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« Reply #5040 on: March 13, 2019, 03:54:31 pm »
Tevin Coleman anyone ?

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« Reply #5041 on: March 13, 2019, 04:21:25 pm »
Tate ako ne dođe u NE, ništa nije uradio.
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« Reply #5042 on: March 13, 2019, 04:54:13 pm »
Rekose da Earl ide u CLE isto

Sada kažu da Earl neće u Klivlend.

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« Reply #5043 on: March 13, 2019, 05:18:01 pm »
Sada kažu da Earl neće u Klivlend.

Nego ce u Baltimore, 4y/55m, 32 guaranteed, 22 u prvoj sezoni.

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« Reply #5044 on: March 13, 2019, 05:20:39 pm »
Nego ce u Baltimore, 4y/55m, 32 guaranteed, 22 u prvoj sezoni.

Kad se pogledaju ostali ugovori (Collins...) ovo je odličan posao Baltimora.

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« Reply #5045 on: March 13, 2019, 05:22:16 pm »
Thomas dobro odradio...
 

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« Reply #5046 on: March 13, 2019, 05:30:33 pm »
I Ingram u Ravensima 3y/15m.

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« Reply #5047 on: March 13, 2019, 05:31:14 pm »
Lepo je to sve al brat Lamar je ogranicen ko terasa...

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« Reply #5048 on: March 13, 2019, 05:31:50 pm »
Rejvensi jako...
 

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« Reply #5049 on: March 13, 2019, 05:34:42 pm »
Sejftiji dobili vise para nego ikada, opsta otimacina za njima, a neko je ovde postavio tekst kako postaju nebitni u savremenom NFL-u.

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« Reply #5050 on: March 13, 2019, 06:03:09 pm »
Sejftiji dobili vise para nego ikada, opsta otimacina za njima, a neko je ovde postavio tekst kako postaju nebitni u savremenom NFL-u.

To ti je kad se Packers fanovi raspisu.  :D

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« Reply #5051 on: March 13, 2019, 06:12:13 pm »
Sejftiji dobili vise para nego ikada, opsta otimacina za njima, a neko je ovde postavio tekst kako postaju nebitni u savremenom NFL-u.

Pročitaj ponovo, promašio si suštinu teksta. ;)

Kao teaser evo jednog isečka iz teksta:

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Much like the Packers with Mike Pettine, defenses are taking linebackers off the field and putting safeties in their place to match up with running backs and tight ends in coverage. If there are more safeties on the field, we might expect the position to become even more valuable,

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« Reply #5052 on: March 13, 2019, 06:25:45 pm »
Sve ono sto nije DL je preporucljivo da bude visok, brz i agilan. Da prepoznaje akciju, ima dobre instinkte i da dobro tekluje. Posto takvih igraca ima samo nekoliko, onda popunjavas sa ljudima koji ti odgovaraju sistemu. Ako se igra vise pasovima, onda ti vise igraci koji dobro pokrivaju, ako se igra trcanjem, onda igraci koji dobro obaraju. Mislim da smo mi prosle godine 60% akcija igrali nickle defense.

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« Reply #5053 on: March 13, 2019, 06:32:46 pm »
Petriote potpisale novi ugovor sa Džejsonom Mekortijem.
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« Reply #5054 on: March 13, 2019, 06:52:39 pm »
Sad je otprilike ovako što se tiče slobodnih?


S Earl Thomas
CB Ronald Darby
Edge Justin Houston
DI Ndaumkong Suh
WR Golden Tate
OT Daryl Williams
S Ha Ha Clinton-Dix
Edge Shaquille Barrett

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« Reply #5055 on: March 13, 2019, 07:44:46 pm »
HaHa će izgleda ostati u Washingtonu
Oakland potpisuje Tyrell Williamsa


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« Reply #5056 on: March 13, 2019, 08:02:26 pm »
Kakvi smo mi jazavci..Prošle godine potpisali šutera Majersa za 700,000..Onda doveli debelog i šutnuli Majersa..On ode u jetse,postane pro-boler..I sad ga dovedemo 4 godine za 15-16 milki... :dumrem:

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« Reply #5057 on: March 13, 2019, 08:11:45 pm »
U jbt ko da ti daješ pare pa ti žao. :kafa:
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« Reply #5058 on: March 13, 2019, 08:14:00 pm »
Nije to nego je popizdeo sto Jetsi imaju dobar coaching, a oni ne


