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With 8.46 million do we go shopping or sign Hardy?

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I dont know if we can do both but I wold love to see us get some help on the OL,TE or Safety position.I feel like a kid in a candy store

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i want more cap space. MORE CAP SPACE. CAP SPACE MONSTER HUNGRY!

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I understand the need at safety, but the thought of hardy possibly being a free agent scares the sh*t out of me I would love to lock him up before we went shopping, but that's just me.

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IMHO lock hardy. He fits. He's good. He earned it.

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Shopping for who though? What FAs are still out there worth bothering with?

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If this is Hardy's last year on his contract, how about giving him a small boost in pay with a two year contract (this year and next year) for his play last year.  Then if he continues to play well this year, give him the big pay-long term deal next year.

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This Greg Hardy deal is going to be a chess game, do you extend him now before he has a monster year? Or do you wait till next off-season assuming with the addition of Star,short his production might not be as equal to last season.......tough decision

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I think we will lock up hardy after this year. it will give DG more evaluation time of the team and decide whos worth their money and whos not. We'll cut/restructure those who are not at the end of the year and free up more room for his contract.

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Shopping for who though? What FAs are still out there worth bothering with?

 

Eric Winston, Brandon Moore, and Charles Woodson are still out there I think.

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Keep that Defensive front STRONG!!

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