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    Re: Bobbie Williams cut



    Thanks for the effort Bobbie! He was only here a year but he became a favorite of mine quickly.




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    Re: Bobbie Williams cut

    Quote Originally Posted by LukeDaniel View Post
    That's not really accurate. That's a number without even using all 51 spots that we are required to use.

    That also doesn't factor in any of the ERFA tenders or RFA tenders. Once Pitta/Jones/Dickson get their tenders, and all the ERFA guys (Anthony Allen, Omar Cook, Josh Bynes, Bobby Rainey, Damien Berry, Adrian Hamilton, Bryan Hall, Anthony Levine) we should have in the $5.3-$5.8 million range.

    All my calculations from the earlier thread already factored in Williams' imminent release. Ravor has our projected free space at just shy of $5.3 based on his most recent article. My calculations just working from memory were a tad higher in the $5.7 range. We are somewhere in that neighborhood....and certainly nowhere near $12 million in free cap space.
    Actually your wrong, we do have around what leach said, right now today, considering that's what he was talking about.




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    Re: Bobbie Williams cut

    Quote Originally Posted by arnie_uk View Post
    Actually your wrong, we do have around what leach said, right now today, considering that's what he was talking about.
    Thats what I'm on about, right now thats what our cap is, obviously it will go down once we tender our players.




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    Re: Bobbie Williams cut

    Quote Originally Posted by JoeCool5 View Post
    He always had a smile on his face, and was one of the first to go over to guys like Rice after they scored. I am happy a guy like that won a ring.
    exactly. i always saw him bigging up whoever when they made a play. what a great team mate.




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    Re: Bobbie Williams cut

    He always seemed to have a lot of fun out there. And he was the first to run out to Ray Lewis after his victory formation dance against the colts. Glad Bobbie got his ring after suffering in Cincy all those years.




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    Quote Originally Posted by ballhawk View Post
    He always seemed to have a lot of fun out there. And he was the first to run out to Ray Lewis after his victory formation dance against the colts. Glad Bobbie got his ring after suffering in Cincy all those years.
    Ditto. I think he retires with a nice piece of jewelry.




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    Re: Bobbie Williams cut

    Anyone think we may draft a guard in the later rounds to give us more depth, especially since we don't have a lot of cap? I'm pulling for Barret Jones who could battle for the C position as well as be a solid backup at LG/RG/RT. Although, we would have to use a much higher draft pick.




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    Re: Bobbie Williams cut

    I had hopes for Justin Boren @ OG, but I think the Ravens let him go (Lions ?) ... Bc




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    Quote Originally Posted by Iscull View Post
    Anyone think we may draft a guard in the later rounds to give us more depth, especially since we don't have a lot of cap? I'm pulling for Barret Jones who could battle for the C position as well as be a solid backup at LG/RG/RT. Although, we would have to use a much higher draft pick.
    IMO it's not the biggest need right now with Yanda and KO starting and having Reid, Cornell and Harewood as back-ups. But who knows what Ozzie is going to do. I'm sure if he sees someone falls in the later round he'll jump on the best player.




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    Quote Originally Posted by BigPlayReceiver View Post
    Search and take a look at Bobbie celebrating on the field after the SB. Pure elation.
    I felt really good for him. That was pure raw emotion right there




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    Re: Bobbie Williams cut

    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    Bobbie Williams is a class guy. You could tell how much that ring meant to him after a career with a horrible organization. Good luck Bobbie in whatever you do.
    Ouch!
    Quote Originally Posted by JoeCool5 View Post
    He always had a smile on his face, and was one of the first to go over to guys like Rice after they scored. I am happy a guy like that won a ring.
    Quote Originally Posted by pslholder96 View Post
    I felt really good for him. That was pure raw emotion right there
    Bobbie was well loved by fans and teammates when he was here. A truly great guy. Have a wonderful life, Bobbie.
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    Re: Bobbie Williams cut

    Dude is a Super Bowl champion for life.




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    I didnt like the move when we thought hed be a starter but i think he fit his role good enough. Cant have anything bad to say about him as a man. Seemed like a great teammate and i wish him well.
    -JAB




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    Re: Bobbie Williams cut

    I do not think anyone is surprised that he was cut. But I still echo the sentiments posted here. He definitely seemed like a great teammate.
    I'm normally not a praying man, but if you're up there, please save me Superman!




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    Re: Bobbie Williams cut

    yeah, as much as we didn't want him on the field, seeing his reaction at the playoff wins and SB win was worth it. He was probably a great mentor to KO as well.

    Salute Bobbie. Salute.
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