BR: Most likely landing spots for Patrick Peterson.

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  1. LoyaltyisaCurse

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    Peterson is washed. Keim could’ve traded him two years ago for a first round pick when he was still living off reputation.
     
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    The way the Bidwell operate isn't a key for the success, but i didn't reinvent the wheel, the legacy speak for itself
    Too much gratitude, at the end of the day is a business, no trading peterson after ped/dropped performances, 11 mil to Fitzgerald, keim keeping the job after DUI and lying to an officer when other kids where released for less sever felonies or even not caught committing a crime
    Isnt clearly a business man
     
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    Yup. Unless we pay him waaaaay too much $$&
     
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    No. But he’s still relatively young and if he is we blew it letting him walk. Not an enviable position. I think that’s why you tag him to see if he can replicate it.
     
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    Stats back up what we saw, PP is no longer close to what PP is in his own mind. Or his resume.
     
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    Lol. Yeah something isn’t right there.
     
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    Lol. No dude, it means that the stats aren’t accurate.
     
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    I'm at the point where I don't think next year even matters, but I sure think people will be surprised with how much worse it can actually get. I guess we'll see when we trot the likes of Gareon Conley out there at CB1 alongside a rookie.
     
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    In almost every subject u trying to see it darker then it really is
    Can u explain what are the risks moving on from p21(shell of himself) , and adding a solid veteran cb and a high draft pick?
     
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    2 years/23 mil or thanks for the memories.
     
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    I don't think there are solid veteran CBs available. I think they all are really bad. We need to draft a rookie or two no matter what, but if you're looking for a young, solid, #1 CB, this isn't the year in free agency, barring a surprise cap casualty.

    And yeah, it's easy to be dark when the team just had an epic collapse down the stretch, has a ton of holes again, and doesn't have much money to fix it.

    Edit: Let me just say, I don't think William Jackson will be available. The Bengals have too much cap space. He would be an adequate player if free.
     
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    Check the list before saying they are not solid
    In the next free agency there are 7/8 players more solid then p21, but very likely 10 /12 cause the fall of his performances
     

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