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Center Matt Paradis to Carolina/$27mm/3 years/$13.5mm guaranteed

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On 3/12/2019 at 4:30 PM, Cpt slay a ho said:

Would be amazing if Williams doesn’t get any better offers and we retain him and release kalil

Nice call.

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On 3/14/2019 at 12:14 AM, tiger7_88 said:

Oh, we all know who is going to "win" that spot now that he is "healthy" again, now don't we?

The guy who was inactive even when healthy and isnt under contract?

Pay attention  

 

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Can he play Left Tackle because at 9 mill per year he sure as fug better be able to.

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20 minutes ago, Kevin Greene said:

Can he play Left Tackle because at 9 mill per year he sure as fug better be able to.

You are 10 years behind. LT first made over 9 million in 2008.

Centers hit that mark in 2013

 

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23 minutes ago, Kevin Greene said:

Can he play Left Tackle because at 9 mill per year he sure as fug better be able to.

That only makes him the 7th highest paid C in the league. If he was a LT he'd be the 19th highest paid LT in the league.

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