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#41 Rook35200

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Posted 11 February 2014 - 06:03 PM

You missed out these guys.

Emmanuel Sanders
Tiquan Underwood
Jericho Cotchery
James Jones
Mario Manningham
Jacoby Jones
Riley Cooper
Jerome Simpson
Andre Roberts
Dexter McCluster
Josh Morgan

I actually like the kid from the bucs Underwood big tall deep threat looked a nice player to me and would be cheap If Tampa don't bring him back, if be happy with him & McCluster plus a draft pick up at receiver, both cheap deals and McCluster is a good proven slot guy that people are talking about with drafting Brandon Cooks.

 

 

James Jones is a really good friend of mine. He and Ron Rivera have the same agent. He's a beast, and gets under utilized in Green Bay



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Posted 11 February 2014 - 06:10 PM

Given his history, I'm not sure you can call Kenny Britt "low risk".


Low risk is, for me, meant to evaluate the amount of damage he could do to this team be it financially or otherwise , not himself. Sure he could go to Jail or get injured etc but that wouldn't really hurt as a team given that we wouldn't pay him a lot nor be content with just him as our WR future.

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Posted 11 February 2014 - 06:25 PM

panthers and other teams normally carry 4-6 WRs, currently 3 are under contract. im about 99% sure the panthers will draft a WR, so that alone makes 4, which is the norm active on game day.

 

im also rather sure the panthers want to resign ginn, so thats 5. panthers are close to the cap given FAs and hardy. 

 

 

5 i believe is the number for this coming yr, since many already believe mike zordich will be on the 53. 

 

take all that in...... unless its a minimum deal, i see no reason to sign a WR (unless hicks takes FAAAR less + 3-5 contracts are reconstructed + hardy is gone)



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Posted 11 February 2014 - 07:25 PM

I hope we take a look at jacoby ford. I have always liked him. not sure if he is a FA with the raiders or not, but I would love to bring him in for a look. 



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Posted 11 February 2014 - 07:57 PM

We will have to upgrade the WR spot via the draft and not free agency.  The good news is that WR is probably the strongest position in this year's draft.



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Posted 11 February 2014 - 08:11 PM

Did Decker play in the Super Bowl? Decker looks good because nobody game plans for him. he is the 4th option at best for Denver and is yet to prove in my opinion to be elite. so why pay him #1WR money in Carolina. 

 

I agree with your point about paying Decker big money, but I bristle every time I hear someone refer to Decker as Denver's fourth option. He was there second option, and the numbers bare that out. He is not number one material, but can be a very effective number two.



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Posted 11 February 2014 - 08:30 PM

Jeremy Maclin Philly 6'0" 25.  Was solid as a #2 to D. Jackson.

 

 

I realize that it's arguable, but Jeremy Maclin was really coming on as the team's number one before his season got bankrupted. D-Jax  is really a one-tick pony, whereas Maclin is more versatile. Provided he is healthy, the Jets think that he can be a quality WR1. Likewise, they don't feel the same way about Decker. Moreover, the Eagles are rumored to be interested in Marquise Lee, whom people feel can be a WR1.



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Posted 11 February 2014 - 09:18 PM

Depending on how it plays out I see us keeping LaFell or Hixon and signing one of these guys. I think Ginn will chase after some money if he can and we want pay his price.



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Posted 11 February 2014 - 10:11 PM

Depending on how it plays out I see us keeping LaFell or Hixon and signing one of these guys. I think Ginn will chase after some money if he can and we want pay his price.

 

I don't see us not drafting at least 1 WR in the first two rounds. I highly doubt we keep LaFell or Hixon. Ginn ain't going nowhere, because he knows that he'll be a PR/KR only somewhere else. We gave him the chance at wideout that Miami and San Fran did not. I think it's very very likely that he stays even if he's offered more money to go somewhere else.



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Posted 11 February 2014 - 10:12 PM

If we get a FA, I see Andre Roberts and Danario Alexander as guys we could look at.   

 

I remember when Alexander went undrafted and I wanted the Panthers to sign him bad. He has shown flashes every time he has been on the field, but injuries have probably ended his career. Hasn't he had like 7 surgeries his knees?




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