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Sub Zero

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3 minutes ago, Pimpdaddy said:

does it cost us 9.5 mill for this experiment this year?...dude...you need a lesson in salary cap...you be spendin like Jayz..Cistal and sht.. 

No I don't.. It is what it is.. dude sorry.. I think that's why they spent 2 picks on LB last year so they can take this route at this position.  Whether TD retired or not this was going to be his last year here..

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1 minute ago, Pimpdaddy said:

Hurney blows cock...hack beat reporter...like me staring in a porn flick at 68...

Okay..  Are you done with a actual debate now??

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2 minutes ago, CMAC22 said:

Would love to get a tyrann mathieu or a ha ha clinton dix. If marty cuts players like torrey smith, ross cockrell, da norris searcy, and make matt kalil and captain post june cuts we could have up to 46 million in cap space. Or if you restructured luke's or kawann shorts contract with all those cuts we would have a little over 50 million in cap space. We can create more cap space.

I would give Cockrell another shot since he cheap and still under 30.. But the rest can go..

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1 minute ago, Sub Zero said:

No I don't.. It is what it is.. dude sorry.. I think that's why they spent 2 picks on LB last year so they can take this route at this position.  Whether TD retired or not this was going to be his last year here..

maybe... but the glaring need is 13 positions 6 picks in the draft. and one needs to be a LB plus oline, de..ss...not much room for screwing up if you want to guide the ship to respectability...imho....

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3 minutes ago, Sub Zero said:

Okay..  Are you done with a actual debate now??

no...i can hate on hurney till 6am...

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1 minute ago, Pimpdaddy said:

maybe... but the glaring need is 13 positions 6 picks in the draft. and one needs to be a LB plus oline, de..ss...not much room for screwing up if you want to guide the ship to respectability...imho....

Are you back from the dick sucking rant? 

Okay cool..

What are these 13 positions  and we are probably getting a 3rd round compensatory pick from losing Norwell.. So we might have 7 picks plus undrafted Free agent signing and again you can work around the cap... so.....

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3 minutes ago, Pimpdaddy said:

no...i can hate on hurney till 6am...

Good for you.. doesn't change the facts..

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4 minutes ago, Red Dead Redemption said:

Shaq is too much to play 43? HAHAHA. You keep making yourself more stupido. Shaq’s best game was against the Falcons a year or two ago at MLB. 

Just go away. Dont reply back. 

Shaq is to small to play inside LB in the 43 I'm sorry you don't know this.  Maybe spend more time learning the game instead of Spanish for Retards..lol I guess..

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9 minutes ago, Sub Zero said:

Are you back from the dick sucking rant? 

Okay cool..

What are these 13 positions  and we are probably getting a 3rd round compensatory pick from losing Norwell.. So we might have 7 picks plus undrafted Free agent signing and again you can work around the cap... so.....

...the light you see is a train...

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1 minute ago, Pimpdaddy said:

...the light you see is a train...

Wow that some high level whit good job..

The 13 position of need you mention or are we done here??

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6 minutes ago, Red Dead Redemption said:

Including you

Dude please don't send me personal messages after trying to snitch on me to the mods.. Now that's just weird..lmao

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Agree with most moves, important to get one of the top de, Collins is redundant if we resign reid, roby and the addition of a true fs would do wonders for this secondary 

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16 minutes ago, Cpt slay a ho said:

Agree with most moves, important to get one of the top de, Collins is redundant if we resign reid, roby and the addition of a true fs would do wonders for this secondary 

Collins has played FS at a pro bowl  level thoe.. I'm just saying..

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