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« Reply #5059 on: March 13, 2019, 08:25:28 pm »
Ne, ono, znaci sve sve, ali ako moze neko da mi objasni zasto je dojucerasnji brat, a od jutros crnacko govedo, odlucilo da potpise za raspale Đece? :palm:
Eeeeeejjjjj, Đeci... pa gde su ti oci rodjace...  :dumrem:

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« Reply #5060 on: March 13, 2019, 09:10:40 pm »
Znaci Vernon na jednoj strani, Myles Garrett na drugoj.  :pop:

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« Reply #5061 on: March 13, 2019, 09:23:19 pm »
Kako su Braunsi krenuli i sledeće godine će imati 7 pobeda.
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« Reply #5062 on: March 14, 2019, 01:38:06 am »
Kakvi smo mi jazavci..Prošle godine potpisali šutera Majersa za 700,000..Onda doveli debelog i šutnuli Majersa..On ode u jetse,postane pro-boler..I sad ga dovedemo 4 godine za 15-16 milki... :dumrem:
I uz to smo platili 4m Za jednu godinu Kendriksa. A on mozda i ne izadje iz zatvora do tada. Sto nisu probali da draftuju kikera a da potpisu nekog od OL za te pare.  :palm: :palm: :palm:

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« Reply #5063 on: March 14, 2019, 03:40:20 am »
PFF's 2019 NFL Free Agency Deal Grader





Packers sign S Adrian Amos to a four-year, $36M deal, $12M guaranteed
When you compare this to some of the other deals handed out to safeties this week, most notably Landon Collins and Tyrann Mathieu, this is incredible value for the Green Bay Packers. Amos has been a top-10 safety in PFF grades in each of the past two seasons and while he’s not going to make as many highlight-reel plays as the likes of his former Bears teammate Eddie Jackson, he’s a really good safety. He plays the run well, can run with tight ends downfield and can force incompletions by timing his hits perfectly. One of the best signings of free agency so far.

Rams sign S Eric Weddle to a two-year, $12.5M deal, $6.3M guaranteed
Eric Weddle is getting on in years, but he remains a consistently productive player whose overall PFF grade in 2018 was 80.7, a top-10 figure at the position. Weddle is versatile and can line up at any spot you need a safety to play, allowing a defense to do a lot schematically, and the Rams aren’t committed long term to him in case his decline speeds up.

Lions add edge Trey Flowers, sign him to a five-year, $90M deal, $50M guaranteed
It’s a lot of money, but it’s also market value for one of the top edge defenders in the NFL. Flowers hit free agency at 26 years old, is coming off a career year where he was the third highest-graded player in the regular season at the position and has the positional versatility that allows him to play across the defensive line. A player who can make an impact on the edge and on the defensive interior, Flowers might not have been a bargain salary wise, but he improves the Lions defense.

Titans sign edge Cameron Wake to a three-year, $23M deal, $10M guaranteed
How long can Cameron Wake continue to be an effective pass-rusher in the NFL despite his advancing years? Well, until his performance drops off, deals like this are always going to be good value. Wake registered a sack, hit or hurry once every 5.8 pass-rushing snaps in 2018 and finished the year with a PFF pass-rushing grade of 81.1, the 11th-highest at the position. Getting a high-quality veteran pass-rusher for less than $8M per year is nice business for Tennessee.

Cardinals sign Jordan Hicks to a four-year, $36M deal, $12M guaranteed
Hicks was our top-ranked off-ball linebacker available in free agency this season due to his abilities in coverage. In his four seasons with the Eagles, his lowest coverage grade for a season was 71.5 in 2017, a mark still above average. He has surrendered just one touchdown into his coverage in each of his four NFL seasons and has accumulated seven interceptions and seven pass breakups in that span. Josh Bynes was Arizona’s highest-graded linebacker in coverage last year (63.7), and he remains a free agent.

Raiders sign S Lamarcus Joyner to a four-year, $42M deal, $16.7M guaranteed
Joyner is coming off a franchise tag season after grading as one of the best safeties in the game in 2017 that was buoyed by an elite coverage grade of 91.2. He was unable to replicate those lofty grades but still performed at a good level in 2018 with a coverage grade of 70.9 and an overall 73.1 grade. He provides Oakland with a true deep safety with good range to allow Karl Joseph the freedom to roam the box.

Bills sign OT Ty Nsekhe to a two-year, $14.5M deal, $7.7M guaranteed
Ty Nsekhe may be the game’s best swing tackle, having shown over the past few seasons that he can fill in and start along multiple positions on the offensive line. He also has high-quality starts at left tackle, such as an 81.9 PFF grade against the Falcons this past season. And Buffalo got him for similar money to Bobby Hart in Cincinnati.

