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    Re: Anyone interested in these FAs?



    The Ravens aren't going to sign a WR like Tate,Edelman,Maclin,Decker, or Nicks if they sign a WR in the offseason it'll be someone who is cheap and lesser known. If the Ravens take a FS it'll be late in the draft.




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    Re: Anyone interested in these FAs?

    I would love Julian Edelman in the slot for us. How much will he sign for?




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    Quote Originally Posted by RavensNest View Post
    I would love Julian Edelman in the slot for us. How much will he sign for?
    I bet NE keeps him
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    Re: Ihe's available - Brian De La Puente, Center

    Quote Originally Posted by Jsmoove View Post
    honestly i say we turn to the draft we have had success in the past doing so.
    It is good that you can get a top center without using a 1st round pick, but I'd definitely target Alex Mack, Robert Garaza, or maybe Goodwin or De la Puente before relying on the draft.

    The Raven's history drafting centers is not great (Gino, Jason Brown, Chris Chester, etc). Casey Rabach is probably the only center the Ravens drafted that I liked.




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    Re: Ihe's available - Brian De La Puente, Center

    Quote Originally Posted by Jsmoove View Post
    honestly i say we turn to the draft we have had success in the past doing so.
    The best O Lineman the Ravens drafted in the last 6 years was Micheal Oher. Let that sink in for a second.




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    Re: Anyone interested in these FAs?

    Quote Originally Posted by RavensNest View Post
    I would love Julian Edelman in the slot for us. How much will he sign for?
    Quote Originally Posted by runrayrun27 View Post
    I bet NE keeps him
    Agreed.

    I can't see the Pats letting go of their leading receiver two years in a row without Tommi Brady throwing a conniption fit.
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    Re: Anyone interested in these FAs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Raveninwoodlawn View Post
    Have Doom play Suggs rush end spot and have Upshaw on the strong side like we did with JJ.


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    I don't think he's good enough for that role frankly. He isn't anywhere near the force Suggs is in run defense to play that role. Suggs eventually became a better run defender than even JJ after his first couple of seasons in the league.

    Maybe a switch to the 4-3 with Dumervil playing the role he did in Denver, with McPhee the other side? It would be a huge change for the defense, but we have to think outside the box here.




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    Re: Ihe's available - Brian De La Puente, Center

    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Blevins View Post
    It is good that you can get a top center without using a 1st round pick, but I'd definitely target Alex Mack, Robert Garaza, or maybe Goodwin or De la Puente before relying on the draft.

    The Raven's history drafting centers is not great (Gino, Jason Brown, Chris Chester, etc). Casey Rabach is probably the only center the Ravens drafted that I liked.
    Jason Brown was pretty good for the Ravens.




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    Re: Ihe's available - Brian De La Puente, Center

    Quote Originally Posted by CptJesus View Post
    The best O Lineman the Ravens drafted in the last 6 years was Micheal Oher. Let that sink in for a second.
    I think KO will prove to be a very good guard. How people soon forget easily, even if it was the superbowl run.




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    Re: Anyone interested in these FAs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Raveninwoodlawn View Post
    Have Doom play Suggs rush end spot and have Upshaw on the strong side like we did with JJ.


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    That was probably the long term plan when they signed Doom. Doom though is no Suggs. I'm not sure how he'll do without a good pass rusher complimenting him.
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    Re: Anyone interested in these FAs?

    I'd consider cutting Suggs for an Alex Mack or Jarius Byrd tbh




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    Re: Ihe's available - Brian De La Puente, Center

    Quote Originally Posted by CptJesus View Post
    The best O Lineman the Ravens drafted in the last 6 years was Micheal Oher. Let that sink in for a second.
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    Re: Anyone interested in these FAs?

    Quote Originally Posted by arnie_uk View Post
    I'd consider cutting Suggs for an Alex Mack or Jarius Byrd tbh
    Jairus Byrd paired with Matt Elam would be disgusting.

    However, I have a feeling that Byrd wants to go play for his former college coach: Chip Kelly.
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    I think cutting Suggs is going to be a huge topic for discussion at the castle these next couple of weeks.

    We have Doom, Upshaw, Simon, Hamilton at OLB/DE going into next year without Suggs




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    Re: Anyone interested in these FAs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Spider Webb View Post
    I think cutting Suggs is going to be a huge topic for discussion at the castle these next couple of weeks.

    We have Doom, Upshaw, Simon, Hamilton at OLB/DE going into next year without Suggs
    And who knows how Pernell McPhee plays into that...is he an OLB? A DE? An under-tackle?

    They need to find a spot for him and let him be.
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