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Thread: Swearinger to redskins

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    Default Swearinger to redskins

    According to Ian Rapaport.

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    #Redskins signed S DJ Swearinger to a 3-year deal worth $4.5M per year. $6M in year 1

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    Never thought Arizona could keep either of them.

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    Keep the out-of-whack contracts coming for the Cardinals Free Agents!

    Keim is going to have lots of ammo in the 2018 draft.

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    When you can't even keep you're own talented youngsters something is wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimHart View Post
    When you can't even keep you're own talented youngsters something is wrong.
    It's called having a loaded roster in the salary cap era.

    The great teams deal with it every year, and find a way to overcome it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WVcardsFan View Post
    It's called having a loaded roster in the salary cap era.

    The great teams deal with it every year, and find a way to overcome it.
    To each his own I guess. It seems you and I have very different ideas about what constitutes a "loaded roster".

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimHart View Post
    To each his own I guess. It seems you and I have very different ideas about what constitutes a "loaded roster".
    Feel free to list teams with a deeper roster. I'll give you time to do the research.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WVcardsFan View Post
    Feel free to list teams with a deeper roster. I'll give you time to do the research.
    Seattle
    Dallas
    Denver
    Oakland
    New England
    Pittsburgh
    Houston
    Carolina
    NY Giants
    Green Bay
    Kansas City
    Atlanta

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimHart View Post
    Seattle
    Dallas
    Denver
    Oakland
    New England
    Pittsburgh
    Houston
    Carolina
    NY Giants
    Green Bay
    Kansas City
    Atlanta
    Don't confuse top-heavy with deep.

    Depth is what wins consistently in the NFL (as long as you have a QB.)

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