Browns sign DI Sheldon Richardson to a three-year, $39M deal, $21.5M guaranteed
Sheldon Richardson may forever tease even greater potential than the production he has shown in his career, but he will be consistently productive and add significant pressure to the interior of the Browns’ defense. He has averaged 47 total pressures over his career, which would have been second on the Browns in 2018, and he now gives Cleveland one of the meanest looking front-fours in the game.

Bills sign RB Frank Gore to a one-year, $2M deal
Minimal money for an ageless wonder who somehow remains not only productive but also out-grading his raw statistics, you can’t help but like this deal.

Ravens sign S Earl Thomas to a four-year, $55M deal, $32M deal
Arguably the best free agent available this offseason and possibly even the best safety since entering the NFL in 2010, Thomas has notched at least a coverage grade of 89.1 in five of the last six seasons. Thomas comes with a small amount of risk because of his age and coming off a broken leg but even if he comes back at 85% of what he was, the Ravens likely improved on the backend despite their loss of Eric Weddle.

Panthers sign C Matt Paradis to a three-year, $27M deal, $10M guaranteed
Including his injury-plagued 2018 season, Paradis has earned 74.0-plus overall grades in all four years he’s played in the NFL. He also earned a career-best 90.2 overall grade in 2016, which was largely propped up by his 90.0 run-blocking grade that season.
Paradis’ four-year grade (86.7) ranks fourth among the 29 centers with 2,000 or more snaps in the NFL since 2015. Only Travis Frederick (91.7), Alex Mack (91.7) and Jason Kelce (91.1) rank ahead of him in overall grade. Paradis also ranks fourth in run-blocking grade (85.0) and 10th in pass-blocking grade (82.3) on the list.
A healthy Paradis is well worth the $9 million Carolina will throw his way on average per year, especially considering his high-floor production and 2016 ceiling.

Packers sign edge Preston Smith to a four-year, $52M deal, $16M guaranteed
Like Za’Darius Smith, Preston Smith heads to Green Bay on the back of a career year and in reality is a better deal than the other Smith simply because he represents a little better value. He set career highs in PFF grade (76.9), total pressures (53) and tackles resulting in a defensive stop (27). Pairing the two Smiths on the edge has definitely improved the Packers defense heading into 2019.

Titans sign OG Rodger Saffold to a four-year, $44M deal, $22.5M guaranteed
Saffold was one of the top offensive linemen available in free agency this year, and his addition at least on paper gives the Titans one of the top offensive lines in the league. The fact that his 72.6 pass-blocking grade in 2018 was his second-lowest in the past seven seasons speaks to how consistent he is in the discipline. In four playoff games over the past two seasons, he did not surrender a single sack or hit.

Texans sign CB Bradley Roby to a one-year, $10M deal
Roby had a down 2018, grading out at just 58.6 while allowing passer rating of 113.0 into his coverage. Though, in 2017, he finished as the 23rd-ranked cornerback with a grade of 78.3 and an 84.0 passer rating against. Which type of season the Texans will get out of Roby remains to be seen, but he has shown he can perform as an above-average boundary corner in this league. And a one-year prove-it deal makes sense to test what kind of player he can be for Houston.

Bills sign WR John Brown to a three-year, $27M deal, $10.1M guaranteed
John Brown showed last season in Baltimore he could still get open, and when Joe Flacco was the quarterback, he was a viable deep threat. Josh Allen took a deep shot on 19.7% of his attempts as a rookie, by far the most of any quarterback in the league, so this is a connection with potential for big plays.

Bills sign WR Cole Beasley to a four-year, $29M deal, $14.4M guaranteed
While the fit is intriguing considering QB Josh Allen’s accuracy concerns and Beasley’s propensity to work underneath (46 of his 69 receptions in 2018 came on routes less than 10 yards from the line of scrimmage), he is an intriguing player who was likely under-utilized in Dallas. Over his past three seasons, 761 of his 1907 receiving yards came after the catch, and he dropped just 6-of-189 catchable balls thrown his way.

Jets sign WR Jamison Crowder to a three-year, $28M deal, $17M guaranteed
Despite coming off the least productive season of his four-year professional career with Washington (due in part to injuries keeping him out of seven games), Crowder should prove to be a solid target out of the slot for second-year quarterback Sam Darnold. Of his career 2643 receiving yards, 1299 of them he earned after the catch, but he does have 17 total drops and four fumbles to his name.

