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    slats reacted to RutgersJetFan in Football is Stupid   
    It brings me no joy. Why do I watch this sh*t.
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    slats got a reaction from Jetster in Kareem Hunt Expected to be Reinstated in 2019   
    This is the guy I'd go after 10 times before Bell. He'll be just 24-years-old at the start of next season. Every bit as dynamic as Bell without the weed suspensions. His market will be limited, and he should come for much less money, too. 
    NFL expected to suspend Kareem Hunt but allow him to return in 2019
    Posted by Michael David Smith on January 20, 2019, 7:12 AM EST Getty Images Free agent running back Kareem Hunt is expected to be back on the field some time during the 2019 season.
    Hunt will surely be suspended to start the 2019 season, but he is expected to learn the length of his suspension before the start of the league year, and he is likely to be allowed back during the 2019 season, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
    The start of the league year, when free agency begins, actually isn’t particularly relevant to Hunt, who is a free agent right now. Free agency only begins in March for players whose contracts have expired, not for players who were released, as Hunt was by the Chiefs after video of him assaulting a woman surfaced.
    Hunt will surely have suitors. The Bears have already said they’d consider signing him, and they won’t be the only team interested. In fact, it’s possible that Hunt will come out ahead financially, given that he was under contract for a very affordable $677,000 in 2019 under his rookie deal. Hunt is likely to get multiple free agent offers, all from teams that assure the public they’re deeply concerned about Hunt’s actions, while also acknowledging that they’re willing to pay him to help them win on Sundays.
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    slats got a reaction from flgreen in Kareem Hunt Expected to be Reinstated in 2019   
    The Jets have all that cap room because they've barely got half a team under contract for 2019. Bell passed on $14M because he wants more. Good for him, let someone else pay him. 
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    slats got a reaction from Jetster in Kareem Hunt Expected to be Reinstated in 2019   
    This is the guy I'd go after 10 times before Bell. He'll be just 24-years-old at the start of next season. Every bit as dynamic as Bell without the weed suspensions. His market will be limited, and he should come for much less money, too. 
    NFL expected to suspend Kareem Hunt but allow him to return in 2019
    Posted by Michael David Smith on January 20, 2019, 7:12 AM EST Getty Images Free agent running back Kareem Hunt is expected to be back on the field some time during the 2019 season.
    Hunt will surely be suspended to start the 2019 season, but he is expected to learn the length of his suspension before the start of the league year, and he is likely to be allowed back during the 2019 season, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
    The start of the league year, when free agency begins, actually isn’t particularly relevant to Hunt, who is a free agent right now. Free agency only begins in March for players whose contracts have expired, not for players who were released, as Hunt was by the Chiefs after video of him assaulting a woman surfaced.
    Hunt will surely have suitors. The Bears have already said they’d consider signing him, and they won’t be the only team interested. In fact, it’s possible that Hunt will come out ahead financially, given that he was under contract for a very affordable $677,000 in 2019 under his rookie deal. Hunt is likely to get multiple free agent offers, all from teams that assure the public they’re deeply concerned about Hunt’s actions, while also acknowledging that they’re willing to pay him to help them win on Sundays.
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    slats got a reaction from Jetster in Kareem Hunt Expected to be Reinstated in 2019   
    This is the guy I'd go after 10 times before Bell. He'll be just 24-years-old at the start of next season. Every bit as dynamic as Bell without the weed suspensions. His market will be limited, and he should come for much less money, too. 
    NFL expected to suspend Kareem Hunt but allow him to return in 2019
    Posted by Michael David Smith on January 20, 2019, 7:12 AM EST Getty Images Free agent running back Kareem Hunt is expected to be back on the field some time during the 2019 season.
    Hunt will surely be suspended to start the 2019 season, but he is expected to learn the length of his suspension before the start of the league year, and he is likely to be allowed back during the 2019 season, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
    The start of the league year, when free agency begins, actually isn’t particularly relevant to Hunt, who is a free agent right now. Free agency only begins in March for players whose contracts have expired, not for players who were released, as Hunt was by the Chiefs after video of him assaulting a woman surfaced.
