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  1. OldTimeAFLGuy

    Stefon Diggs being traded to Washington? Likely no

    ...signed five year extension July 2018........ Stefon Diggs signed a 5 year, $72,000,000 contract with the Minnesota Vikings, including a $15,000,000 signing bonus, $40,007,000 guaranteed, and an average annual salary of $14,400,000. In 2019, Diggs will earn a base salary of $8,900,000, a roster bonus of $468,750 and a workout bonus of $100,000, while carrying a cap hit of $12,468,750 and a dead cap value of $20,900,000.
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    Burfict to Raiders

    ...maybe they'll be roomies during OTA's..............
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    Maurice Alexander (safety) visiting with the Bills

    ....forgot Applebee's.......window seat reserved.................
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    Clay Matthews signs with Rams

    ...returns to his native Left Coast with a good deal...... The California native has agreed to a 2-year deal, the team announced. NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo is reporting the deal is “worth a max of $16.75 million.”
  5. .....pleads guilty to misdemeanor "down and barely out"....20 minutes of community service........
  6. ..certainly agree....Barkley was an anomaly.......Fournette is the "caveat emptor" reason why the 1st ain't a McBeane consideration IMO....
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    What do we do in the first round? (Options in Poll)

    ..agree...Chuckie is Chuckie but no way he agrees to a "two fer"......still betting McBeane looks to trade into the mid/late teens for an extra 2nd......Julio?......why would Falcons pull THAT trigger?......
  8. ...so then who the hell was watchin' the restaurant??..........
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    Bills: NFL's Biggest Under-the-Radar F-A Winner 2019

    ..nicely done bud........it was a slow, arduous well thought out plan as you said....McBeane and McDermott are both very methodical and measured in their approach......the Allstate guy said" we're (paraphrased) in good hands....".........
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    So ...who knows where the Pegula jet is....

    ...at Clemson askin' Losman to reconsider?.........
  11. ..good call 'Dawg......a draft day hissy fit because your target got picked?...seriously?.....do we then pout when a UFA visits and jilts us at the altar?......these are big boys runnin' the show....
  12. ....coulda been four hours if he took the "little purple pill", right???...........
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    Andy Isabella

    ..wow!....thanks for the update..........
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    Andy Isabella

    Andy Isabella Height: 5-8. Weight: 186. Arm: 29.75. Hand: 8.5. Projected 40 Time: 4.49. Projected Round (2019): 3-5. 3/7/19: Isabella was a productive receiver for UMass over the past two seasons, and that steady play earned him an invitation to the Senior Bowl. In 2018, Isabella caught 102 passes for 1,698 yards with 13 touchdowns. He had 65 catches for 1,020 yards and 10 scores as a junior. For the NFL, Isabella projects as a slot receiver. He had a good week of practice at the Senior Bowl.-WALTER FOOTBALL
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    With recent news, Is Sweat worth the risk?

    same thing happened to Star pre-2013 draft....and it all worked out.............. Top prospect Star Lotulelei gets positive news on heart By Kevin Patra NFL.com Published: April 2, 2013 at 05:38 a.m. Updated: April 2, 2013 at 03:27 p.m. Concerns over Utah defensive lineman Star Lotulelei's health are beginning to be put to rest as the 2013 NFL Draft approaches. A recent MRI showed "no evidence of dysfunction" with the defensive lineman's heart, which functioned "consistently with that of highly trained athletes" said Utah team physician Dave Petron, according to The Salt Lake Tribune. Lotulelei, who was projected at No. 1 overall previously, put a scare into NFL personnel when an echocardiogram administered at the NFL Scouting Combine in February revealed his left ventricle was operating at just 44 percent, compared to the normal range of 55 percent to 70 percent. The improvement in Lotulelei's condition in a test administered shortly after the combine led most to believe the abnormality might have been caused by a virus, according to the Tribune. The most recent news buoys that belief.
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