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by Triple-S » Wed Jul 20, 2011 11:56 pm
Swerb wrote:Go start a blog if you want to tell the world your incomprehendible ramblings.
Cerebral_DownTime wrote:I have a big arm and can throw the ball pretty damn far...... maybe even over those moutains. The Browns should sign me, i'll let you all in locker room to drink beer. Then we can all go out the parking lot to watch me do motorcycle stunts.
by hiko » Thu Jul 21, 2011 12:56 am
by Govbarney » Thu Jul 21, 2011 9:50 am
by JCoz » Thu Jul 21, 2011 2:46 pm
by mattvan1 » Thu Jul 21, 2011 9:43 pm
.......attending Temple University, graduating with a B.A. in communications and mass media. He resides in the Cleveland area.
by Prosecutor » Sat Jul 23, 2011 6:13 pm
by Prosecutor » Sun Jul 24, 2011 8:04 am
Here is a look at where AFC North teams stand, via ESPN.com senior writer John Clayton: Baltimore Ravens Cap situation: $5.33 million under Skinny: The Ravens are in decent shape. Cutting backup running back Willis McGahee will shave $2.5 million off their cap, according to Clayton. Taking the franchise tag off Pro Bowl defensive lineman Haloti Ngata and working out a long-term contract is another move that provides cap room for Baltimore to make a few moves in free agency. Cincinnati Bengals Cap situation: $35.9 million under Skinny: Cincinnati is significantly under the cap, and with proposed mandatory spending, the usually reserved Bengals will be forced to be major players in free agency. The only question is will the Bengals, who have a scant front office and no general manager, make the right calls? Free-agent corner Johnathan Joseph should be back in play now that Cincinnati has more than $35 million to spend. Cincinnati also is in the market for a starting running back. Cleveland Browns Cap situation: $33.3 million under Skinny: The Browns also will be major players and have plenty of holes to fill. Cleveland still needs starters at defensive end, safety and possibly the entire right side of the offensive line. President Mike Holmgren has the green light from owner Randy Lerner. So look for the Browns to make a couple of significant signings and add depth at other spots in an effort to narrow the gap this year with the Ravens and Steelers. Pittsburgh Steelers Cap situation: $10.51 million over Skinny: The veteran Steelers are the most cash-strapped team in the division. We broke down several options for Pittsburgh to get back under the cap, but don't expect the Steelers to do much in free agency. Cornerback is a major question and probably the only place the Steelers will spend big bucks this summer, whether it's to re-sign Ike Taylor or add someone else.
by Prosecutor » Sun Jul 24, 2011 8:17 am
by General » Sun Jul 24, 2011 9:15 am
Prosecutor wrote:Looking at the Steelers roster, they've got a few graybeards themselves:Flozell Adams 36Ryan Clark 31James Farrior 36Larry Foote 31Casey Hampton 33Chris Hoke 35Brett Keisel 32Antwaan Randle-El 31Aaron Smith 35Ike Taylor 31Hines Ward 35They're also $10 million over the cap. With the Browns and Bengals having to spend $30 million in free agency whether they want to or not, the Steelers having to cut $10 million, and the Ravens standing pat at $5 million under, I really think this division is going to be surprisingly competitive this year, or next year at the latest. For now the Steelers and Ravens have the big edge in experience and quarterbacking, so there's no reason they shouldn't come out on top. The Browns are implementing new systems and are going with an inexperienced QB, and the Bengals QB situation is still up in the air as far as I know.
by Triple-S » Mon Jul 25, 2011 12:35 am
by leadpipe » Mon Jul 25, 2011 8:00 am
by DrPoove » Mon Jul 25, 2011 8:42 am
leadpipe wrote:Hiko is correct.Gotta be able to make your own team not a laughingstock before worrying about anyone else even matters.
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