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Weren't there reports about hime having an ankle injury or something like that last year that affected his play?


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That’s been the theme for the past year for Wade, who underwent groin surgery before his final season at Ohio State and also battled turf toe during the season. Despite those injuries, Wade played in all eight of the Buckeyes’ 2020 games. However, he didn’t play as well as an outside cornerback in 2020 as he did as a slot cornerback in 2019, and he says that’s come up in many of his interviews with NFL teams.

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Jacksonville Jaguars trade QB Gardner Minshew to Philadelphia Eagles for conditional 2022 sixth-round pick

https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/3210...ixth-round-pick


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Originally Posted By: Pdawg
Jacksonville Jaguars trade QB Gardner Minshew to Philadelphia Eagles for conditional 2022 sixth-round pick

https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/3210...ixth-round-pick


The Jaguars are the dumb team.

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Jacksonville Jaguars trade QB Gardner Minshew to Philadelphia Eagles for conditional 2022 sixth-round pick

https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/3210...ixth-round-pick


The Jaguars are the dumb team.


Philly did a great job of creating confusion for themselves though.

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Jacksonville Jaguars trade QB Gardner Minshew to Philadelphia Eagles for conditional 2022 sixth-round pick

https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/3210...ixth-round-pick


The Jaguars are the dumb team.


Philly did a great job of creating confusion for themselves though.


Any time you can a player at a valuable position that is as good as Minshew for that cheap, you do it.

The Jaguars just held a farcical QB competition, that could potentially hinder the development of their first overall pick, for a player that they traded for a conditional sixth round pick.

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People must realize that quality depth is something you should also strive to improve. As far as QB's go they got a great deal at a position of top value. Whether he starts or is a back up it was a steal.


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Originally Posted By: cfrs15
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Jacksonville Jaguars trade QB Gardner Minshew to Philadelphia Eagles for conditional 2022 sixth-round pick

https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/3210...ixth-round-pick


The Jaguars are the dumb team.

This move is a serious head-scratcher. There is not anybody in the football world that would be surprised to hear "Minshew traded to ___________ for a 4th round pick"... Six weeks from now when someone's starter goes down.

Unless you convince me (basic impossibility) that they had no choice because they needed the roster spot, this is a couple notches below just "dumb".


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For a six? Worth that trade just to offer him up when somebody needs a filler for an injured starter. I have a higher opinion of this guy than a 6.


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I'm surprised Berry hasn't made any trades.


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I think there will be a great deal of value found in the cuts. Trades are a good idea but if you feel the people you are targeting may be cut, you will get a much cheaper contract and give up no future assets or resources.


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It comes down to how badly you want them. If you trade for them you are guaranteed of getting them. IF you wait for them to be released, they very well may sign with somebody else.


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While I certainly agree with you. But at the talent level where players will be cut, I think you are looking at "types of players" that will fit into the scheme you are trying to run more so than actual names of players themselves.

I see it much like the draft. Sure there are players at the top of the draft that you try to target if you have the opportunity. But once you get into the late rounds the talent level of the players themselves levels off quite a bit. At that juncture you may very well have groups of players you feel you can come on and fit well with your system.

From my POV that's very much a similar situation with players who get cut from other teams.


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Originally Posted By: OldColdDawg
I'm surprised Berry hasn't made any trades.


There is still two weeks before the first game. I would guess we make at least one trade before the cutdown.

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Would hate to see one of our decent RBs ending up in Baltimore. With Dobbs gone, they will be looking for RB help....GO Browns!!


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Would hate to see one of our decent RBs ending up in Baltimore. With Dobbs gone, they will be looking for RB help....GO Browns!!
I think Gurley ends up there … and I think they also try to get a scat back type


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Today is the day you look at teams that have lost players due to injury those are the teams you talk too to see if they are looking to make a deal for someone on our roster if I am Berry I don't announce cuts until the last moment.

I dreed this day to a degree we are about to say goodbye to some decent players.


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Nothing about our FO group makes me think we would trade for the guy. I don't think we would even want him, but if he goes FA, we might possibly take a look, but I doubt it.

Elijah Lee....keep playing him.


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I don’t want Collins. He sandbagged us a few years ago. I’d rather Play Lee and hope Phillips can return quickly


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JAX is already all-in on the first overall pick in 2022 and Urban is tossing out whatever isn't his to stockpile picks. They're kinda trying the Sashi route of tearing down, but they're not gonna do it right.... and they just might need another QB by the time they get there.


