how he was in Seattle. I saw a good focus segment on him in NY where the camera and mic followed him for a game. Beastly animal in the middle.
Yeah.... just like any other player he has his cons for signing him... but he's a stud and something that the Chargers would benefit from.

I'm all in this year... Get him and keep focusing on the oline and running game (and LB) in the draft!
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Who should we keep and who should be let go. Full list here:
http://www.chargers.com/news/2018/01...ee-agents-2018

And here are the 2018 NFL Free Agents (not including tags):
http://www.spotrac.com/nfl/free-agents/

Which one of these FA do you think TT will go after? He always has one big splash FA pickup during the first week since 2015 (Franklin, Benjamin, Okung), while going after smaller pickups in the latter weeks (Woodhead, Slauson, etc.).
I'd like to retain Mccain and one of Boston or Phillips.

The O-line problem can be solved with FA. Although we should try to avoid failures like Franklin or others.
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I'd like to retain Mccain and one of Boston or Phillips.

The O-line problem can be solved with FA. Although we should try to avoid failures like Franklin or others.
Easier said than done. Franklin was a top FA guard in 2015, and I would have done the same thing as well given how prolific he looked with Denver.
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That's about $28.5 m in spending. Chargers have $33 m in cap space. And with Richardson on board you can cut Mebane ($4.5 m in savings).

The best part is that you no longer have to draft a NT or FS.
Does Richardson even play the same position as Mebane? Or is he Corey's replacement?
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That's about $28.5 m in spending. Chargers have $33 m in cap space. And with Richardson on board you can cut Mebane ($4.5 m in savings).

The best part is that you no longer have to draft a NT or FS.
Is there a 3rd round tender? I thought it was just a 1st round, 2nd round, or original round tender.
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