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Frank Hollywood

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#3257332 Brian Hartline and Chris Canty to be released

Posted by Frank Hollywood on Yesterday, 09:46 PM

Where is the link to a 4.48??

And your only evidence is highlight reel really? ?

My apologies, 4.49.

 

http://sports.yahoo....58074--nfl.html

 

http://forum.dynasty...=54932&start=15

 

http://www.nfldrafts...=2009&genpos=WR

 

http://blindsidefoot...ntasy-football/

 

 

and here's the one I posted earlier about how FAST he is on the field.

 

http://bleacherrepor...liable-receiver

 

But I'm leaving it at that. You've made up your mind and evidence wont sway you.




#3257227 Brian Hartline and Chris Canty to be released

Posted by Frank Hollywood on Yesterday, 09:09 PM

Miami played 60 million for Mike Wallace.. That's my evidence. . Who pays 60 million and trade for a speed WR when you have one in Hartline right??

No. You're trolling at this point. There are only 20 things wrong with this post. You already know that but simply can't admit hartline has speed.

Either way when it gets to a point where your evidence is another football player it's obvious the convo is going nowhere.

We will just have to disagree on the fact that 4.48, while constantly gaining seperation, Brian hartline is slow.


#3257109 Brian Hartline and Chris Canty to be released

Posted by Frank Hollywood on Yesterday, 07:41 PM

Cecil Short is slower and shorter then Hartline.

http://www.nfl.com/c...orts?id=2495341

http://www.nfl.com/c...rtline?id=81831

I'm still scratching my head at how someone wold want cecil shorts over Brian hartline.

Hartline ran a 4.48 at his pro day and he's slow. Britt ran a 4.47 and he's fast.
Some people refuse to change their opinion given new information.


#3256576 Brian Hartline and Chris Canty to be released

Posted by Frank Hollywood on Yesterday, 01:08 PM

We won't get neither of those guys.

Care to elaborate?


#3256503 Brian Hartline and Chris Canty to be released

Posted by Frank Hollywood on Yesterday, 12:27 PM

Imo, this could fit gettlemen's bargain strategy perfectly. we won't overpay for Torrey smith or randall cobb. Hartline would be an excellent number 2.


#3256496 Brian Hartline and Chris Canty to be released

Posted by Frank Hollywood on Yesterday, 12:22 PM

Jarvis Landry is responsible for hartline's reduced role last year. He's a beast of a player and I would love to have him on the team.


#3254708 Dolphins Trying To Trade Mike Wallace

Posted by Frank Hollywood on 25 February 2015 - 09:25 PM

Fine. We will take their fifth round pick to take him. We could possibly settle for their sixth.


#3247554 This is fitting for the patriots.

Posted by Frank Hollywood on 20 February 2015 - 12:28 PM

Excellent thread.

Would read again.

9.5/10.

Also link doesn't work.


#3246986 Panthers met with Texas A&M OT Cedric Ogbuehi

Posted by Frank Hollywood on 19 February 2015 - 06:52 PM

1st round - no way
2nd round - good pick
3rd round - great pick!


#3245948 Colin Kaepernick Has Twitter Rage

Posted by Frank Hollywood on 18 February 2015 - 08:26 PM

I don't normally troll but I took a few jabs at him. Hope he bites.


#3245564 Restructure?

Posted by Frank Hollywood on 18 February 2015 - 02:11 PM

CJ?

Almost certainly
1. Olsen
2. Cam
3. Thomas Davis
4. CJ
5. Kalil?


#3244881 Time to cut DeAngelo Williams.

Posted by Frank Hollywood on 17 February 2015 - 06:43 PM

I'm actually going against the crowd here and am ok if he stays (or goes). The way his contract is structured it cost us 300k to cut him. If he's a June 1st cut we save a few mil this year but still pay what we would next year (but in dead money), when his salary is cheap for the last two years of his contract anyway.

 

It really comes down to whether or not Gettlemen and Rivera believe he was hindered by injuries, bad o-line, or other issues or if they believe he's simply done. If it's the former, I hope he stays. Having a D-will on the roster who played like he did pre 2014 would be worth the 2 mil salary in 2016 and possibly 2017. 

 

The number in blue is dead money and the number before it is the cap hit.

2015 panthers.png$1,850,000 $3,200,000 $333,333 $150,000 $800,000 $6,333,333 $6,600,000

2016 panthers.png$1,000,000 - $333,333 - $800,000 $2,133,333 $2,266,666

2017 panthers.png$1,000,000 - $333,334 - $800,000 $2,133,334 $1,133,334

 




#3244523 Panthers Release Safety Thomas DeCoud

Posted by Frank Hollywood on 17 February 2015 - 01:30 PM

He'll likely be here until his contract is up.

Yup. He only has this year left And he's not expensive.


#3244499 Panthers Release Safety Thomas DeCoud

Posted by Frank Hollywood on 17 February 2015 - 01:17 PM

We gained 2 million in cap space from this btw.


#3241347 OT Paul McQuistan

Posted by Frank Hollywood on 13 February 2015 - 06:39 PM

If we can get him for cheap he could be a bandaid this year and be rotated next year or just simply a decent backup. I'd like it.