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Old 05-03-2018, 02:36 PM
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The Pittsburgh Steelers have converted $8.26 million of linebacker Ryan Shazier's $8.718 million base salary for 2018 into a signing bonus, according to a league source.
In doing so, Shazier will receive this money immediately, a solid gesture by the organization for a beloved player throughout Pittsburgh.
Yeah, that's Big League right there.
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The Pittsburgh Steelers have converted $8.26 million of linebacker Ryan Shazier's $8.718 million base salary for 2018 into a signing bonus, according to a league source.
In doing so, Shazier will receive this money immediately, a solid gesture by the organization for a beloved player throughout Pittsburgh.
Yeah, that's Big League right there.
Quality deed by a Quality organization.

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The Pittsburgh Steelers have converted $8.26 million of linebacker Ryan Shazier's $8.718 million base salary for 2018 into a signing bonus, according to a league source.
In doing so, Shazier will receive this money immediately, a solid gesture by the organization for a beloved player throughout Pittsburgh.
Yeah, that's Big League right there.
Yeah, but not as classy as what Chargers did for Seau, LT, Weddle or Gates. I'm sure they will go out of their way for Rivers. LoL.

Heck they really took care of Big Lazy.

Chargers are first class, sure the Steelers have umpteen Super Bowels but it's not as great as the Chargers way.

Ok, let's get real, Chargers have a lot to learn. Possibly more off the field.

You have to respect Seau, LT, Gates for their Humility and that's what makes us love the team and Players.

Stay Classy San Diego Chargers, sound so much better...
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Old 05-03-2018, 07:50 PM
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The Raiders draft makes sense.
Offensive Tackles in a division that has;
Ingram/Bosa. Miller/Chubb. Houston/Ford.
And they showed more guts than other franchises, taking Mo Hurst when everyone else was skeerd.

I think their draft is under rated.
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The Raiders draft makes sense.
Offensive Tackles in a division that has;
Ingram/Bosa. Miller/Chubb. Houston/Ford.
And they showed more guts than other franchises, taking Mo Hurst when everyone else was skeerd.

I think their draft is under rated.
So do I... And while I think Chucky is completley overrated, the team will likely do well initially during the "new head coach honeymoon".
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The Raiders draft makes sense.
Offensive Tackles in a division that has;
Ingram/Bosa. Miller/Chubb. Houston/Ford.
And they showed more guts than other franchises, taking Mo Hurst when everyone else was skeerd.

I think their draft is under rated.
Kolton Miller was a complete and utter reach.

Hurst waited until the 5th round for a reason.

Chucky screams at him in practice and he's likely to hit the turf.

The raiders suck and their draft sucked with them.
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Kolton Miller was a complete and utter reach.

Hurst waited until the 5th round for a reason.

Chucky screams at him in practice and he's likely to hit the turf.

The raiders suck and their draft sucked with them.
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Yeah, but not as classy as what Chargers did for Seau, LT, Weddle or Gates. I'm sure they will go out of their way for Rivers. LoL.

Heck they really took care of Big Lazy.

Chargers are first class, sure the Steelers have umpteen Super Bowels but it's not as great as the Chargers way.

Ok, let's get real, Chargers have a lot to learn. Possibly more off the field.

You have to respect Seau, LT, Gates for their Humility and that's what makes us love the team and Players.

Stay Classy San Diego Chargers, sound so much better...
What team are you a fan of? Also, the Chargers moved to Los Angeles. I guess you missed the memo.
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Yeah, but not as classy as what Chargers did for Seau, LT, Weddle or Gates. I'm sure they will go out of their way for Rivers. LoL.

Heck they really took care of Big Lazy.

Chargers are first class, sure the Steelers have umpteen Super Bowels but it's not as great as the Chargers way.

Ok, let's get real, Chargers have a lot to learn. Possibly more off the field.

You have to respect Seau, LT, Gates for their Humility and that's what makes us love the team and Players.

Stay Classy San Diego Chargers, sound so much better...
Apples and oranges here. Shazier has suffered in most likelihood a career-ending injury, and he's fortunate to be walking. The players you mentioned, with the exception of Weddle, were at or near the end of their careers.
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