moklerman wrote:Thanks bot.
Next year we will probably get out of Whitworth's contract with only a $3mil dead money hit. Obviously, we will need to find out if any of Noteboom, Edwards, or Brewer (who I know nothing about) will be good enough to start at LT. I'd bet this cap math also contributed to our pretty much standing p...
I think they will keep two of those three. But all 3 might be too tough to swing. I have a feeling Johnson is the odd man out. I think that's the most likely scenario. But.. after this season? I could see the Rams deciding that they just don't want to go too high for some players and that could mea...
AvengerRam wrote:I have to believe that, of the two you've mentioned, Kupp would be a much higher priority than Johnson. JJ is a very good player, but you can find guys like him in the Rounds 2-4 of most drafts.
I just can not comprehend where the hell we get the money to pay him. He NEEDS to be a ram for a long time to avoid Snead getting fired I believe. But where do we trim the fat? How do we? I'm not a cap guy, but as thunder-fucked as we are this year....does it get better? They opened up a ton of mon...
What I see and read about the Ramsey situation isn't much different from what I read and saw about Donald, when it comes to the contract situation. They'll sign him. It would be a catastrophic embarrassment to let him walk, so.. he'll set the market.
moklerman wrote:Yeah, I think it's crazy that Singletary ever got a chance but he did and it likely wasn't based on merit. But even now, he will possibly get another shot in the NFL because of the Rooney rule.
moklerman wrote:It's not MY rule.
I remember debates from that time from people who thought he’d be hired on.. team needed a “tough guy” coach, etc. He’s lazy and entitled, when it comes to coaching. I knew that long before the 9ers, it’s a long story.
moklerman wrote:Luckily, he still qualifies for a coaching interview in the NFL. You know, because of his record.
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