    Hunt will surely have suitors. The Bears have already said they’d consider signing him, and they won’t be the only team interested. In fact, it’s possible that Hunt will come out ahead financially, given that he was under contract for a very affordable $677,000 in 2019 under his rookie deal. Hunt is likely to get multiple free agent offers, all from teams that assure the public they’re deeply concerned about Hunt’s actions, while also acknowledging that they’re willing to pay him to help them win on Sundays.
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    slats got a reaction from Jetster in Kareem Hunt Expected to be Reinstated in 2019   
    This is the guy I'd go after 10 times before Bell. He'll be just 24-years-old at the start of next season. Every bit as dynamic as Bell without the weed suspensions. His market will be limited, and he should come for much less money, too. 
    NFL expected to suspend Kareem Hunt but allow him to return in 2019
    Posted by Michael David Smith on January 20, 2019, 7:12 AM EST Getty Images Free agent running back Kareem Hunt is expected to be back on the field some time during the 2019 season.
    Hunt will surely be suspended to start the 2019 season, but he is expected to learn the length of his suspension before the start of the league year, and he is likely to be allowed back during the 2019 season, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
    The start of the league year, when free agency begins, actually isn’t particularly relevant to Hunt, who is a free agent right now. Free agency only begins in March for players whose contracts have expired, not for players who were released, as Hunt was by the Chiefs after video of him assaulting a woman surfaced.
    Hunt will surely have suitors. The Bears have already said they’d consider signing him, and they won’t be the only team interested. In fact, it’s possible that Hunt will come out ahead financially, given that he was under contract for a very affordable $677,000 in 2019 under his rookie deal. Hunt is likely to get multiple free agent offers, all from teams that assure the public they’re deeply concerned about Hunt’s actions, while also acknowledging that they’re willing to pay him to help them win on Sundays.
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    slats got a reaction from Barry McCockinner in Kareem Hunt Expected to be Reinstated in 2019   
    I’m not making any moral judgements, I just want to build a football team. I don’t like Bell at the money he wants. I don’t like the fact that he sat out last year. I think it’s far more likely that he’s high right now than it is that Hunt is assaulting someone. Hunt is younger and, because of that baggage, will be cheaper. That’s the direction I’d go in. 
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    slats got a reaction from Gas2No99 in Kareem Hunt Expected to be Reinstated in 2019   
    I consider it unlikely that Hunt will be a repeat offender. 
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    slats got a reaction from Barry McCockinner in Kareem Hunt Expected to be Reinstated in 2019   
    I’m not making any moral judgements, I just want to build a football team. I don’t like Bell at the money he wants. I don’t like the fact that he sat out last year. I think it’s far more likely that he’s high right now than it is that Hunt is assaulting someone. Hunt is younger and, because of that baggage, will be cheaper. That’s the direction I’d go in. 
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    slats got a reaction from Gas2No99 in Kareem Hunt Expected to be Reinstated in 2019   
    I consider it unlikely that Hunt will be a repeat offender. 
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    slats got a reaction from flgreen in Kareem Hunt Expected to be Reinstated in 2019   
    The Jets have all that cap room because they've barely got half a team under contract for 2019. Bell passed on $14M because he wants more. Good for him, let someone else pay him. 
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    slats got a reaction from Gas2No99 in Kareem Hunt Expected to be Reinstated in 2019   
    Really now? 
    The man's been suspended twice for weed. It's a real thing. I've got nothing against the drug -at all- but I do have a problem with players who can't get on the field due to being suspended. I certainly don't like the idea of making such a guy the highest paid RB in NFL history. 
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    slats got a reaction from Jetster in Kareem Hunt Expected to be Reinstated in 2019   
    This is the guy I'd go after 10 times before Bell. He'll be just 24-years-old at the start of next season. Every bit as dynamic as Bell without the weed suspensions. His market will be limited, and he should come for much less money, too. 
    NFL expected to suspend Kareem Hunt but allow him to return in 2019
    Posted by Michael David Smith on January 20, 2019, 7:12 AM EST Getty Images Free agent running back Kareem Hunt is expected to be back on the field some time during the 2019 season.
