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Just now, C Mart said:

They could move Jenkins inside. Jenkins reminds me of Mo Lewis, who played inside & outside

This. Jenkins is a very versatile player. Love his game and think he could play both positions.

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If the Jets are going to overpay anybody in FA, I would rather it be a 26 year old OLBer with production than a QB who's an unknown

Well, the Jets got McCown, you knew the Browns were gonna have to retaliate. 

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Just now, Augustiniak said:

they have mauldin too.   why are the focusing on lb?

I think Mauldin is viewed as a situational pass rusher at this point. He struggled at doing anything other than that last year

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6 minutes ago, BigRy56 said:

This. Jenkins is a very versatile player. Love his game and think he could play both positions.

Jets could kick azz signing Perry, and a safety, then finding CBs with their 2 + 3 thirds if they get one for Richardson.

By kick azz, I mean build towards 2018,lol.

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Just now, Jetster said:

Jets could kick azz signing Perry, and a safety, then finding CBs with their 2 + 3 thirds if they get one for Richardson.

It would definitely be a massively reformed defense if we did that

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8 minutes ago, Augustiniak said:

then why would a smart team like GB allow him to reach FA?

Just a few reactions from actual packers fans. This tells you what you need to know. 

 

@PackerReport Packers have to make a move he is a big key for our defense

 

@PackerReport the next few days are the worst days of the year to be a packers fan!

 

@PackerReport I hate this time of year

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2 minutes ago, UnitedWhofans said:

Source: interested in Cardinals cornerback, former Rutgers star Marcus Cooper

Is Hughes legit?  Cooper is on the Cards now, right?  Also no connection to Bowles / Cards time

 

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Just now, C Mart said:

Is Hughes legit?  Cooper is on the Cards now, right?  Also no connection to Bowles / Cards time

 

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4 interceptions and 68 tackles last year.

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14 minutes ago, C Mart said:

They could move Jenkins inside. Jenkins reminds me of Mo Lewis, who played inside & outside

Both Georgia Bulldogs and Jenkins played inside his last year at Georgia I believed .

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2 minutes ago, #27TheDominator said:

Okay.  Then they would need one OLB if they kicked Jenkins inside. ;)

FWIW, I am not particularly impressed with Mauldin as a situational pass rusher either.

There is NO WAY Jenkins gets "Kicked Inside" that is just silly talk

amd it is ok to sign Perry and have more than 2 OLB - each team needs 4-5 anyway to spell

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2 minutes ago, UnitedWhofans said:

Report: Jets "Very" Interested in Ravens FB Kyle Juszczyk

49ers agreed to terms with FB Kyle Juszczyk, formerly of the Ravens.

Juszczyk is an excellent blocker, but also an adept pass catcher, snagging 78 passes over the past two seasons. He'll be a versatile body out of the backfield for creative play-caller Kyle Shanahan. Slowly but surely, the 49ers are at least adding a few viable NFLers to their skill corps. Juszczyk turns 26 in April.
 
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Just now, Stark said:

49ers agreed to terms with FB Kyle Juszczyk, formerly of the Ravens.

Juszczyk is an excellent blocker, but also an adept pass catcher, snagging 78 passes over the past two seasons. He'll be a versatile body out of the backfield for creative play-caller Kyle Shanahan. Slowly but surely, the 49ers are at least adding a few viable NFLers to their skill corps. Juszczyk turns 26 in April.
 

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1 minute ago, SickJetFan said:

There is NO WAY Jenkins gets "Kicked Inside" that is just silly talk

amd it is ok to sign Perry and have more than 2 OLB - each team needs 4-5 anyway to spell

Mauldin was suppose to make a jump and he didn't. He is viewed as a situational pass rusher and valuable in only that role.

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5 minutes ago, Patriot Killa said:

Garbage lol? Not an all star but clearly a solid player. No one said he had to start.

He's a good tackler, not very good in coverage. Freak athlete but has never amounted to much. He had 4 picks last season, but so what? Marcus Williams had like 5 in 2015 and what's he? We have enough guys like him IMO. We need starting caliber corners.

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Just now, Colgateman said:

All signs pointing to Geno coming back

 

All signs point to Geno still being a sh!tty QB,, and his knee won't be ready till September thank god. pass on this bum

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NO!!!!!!!!

Pats to TRADE FOR Colts' DeWayne Allen for ONLY a 6th!!!!  :angry:

 

Patriots acquired TE Dwayne Allen and a sixth-round pick from the Colts in exchange for a fourth-round pick.

The surprising move is a result of free agency's moving parts, with the Colts re-signing Jack Doyle and the Pats letting Martellus Bennett walk. Allen has long teased tantalizing upside as a complete tight end, but was extremely disappointing in the first season of a four-year, $29.4 million extension in 2016. Allen was out-played by Doyle, including as a blocker. The Pats clearly believe his game can be revived, while he can be more of a role player if Rob Gronkowski can stay on the field. If not, Allen has the skill-set to be an every-down player, at least in theory.
Related: Colts
 
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Just now, Gas2No99 said:

NO!!!!!!!!

Pats to TRADE FOR Colts' DeWayne Allen!!!!  :angry:

Patriots acquired TE Dwayne Allen and a sixth-round pick from the Colts in exchange for a fourth-round pick.

The surprising move is a result of free agency's moving parts, with the Colts re-signing Jack Doyle and the Pats letting Martellus Bennett walk. Allen has long teased tantalizing upside as a complete tight end, but was extremely disappointing in the first season of a four-year, $29.4 million extension in 2016. Allen was out-played by Doyle, including as a blocker. The Pats clearly believe his game can be revived, while he can be more of a role player if Rob Gronkowski can stay on the field. If not, Allen has the skill-set to be an every-down player, at least in theory.
 
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