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DelhommesTheMan

Peppers to Get PAID!

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Haynsworth just opened the starting bid amount for Peppers....No way we are going to give Pep that kind of money...some team will though.

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we offered him 90 million last off season. What makes you think we wouldn't offer him 100 million after a much better season.

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Well as of right now we are going to be paying him $17 million next season so I don't know what makes you think that. Obviously we are dumb enough to think he's worth $17 million next season when he will probably take every other game off and finish the season with 8 sacks. I want his goofy lookin ass traded as soon as possible for some damn good draft picks!

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i dont think he worth it, maybe he'll have 1 more pro bowl season but thats it.

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still think pep stays and restrucures mid season

Not possible. Once you enter the season with a franchise tag on you, you can't sign a contract until free agency.

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Not possible. Once you enter the season with a franchise tag on you, you can't sign a contract until free agency.

correct they have until july 15th I believe to work out a contract with Peppers if that's what they plan on doing.

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i dont think any player to me is worth 100 mill i dont care who you are.

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i dont think any player to me is worth 100 mill i dont care who you are.

qft!

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