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Saccopoo Memorial Draft Forum>Offseason additions outside of the draft
O.city 02:16 PM 12-21-2018
Not a good thread for the lounge yet, still some season to go but thought it would be an interesting idea here.

Yeah, we have the draft and free agency but one place you can make some hay is trading picks for guys on other teams obviously. But more directly, from teams that have decided to blow up the coaching staff and front office and make system changes. So guys that maybe don't necessarily fit the new style of defense or what not.

It looks like the Cardinals and the Jets are going full on meltdown rebuild. The 9ers may fire their DC and make some changes there.

Who is everyone looking at in these situations, player wise?

One big name for me from the Jets would be Leonard Williams. High pick that's maybe underwhelmed a bit that would be a great fit here.
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The Pest 03:00 PM 12-21-2018
I'd still be looking at taking a shot at Hassan Reddick from the Cardinals.
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pugsnotdrugs19 04:37 PM 12-21-2018
I don’t see them getting rid of Williams and even if they did, he’s almost due for a payday.
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kccrow 07:10 PM 12-21-2018
Free agents you see alot of in my mocks and I might comment more there later but just thought I'd throw out some possible trade targets.

DT Robert Nkemdiche (ARZ) - Didn't do shit his first 2 years in the league as a 1st round pick but seems to be turning it on now. He is going into his final year of his deal but has that option year. If the Cards don't feel he's progressed fast enough or to a good enough level, he'd be a nice "reclamation project" of sorts.

CB Patrick Peterson (ARZ) - I don't believe the trade winds have stopped blowing on him. He has two pretty solid years from a cap perspective left on his deal and would net them a decent draft pick.

CB A.J. Bouye (JAX) - Could save the Jags 9.5m against this year's cap and would transfer over 13.0m per season for the next 3 seasons if traded. He's 27 and one of the better CBs in the NFL.

DE Malik Jackson (JAX) - Could save the Jags 11.0m against the cap and would transfer over 13.0m next year and then 13.75m per season for the next 2 seasons. He's 28.

DE/OLB Noah Spence (TB) - Won't save the Bucs much, just 1.27m, but he's a big reclamation project at this point. He had 5.5 sacks his rookie year but was injured his first 2 seasons and really hasn't seen the field much in year 2 and 3. He has a cheap year left before his option year and could be worth a conditional 7th rounder in a future year to see if he can be turned around.

OC Jason Kelce (PHI) - Would save Philadelphia 6.5m against the cap. One of the better centers in the NFL, he's 31 and carries cap charges of 6.5 and 7.0m over the next 2 seasons.
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pugsnotdrugs19 07:18 PM 12-21-2018
Sign me up for A.J. Bouye all fucking day.

That would give us a TON more draft flexibility by adding a proven #1 corner ahead of time. If you can somehow swing him and Earl Thomas both, you’ve got an awesome secondary on your hands.

All of this pending the dismissal of Bob Sutton.
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Chargem 06:17 AM 12-22-2018
Originally Posted by pugsnotdrugs19:
Sign me up for A.J. Bouye all fucking day.

That would give us a TON more draft flexibility by adding a proven #1 corner ahead of time. If you can somehow swing him and Earl Thomas both, you’ve got an awesome secondary on your hands.

All of this pending the dismissal of Bob Sutton.
I don't think there's the cap room for both of them unless you're definitely letting either Chris Jones or Tyreek Hill go, or creating ridiculous cap situations in 2020
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O.city 09:20 AM 12-22-2018
I think Peterson is definitely elsewhere next year

Bouye is an interesting name but I’m guessing they end up moving Ramsey instead as it doesn’t seem they wanna pay him. He’s a mouth but damn he’s good.

The chiefs could move a pick for him and Peterson and sign Thomas.

Hingo
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RunKC 11:41 AM 12-22-2018
You know who would be a great fit here that probably wouldn’t cost much? Cordarelle Patterson.

He’s making $3.25 million this season.

With Conley leaving (I think he’ll make some nice $$ in FA) and Watkins being made of glass, it would be great to get this guy for a 2 year deal paying him an avg of 5 or so million a year.
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pugsnotdrugs19 11:51 AM 12-22-2018
Originally Posted by RunKC:
You know who would be a great fit here that probably wouldn’t cost much? Cordarelle Patterson.

He’s making $3.25 million this season.

With Conley leaving (I think he’ll make some nice $$ in FA) and Watkins being made of glass, it would be great to get this guy for a 2 year deal paying him an avg of 5 or so million a year.
He seems like a lost cause at WR. Looks like more of a runningback.
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Chargem 12:11 PM 12-22-2018
Originally Posted by pugsnotdrugs19:
He seems like a lost cause at WR. Looks like more of a runningback.
Andy could definitely find a way to use him though.
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pugsnotdrugs19 06:06 PM 12-22-2018
Originally Posted by Chargem:
Andy could definitely find a way to use him though.
We need a 3rd WR who can beat man coverage with decent consistency. Right now we’ve got Hill and Watkins to do that, but Watkins isn’t too reliable because of injuries and he’ll be gone after 2019.
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Tribal Warfare 07:49 PM 12-22-2018
Originally Posted by kccrow:

OC Jason Kelce (PHI) - Would save Philadelphia 6.5m against the cap. One of the better centers in the NFL, he's 31 and carries cap charges of 6.5 and 7.0m over the next 2 seasons.
That would be an easy addition considering the obvious Travis influence
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Chargem 04:55 AM 12-23-2018
Originally Posted by pugsnotdrugs19:
We need a 3rd WR who can beat man coverage with decent consistency. Right now we’ve got Hill and Watkins to do that, but Watkins isn’t too reliable because of injuries and he’ll be gone after 2019.
I agree he probably wouldn't be the 3rd WR, he'd fill the DAT gadget kind of role, plus he'd slot into a lot of the kind of sweeps that Watkins was running if Watkins gets injured next season as well.

I hope we keep Kelvin Benjamin on a cheap incentive driven deal as the 3rd WR who can beat man. I was hoping for a 3rd round draft pick up but I think that maybe goes RB now.
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O.city 09:39 AM 12-23-2018
I’d flip a 5th to the cowboys for Sean Lee and hope he could stay healthy
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UChieffyBugger 08:11 PM 12-24-2018
Ronald Darby and Bashaud Breeland are both free agents In the offseason and I would be inclined to bring them in. They are both experienced and shouldn't cost too much I'd imagine. And of course, it will be interesting to see what the Giants do with Landon Collins. He's set to be a free agent himself.
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