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  2. The only series I would be interested in would be a Kuby series starring Bill Burr
  3. I wonder if he is going to yell "KOBE!" every time he runs it this year.
  4. Signs….that he’s being told by the same people who told him how good the "offense” was doing in joint practices last year against the 9th ranked defense. But those people didn’t tell him that Hurts took off and ran in 7v7 drills this year. Weird.
  5. So you only used the term "offense” when talking about how they dominated the 9th ranked defense in a practice. An offense lead by Hurts? But you didn’t praise Hurts? Is that what you’re saying?
  6. From https://franchisesports.co.uk/nfl-injured-reserve-explained/ How long does a player have to stay on injured reserve? Players have to stay on the injured reserve for as long as they need to heal. They have a four-week window to be promoted back to the active roster the week after they start practicing again. If that doesn’t happen or the player suffers a setback, then he must be shut down for the remainder of the season. I imagine they could IR Strong and see what - if anything happens - with Minshew or Sinnett. Minshew is in all likelihood gone after this year. Spotrac shows Sinnett as an ERFA next year so he's likely to be around unless he's traded. If he looks good in preseason this year one never knows.
  7. To Kobe? Nah - I’d say he was good enough to be mentioned in the same breath as Hurts
  8. The fall of the salary cap era, brought down solely because of Christian Kirk
  9. Again, I'll need a quote of me "acting angry". Until then it's just you saying random things to me. If anything, I'm embarrassed for you and that you have such a weak understanding of what's going on here.
  10. They waited to do the surgery from the beginning. He got hurt in June 2019 and thought a throwing program they set up would be the better option (it’s almost never the case that works for a pitcher). Usually when you have an elbow/ucl injury with a pitcher that thing doesn’t get better unless you get the surgery. Tends to be a ticking time bomb where it’ll eventually either completely tear or get worse. The reason why they ran into the issues with Covid. He had the same discomfort it in March 2020 in spring training and dr. Andrews said he needed surgery then. Again normally pitchers with a UCL injury rarely recover fully or back to form without surgery. That’s where they screwed up. They should’ve had that done back when all of us on here said that was the inevitable outcome (i believe Jayson stark that 2019 year said he was eventually going to need it. I remember cause Mike miss asked him about it when it happened and then again before the season ended)
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  12. Oddly, the new WR salaries could be the tipping point. If your QB and top 2 WRs eat up say, 40% of your cap, when do the other positions say enough? I have to imagine that youth would want to funnel into being a QB and WR more than ever, which is what the owners are hoping for
  13. Covey was a pretty good slot receiver and gadget guy at Utah, as a sophomore he had 21 rushes to go along with 60 catches and 2 passing tds I think he could fill that same role for the eagles as a return guy a slot and a gadget guy running jet sweeps.
  14. I'm sure I probably used the term "offense." But please show me where I was praising Hurts. I was excited about the plays Smith, Reagor, and Watkins were making. I've already acknowledged that my excitement for Reagor based on practice highlights proved to be premature. I mean, if you want to shame me for that, go ahead. But I was not high on Hurts last offseason, nor was I praising him specifically. He did surprise me in week 1, but then he was beginning to lose me again in the next 6 weeks or so (see my post history for verification). I was ready to see what Minshew had to offer at that point. But Hurts, IMO, finally began showing encouraging signs and I'm somewhat optimistic about him right now. Even though I wasn't high on Hurts at this time last year does not mean I didn't support him. Wentz was gone and I moved on. Hurts didn't do anything in his rookie season that made me think he should have started games over Wentz --- even if Wentz was having his worst season. But those decisions aren't mine to make.
  15. The local media was saying " routine scope " that they all agreed to take care of it now, so he would be better for the season.
  16. Dude, we straight up slaughtered people in joint practices last year. Reagor was a legit #1. Teams will be afraid to practice against us this year. Think of the nfl as the pga tour. You’ve got the masters, US open, British open, PGA championship. The NFL has joint practice season, regular season, and playoff season. And Siri already won a major in his first year. Joint practice champs is not something to scoff at.
  17. Seranthony was complicated because of covid. He couldn't get back into the country
  18. https://www.nbcsports.com/philadelphia/sixers/nba-trade-rumors-kevin-durant-sees-sixers-favorable-destination According to SNY reporter Ian Begley, the Sixers have some legit interest (duh) in a Durant trade - and the future Hall of Famer reciprocates that interest: Well, it's worth noting that, in addition to Boston, Durant also sees Philadelphia as another desired landing spot, per people familiar with the matter.
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