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BigBeezy

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#3271680 NFL Free Agent News

Posted by BigBeezy on 09 March 2015 - 03:15 PM

 

Report: Eagles Re-Sign OLB Brandon Graham To A Four-Year, $26M Deal
 
Graham will receive a four-year contract worth $26 million that includes $14 million guaranteed.
previously reported that Graham was deciding between the Eagles and Giants.
 
Graham, 26, played out his five-year, $21.925 million rookie contract, which included $14 million guaranteed. This season, Graham will have made a base salary of $1,670,500.
 
Over the course of 14 games, Graham has recorded 36 tackles, 5.5 sacks and four forced fumbles for the Eagles. Pro Football Focus has Graham rated as the No. 3 outside linebacker in a 3-4 defense this year, which is due in large part to an impressive rating as a pass-rusher.

 

 

This deal just set the market for what it will take to get Derrick Morgan, maybe a little more.
 




#2729158 Ricky Proehl and Don Gregory having dinner with WR Lattimer

Posted by BigBeezy on 06 April 2014 - 06:13 PM

Really impressed with this guy. A very fluid athlete that high points the ball. He's also a natural hands catcher. He'd be a very good pick up in the 2nd-3rd round but I could see someone like the Pats or Seahawks snatching him up as a surprise pick in the 1st. Kid has all the tools.




#2688979 OT Anthony Collins Deciding Between Car, TB, Cin

Posted by BigBeezy on 12 March 2014 - 10:05 PM

http://www.cincyjung...-and-buccaneers

 

I don't know much about the guy.  Anyone have insight? 

 

He's the tackle I've wanted us to target, even before FA started. He's been a spot starter in Cincy but has played well when he's played (gave up 0 sacks in 7 starts in '13). He also provides versatility as he can play LT and RT.

 

The Bengals are hoping they can re-sign him so they can move Andrew Whitworth to LG permanently. Really hope we make this happen.




#2664908 Bill Voth claims Jordan Gross is done

Posted by BigBeezy on 24 February 2014 - 09:49 PM

If true, I say we target both Anthony Collins and Geoff Schwartz in FA. Collins can play both LT & RT, Schwartz can play both OG and RT. They both graded out well on PFF and wouldn't break the bank. Collins didn't allow a sack in '13.
 

This would allow us to still go BPA without reaching for an OT. If we draft an OT that's ready to start, Collins can move to RT (or stay LT depending on the prospect). Schwartz could then bump down to challenge for starting spot at RG (or remain at RT if needed).

 

Versatility is the key.