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That’s the problem. Lawrence looks awful


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That’s the problem. Lawrence looks awful


he makes Zach Wison look all-pro


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That’s the problem. Lawrence looks awful


he makes Zach Wison look all-pro


Not even close. Wilson has been downright awful. Lawrence has at least shown some promise. Both are rookies on TERRIBLE teams.

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That’s the problem. Lawrence looks awful


he makes Zach Wison look all-pro


Not even close. Wilson has been downright awful. Lawrence has at least shown some promise. Both are rookies on TERRIBLE teams.


Wilson looks like a little playing quarterback. Lawrence at least has moments where he looks like he knows what he is doing. The whole class has been pretty bad so far.

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That’s the problem. Lawrence looks awful


he makes Zach Wison look all-pro


Not even close. Wilson has been downright awful. Lawrence has at least shown some promise. Both are rookies on TERRIBLE teams.


Wilson looks like a little playing quarterback. Lawrence at least has moments where he looks like he knows what he is doing. The whole class has been pretty bad so far.


Trey Lance hasn't played yet. I think he will be the gem of the class.


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The thing about Wilson: he looks TINY. Even Baker seems bigger. Maybe it’s just my browns colored glasses


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That’s the problem. Lawrence looks awful


he makes Zach Wison look all-pro


Not even close. Wilson has been downright awful. Lawrence has at least shown some promise. Both are rookies on TERRIBLE teams.


Wilson looks like a little playing quarterback. Lawrence at least has moments where he looks like he knows what he is doing. The whole class has been pretty bad so far.


Trey Lance hasn't played yet. I think he will be the gem of the class.


He's out there a little bit situationally. He does not look lost.


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The thing about Wilson: he looks TINY. Even Baker seems bigger. Maybe it’s just my browns colored glasses


He's a monster compared to the hobbit in Arizona.

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The thing about Wilson: he looks TINY. Even Baker seems bigger. Maybe it’s just my browns colored glasses


He's a monster compared to the hobbit in Arizona.

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If I'm Andrew Berry, I'm calling up the Chargers and propose Mayfield/Beckham for Justin Herbert straight up, do you think that's crazy?

We wouldn't have to play them for another 4 years unless it is playoffs, and we would get a bigger bodied QB built for the AFC North

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If I'm Andrew Berry, I'm calling up the Chargers and propose Mayfield/Beckham for Justin Herbert straight up, do you think that's crazy?

We wouldn't have to play them for another 4 years unless it is playoffs, and we would get a bigger bodied QB built for the AFC North


And the Chargers would hang up the phone and laugh for hours.

Also, the Chargers are in the AFC. We play them way more than every four years.

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If I'm Andrew Berry, I'm calling up the Chargers and propose Mayfield/Beckham for Justin Herbert straight up, do you think that's crazy?

We wouldn't have to play them for another 4 years unless it is playoffs, and we would get a bigger bodied QB built for the AFC North


And the Chargers would hang up the phone and laugh for hours.

Also, the Chargers are in the AFC. We play them way more than every four years.




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Cardinals acquire Ertz from Eagles for 5th-rounder, Gowan
https://www.thescore.com/nfl/news/2200370

The Philadelphia Eagles traded three-time Pro Bowl tight end Zach Ertz to the Arizona Cardinals for a 2022 fifth-round pick and cornerback Tay Gowan, the team announced Friday.

It was reported Thursday the Eagles were receiving trade interest for Ertz and fellow tight end Dallas Goedert amid a disappointing start to the season.

Ertz requested an exit from Philadelphia during the offseason after eight seasons with the NFC East club, but the veteran reversed his decision before the season.

The Cardinals, the NFL's lone undefeated team, needed to bolster their tight end group after Maxx Williams suffered a season-ending knee injury.

Ertz won't be able to make his Arizona debut until Week 7 after playing in the Eagles' Thursday night loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The 30-year-old had four catches for 29 yards and a touchdown in his final game for Philadelphia.

A second-round pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, Ertz quickly established himself as one of the game's top tight ends and the Eagles' most reliable weapon. He produced five straight seasons of over 70 catches from 2015-19, highlighted by a 116-catch, 1,163-yard campaign in 2018.


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