Whats your perfect offseason moves?

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  1. xpmar9x

    xpmar9x Vote for Pedro

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    Star will be gone, I believe. Although his stock is falling.

    Andy Levitre - Sign for 5 years/5.5+mil year, with a large signing bonus. Hutch is set to make 4.75mil next year, so for 750K more we could land Levitre. Can add 6th year if demanded.

    Chris Canty - 3yr/4mil+ year. Still around Top-20 paid for DTs. Likely wants years, so maybe add a 4th year. Money is good enough. Smaller signing bonus, incentive base deal.

    Quentin Jammer - 2yr/2mil a year. Career is almost done, play was down last year. Still one of the best zone corners. He's optional, if we don't land Jammer we still have a trio of McCourty-Verner-Mathieu. I just want Jammers vet leadership to help our young corners.

    Michael Hoomanawanui - 4yr/3mil a year. He wants years, I know this personally. 3 teams in his short career, he wants stability and playing time. We'd have the best blocking trio of TEs, and Hooman has underrated hands.

    Tashard Choice - Signed a 1yr/540K last year, signs with us for 1yr/750K.
    Geno Hayes - Signed a 1yr/750K lsat year, signs with us for 1yr/1mil.
    All those combined = 16.25 mil (doesn't include signing bonuses)

    If we do my cuts: 3.9 (Amano), 4.75 (Hutch), 1.9 (Hawk), 1.6 (Babs), .63 (Marc), .5 (Harper) .... it equals 13.29 mil saved

    So we take on an additional $2.96 mil for those FAs (doesn't include signing bonuses). Our remaining money is used to resign current players Shaw (1m), Velasco (3m), Spoon (1.5m), Deuce (1.5m), Afalava (.7m), and Bironas (4m) = 11.7 mil spent on resignings.

    So with all of my moves, we take on 14.66 mil. Which again, doesn't include signing bonuses or rookie contracts. It's very possible.
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  2. JCBRAVE

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    It's a dream of yours for us to sign Uh-Oh isn't it?
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  3. The Hammer

    The Hammer Straight Ridah

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    Very good and realistic. Though I fear Elam will be gone by then :(
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  4. JCBRAVE

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    IDK man, I think this deep pool of safeties will kill all their stocks, making everyone think "we'll just wait and get one later"

    then when the 1st one goes in the 2nd round, they'll all come off the board together in bunches.
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  6. JCBRAVE

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    I wouldn't mind Hoomanawanui here, I just worry when our coaches get their hands on him his new nickname will go from Uh-Oh to Oops
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    Additionally I would not be too high on him starting right off the bat. Love to have him, hope we can, and I hope we have George Wilson to help the transition.
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  8. JCBRAVE

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    Rookies are certainly cheap enough now that we could go that route.
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  9. xpmar9x

    xpmar9x Vote for Pedro

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    YEAH! GOT BEEF WITH THAT SON.

    To be honest, I just don't want Cook anymore. Hooman would be a nice cheap alternate... and we use our TEs a ton for blocking, Hooman specalizes at that. He's a better version of Stevens.
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    Ban TitansWillWin2 from starting threads.

    Add casino play into the sportsbook.

    More posts from Gut, Hoffa, and SECBipolar.
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