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  • The Buc's Are Clowns If They Sign The Jets CB

    This guy doesn't really want to play for Tampa Bay. He just wants another huge pay day, and to bask in the Florida Sunshine. JR would never make this deal. This greedy " I'm in it for Me, and nobody else " Injured CB, will scoop up the Buc's Bucks, get Himself injured, and laugh all the way to the bank. While Tampa Bay will still be scrambling for CBs.

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    Yea it would be very stupid for a team to pursue the best cornerback of the past decade who would purposely injure himself.

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    • #3
      He is already injured. and trying to come back. If He has been in the league for ten years, anyone is a fool to throw millions and draft picks at Him. Especially a Draft as heavy in CBs as this one is.

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      • #4
        Revis coming off an ACL injury is less of a gamble than a rookie corner. You can go through draft after draft without finding a player like Revis. If the Bucs have the cap room, then that's their prerogative to pursue him. It's not a bad move if it doesn't restrict their peripheral spending.

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        • #5
          That's Dan Snyder thinking. High Priced FAs are not how you build your team. He has gotten burned year after year doing it. The Fa who gets a mega fat contract has no more hunger left. Lets be clear . Tampa Bay is not Revis's choice. He wants two cherries on His sundae. He wants to go to a true contender. But The Bucs are the only player at the table, willing to pay Him what he wants.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by BlueBlitzer View Post
            He is already injured. and trying to come back. If He has been in the league for ten years, anyone is a fool to throw millions and draft picks at Him. Especially a Draft as heavy in CBs as this one is.
            He's finished six seasons, not ten.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by BlueBlitzer View Post
              That's Dan Snyder thinking. High Priced FAs are not how you build your team. He has gotten burned year after year doing it. The Fa who gets a mega fat contract has no more hunger left. Lets be clear . Tampa Bay is not Revis's choice. He wants two cherries on His sundae. He wants to go to a true contender. But The Bucs are the only player at the table, willing to pay Him what he wants.
              Right, only Snyder has signed an expensive free agent. So how regularly do you speak with Revis? You've posted his entire psychological makeup in here. That's a rather shallow and ostentatious thing to do.

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              • #8
                History Shows Me Of The Mans Greed

                Originally posted by penguin farmer View Post
                Right, only Snyder has signed an expensive free agent. So how regularly do you speak with Revis? You've posted his entire psychological makeup in here. That's a rather shallow and ostentatious thing to do.
                How many Giants either have restructured their contracts for the good of the team, or have offered to. Eli and His wife finances a 10 million dollar birthing center. He and Peyton filled a jumbo jet full of supplies and had it flown down to New Orleans. I don't seem to recall Revis doing anything to help anyone but Himself.He is a millionaire coming off a fat contract. He could have told the Jets He loves playing in NY, and would even take a paycut to stay on the team. ( And He still would have had a fat contract paying him millions ).

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by BlueBlitzer View Post
                  How many Giants either have restructured their contracts for the good of the team, or have offered to.
                  Players permit restructures for the good of their bank balance. It is not a selfless act.

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                  • #10
                    Wow. That's a shame. Typical Jets belief. Haha.
                    2017 Mock Draft

                    1st: Forrest Lamp, OG Western Kentucky
                    2nd: Caleb Brantley, DT Florida
                    3rd: Gerald Everett, TE South Alabama
                    4th: Dont'a Foreman, RB Texas
                    5th: Damontae Kazee, CB San Diego State
                    6th: KD Cannon, WR Baylor
                    7th: Jalen Reeves-Maybin, LB Tennessee

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by BlueBlitzer View Post
                      How many Giants either have restructured their contracts for the good of the team, or have offered to. Eli and His wife finances a 10 million dollar birthing center. He and Peyton filled a jumbo jet full of supplies and had it flown down to New Orleans. I don't seem to recall Revis doing anything to help anyone but Himself.He is a millionaire coming off a fat contract. He could have told the Jets He loves playing in NY, and would even take a paycut to stay on the team. ( And He still would have had a fat contract paying him millions ).
                      Do you know what restructuring means? Only 3 players genuinely shed salary in the past 3 years for the Giants. Diehl twice, Jacobs and now Webster. Restructuring usually means converting a base salary into guaranteed cash, which in itself is favorable to the player as they not only get paid upfront, but it makes it harder to cut or release. They don't lose any money.

                      Besides, it's a pretentious notion to speak for Revis or use Eli as a comparison to be validated. The topic on hand is Bucs pursuing Revis. They have the cap to do so, need a cornerback and are pursuing the best on the market.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by penguinfarmer View Post
                        Do you know what restructuring means? Only 3 players genuinely shed salary in the past 3 years for the Giants. Diehl twice, Jacobs and now Webster. Restructuring usually means converting a base salary into guaranteed cash, which in itself is favorable to the player as they not only get paid upfront, but it makes it harder to cut or release. They don't lose any money.

                        Besides, it's a pretentious notion to speak for Revis or use Eli as a comparison to be validated. The topic on hand is Bucs pursuing Revis. They have the cap to do so, need a cornerback and are pursuing the best on the market.
                        Honestly pushing your contract to a back loaded once is almost as good as giving it away. Look at webster, he through he was making 8 million this year.
                        Just remember Kevin Love makes more money then OBJ, and OBJ also dunks better.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by appodictic View Post
                          Honestly pushing your contract to a back loaded once is almost as good as giving it away. Look at webster, he through he was making 8 million this year.
                          It gets converted into a bonus which instantly becomes guaranteed.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by appodictic View Post
                            Honestly pushing your contract to a back loaded once is almost as good as giving it away. Look at webster, he through he was making 8 million this year.
                            No it isn't. Bonuses are paid instantaneously. That figure pushed at the end is strictly for teams to manage their cap. Only money Webster was making this year prior to his restructure was his base salary. That bonus of his that appears this year had been paid out already years ago. And the more prorated money backloaded makes it more difficult for teams to cut or release due to dead money hits. So it actually gives you better job security.

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                            • #15
                              Why would he Bucs be stupid to pursue the best CB in NFL right now and maybe ever?

                              I really don't understand folk's logic. Some folks will say to up the offer of 7 million per year to keep Victor Cruz, a slot receiver that alligator armed it quite a bit last season and then say it is stupid for a team to pay Darelle Revis. I don't understand that mentality.

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