Redskins sign S Landon Collins to a six-year, $84M deal, $44.5M guaranteed
When used properly, Collins is a very good player. He doesn’t have the range of a deep safety as a single-high defender so his best position is in the box, covering the slot, matching up with tight ends or running backs and covering deep in a quarters or deep-half look. Collins’ deal is a bit rich but Washington is getting a player to fill a position of need in the prime of his career.

Lions sign CB Justin Coleman to a four-year, $36M deal, $19M guaranteed
One of the first deals agreed upon on Monday once the legal tampering window opened, this is quietly a shrewd move by the Lions. Detroit has long struggled on passes from the slot, and only three cornerbacks have bested Coleman’s 84.9 cumulative coverage grade when targeted from the slot over the past three seasons.

Raiders sign WR Tyrell Williams to a four-year, $44M deal, $22M guaranteed
Oakland’s revamp of their wide receiving corps continues with the addition of former Chargers wideout Tyrell Williams on a four-year deal to pair with Antonio Brown. Williams’ calling card has been the deep ball, seeing over 25% of his targets on throws of 20 yards or more downfield over the past three seasons, totaling 1,039 yards on 66 such targets (11th-most). It remains to be seen how Williams fits with quarterback Derek Carr should he, in fact, enter the season as the Raiders’ starting quarterback. Carr has been among the more conservative quarterbacks in the league — his 7.9 yard average depth of target is tied for the fifth shortest among quarterbacks with at least 500 dropbacks in the last three years.

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Lions sign WR Danny Amendola to a one-year, $5.75M deal, $4.5M guaranteed
Amendola played through lackluster quarterback play in Miami last season and still finished the season with the 14th-highest catch rate from the slot at 79.6%. He’s a capable weapon over the middle and one the Lions will hope can help fill the void left by Golden Tate. Amendola’s presence in the locker room as a potential veteran leader as well as his prowess on the field should pay dividends and is well worth the cost of just $4.5 million guaranteed over the next season.

Jets sign RB Le’Veon Bell to a four-year, $52.5M deal, $35M guaranteed :P
There are few teams in the NFL that Le’Veon Bell wouldn’t materially upgrade with his talents, but the question was always going to come down to money after he sat out the entirety of 2018 looking for a big contract. Bell’s peak year of 2015 saw him earn an overall PFF grade of 89.7, one of the best marks we’ve ever seen, and he can help in all facets of the game on offense.

Packers sign edge Za’Darius Smith to a four-year, $66M deal, $34.5M guaranteed
The Packers are taking a little bit of a gamble here, given that Smith’s 2018 season was significantly better than his first three years in the league, but they are adding a player who was tied for the 14th-highest PFF pass-rushing grade among edge defenders in 2018. With 10 sacks, 17 hits and 34 pressures in his final year in Baltimore, he has the opportunity to provide a big improvement to the Packers defense if he can continue at that level and beyond.

Broncos sign CB Kareem Jackson to a three-year, $33M deal, $23M guaranteed
Jackson was the 14th highest-graded cornerback in the NFL last year and produced a PFF coverage grade of 74.2 and a PFF run-defense grade of 90.5, both of which ranked in the top 25 among cornerbacks. If you’re looking for a shutdown corner, you’re going to be disappointed, but Jackson is solid value at $11M per year.

Broncos sign OT Ja’Wuan James to a four-year, $52M deal, $25M guaranteed
James has been a solid but not great starter throughout his career while being plagued with injuries that kept him sidelined for several games in 2015 and 2017. He’s coming off just his third (almost) full season in 2018 and it coincides with a career low in pressures allowed at 26 but a career high in sacks allowed at seven. James’ 70.8 overall grade ranked 32nd at the offensive tackle position in 2018 but for a Broncos team that started Jared Veldheer at RT and failed to regain his early career form of having five seasons of at least a 77.5 overall grade, it was a needed improvement.

Colts sign WR Devin Funchess to a one-year, $10M deal, $7M guaranteed
Devin Funchess finished 2018 with an overall grade of 68.0, which would be the second-highest on the Colts roster. Out of his 46 receptions, 35 went for a first down or touchdown, however, he averaged just 1.9 yards after catch per reception, which tied for 114th out of 116 qualified receivers. He also caught just 35.0% of his contested catch opportunities, which ranked 84th in the NFL and would have been last of Colts wide receivers. Similar to Bradley Roby, a one-year, prove-it deal makes sense for the Colts.

