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Eff you @Gastineau Lives. You buttfumble my awesome #content, but give this trash garbage basura OP a POTW emoji? I can’t wait to fistfight you, you suckbag hipster!

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Just now, T0mShane said:

Eff you @Gastineau Lives. You buttfumble my awesome #content, but give this trash garbage basura OP a POTW emoji? I can’t wait to fistfight you, you suckbag hipster!

@T0mShane Will you be fist fighting him/her at the JetNation tailgate? 

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1 hour ago, Lupz27 said:

Get it done TannaDouglas.

It depends if they think the defense that Mac left works. 

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Just now, joewilly12 said:

@T0mShane Will you be fist fighting him/her at the JetNation tailgate? 

Yes joe, and there will be topless men doing the round cards.

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1 minute ago, joewilly12 said:

@T0mShane Will you be fist fighting him/her at the JetNation tailgate? 

I don’t tailgate. That’s for savages. 

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Just now, T0mShane said:

I don’t tailgate. That’s for savages. 

Yeah T0m's no savage in the box.

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1 minute ago, BROOKLYN JET said:

Yes joe, and there will be topless men doing the round cards.

Dude GIVE IT A REST 

 

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Is anyone going to mention who Trent Williams is, and why we want to “get it done”?

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12 minutes ago, 14 in Green said:

Is anyone going to mention who Trent Williams is, and why we want to “get it done”?

Dude, this site is for American football. I think you are looking for a soccer forum.

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22 minutes ago, Barkus said:

Dude, this site is for American football. I think you are looking for a soccer forum.

Oh. Ok. thanks.

So no need to sign this beast, we’re good at LT this year? 😉

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49 minutes ago, 14 in Green said:

Is anyone going to mention who Trent Williams is, and why we want to “get it done”?

Top 5 LT in football. 

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57 minutes ago, Patriot Killa said:

Top 5 LT in football. 

I was only joking PK. I know about him, I’ve been following the story a bit.

Theres actually a chance the Skins might have to move him. He’s said he’s lost all trust with their medical staff after a skin cancer diagnosis.

Hard to believe that money isn’t involved also though. No guaranteed money left on his deal, and he’s underpaid. The guy could probably get about 40 mil guaranteed from a new deal?

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Just now, 14 in Green said:

I was only joking PK.

Theres actually a chance the Skins might have to move him. He’s said he’s lost all trust with their medical staff after a skin cancer diagnosis.

Hard to believe that money isn’t involved also though. No guaranteed money left on his deal, and he’s underpaid. The guy could probably get about 40 mil guaranteed from a new deal?

I'm not sure the Jets' medical staff is inspiring.  Remember the 'Tour de France' during the Hard Knocks season?

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I don't understand this thread, I don't understand the title. Isn't Trent Williams an ex running back for the chiefs? 

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I'm interested in what types of moves Douglas makes. A Trent Williams move tells you he's much more high on this group than many fans here. A move like that is a we're not wasting any years with Sam at QB. Pollack has enough guys to figure out the right side of the line. 

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From what I hear, there is an outside chance that he is even ready to play.

 

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11 hours ago, T0mShane said:

Eff you @Gastineau Lives. You buttfumble my awesome #content, but give this trash garbage basura OP a POTW emoji? I can’t wait to fistfight you, you suckbag hipster!

Just to clarify:  Did you say fist fight or fisting?  Asking for a friend.

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If you could get this guy for a 3rd, you take him and run. The chances that you’ll draft a top 3 LT in the league are low. 

At his age you get can still get 4 prime years of his career out of him. Would definitely be worth the cost. 

Strong veteran (not over the hill) OLinemen is a young QB’s best friend and easiest path to success.

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11 hours ago, BROOKLYN JET said:

Yes joe, and there will be topless men doing the round cards.

When we look back we'll say the craziness started with a female Bond and that day out of shape topless men held round cards for a parking lot fight at the stadium.

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12 hours ago, T0mShane said:

I don’t tailgate. That’s for savages. 

Hey I resent that..:curse:

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2 hours ago, Embrace the Suck said:

When we look back we'll say the craziness started with a female Bond and that day out of shape topless men held round cards for a parking lot fight at the stadium.

And by female Bond you mean Shane and Gastineau being drawn together by the same cycle, ending in a bloody mess.

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He hasn't reported to camp and now Washington is bringing in other LTs.  If we got him, it would make up for the lack of love our OL has seened these past few years.

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Free agent OT Donald Penn is visiting the Redskins.

Penn is 36 years old. He opened last year as the Raiders' starting right tackle but was injured after four games and landed on I.R. Penn received atrocious marks from Pro Football Focus in those four starts but had previously been a steady left tackle, which is where the Redskins need help with Trent Williams holding out. Washington is currently penciling in Ereck Flowers there.

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WAS probably has the weakest roster in the league.  With a shiny, new rookie QB, they should probably burn it down now and bring in more players and picks for the medium-term.  Trent Williams and Brandon Scherff (last year of deal - far apart on price) should probably both be shopped hard.

