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stop this whole apocalypse crap about the front office

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Fiz    878

Peppers was tagged last year because they believed they were going to compete for a playoff spot and minus a mental collapse by their quarterback they would gotten back.

the 2nd rounder from new england rumor from last year was never confirmed and is just revisionist history by fans with an axe to grind.

21+ million is an absurd amount of money to give to someone who isn't an every down player.

nothing can make him sign a long term extension.

the same front office you dumb white noise poo posters are ready to lynch have gotten the team to the position where they have a multitude of young talent they can spend that money on anyway.

Hurney didn't create the CBA problem, and its status is impacting how he handles every contract.

most importantly, if you buy into any of these dipshit conspiracy theories, you're parroting ideas from low content posters like pstall and king taharqua.

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Sam Mills Fan    4,502

"the 2nd rounder from new england rumor from last year was never confirmed and is just revisionist history by fans with an axe to grind."

LOL

Whatever you say kiddo.

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Squirrel    2,856

"the 2nd rounder from new england rumor from last year was never confirmed and is just revisionist history by fans with an axe to grind."

LOL

Whatever you say kiddo.

If that is the case post of link of said trade scenario.

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Sloth    924

"I’ve learned that, right or wrong, from being in this league 20 years, that you do not let good football players, difference-makers, leave your franchise. You don’t do that."

Whoops.

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theyhateme45    105

Whoops.

Thats why they decided to let him go so we can pay our difference makers that are still growing on this team when it comes time for their next contract... we have a lot of young talent who will need new contracts

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Fiz    878

The trade that sent Matt Cassel and Mike Vrabel to the Kansas City Chiefs appears to be only the first phase of some major wheeling and dealing by the New England Patriots this offseason.

The second phase, NFL sources say, is likely to involve a trade that would send Carolina Panthers defensive end Julius Peppers to the Patriots in exchange for the second-round pick (34th overall) they received from the Chiefs on Feb. 28.

According to league sources, the Patriots and Panthers are hoping to complete the deal at some point between the March 22-25 NFL owners meetings and the start of the draft on April 25. However, a deal must be brokered by Peppers' agent, not Carolina, because the player hasn't signed the $16.68 million franchise tender the team gave him last month.

oh that sounds SOLID AS A ROCK

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