Don't forget the three time, three time, three time, defending champs, the Oakland Raiders who are now reported to be 6-10 mil. under the cap, room to bricng in an impact player (maybe Hugh Douglas), and make some moves on draft day to get another impact player there. The Aging roster may have one more run in it.
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Originally posted by WhitebaconMeh...The Chiefs are also making a major push for Douglas as well. It will be funny when the Raiders have the Ageless Wonders contracts on the books long after they are gone.
Wow, now I get a topic for a speech in... uhm, speech: Explaining the Salary Cap. Like I had anything better to work with.
The Broncos also got Daryl Gardener but lost Denard Walker and Tyrone Poole (no real losses actually)......I'm still surprised that Emmitt hasn't surfaced in silver & black yet........Hugh Douglas will wind up in KC - the NYG are just upping the price that Philly would have to pay to keep him - the NYG want Hugh out of the Division.......a healthy Daryl Boston is a definite upgrade over Chris Conway - Brees will have himself a nice target........I'm looking forward to my Donkeys taking back the Division Title next fall
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Jack Tatum, former Oakland Raiders safety, was 61. Harry Galbreath, veteran offensive lineman (played in GB from 1993-95, as well as elsewhere) was just 45. Wow. Condolences to both men's families. Sad day for the NFL.