Marcus Gilbert re-signed

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  1. Cardiac

    Cardiac Registered User

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    So the Up to is a key point. He would have to remain healthy and start a certain amount of games to earn that money. My guess he is getting around the league minimum and if he starts and stays healthy then he gets the money. Paying 3.75 mil for a starting OT in the NFL is a freaking steal.
     
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    All this does is ensure that we do not HAVE to take an OT at 8. It doesn't prevent us from doing so if the player we want is gone. Essentially, if Wills is the best OT available, they can trade back or take another position.
     
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    He said he's progressing in his rehab on schedule.
     
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    I'm good with re-signing Gilbert. Before the injury he was supposed to be the starter at right tackle.
     
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    Hyperbole
     
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    I see no problem with a cheap, incentive-laden contract for a potential starting lineman. At worst, he's depth.
     
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    Welp I predicted a free agent WR or RT and then the opposite round 1. Let's see if I am close.
     
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    Back to Lamb.
     
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    Subtract the QB's and he is consistently in the top 5.
     
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    Yeah so was the Boz, Wadsworth, Ryan Leaf and several others.
    I am actually beginning to think Ruggs might be more likely.
     
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    I can't imagine a draft scenario I'd be more mad at. I'm sure there's ways, but skipping over the franchise QB's top guy for who has been the third WR through most of the draft process screams Keim thinking he's smarter than everyone else.
     
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    While I would personally want Lamb over Ruggs, what would you say if they did trade back, picked up a 2nd and still got 1 of the top 3 WRs (even if that is Ruggs)?
     
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  13. Proximo

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    He has the speed you want though to free up Hopkins.

    I am thinking it would most likely be a trade back a few spots pick.
     
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    Wadsworth was a case of injuries that derailed his career, no way of predicting that. Ryan Leaf was a head case. There's plenty of guys who project to be studs that fulfill that projection.
     
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    K2 & Keim made it clear that he was the best O-Lineman in camp last year. If he's at a minimum salary with incentives..... who can argue with this?

    I really think we are drafting Lamb now.
     

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