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1 hour ago, t96 said:

Horn should be on Ridley. Chinn, Shaq and others can work on Pitts, though I highly doubt Pitts is that big of a threat his rookie year.

Depends on how they use Pitts. If he is lined up out wide and is there best weapon I would expect our best coverage guy to cover him. That’s the luxury of Horn IMO, he has the speed and size to take away our opponent’s best weapon. With Julio gone and Pitts being drafted so high, he will get plenty of looks his rookie year. Horn covered Pitts some when USC played Florida and did ok.

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3 hours ago, Trainwreck said:

Y’all heard it first from me. Said it all along, Julio to Tenn. 

you always say this ever time someone was signed to the number 1 speculated team by literally everyone else 

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6 hours ago, CanePantherHornet said:

AJ Brown, Julio, and Derrick Henry 

 

wew boy.

Yea thats what I said. That team will be unstoppable. Happy he is out of the South though. Only way we see them is SB. 

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I'm thinking there's something wrong here. Julio went a little too cheaply. Missed what, like seven games last year? 

It's fully within reason that a team up against the cap could come to one of its overpaid, injured and/or older stars and says, "Let's work on this together. You aren't the same you were when you signed this contract. Either we can release you and take the immediate hit(s) or maybe you can publicly ask to be traded and maybe we can pass that big contract on to another team that can afford it/you. Win-win, millions of dollars on the table for you." And maybe a smart guy like Julio bets on himself and agrees to make that tweet saying he wants out and starts the pot to boiling. 

Not saying it happened, but it isn't out of the bounds of possibility. Either way, the NFCSouth's DBs can breathe a sigh of relief.

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15 minutes ago, Khyber53 said:

I'm thinking there's something wrong here. Julio went a little too cheaply. Missed what, like seven games last year? 

It's fully within reason that a team up against the cap could come to one of its overpaid, injured and/or older stars and says, "Let's work on this together. You aren't the same you were when you signed this contract. Either we can release you and take the immediate hit(s) or maybe you can publicly ask to be traded and maybe we can pass that big contract on to another team that can afford it/you. Win-win, millions of dollars on the table for you." And maybe a smart guy like Julio bets on himself and agrees to make that tweet saying he wants out and starts the pot to boiling. 

Not saying it happened, but it isn't out of the bounds of possibility. Either way, the NFCSouth's DBs can breathe a sigh of relief.

 

The wife is like ihat. If she can think it, it could happen. Makes for some entertaining convos I tell ya what.

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7 hours ago, Peanut Butter said:

Jameis Winston under Payton is going to be a huge problem

I doubt that, Jameis gonna Jameis, that man eats Ws, that’s why he can’t get ‘em…. Ain’t enough JuicyFruit in the world to polish that turd…

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3 hours ago, Khyber53 said:

I'm thinking there's something wrong here. Julio went a little too cheaply. Missed what, like seven games last year? 

It's fully within reason that a team up against the cap could come to one of its overpaid, injured and/or older stars and says, "Let's work on this together. You aren't the same you were when you signed this contract. Either we can release you and take the immediate hit(s) or maybe you can publicly ask to be traded and maybe we can pass that big contract on to another team that can afford it/you. Win-win, millions of dollars on the table for you." And maybe a smart guy like Julio bets on himself and agrees to make that tweet saying he wants out and starts the pot to boiling. 

Not saying it happened, but it isn't out of the bounds of possibility. Either way, the NFCSouth's DBs can breathe a sigh of relief.

Why would they want him to fake being disgruntled and demand a trade?  That lessens his trade value.

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That 2011 draft class is finally showing its  time in the league. Almost all those top guys are no longer with their drafted teams. 

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