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  1. I am not going to speculate on someone medical conditions - feel sorry if mark is in this unfortunate state. Why would anyone question why we should take precautions on anyone playing sports/football
  2. I thought Duda had turned the edge to be productive but he obviously slipped back- D'arnaud I have soured on with all his injuries and underforming plate - also teams taking liberty with his throwing-some of which the pitchers share the blame
  3. Hall Of Fame is so diluted now it really does not matter anymore to me. Popularity contest
  4. Chad was a good leader but lack of ability made him only so good . Reminds me of Alex Smith. good enough to get a team into playoffs but then not good enough
  5. People think it is easy to make trades- exact opposite that is why you do not see many trades.
  6. Cleveland supposed loves Garrett I would expect them to draft him first
  7. Best solution to have some stability in the offensive line-try to rework Mangold and find tackle help through draft free agent
  8. Latest Update... Jan. 15 | 4:15 PM The Mets are looking to acquire two prospects in exchange for Jay Bruce, reports CSNPhilly.com's Jim Salisbury. According to Salisbury, the Phillies are interested in Bruce but are wary of dealing their prospects as they rebuild. Previous Updates and Backstory... Bruce is aware of rumors that the Mets may be looking to trade him, which is expected to happen once the team re-signed Yoenis Cespedes, he told NJ.com's Matt Ehalt. "I don't expect anything from anybody. It's a business and they should do what's best for the team," Bruce told Ehalt. "I would love to come back, start fresh and have a full season in New York. I think it would be a blast. It's a great team and it was a lot of fun last year. I didn't play as well as I wanted to, but we still got into the playoffs and I felt like I was a part of that. The team made me feel very welcome. There's only so many spots, though. We'll see what happens." The Mets will most likely wait for Mark Trumbo, Jose Bautista and Mike Napoli to be off the free-agent market before they deal Bruce, according to multiple reports. The Phillies are still looking to add a left-handed hitter, team president Andy MacPhail recently told SiriusXM's MLB Network Radio. In early January, FoxSports.com's Ken Rosenthal said the Phillies the would be interested in acquiring Bruce if it meant not giving up significant prospects. O's GM Dan Duquette recently indicated it may be time for Baltimore to move on from free-agent Mark Trumbo, because, "We like some of the other options, some of the shorter-term options on the market that look to be a little bit more cost-effective for the club," he told MLB Network Radio. In December, Mets GM Sandy Alderson repeatedly told reporters he was not yet willing to pay part of Bruce's salary to help deal his left-handed hitting outfielder. However, according to FoxSports.com's Ken Rosenthal, Alderson may have to do so if he wants to trade Bruce before spring training. MLB insiders continue to tell MetsBlog's Matthew Cerrone that the Rangers, Blue Jays and Orioles will be Sandy Alderson's best trade target. According to Cerrone, in exchange for Bruce, the Mets can expect a low-cost, low-ceiling reliever or one or two minor leaguers if the acquiring team is picking up the bulk of Bruce's $13 million salary.
  9. Ok stop the pettiness in this thread try and act like grownups
  10. nnovative wrestler Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka dies at 73 JANUARY 15TH, 2017 JEREMY KARP OTHER, PRO WRESTLING0 COMMENTS35 WWE legend and Hall of Famer Jimmy Snuka has died at the age of 73. He had been battling both dementia and stomach cancer for months. Snuka, 73, was cleared Jan. 3 for the 1983 murder of Nancy Argentino, an old girlfriend of his. It wasn’t until The Morning Call newspaper in Allentown, Pa. brought up questions about whether Snuka told the truth in the case that the veteran wrestler faced any charges in the matter. After a lot of discussion and controversy, the judge deemed Snuka mentally unfit to stand trial. World Wrestling Entertainment released a statement following his passing: “Snuka is regarded by many as the pioneer of high-flying offense because of his Superfly Splash from the top turnbuckle. His dive off the top of the steel cage onto Don Muraco at Madison Square Garden as hundreds of flash bulbs went off will forever live as one of the most memorable moments in WWE history.” Many wrestlers, such as Mick Foley, Tommy Dreamer, The Sandman, and Bubba Ray Dudley, all found ways to attend the famous match mentioned above. Foley can be seen in one of the front rows of the event. He made his debut with the then-WWF in 1982. Two years later, Snuka had one of the most memorable feuds in WWE history… with the late “Rowdy” Roddy Piper. In one of the most famous segments of Piper’s Pit, Piper hit Snuka on the back of the head with a coconut. The attack led to a series of grudge matches between the two that were played out over venues across the US throughout the summer of 1984. In late 1984, Snuka entered a rehabilitation facility, ending the feud between the two. On March 24, 1991, Snuka was defeated by The Undertaker at WrestleMania VII, which began The Undertaker’s undefeated streak at WrestleMania. It remains to this day The Undertaker’s shortest match at Wrestlemania. He was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 1996, though over the past year, WWE has tried to hide this fact due to Snuka’s personal controversies, even removing the page from their official website. He entered semi-retirement in 1996. He even competed alongside Piper and Ricky Steamboat against Chris Jericho at the 25th anniversary of Wrestlemania. It wasn’t until his mental and physical health really took its toll that he officially retired in 2015.
  11. Welcome good points you make- I am totally up in the air on who i want at 6 will wait to see combine and free agents we can target
  12. Quinn has a QB and Julio Jones we do not-simple but to the point
  13. I can honestly say i have no idea- maybe Mac can get creative and pull off a miracle
  14. Find a QB will solve the problem-moving we just condemmed San Diego and St Louis moving now you want to do that also
  15. LA can not support one team much less two- another blunder by the NFL