Ty Law coming to visit

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  1. theprizdfighter

    theprizdfighter Newb to the 19.5°

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    Too much $. I'd rather use Sirmon and Volek to get Schaub.
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  2. titandude24

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    All this spending the first year we have money is getting me kind of worried. Will this create problems in the near future?
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  3. Gunny

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    i think we get a tonne back from the dead money from Rolle, Mason, Carter and Schulters next season.
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  4. Starkiller

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    Rolle, Mason, and Carter are already off the books.

    Schulters does count $2.4M this year and then he's off. Hopkins is $6.5M this year and then he's gone.

    And then, of course, you have McNair who (as of now) is about $23.5M this year and then he's off the books.
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  5. VolnTitan

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    Just don't see the fascination with Schaub.
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  6. metal957

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    What is all the talk of releasing Sirmon lets get something out him by trading him for a 3rd or 4th
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  7. Gunny

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    neither do i.
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  8. dg1979us

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    The fascination with Schaub is you could work out a trade for him, a QB who looks to have loads of potential, and in the process still keep the 3rd pick. I dont understand why that isnt more appealing than spending the 3rd pick on a QB, and not being able to spend that pick on another played.

    Its simple Schaub and keep the 3rd pick, or Leinart and lose out on another big time player. It all comes down to if you think Schaub has as much potential as Leinart, and me personally, I think he does. He is bigger, more mobile, and has a better arm, but its all how you project the guys as future starters. I personally see nothing special about Leinart.
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  9. Vigsted

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    A 32 year old overpaid CB? No thanks. Might as well sign Deion Sanders... I don't doubt Ty Law is still playing well, but in all likelyhood he won't be for more than a few years.

    We already signed one stopgap player (Mawae) to provide leadership, we don't need Law as a shorttem solution, let Pac and Hill learn by doing.
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  10. LazyManJackson

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    For the love of HP Sauce don't buy him
    Too much squid, too much mouth and too much penalties.
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