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fieryprophet

Our Cap Isn't In Good Shape For 2013

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Not to concerned, they'll get it worked out.

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Terry Cousin and Reggie Howard say hi.

Yeah our line carried us to that super bowl. I hated Cousin though. He and Stuessie were my scapegoats back in that era.

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Hurney never had problems getting the team under the cap.

If he was as bad as most of you say he was, then his replacement should be able to do it even better.

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btdubs for anybody who was a staunch hurney supporter has he landed any executive job in the personnel management dept. of another team yet? doesn't have to be GM could be anything. surely being this cap genius who never misses in the first round of the draft he should've been in demand

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We didn't even miss Gamble. That's an easy cut with big savings.

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beane is willing to take it all on

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Gamble is surely gone, sadly. Naka and Edwards as well. Restructure Gross, same with Beason, and hope to trade Deangelo although I think it will be impossible in the off-season.

We will obviously get under the cap, but anybody expecting to sign any decent FA will be setting themselves up for disappointment.

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Our Cap Isn't In Good Shape For 2013

That's ridiculous! Munnerlyn is fine!

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