Bills sign C Mitch Morse to a four-year, $44M deal, $20.4M guaranteed
The need at center (and throughout Buffalo’s offensive line for that matter) was significant, and when healthy, Morse represents an upgrade at the position, albeit an expensive one. Morse has gotten consistently better in pass protection during his four years in the league, as his season pass-blocking grade while with the Chiefs never fell below 70.0 but his run-blocking grades never reached that mark. On 534 pass-blocks in 2018, he gave up no sacks, just one quarterback hit and four hurries.

Saints sign RB Latavius Murray to a four-year, $14.4M deal, $7.2M guaranteed
The Saints signing of their Mark Ingram placeholder in Latavius Murray isn’t a flashy one, as his missed tackles forced per attempt rate of 0.10 tied for just 37th out of 47 qualified running backs. Though, in Murray, they are getting a reliable player who did not have a fumble or drop a pass in 2018. Murray’s pass-block grade of 72.6 ranked tied for 15th among qualified running backs as well, rounding out his skill set.

Jets sign LB C.J. Mosley to a five-year, $85 million deal, $51M guaranteed
On the surface, these numbers are eye-popping, and it might seem crazy that Mosley is earning over $4 million per year more than Carolina’s Luke Kuechly, but it’s important to remember that Kuechly’s deal was signed back in 2015. As soon as Kwon Alexander signed for $13.5million per year, Mosley was always going to come in significantly higher than that. Mosley ranked 22nd among linebackers with a 73.6 PFF grade in the regular season and playoffs and is an upgrade at the position for the Jets. Yes, they have overpaid at least a bit, but that’s often the nature of free agency. Bucs sign WR Breshad Perriman to a one-year, $4M deal
The Bucs took advantage of the Odell Beckham Jr. trade by honoring the same offer the Browns had originally extended to Perriman. Perriman struggled to stay on the field with Baltimore, the team to originally draft him, but finally was able to show some flashes for the Browns last season. He caught all 16 catchable balls thrown his way last year, and Browns QB Baker Mayfield had a 134.2 rating when targeting Perriman.

Dolphins sign TE Dwayne Allen to a two-year, $7M deal, n/a guaranteed
The Dolphins gave Allen a two-year deal worth $3.5 million a year after he hauled in all of just three passes a season ago with the Patriots. His overall grades have fallen off a cliff as of late and recorded a career-low 51.0 that saw him falter to just a 58.0 pass-blocking grade as well. There are seemingly other tight end options available on the board, so this seems as a bit of a reach in our book with his play falling off as of late.

49ers sign LB Kwon Alexander to a four-year deal, $54M deal, $14.25M guaranteed
Alexander has showcased impressive athleticism on film and does a really good job finding ball carriers. The issue though is that his consistency hasn’t matched that athleticism on the field. He has missed 78 tackles over the past four seasons and is coming off an ACL injury. That’s a lot of money to commit to a player who hasn’t lived up to his athletic potential so far.

Vikings re-sign LB Anthony Barr to a five-year, $67.5M deal, $33M guaranteed
Anthony’s Barr’s career in Minnesota has been a curious one, with his grade topping off in 2015, bottoming out in 2016 and ascending slowly the last two years. It’s likely good for him to stay as an off-the-ball linebacker who can be effective as a blitzer (best among linebackers in pass-rush productivity in 2018), but it’s a real question as to how much a player who has been roughly a win above replacement during his career can add relative to his contract moving forward.

Packers sign OG Billy Turner to a four-year, $28M deal, $11M guaranteed
While the positional need was clear, this move is a bit puzzling in terms of Turner’s past production and the amount of money Green Bay is giving him. The Packers are clearly paying him to be a starter, but 2018 was just the second season of his five-year career he served his team as a full-time starter. For his career, he has played a total of 1,142 pass-block reps and has surrendered 16 sacks and 69 total pressures. However, he has shown promise as of late, and last year in Denver, he ended the season strong, as he yielded no sacks and just one quarterback hit in his final eight games.

Jaguars sign QB Nick Foles to a four-year, $88M deal, $50M guaranteed
Nick Foles has the best-two single-game grades that we’ve seen for the Eagles over the past few seasons, and they came in the two most important games they have played – the NFC Championship and then the Super Bowl – but he also has the worst games and remains a tremendously volatile quarterback whose baseline performance is questionable. The Jaguars are betting on the upside, but it is a significant gamble.

