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The ESPN Digital squad does it again, with a brilliant, fun-to-look-at presentation that amplifies the genius of @billbarnwell ... Predicting NFL offseason dominoes: 7 free agents who could cause ripples https://t.co/VNI65QHeOm— Rob King (@ESPN_RobKing) February 11, 2019
Yeah I dont see them paying big for anyone. Flacco not a name I’ve heard mentioned for example. Still a cool thing he did.— John Keim (@john_keim) February 12, 2019
This right here, from Julian Edelman to @peter_king for his FMIA column, exactly encapsulates how the #Patriots build their teams. And why a roster w/ just two Pro Bowlers and fewer stars than a huge chunk of the league just won its franchise’s sixth Super Bowl. pic.twitter.com/6tQkRxzyW7— Aditi Kinkhabwala (@AKinkhabwala) February 11, 2019
Lots of personnel guys said, Gosh! If only Russell Wilson had been 6'2", we would have taken him in the top of the first round where his talent dictated!— Doug Farrar (@NFL_DougFarrar) February 11, 2019
Don't be that guy this time around. Select Kyler Murray where his talent dictates.
About half of the NFL’s teams should be making QB moves this offseason, whether to address an immediate need or plan for the future.@jjones9 breaks down the moves each team should consider https://t.co/qOyhzcc09c— The MMQB (@theMMQB) February 11, 2019
Vintage Trent Richardson stat line pic.twitter.com/7V0GL0f6f9— Big Cat (@BarstoolBigCat) February 10, 2019
From NFL perspective the most interesting aspect of AAF probably innovations like this. Free test to see what works for the game and fans. https://t.co/vt9QkhS8Y5— Ben Standig (@BenStandig) February 10, 2019
The AAF is showing that football can work:— SB Nation NFL (@SBNationNFL) February 11, 2019
-without extra points
-with efficient replay
-in less than three hours
Even if the only legacy of the AAF is some innovations that the stodgy NFL incorporates, we still all win (I do have a feeling the AAF might do OK on its own though). https://t.co/m5nNRokOSH— Frank Schwab (@YahooSchwab) February 11, 2019
Steve Spurrier won yet another coaching debut, this time with the Orlando Apollos. "Even won with the Redskins,” he said. “That’s not easy to do.” https://t.co/lwMRwkd7tp— Dan Steinberg (@dcsportsbog) February 11, 2019
David Boston stuff. First worry is absolutely flexible and soft tissue injures. https://t.co/8d6bpfoTkl— Matt Miller (@nfldraftscout) February 12, 2019
My Kyler Murray report pic.twitter.com/CHRE5PN1mM— Daniel Jeremiah (@MoveTheSticks) February 12, 2019
I think he would and it's not exclusively his decision.— Craig Hoffman (@CraigHoffman) February 11, 2019
Here's the thing with the #Redskins and Murray: he solves the "dead franchise" problem. He has pop. He has spark. He will put butts in seats.
If the football people think he can play, he's the best guy they can take. https://t.co/RHUei4NsHT
Tress Way finished with the 7th highest punting grade at 69.2, he had the third most punts inside the 20 with 43 and the most punts downed without a return with 19. That’s still very impressive. https://t.co/x1NkZTn3Ck— PFF WAS Redskins (@PFF_Redskins) February 11, 2019
"I missed out on all the experience playing with these guys, but it’s a blessing because I was able to get my body right. I feel like I’m five times stronger than I was probably heading into the season."— Washington Redskins (@Redskins) February 12, 2019
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If I own a sports team, I'd want to win. And I would want to win badly. I'm competitive like that. But, I'd tell my personnel team that we would try to win without a single person who hits or kicks a woman on the roster.— Rich Eisen (@richeisen) February 11, 2019
But that's just me.