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GregR last won the day on February 13 2016

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  1. Texans sign QB McCarron to back up Watson The Texans on Tuesday signed quarterback AJ McCarron to a one-year, $3 million deal, a source confirmed to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
  2. Ryan Griffin could be cut now and save $2.7m on the cap. Texans also have tackle Jordan Mills and quarterback A.J. McCarron visiting today. Mills was a 3 year starter for the Bills, so there's the Gaine angle there. Also reportedly showing interest in OT Donald Penn.
  3. Right, it's an issue. But wasn't a money issue. I wonder if BOB thinks he can get away with a bunch of mid-tier offensive linemen like New England has for so long. Where I think the presence of Brady had a lot to do with that, but also I think some of was scheme adjustments and coaching. He probably feels he can do the latter part at least, if I had to guess.
  4. I guess I'd say this... if you gave me an NFL team I would aim to build my team in the draft and with a few solid trades. I'd spend my money retaining players and then try to only augment with role players in free agency. If I can get a foundational gem in free agency I would do it. Someone like Mathieu at the price last year is a great example, but what he got paid this year isn't as far as I know (never did see the first 2 year contract details to say for sure). Or Johnathan Joseph is a great example. Of course we can point to some other people here or around the league that we thought were going to turn out that way who didn't. So I'm not horribly against what they are doing this year. I think if they stick with it long term, put the money to use re-signing their own players, that's the model I'd prefer. It also means you have to draft well. We won't know for a few years where this new regime lands there. But I get that it's nice when you hear that splash signing. I feel the same way.
  5. To be fair, Duane Brown wanted out of town for two years at least in part because he felt slighted by lack of support for the protests. Brandon Brooks hated the culture under O'Brien and was never going to re-sign. Those weren't really money issues, but culture/locker room clash issues. Jones I don't know of any issues. Might have been strictly money.
  6. Ex-Broncos CB Roby to sign deal with Texans Former Broncos cornerback Bradley Roby told 9News in Denver that he intends to sign a one-year, $10 million contract with the Houston Texans. He told 9News that he turned down a three-year offer from the Pittsburgh Steelers and a one-year offer with the San Francisco 49ers.
  7. Summing up the movie in 5 words. Very spoiler heavy.
  8. Liked the movie a lot. Pace was fine. A few decent laughs. Some decent action. Good sound track. Was entertained by it. That's what it's about.
  9. 2019 opponents. Home games: Denver Broncos Oakland Raiders New England Patriots Atlanta Falcons Carolina Panthers Colts Jaguars Titans Road games: Kansas City Chiefs Los Angeles Chargers Baltimore Ravens New Orleans Saints Tampa Bay Buccaneers Colts Jaguars Titans There might only be one or two weak opponents in that whole schedule.
  10. I don't know what advice to give CC. I don't think I can relate to your son enough to say what might have worked with me in such a situation. But have long enjoyed hearing tales of clowns and cars from you and admire what you've done raising your family. Hope it works out for the best.
  11. "The joint investigation found that Reid's claims about the number of times he had been tested since signing with the Panthers were not accurate, sources told ESPN." When the NFLPA agrees that Reid's claims about how often he was tested were not accurate, that's at least moderately convincing.
  12. Yes, agree that Colts likely could have scored more than they did if it had been more needed.