There's certain rules about free agency that you shouldn't break. One of them is never sign a LB from Atlanta. They never do as well for their new team. Keith Brooking is exhibit A. Cardinals will learn this lesson the hard way after signing Sean Weatherspoon. Taints have first hand experience with their own rule. Never sign a Taints WR. Examples are Joe Horn, Robert Meachem, and Lance Moore. Taints tried to get cute signing Curtis Lofton and it burned them.
Remember how our D-Line declined after we lost Hardy? Same thing happened to Jordan when their top 2 NTs Bunkley and Jenkins had injury problems, along with their rotational DEs Hicks and Foster. His sack total went from 12.5 to 7.5. They're back healthy, so we'll have to do more than show up to beat the Taints. Not much more than show up, but some effort will be needed.
Nothing funny about DE Cam Jordan. He's no joke, especially going against what is our weakest spot on offense, our OTs. And yes, ILB Anthony WILL help their run defense. He's playing INSIDE where his speed deficiency is minimized in their 3-4 defense. That's why I stated he'll help their RUN defense, but could hinder their PASS defense. I hate the Taints, but I'm not naïve enough to believe that flower on their helmet makes all of them dumb pussies.
Honest eval: It'll be tougher for our offense to score on them than last year, but easier for our defense to shut them down. Adding 6'4" CB Browner will help them defend our WRs. Rookie ILB Stephone Anthony will help their run defense, but could hinder their pass defense. Cutting NT Brodrick Bunkley puts the pressure on 3rd year NT John Jenkins, who has missed nearly half as many games as he's started (4 missed vs. 9 started). Cutting a proven sacker in Junior Gallette and hoping to replace his production with rookie LB Kikaha is unrealistic until Kikaha gets a few NFL years experience. We've added Peanut Tillman and to bolster the weak link in our defense while they've traded 2 of Breesus' favorite targets and didn't replace them. Their upgrades to their O-Line and RBs play to the strength of our defense, the front 7.
The Huddlers coming to Jacksonville should look into North Carolina's residency laws relating to North Carolina state income tax. Plenty of snowbirds here from northern states pay less taxes because they live in Florida half the year.
That extra weight wasn't flab. It was his dreads getting longer. Next year he'll weigh in over 260, but a haircut will bring him back to 245. You are correct about the taxes paid to states where the game is played. Money made from investing, however, is best to have residency in a state with no state income tax, like Florida or Texas or Tennessee.
All about establishing or keeping residency in Florida where the taxes are lower. My dad keeps his Florida drivers license, license plate, and residency with a PO Box to avoid paying the higher Minnesota state taxes.
Read topic title saw it was written by Igo expected inside info about Jake Long signing here *sigh* maybe the site owner needs to pay that Igo guy a livable wage so the guys that come here for poop jokes and boob pics aren't misled with clickbait like this
So a backup retires and costs us no dead money on the salary cap. He was a waiver wire claim, not a free agent signing. This only hurts if there is nobody in North America that can be one of our backup tackles. Backup. Gone. No cap hit. Meh
^^^^ this I think the Huddle has a knee-jerk reaction to the salary cap every year. They're having difficulty accepting the future we're heading into where penny-pinching won't be necessary and we'll be able to afford to keep our players. CJ and Kalil's salaries are set to drop by roughly $5 million and $2 million respectively next year, then CJ's expires and Kalil's becomes very cut-able the year after, precisely when KK becomes a free agent and our 5th year option on Star kicks in. Gettleman has this balanced out beautifully.
Side bitches aren't for having dinner with. They're for having dessert with. And some desserts are worth more than dinner. :) Btw, side bitches should be like tp. Soft, strong, able to handle all the sh!t we'll give them, and most importantly, disposable.