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28 minutes ago, nycdan said:

WAS probably has the weakest roster in the league.  With a shiny, new rookie QB, they should probably burn it down now and bring in more players and picks for the medium-term.  Trent Williams and Brandon Scherff (last year of deal - far apart on price) should probably both be shopped hard.

I’ll take both for whatever young prospects they might covet who can start from our OL group, and picks.

KO, Scherff, and Trent Will!  Now that’s a core OL that can carry the other 2 to above average play.

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32 minutes ago, nycdan said:

WAS probably has the weakest roster in the league.  With a shiny, new rookie QB, they should probably burn it down now and bring in more players and picks for the medium-term.  Trent Williams and Brandon Scherff (last year of deal - far apart on price) should probably both be shopped hard.

Yep.  They should start Case Keenum for the full season to take his lumps and not risk getting Haskins killed out there.  And if Keenum gets hurt, trot Colt McCoy out there.

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http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000001037463/article/roundup-robert-griffin-suffers-fracture-in-right-thumb

 

Trent Williams is officially a holdout.

The disgruntled Washington Redskins tackle was placed on the reserve/did not report list on Saturday, making room for D.C. to sign journeyman tackle Corey Robinson.

Williams has been away from the team in part because of anger over his contract and Washington's handling of a health scare suffered in the spring.

Asked Saturday if he had heard from Williams, Redskins coach Jay Gruden said, "No. I haven't, no."

The veteran tackle has two years left on his deal over which he is owed around $24 million. That $12 million per year average is well below what the league's highest-paid left tackle, Taylor Lewan, is averaging ($16 million).

The absence of Williams leaves a notable gap at Washington's blind side. The Redskins have attempted to patch it with former New York Giants tackle Ereck Flowers but the 2015 first-round pick has reportedly struggled and had to be replaced on the first team by Geron Christian at times this week.

A seven-time Pro Bowler and 10-year veteran, Williams is one of the Redskins' foundational leaders and is already being sorely missed by his longtime teammates.

"It's weird not to have him here," linebacker Ryan Kerrigan said Friday, per ESPN. "I obviously hope everything works out and that he's back here. He's not only an elite offensive tackle, he is the best offensive tackle in the game, and I know a lot of guys will say that their teammate is [the best in the game] but I can say with confidence that Trent is that. We need him on this team. I hope he's back here sooner than later."

There looks to be no end in sight for Williams' holdout, and Washington appears to be well worse for his absence.

Here is other roster news we're tracking Saturday:

1. Robert Griffin III suffered a small fracture in his right thumb, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported via a source informed of the diagnosis. The Baltimore Ravens are hopeful their backup quarterback will heal with rest and return to the field prior to the start of the regular season.

2. Arizona Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury told reporters that linebacker Hasson Reddick will miss "a few weeks" after undergoing a minor knee procedure. Garafolo specifies that Reddick's procedure was a knee scope to repair a torn meniscus and he is expected to miss four to six weeks. Later Saturday, Cardinals defensive coordinator Vance Joseph said Reddick would be back for the season opener. 

Linebacker Brooks Reed (hip) was activated from the PUP list.

3.. The Philadelphia Eagles hosted veteran cornerback Orlando Scandrick on a visit Saturday and didn't let him leave without a deal, as Garafolo reported, per a source, that the former Cowboys DB is signing a contract with Philly. The team later announced the signing and a corresponding move of releasing defensive tackle Anthony Rush.

Philly's interest is due in part to cornerback Cre'von LeBlanc being sidelined for the next several weeks by a foot sprain, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported, per a source. Rapoport added LeBlanc, who was spotted in a boot Saturday, won't require surgery and is expected to return in time for the start of the season. Scandrick had also recently visited with the Vikings, but the Eagles will now be his last visit. Scandrick played nine seasons with the Cowboys before playing 2018 with the Chiefs.

4. Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Calvin Ridley is "day-to-day" with a sore hamstring, coach Dan Quinn said Saturday.

5. The San Francisco 49ers signed defensive lineman Jordan Thompson to a one-year deal.

6. After a season away, defensive back DeShawn Shead is back with the Seahawks, signing with them Saturday, Rapoport reported. Shead played last season with the Lions after the first six years of his career were played in Seattle. In addition, the Seahawks announced the signing of undrafted rookie linebacker Jawuan Johnson. In corresponding moves, the Hawks waived receiver Caleb Scott with a non-football injury designation and placed linebacker Emmanuel Ellerbee on injured reserve.

7. The Houston Texans announced a host of moves on Saturday. They have signed inside linebacker B.J. Bello and safety Tyvis Powell, while they waived-injured receiver Isaac Whitney and waived safety A.J. Hendy.

8. The Green Bay Packers announced that they claimed running back Darrin Hall, an undrafted rookie originally signed by the Browns and then the Bengals, and released guard Larry Williams.

9. Dallas Cowboys second-round pick Trysten Hill was carted off the practice field on Saturday, but it was only due to cramps, NFL Network's Jane Slater reported. Hill, a defensive lineman, was the Cowboys' top pick of the draft.

