Titans express interest in Elvis Dumervil

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by KyTitansFan, Mar 16, 2013.

  1. ImATitan

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    I'm pretty sure we have like 5 million in cap space, which is about the amount that needs to be put aside for the rookie pool.
  2. Cajun_Titan_33

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    I think currently we are over. Lol. We still have cuts to make though.
  3. titansfan769

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    Idk if there are any moves we can make but Dumervil hated his offer from Denver and is going to be working out for teams starting today/tomorrow. I would love for us to be in the mix and he should command something like 5years-$35M/6 years-$40M
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  4. RavensShallBurn

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    Nice call on Dumervil's contract. He was given the exact same contract as Kamerion Wimbley which pisses me off.

    FWIW, 5 year/$35mil is exactly what I said we'd offer Wimbley as well, and I definitely wanted us to sign him. Wish we hadn't now though.

    I honestly thought Dumervil would get closer to $8.5mil a year.
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  5. Tennessy XO

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    Baltimore? He went to the rebuilding team in the hood?

    Honestly, anyone ever been to Baltimore? It is up there with Detroit in shitty cities that resemble war zones.

    DE @ #10
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  7. RavensShallBurn

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    Yes, Baltimore is a POS city. It is a warzone. I have a friend who's from there. I was on the phone with him and I could hear gunshots in the background, and he was pretty accustomed to it. It was no big deal to him. He did GTFO of there though.

    I have family that live outside the city in a nicer area, but I don't think I'll ever go back to Baltimore - even if the Titans are playing a big game there.

    I survived the 2004 playoff game there. Not gonna push my luck any further.
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  8. JCBRAVE

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    Good, glad he's signed, I couldn't believe we were ever even in it to begin, glad we can move to the next thing, I hate waiting for players to make up their minds
  9. memphis_raven

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    Obviously you haven't been there in the past 25 years. Inner Harbour is one of the nicest areas in the northeast. And no rednecks with bibles and guns.
    And rebuilding? They'll easily win 10+ games again next year
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