Titans sign WR Adam Humphries to a four-year, $36M deal, $16M guaranteed
Adam Humphries had a career year in 2018, posting an offensive grade of 75.2 and he is a reliable target out of the slot, catching 92.4% of catchable passes thrown his way for a 93.3 passer rating when targeted over his four-year career. However, this is a lot of money given to a player who’s average depth of target in 2018 was just 6.2 yards downfield and gained just 1.51 yards per route run.

Raiders sign OT Trent Brown to a four-year, $66M deal, $36.8M guaranteed
The Raiders are paying Trent Brown elite tackle money (which he has yet to be during his four-year career with New England and San Francisco), likely in large part due to his excellent pass protection during New England’s latest Super Bowl run. In three playoff games last season, he surrendered just four total pressures, none of them resulting in sacks or hits on Tom Brady. He is expected to play left tackle in Oakland, and in his first year starting at the position last year he gave up a total of 39 pressures on 744 pass-blocking snaps.

Raiders sign DI Johnathan Hankins to a two-year, $8.5M deal, $5.4M guaranteed
Johnathan Hankins, the Raiders’ high-snap player on the defensive interior a year ago, returns to Oakland on a modest two-year deal that reflects his value as a run-first player. Last season was a bit of a down year for Hankins, but he’s earned run-defense grades above 80.0 in four of his six NFL seasons, including an 88.1 run-defense grade in 2017 that ranked 10th among qualifying interior defensive lineman.

Browns sign LB Adarius Taylor to a two-year, $5M deal, $2.55M guaranteed
It’s not a huge deal, but Taylor struggled on defense in 2018. He saw a career-high 634 snaps but produced a PFF run-defense grade of just 40.9 and a PFF coverage of 49.5. He was solid on special teams though, registering three tackles and missing none.

Falcons sign OG James Carpenter to a four-year, $21M deal, $9.25M guaranteed
Carpenter is onto his third team and his ninth year in the league. While he appeared to peak in 2015 after posting an overall grade of 83.4, his grades have declined each of the past three seasons (his overall grade in 2018 with the Jets was 56.3). While run blocking was a struggle for him last season, in 10 appearances, he gave up just one sack in pass protection.

Bengals re-sign OT Bobby Hart to a three-year, $21M deal, $5.5M guaranteed
Hart is clearly a high-effort player that the Bengals staff is high on but there were 85 tackles who took at least 232 snaps for their team last year and Hart ranked 73rd out of all of them. He struggled in pass protection, allowing 39 pressures on his 651 snaps in pass protection that included 10 sacks. His run-blocking wasn’t much better either as that hasn’t ever really been a strong suit for him. The Bengals will shell out a lot of cash to him at the right tackle spot when there were certainly other options available, including at the time of signing, Ty Nsekhe who signed in Buffalo for similar money.

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« Reply #5065 on: March 14, 2019, 11:11:25 am »
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« Reply #5066 on: March 14, 2019, 11:23:56 am »
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« Reply #5067 on: March 14, 2019, 11:30:30 am »
E i ti sad, otisao Lewis, cenim da je to samo po sebi uspesan off-season.

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« Reply #5068 on: March 14, 2019, 11:42:11 am »
https://twitter.com/AdamSchefter/status/1105949537385046018

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« Reply #5069 on: March 14, 2019, 11:54:00 am »
Ja sam mislio da cemo ga potpisati za te pare. Nista cekamo nekoga jos jeftinijeg, ili jos verovatnije draft.

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« Reply #5070 on: March 14, 2019, 01:45:43 pm »
Seahawks Re-Signing LB K.J. Wright ... :cheer:..Ajmo sad potpišite Flukera... :pop:

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« Reply #5071 on: March 14, 2019, 03:25:11 pm »
Ja sam mislio da cemo ga potpisati za te pare. Nista cekamo nekoga jos jeftinijeg, ili jos verovatnije draft.
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« Reply #5073 on: March 14, 2019, 08:57:15 pm »
D.J. Fluker confirms he's returning to be #Seahawks' right guard. It's a 2-yr deal. It comes an hour after SEA signs veteran Mike Iupati to play left guard, and hours after they re-signed Pro Bowl vet LB K.J. Wright for 2 yrs, $15.5M max ... :smile3:

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« Reply #5074 on: March 14, 2019, 09:22:32 pm »
LB i OL pozicija nam je ostala skoro ne promenjena. To je dobar pocetak. Sad jos malo da pojacamo DL i da nadjemo nekog safeta da popuni rupu i spremni smo za draft. Samo da se Will Dissly oporavi od povrede, onda je i TE pozicija popunjena.