    Hunt will surely be suspended to start the 2019 season, but he is expected to learn the length of his suspension before the start of the league year, and he is likely to be allowed back during the 2019 season, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
    The start of the league year, when free agency begins, actually isn’t particularly relevant to Hunt, who is a free agent right now. Free agency only begins in March for players whose contracts have expired, not for players who were released, as Hunt was by the Chiefs after video of him assaulting a woman surfaced.
    Hunt will surely have suitors. The Bears have already said they’d consider signing him, and they won’t be the only team interested. In fact, it’s possible that Hunt will come out ahead financially, given that he was under contract for a very affordable $677,000 in 2019 under his rookie deal. Hunt is likely to get multiple free agent offers, all from teams that assure the public they’re deeply concerned about Hunt’s actions, while also acknowledging that they’re willing to pay him to help them win on Sundays.
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    slats got a reaction from flgreen in Kareem Hunt Expected to be Reinstated in 2019   
    The Jets have all that cap room because they've barely got half a team under contract for 2019. Bell passed on $14M because he wants more. Good for him, let someone else pay him. 
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    slats got a reaction from flgreen in Kareem Hunt Expected to be Reinstated in 2019   
    The Jets have all that cap room because they've barely got half a team under contract for 2019. Bell passed on $14M because he wants more. Good for him, let someone else pay him. 
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    slats got a reaction from Jetster in Kareem Hunt Expected to be Reinstated in 2019   
    This is the guy I'd go after 10 times before Bell. He'll be just 24-years-old at the start of next season. Every bit as dynamic as Bell without the weed suspensions. His market will be limited, and he should come for much less money, too. 
    NFL expected to suspend Kareem Hunt but allow him to return in 2019
    Posted by Michael David Smith on January 20, 2019, 7:12 AM EST Getty Images Free agent running back Kareem Hunt is expected to be back on the field some time during the 2019 season.
    Hunt will surely be suspended to start the 2019 season, but he is expected to learn the length of his suspension before the start of the league year, and he is likely to be allowed back during the 2019 season, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
    The start of the league year, when free agency begins, actually isn’t particularly relevant to Hunt, who is a free agent right now. Free agency only begins in March for players whose contracts have expired, not for players who were released, as Hunt was by the Chiefs after video of him assaulting a woman surfaced.
    Hunt will surely have suitors. The Bears have already said they’d consider signing him, and they won’t be the only team interested. In fact, it’s possible that Hunt will come out ahead financially, given that he was under contract for a very affordable $677,000 in 2019 under his rookie deal. Hunt is likely to get multiple free agent offers, all from teams that assure the public they’re deeply concerned about Hunt’s actions, while also acknowledging that they’re willing to pay him to help them win on Sundays.
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    slats got a reaction from Barry McCockinner in Kareem Hunt Expected to be Reinstated in 2019   
    I’m not making any moral judgements, I just want to build a football team. I don’t like Bell at the money he wants. I don’t like the fact that he sat out last year. I think it’s far more likely that he’s high right now than it is that Hunt is assaulting someone. Hunt is younger and, because of that baggage, will be cheaper. That’s the direction I’d go in. 
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    slats got a reaction from Jetster in Kareem Hunt Expected to be Reinstated in 2019   
    This is the guy I'd go after 10 times before Bell. He'll be just 24-years-old at the start of next season. Every bit as dynamic as Bell without the weed suspensions. His market will be limited, and he should come for much less money, too. 
    NFL expected to suspend Kareem Hunt but allow him to return in 2019
    Posted by Michael David Smith on January 20, 2019, 7:12 AM EST Getty Images Free agent running back Kareem Hunt is expected to be back on the field some time during the 2019 season.
    Hunt will surely be suspended to start the 2019 season, but he is expected to learn the length of his suspension before the start of the league year, and he is likely to be allowed back during the 2019 season, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
    The start of the league year, when free agency begins, actually isn’t particularly relevant to Hunt, who is a free agent right now. Free agency only begins in March for players whose contracts have expired, not for players who were released, as Hunt was by the Chiefs after video of him assaulting a woman surfaced.
