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    Re: Daryl Smith?



    Smith is a UFA, so Ravens wouldn't have been interested until after June 1.

    Now that June 1 has passed, signing him won't factor into Comp pick calculation.
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    Re: Daryl Smith?

    Quote Originally Posted by B-more Ravor View Post
    Smith is a UFA, so Ravens wouldn't have been interested until after June 1.

    Now that June 1 has passed, signing him won't factor into Comp pick calculation.
    Post June 1st = Ozzie bargain hunting time




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    Former Jaguars starting LB Darryl Smith is on the Ravens' radar for potential addition, per sources. No deal yet, but mutual interest there
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    Quote Originally Posted by 13ub View Post
    Its official...he will sign tomorrow. ...he's been there since last night
    Aaron Wilson reporting interest on Twitter. Nice inside tip 13ub welcome to the forum.




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    Re: Daryl Smith?

    I wonder if this tips their hand regarding mcclains injury, or if this is just a typical Ozzie bargain move for depth.




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    Alright, who the hell is this guy, showing up randomly with inside information.
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    Great addition if true. I wonder if this means the coaches arent 100% about Jameel McClain's neck?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bt12483 View Post
    I wonder if this tips their hand regarding mcclains injury, or if this is just a typical Ozzie bargain move for depth.
    If Rolando McClain hadn't gone back to Alabama, this wouldn't be an issue. However, the knucklehead went anyway and now this is an issue.

    Truth be told, this doesn't even mean that he'd start over Arthur Brown. This would ensure depth, more than anything else. If Brown isn't ready, he can sit behind a veteran, getting his reps here and there. If Brown is ready, he'll have a fresh veteran behind him down the stretch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Excellector View Post
    Alright, who the hell is this guy, showing up randomly with inside information.
    Same thing happened with suggs injury. Some dude just showed up and was dead on.




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    Quote Originally Posted by The Excellector View Post
    Alright, who the hell is this guy, showing up randomly with inside information.
    Hahah I laughed really hard at this post.

    Great addition if true. Definitely not a good sign for McClain. Smith beside Brown wouldn't be too shabby though
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    I'm not even sure there is a need to refrain from hand-tipping with Jameel McClain. He's already been on the open market once, and that was when he was healthy. Outside of some peanuts Denver was willing to offer him, he heard crickets.
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    I don't think there is anything to read into about McClain. If Ozzie thinks X player will help the team at his price, he'll sign him. Who starts depends on who the coaches feel give them the best shot.




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    Could also be insurance for Arthur Brown. We all hope he plays amazing, but he IS a rookie. So having a veteran presence to team up with Jameel McClain and allowing Arthur Brown to rotate in to start his career wouldn't be a bad thing.
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    Would be a solid addition.


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    Wait a minute lol.....depth....we're talking about a guy who has 2+ years of elite football left...maybe I misunderstood u but I believe he's being brought in to start




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