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Jonathan Joseph

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Looks like he'll be a cap casualty. Not saying we will go after him but the more talented the corner crop is, the cheaper Captain will be to resign.

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I'm not concerned about resigning Captain.  I think that will take care of itself.  Right now, Captain and his agent think he's worth more than he is.  If someone is willing to pay them what they think he's worth, then fine, let 'em.  I'd rather it be some other team rather than us.

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I'd love to Joseph, but I think he's still probably out of our price range. For a while, he was one of the most dominant corners in the game, in a defense that was very similar to our own (Cinncy).

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I don't know enough about him to say no, is he better than Florence?

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Ultimately I think if we sign any big name players it'll be a LT. I think the rest will be drafted. But...like I said the more talented corners there are on the market...the more likely it is we get a cap-friendly contract done for Captain or another corner.

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I don't know enough about him to say no, is he better than Florence?

Yes.

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So, your basically saying we should sign someone who made their team say," oh poo we over paid, we gotta dump this guy" If he was worth it, they would work around it aka restructure Sent from my XT1055 using CarolinaHuddle mobile app

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Drunk double post. Hater

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