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Old 01-17-2019, 06:24 PM
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ESPN is saying with the Bucs switching to a 3-4 and their cap situation, there is a real chance that they release Gerald McCoy.

He's older, but would be great if we could get him for a few years.
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First order of business. Take a swing at Bill Callahan for OL coach.
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ESPN is saying with the Bucs switching to a 3-4 and their cap situation, there is a real chance that they release Gerald McCoy.

He's older, but would be great if we could get him for a few years.
I'd rather have Grady Jarrett.
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I'd rather have Grady Jarrett.
https://www.atlantafalcons.com/news/...angs-up-whistl

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“General manager Thomas Dimitroff said signing Jarrett to an extension is the top priority, though those talks were put off during the season,”
Doesn't sound like he's going to hit free agency for the Colts to have a chance to pick him up.
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Draft:

Always keep adding:
OL
DL


Must Have:
WR 2/3

Add Another:
FS
CB
LB


Free Agency:
Pass Rush Inside/Outside, it doesn't matter
WR 2/3
Power RB...CJ Anderson?
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I'd rather have Grady Jarrett.


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ESPN is saying with the Bucs switching to a 3-4 and their cap situation, there is a real chance that they release Gerald McCoy.

He's older, but would be great if we could get him for a few years.
I don't know why McCoy couldn't try DE, but if they release him I'd be good with bringing him in to be part of the rotation as long as he's a good team culture fit. And I haven't heard anything about him being a bad teammate or difficult to work with. The opposite, actually.

But it'd be good to remember that he is not Warren Sapp in his prime. He's 30, he's played a lot in his 9 year career, and while he's been a good and great player he's never really lived up to his draft status. He would be an improvement and an asset but he's not a blue chip player.
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One thing I'm looking forward to this offseason: which bum-ass quarterback do the Jags select in the 1st round? This class of QBs has Locker-Gabbert-Ponder written all over it and should push down a few good options to #26 and #34.
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One thing I'm looking forward to this offseason: which bum-ass quarterback do the Jags select in the 1st round? This class of QBs has Locker-Gabbert-Ponder written all over it and should push down a few good options to #26 and #34.
Maybe they'll sign Foles.
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Old 01-18-2019, 03:42 PM
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Johnathan Abram (SS Miss St) is a guy I'm going to pay attention to leading up to the draft. Seems like he'd be a good scheme fit and could be available at either #26 or #34.

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