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Mychal Kendricks

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Me no likey

I own Kirksey in every league where i own Kendricks - so its double trouble for me

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2 hours ago, tkrull said:

To the Browns...yuck.  Seems like a crowded LB room.  So how do you all think this will shake out?

Ian Rappaport thinks he's going to be part of a heavy rotation..

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Kendricks can make more than $3M in 2018, a nice payday in June. With as many packages as they’ll play, the #Browns will be able to utilize Collins, Kirksey, Kendricks and the Pro Bowler Joe Schobert.

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The club drafted Genard Avery in the fifth round and seemed set with Joe Shobert but they got caught short last year when Jamie Collins went down and they really needed depth and could use a vet.   Mychal was too-good to pass up and even though Joe Schobert went to the Pro Bowl.  Kendricks can play inside or outside same with Kirksey.  Collins isn't coming off the field.  

My best guess is they will rotate Schobert and give Kirksey a breather at times.  Kendricks will play and might even beat out Schobert.

Good signing for the Browns, they needed a vet who can be the utility man to play both inside and outside for depth and even compete to start in the middle.  

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^ Saw that after digging more. Just weird. Way to make your new club feel special. 

 

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5 hours ago, Bracie Smathers said:

Ian Rappaport thinks he's going to be part of a heavy rotation..

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Kendricks can make more than $3M in 2018, a nice payday in June. With as many packages as they’ll play, the #Browns will be able to utilize Collins, Kirksey, Kendricks and the Pro Bowler Joe Schobert.

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The club drafted Genard Avery in the fifth round and seemed set with Joe Shobert but they got caught short last year when Jamie Collins went down and they really needed depth and could use a vet.   Mychal was too-good to pass up and even though Joe Schobert went to the Pro Bowl.  Kendricks can play inside or outside same with Kirksey.  Collins isn't coming off the field.  

My best guess is they will rotate Schobert and give Kirksey a breather at times.  Kendricks will play and might even beat out Schobert.

Good signing for the Browns, they needed a vet who can be the utility man to play both inside and outside for depth and even compete to start in the middle.  

Good for the Browns, brutal for IDP owners.  

Collins has never been a tackle machine, he's gonna have to make it up to his owners in big plays.  

Tough to figure how the rest of the snaps will break down.  

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It looks like the Saints LB core from last year. No idea how it would shake out until late into camp/pre-season and no guarantee it wouldn't change through the season, anyway. Best guess right now is Kendricks is depth, especially given the young age of Schobert & Kirksey. 

Personally, I had added and stashed Kendricks last season and just dropped him to trim my roster to where it needs to be. Too much guessing and too many other targets for my waiver wire darts. I am deep at LB, though, which makes it easier. 

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Has he admitted he's a Brown yet?

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The first step to recovery is admitting it, right?

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Many speculated he would be a perfect signing for the Steelers considering they missed out on trading up for a MLB but it never happened.

Kendricks is apparently known to be a flake.

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...Which speaks to Kendricks’ – ahem -- quirkiness.

He preferred joining an 0-16 team rather than prolonging his agony as a defrocked starter on a Super Bowl winner.

Kendricks also reacted strangely angrily to reports over the weekend that he was joining the Browns. In one brief interview, he denied the reports with more bleeps than in a Comedy Central Roast. He tweeted at NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport, who originally broke the story: “You will never have my respect.”

One long-time Philadelphia newspaperman described Kendricks thusly: “Flakiest guy I’ve ever covered. Very elusive guy to interview and gives head-scratching answers when you do corner him. Good luck.”

 

 

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This guy is going to feature in most of my pre season cut downs I think.

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