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    Quote Originally Posted by Franco View Post
    The Bears new HC got Aaron Kroner to be his OC. There aren't many solid young OC as good as him. That was a major move is a positive direction for the Bears. If anyone can improve Cutler's game it would be Kroner. Look for the Bears to throw a lot more off of Play Action. If Cutler doesn't have what it takes, he'll be gone before the season ends.

    I think teams taking the best player available over need is the way to go in the draft. As badley as we need an OT, OLB and S, if a guy like Tavon Austin WR is still there for the 15th pick, I expect my team to take him. I do expect the Jets to take Tavon. I'd be happy with my team drafting the best D player in the SEC last season, Jarvis Jones OLB.
    Have no fear they spent a draft pick on a good guy to protect the worthless cutler, Smith liked him, not many others did especially after he quit in the playoffs and had a 3rd stringer come in. They booed when the pick was announced, happened to a few others as well.
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    I am very happy a pick my Giants made, while many are saying "who is Pugh?" Very happy.
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    Packers picked "Twotone" Jones, or something like that.

    WTH???????
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    I see that Aaron Rodgers just signed his contract extension. No details on the money though. Has to be 21m-23m a year. What's the deal RK?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Franco View Post
    I see that Aaron Rodgers just signed his contract extension. No details on the money though. Has to be 21m-23m a year. What's the deal RK?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Franco View Post
    I see that Aaron Rodgers just signed his contract extension. No details on the money though. Has to be 21m-23m a year. What's the deal RK?
    No one is talkin' yet.
    He is a keeper I think!


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    $40,000,000 this season!
    Last edited by road kill; 04-26-2013 at 04:24 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Franco View Post
    I see that Aaron Rodgers just signed his contract extension. No details on the money though. Has to be 21m-23m a year. What's the deal RK?
    whatever the deal, he needs to send Romo's agent a bottle...make that a case of champagne for inflating the market
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    Quote Originally Posted by road kill View Post
    No one is talkin' yet.
    He is a keeper I think!


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    $40,000,000 this season!
    That what Brees was paid last season. That way, the organization took the big Salery Cap hit last season. Now, he has to make it on a mere $15mil per season for the next four.

    Looks like Rodgers got $110mil over 5 years. Riches deal in NFL history!


    Our Aaron, Aaron Nola is pitching tonight against S Carolina.

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    Last edited by Franco; 04-26-2013 at 05:05 PM.
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    Packers signed QB Aaron Rodgers to a five-year, $110 million extension through 2019.

    The front-loaded deal pays Rodgers $40 million in year one, explaining why GM Ted Thompson was so conservative with his 2013 cap. It's a savvy deal by Thompson, but we've come to expect nothing less. Rodgers is now under control through his age-35 season. Theoretically, he can hit free agency in 2020 at age 36. Because Rodgers had two relatively cheap years remaining on his old deal, the new contract is worth $130.75 million over seven seasons, for an annual average of $18.68 million; Joe Flacco received an annual average of $20.1 million. The Rodgers deal is widely being pumped up as the richest in NFL history, but in actuality it's very much not. Another steal by Thompson.
    Source: Tom Silverstein on Twitter
    Apr 26 - 4:51 PM

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    Awesome 2nd pick by the Packers in getting La. RB via Bama, Eddie Lacy. He ran right through ND in the BCS Champ game.
    Last edited by Franco; 04-26-2013 at 07:53 PM.
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