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    Houston to the Colts

    Can you really blame the guy? Colts were a playoff team, a comeback QB and with tons of cap room.
  2. A hot commodity position, will be gone by then.
  3. We need a back-up QB which has been underestimated (Sam was out for almost a month). Trade 6th and Lee and get it done!
  4. Let me start by saying, that I truly hate the Patriots and Bill Beliicheat. With this said, I want to tell everyone that criticizes prostitution to stop the taboo! This society needs to stop the pussyfication-George Carlin. Besides, it is one of the oldest business in the world. I understand the sadness and injustice behind illegal activities such as prostitution and human trafficking (PHT). But for the love of Jets, the old man was doing what most of us have dreamed on our lifetime!
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    Tyreek Hill under investigation

    Banned for life!
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    Tyreek Hill under investigation

    They need to legalize prostitution in Kansas City, for Christ's sake!
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    MORSE DEAL 4/$44.5mil w/$20.5m guaranteed

    All these guys listed below will become a free agent next year. Offer a 2019 mid-rounder and a 2020 late round. Rodney Hudson C 31 OAK TBD $8,900,000 UFA - Mike Pouncey C 31 LAC TBD $7,500,000 UFA - Max Unger C 34 NO TBD $7,400,000 UFA - J.C. Tretter C 29 CLE TBD $5,583,333 UFA - Ben Jones C 31 TEN TBD $4,375,000 UFA - Spencer Long C 29 BUF - $4,200,000 CO - B.J. Finney
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    NY Jets Remaining Cap Space

    Great learning points on this thread, thanks!
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    Adam Gase “loves” newly released Josh Sitton

    The Miami Dolphins continued their roster purge at the start of the league year Wednesday by releasing veteran guard Josh Sitton, the team announced. The move will save the Dolphins $5 million in cap space. Sitton is likely to wind up with the New York Jets, a source tells ESPN's Adam Schefter. There he would reunite with Jets coach Adam Gase, formerly of the Dolphins. Sitton, 32, signed a two-year, $13.5 million deal with the Dolphins last March with hopes of fortifying Miami's interior offensive line. Sitton's season ended shortly after it started when he tore his rotator cuff in Week 1 versus Tennessee. Sitton had surgery and was placed on injured reserve in September. The 6-foot-3, 320-pound veteran guard is a four-time Pro Bowler who has played 11 NFL seasons, including his first eight in Green Bay. The Dolphins will now have to find at least two new starters, and possibly more, on their offensive line. Right tackle Ja'Wuan James departed in free agency, landing a four-year, $51 million deal with the Denver Broncos.
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    NFL Free Agent Updates

    Ex-Dophin OG released, should Gase take a look at one of his previous player? Larsen, 31, made the key block to launch Kenyan Drake into a favorable one-on-one against Rob Gronkowski in the "Miami Miracle" win over the New England Patriots in December.
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      82nd Airborne

      Stop drafting defense on 1st rounders and protect Darnold!


      Florida_logo.gif Jawaan Taylor*, OT, Florida 
      Height: 6-5. Weight: 340. 
      Projected 40 Time: 5.35. 
      Projected Round (2019): 1-2. 

      2/9/19: Taylor was excellent for the Gators in 2018. He was steady in pass protection and tough as a run blocker. In speaking to team sources after the end of the regular season, multiple teams said they had Taylor as the top offensive line prospect for the 2019 NFL Draft. They felt that Taylor would be the first blocker drafted and could go high in the first round. Some team sources weren't quite as high on Taylor and wanted him to be a bit more consistent, but even they believed he could be a high first-rounder. 

      Team sources love Taylor's combination of size, movement skills, and strength. Sources feel that 6-foot-5, 340-pounder has an excellent skill set with upside to be a top tackle in the NFL. 

      Here's what one national scout texted me about Taylor, "I bet you Jawaan Taylor is the first tackle to go in the draft if he comes out. I haven't seen him hardly anywhere from the experts, haha." In speaking to a general manager of a team in need of tackle help, they said that Taylor was their top offensive tackle prospect as well. While it is still early in the 2019 NFL Draft process, entering the offseason portion, multiple NFL teams have Taylor as a their top-rated offensive lineman and think he could be a high first-round pick. In survey of team sources, the range given for Taylor was No. 5-25. 

      8/28/18: Taylor played right tackle for the Gators last year and has impressed some team evaluators. "Taylor at Florida is very talented with size, movement skills, and strength," said one scout. "His stock could boom with a strong season. He needs to be more consistent though." In the final two games of the 2017 season, Taylor started at left tackle for Florida. If he can't play on the blind side, he could be a guard or right tackle in the NFL.
      Read more at http://walterfootball.com/draft2019OT.php#0CsYek6OP95RCiCI.99

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