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Which high-priced vets should stay? Which players should go? And which contracts need to be restructured? With the Skins facing a sticky salary cap situation this offseason, we turned to salary cap expert @Jason_OTC for answers. #Redskins https://t.co/Dwc5oaXzZV— Tarik El-Bashir (@Tarik_ElBashir) January 30, 2019
Regarding #Redskins & Alex Smith, the prudent approach would be to defer a decision on Smith until 2020, at which time, they could do a Post June 1 termination, splitting the dead money over 2020 & 2021 when the cap will be 200M+ in both yrs.— J.I. Halsell (@SalaryCap101) January 29, 2019
Yeah y’all forgot about me! Don’t ride the wave when I get comeback player of the year— 2️⃣9️⃣ (@DhaSickest) January 30, 2019
That is the best idea I've heard in a long time ... https://t.co/J21QbokMm0— lisa dillman (@reallisa) January 30, 2019
Yeah, Jackson terminated his agent recently. Pivotal point in his career, too. We’ll see if he’s back in Tampa. Arians is going to give him the hard sell. https://t.co/5cZgdjeaR6— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) January 30, 2019
Biggest way I predict that plays out:— Craig Hoffman (@CraigHoffman) January 29, 2019
When he was just the passing game coordinator, he had very little influence on the run game. Now, he can say “we’re paring down the run game” and “we’re marrying it to our playaction.” These are good things.
Wednesday's @RTDSports front featuring UVA's tight victory over N.C. State. Check out the stories from VCU, Virginia Tech and the Super Bowl online at https://t.co/sIuLiYG6jQ. pic.twitter.com/9k8bbjnarH— Dylan Garner (@DGarnerRTD) January 30, 2019
Schools in Bangkok forced to close over smog. Prayuth finally comes up with odd/even car driving days but his most polluting lorries and industries will keep operating.— ThaiMythbuster (@thaimythbuster) January 30, 2019
More army and less democracy equals more corruption. 2018 was yet another year in which Thailand slipped in the world corruption rankings published by Transparency International. Thailand dropped to 99 (out of 180 countries) down 3 positions. The score was 35 out of 100— ThaiMythbuster (@thaimythbuster) January 30, 2019