10. The Denver Broncos signed tight end Moral Stephens and waived punter Justin Vogel.

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1 minute ago, Jetsfan80 said:

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000001037463/article/roundup-robert-griffin-suffers-fracture-in-right-thumb

 

Trent Williams is officially a holdout.

The disgruntled Washington Redskins tackle was placed on the reserve/did not report list on Saturday, making room for D.C. to sign journeyman tackle Corey Robinson.

Williams has been away from the team in part because of anger over his contract and Washington's handling of a health scare suffered in the spring.

Asked Saturday if he had heard from Williams, Redskins coach Jay Gruden said, "No. I haven't, no."

The veteran tackle has two years left on his deal over which he is owed around $24 million. That $12 million per year average is well below what the league's highest-paid left tackle, Taylor Lewan, is averaging ($16 million).

The absence of Williams leaves a notable gap at Washington's blind side. The Redskins have attempted to patch it with former New York Giants tackle Ereck Flowers but the 2015 first-round pick has reportedly struggled and had to be replaced on the first team by Geron Christian at times this week.

A seven-time Pro Bowler and 10-year veteran, Williams is one of the Redskins' foundational leaders and is already being sorely missed by his longtime teammates.

"It's weird not to have him here," linebacker Ryan Kerrigan said Friday, per ESPN. "I obviously hope everything works out and that he's back here. He's not only an elite offensive tackle, he is the best offensive tackle in the game, and I know a lot of guys will say that their teammate is [the best in the game] but I can say with confidence that Trent is that. We need him on this team. I hope he's back here sooner than later."

There looks to be no end in sight for Williams' holdout, and Washington appears to be well worse for his absence.

Here is other roster news we're tracking Saturday:

1. Robert Griffin III suffered a small fracture in his right thumb, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported via a source informed of the diagnosis. The Baltimore Ravens are hopeful their backup quarterback will heal with rest and return to the field prior to the start of the regular season.

2. Arizona Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury told reporters that linebacker Hasson Reddick will miss "a few weeks" after undergoing a minor knee procedure. Garafolo specifies that Reddick's procedure was a knee scope to repair a torn meniscus and he is expected to miss four to six weeks. Later Saturday, Cardinals defensive coordinator Vance Joseph said Reddick would be back for the season opener. 

Linebacker Brooks Reed (hip) was activated from the PUP list.

3.. The Philadelphia Eagles hosted veteran cornerback Orlando Scandrick on a visit Saturday and didn't let him leave without a deal, as Garafolo reported, per a source, that the former Cowboys DB is signing a contract with Philly. The team later announced the signing and a corresponding move of releasing defensive tackle Anthony Rush.

Philly's interest is due in part to cornerback Cre'von LeBlanc being sidelined for the next several weeks by a foot sprain, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported, per a source. Rapoport added LeBlanc, who was spotted in a boot Saturday, won't require surgery and is expected to return in time for the start of the season. Scandrick had also recently visited with the Vikings, but the Eagles will now be his last visit. Scandrick played nine seasons with the Cowboys before playing 2018 with the Chiefs.

4. Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Calvin Ridley is "day-to-day" with a sore hamstring, coach Dan Quinn said Saturday.

5. The San Francisco 49ers signed defensive lineman Jordan Thompson to a one-year deal.

6. After a season away, defensive back DeShawn Shead is back with the Seahawks, signing with them Saturday, Rapoport reported. Shead played last season with the Lions after the first six years of his career were played in Seattle. In addition, the Seahawks announced the signing of undrafted rookie linebacker Jawuan Johnson. In corresponding moves, the Hawks waived receiver Caleb Scott with a non-football injury designation and placed linebacker Emmanuel Ellerbee on injured reserve.

7. The Houston Texans announced a host of moves on Saturday. They have signed inside linebacker B.J. Bello and safety Tyvis Powell, while they waived-injured receiver Isaac Whitney and waived safety A.J. Hendy.

8. The Green Bay Packers announced that they claimed running back Darrin Hall, an undrafted rookie originally signed by the Browns and then the Bengals, and released guard Larry Williams.

9. Dallas Cowboys second-round pick Trysten Hill was carted off the practice field on Saturday, but it was only due to cramps, NFL Network's Jane Slater reported. Hill, a defensive lineman, was the Cowboys' top pick of the draft.

10. The Denver Broncos signed tight end Moral Stephens and waived punter Justin Vogel.

We are only like 30M under the cap. Dangerously close to the Johnson bros “soft cap.”

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On 7/22/2019 at 8:13 PM, T0mShane said:

I don’t tailgate. That’s for savages. 

Or, you’re too cheap to go to a game.  Stay home to grill those cheap weiners you purchased at the 99cent store on white bread.

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If we were to trade for Williams, could we move Beachum to RT to compete with Shell or is it better to trade him to the Redskins paired with a pick? And what pick do you think it would take in both scenarios?

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Just now, HelenOfTroy said:

Or, you’re too cheap to go to a game.  Stay home to grill those cheap weiners you purchased at the 99cent store on white bread.

Dollar General beanies and weenies. :D

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