    Hunt will surely have suitors. The Bears have already said they’d consider signing him, and they won’t be the only team interested. In fact, it’s possible that Hunt will come out ahead financially, given that he was under contract for a very affordable $677,000 in 2019 under his rookie deal. Hunt is likely to get multiple free agent offers, all from teams that assure the public they’re deeply concerned about Hunt’s actions, while also acknowledging that they’re willing to pay him to help them win on Sundays.
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    slats got a reaction from Jetster in Kareem Hunt Expected to be Reinstated in 2019   
    This is the guy I'd go after 10 times before Bell. He'll be just 24-years-old at the start of next season. Every bit as dynamic as Bell without the weed suspensions. His market will be limited, and he should come for much less money, too. 
    NFL expected to suspend Kareem Hunt but allow him to return in 2019
    Posted by Michael David Smith on January 20, 2019, 7:12 AM EST Getty Images Free agent running back Kareem Hunt is expected to be back on the field some time during the 2019 season.
    Hunt will surely be suspended to start the 2019 season, but he is expected to learn the length of his suspension before the start of the league year, and he is likely to be allowed back during the 2019 season, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
    The start of the league year, when free agency begins, actually isn’t particularly relevant to Hunt, who is a free agent right now. Free agency only begins in March for players whose contracts have expired, not for players who were released, as Hunt was by the Chiefs after video of him assaulting a woman surfaced.
    Hunt will surely have suitors. The Bears have already said they’d consider signing him, and they won’t be the only team interested. In fact, it’s possible that Hunt will come out ahead financially, given that he was under contract for a very affordable $677,000 in 2019 under his rookie deal. Hunt is likely to get multiple free agent offers, all from teams that assure the public they’re deeply concerned about Hunt’s actions, while also acknowledging that they’re willing to pay him to help them win on Sundays.
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    slats got a reaction from Jetster in Kareem Hunt Expected to be Reinstated in 2019   
    This is the guy I'd go after 10 times before Bell. He'll be just 24-years-old at the start of next season. Every bit as dynamic as Bell without the weed suspensions. His market will be limited, and he should come for much less money, too. 
    NFL expected to suspend Kareem Hunt but allow him to return in 2019
    Posted by Michael David Smith on January 20, 2019, 7:12 AM EST Getty Images Free agent running back Kareem Hunt is expected to be back on the field some time during the 2019 season.
    Hunt will surely be suspended to start the 2019 season, but he is expected to learn the length of his suspension before the start of the league year, and he is likely to be allowed back during the 2019 season, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
    The start of the league year, when free agency begins, actually isn’t particularly relevant to Hunt, who is a free agent right now. Free agency only begins in March for players whose contracts have expired, not for players who were released, as Hunt was by the Chiefs after video of him assaulting a woman surfaced.
    Hunt will surely have suitors. The Bears have already said they’d consider signing him, and they won’t be the only team interested. In fact, it’s possible that Hunt will come out ahead financially, given that he was under contract for a very affordable $677,000 in 2019 under his rookie deal. Hunt is likely to get multiple free agent offers, all from teams that assure the public they’re deeply concerned about Hunt’s actions, while also acknowledging that they’re willing to pay him to help them win on Sundays.
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    slats reacted to Adoni Beast in Peyton Manning for OC?   
    Peyton Manning has been considered VP of Football Ops by the Colts. 
    He’ll be the next John Elway and run a team, if he wants back into the league. He’s not going to coach.
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    slats reacted to FidelioJet in Peyton Manning for OC?   
    Peyton Manning is NOT coming to the Jets...and he's NOT going to take an OC job anywhere.
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    slats got a reaction from freestater in Offseason timeline and important dates   
    I miss when the draft was the first three rounds on Saturday and the rest on Sunday. Great draft parties back then. 
    I agree. 
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    slats got a reaction from Spoot-Face in Happy Birthday, Glenn!   
    Happy B-day to an elite level JN member (don't tell 'em what that entails)!
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    slats reacted to Spoot-Face in Happy Birthday, Glenn!   
    Happy Birthday, @AFJF

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