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So wait, who's left on the Giants' defense? Are they just tanking next season for a quarterback?

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He's good but not great. They paid him like he's great. I really want Preston Smith but I definitely don't want to fall into that same trap.

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It's a good trade looking at value, but damn I don't think that defense has a chance next year.

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1 minute ago, Krovvy said:

So wait, who's left on the Giants' defense? Are they just tanking next season for a quarterback?

They were one of the pne rumored going after Daryl Williams.  But they were tight on cap especially after signing the LT last year

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2 minutes ago, ncfan said:

Shows you how the edge market is

I think the Browns also realize that they still need to put together some organizational consistency before they're a desirable FA destination. Guys with other good options will likely choose to go elsewhere.

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Jags cut Malik Jackson 

Dude was a tank on that 2015 Broncos D

If we're going 3-4, can he play 3-4 DE?

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5 minutes ago, KDawg004 said:

If I’m Marty I’m on the phone with Cleveland right now asking for Ogbah.

 

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Glad this thread was finally made. Here’s some other news:

Steelers looking to trade RT Marcus Gilbert

https://mobile.twitter.com/AdamSchefter/status/1104037850876727296

Jags release RB Carlson Hyde

https://mobile.twitter.com/RapSheet/status/1104062640580632577

And Eagles will release Michael Bennett if they don’t find a trade partner.

Edit: I forgot how to post the actual tweets if anyone wants to help me out.

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