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      pumph got a reaction from bingo415 in [2022] Free Agency Winners and Losers   
      Um, I signed 6 free agents for the offensive side of the ball.  How is that not spreading things out?
       
      We added a #1 WR, a veteran depth WR, a starting RT, depth at OT, improved our FB position, and got a backup RB.
       
      And again, the Cobb contract doesnt hurt me one bit.  Unused cap space is a sin.  I would rather have a starting WR than sit on a pile of unused cap space.  The first two years of the deal, we had so much cap space to burn, so we used it to bring in the top FA that fit a need for us.  Yeah, I have other holes, but there weren't 90-rated free agents coming off of a Pro Bowl season at those other positions.  I got the guy that was available to me, at a price that does not limit me to make other upcoming moves.
       
      "Spending Cobb money on Dess or Abraham" would have been fucking stupid.  I don't need an expensive, aging back.  I like Austin, and so do several other teams who have tried to get him from me.
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      pumph got a reaction from cultur3 in [2021] PFF Season Evaluation: Wide Receivers   
      We had four players with 50+ catches last year, but only our TE had 65+.
       
       
      And I knew Cobb wasn't an elite WR.  (Unlike another GM, who declared him a Top-5 talent)  I just had to pay him like one to improve my offense.  He'll be good for us.  A much-needed signing for us.  And his deal is a lot more team-friendly than you think.  We had cap space to burn.
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      pumph reacted to bellwoodbomb611 in [2022] Minnesota Vikings Announcement   
      It has been announced that bellwoodbomb611 will be stepping away from NFLHC, as well as CFBHC, for the next 2 years.  Coach Bellwood has decided to go on a two-year LDS (aka Mormon) mission, and will be leaving for Long Beach, California on August 15th.  Bellwood is in the process of selling the Minnesota Vikings franchise to Jamzz, who would take over immediately (pending approval).  Jamzz had been the Vikings scout, and is very well qualified to run this team.  He has been involved with all recent executive actions on the team, and will do a great job.
       
      On a more personal note, I'd like to thank you all for the time that I've had on this site.  I feel like I've made some really great friends, and I'm so happy that I was recommended to the site over two years ago.  I'm going to miss you all.  If you'd like to keep in contact with me  or hear about the things that I'm doing during the next two years, send me a message (preferably on Discord) and I'll hit you up with my email/add you to my weekly emailing list, which will be my primary source of communication while I am away.  I am super excited for this opportunity, this is something I've wanted to do since I was a little kid.  I've also been assigned to primarily serve the Spanish-speakers in the area, which will be awesome.  Hopefully I'll be fluent by the time I get back.  I sure hope this place is still around in two years, because I will rejoin in a heartbeat.
       
      Raise your Kotars,
      -Bellwood
       
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      pumph got a reaction from Dean_Craig_Pelton in Chargers Offseason Press Release (Free Agency Edition)   
      The Los Angeles Chargers are here to announce the signing of an exciting new wide receiver to add to the offense, Seattle Seahawks legend, Jim Umenyiora.
       
      On a more serious note, the team, whose struggles have been well-documented, focused their spending efforts on the offensive side of the ball, inking six free agents to deals so far this week.  Most notably, Wide Receiver Greg Cobb was an early target for the team, and they gave him a lucrative 4-year deal to give the offense another needed weapon.  Cobb is coming off of a monster season in which he grabbed 93 passes for an AFC-best 1436 yards and league-leading 16 touchdowns.  Cobb also had the fewest drops and highest yards per catch among any player with 80 or more catches last year.  The team does not expect Cobb to reach such lofty numbers without Brian Brown throwing to him, but Cobb will certainly be a factor for defenses to deal with, and open up even more space underneath for Scott Howard and M.L. Kriewaldt. Cobb's contract raised some eyebrows around the league, but the team was thrilled to bring him in at what they felt was a reasonable price.
       
      "Leftover cap space is just wasted money as far as I am concerned", remarked Owner and General Manager, Pumph, "I petitioned the league several times to send me the check for our unspent cap money the last few seasons, and have yet to receive anything.  We get a game-changing type of player, and by the time his contract is over here, I think people will look back at what we paid him as a bargain - to help resurrect a moribund franchise, and give our offense some life?  It's worth it.  I won't call Greg Cobb the Reggie White of the Chargers, because I've never heard of that guy, but I guess I've heard that as a saying before - not sure what it means.  Who is Reggie White, a pop star or something?  I've been around the NFLHC a long time, and I have never heard of anyone with that name."
       
      The aforementioned Umenyiora was brought in on a one-year, minimum offer to challenge youngster Gerald Morrison for a starting position alongside Cobb, with Kriewaldt firmly entrenched as the team's slot receiver.  The team sees Umenyiora as insurance, after losing multiple wide receivers to season-ending injuries last season.  Umenyiora also does not have the history of drops that has plagued some other Charger receivers of the past.
       
      The team also addressed needs on the offensive line by agreeing to terms with two tackles, Bryan Green and John Marchetti.  Green is slated to fill the starting right tackle position that was vacated when Demetrius Jett decided to move on, with Marchetti penciled-in as some inexpensive, added depth.  Team leadership also remarked on Marchetti's positive attitude and locker room presence as a factor in his acquisition.
       
      Lastly, the team looked to their backfield, upgrading the fullback spot with veteran John Bills, and the much-maligned Frederick Chacon.  Bills should help improve the run blocking in the hole for incumbent Brannon Austin.  Bills also could be used as a viable short-yardage solution, as his three short touchdown runs last year could attest to.  Chacon, who in four pro seasons has rushed for 3,449 yards, 35 touchdowns, and a 4.26 yards per carry average, despite being benched for most of last season, looks like a great complement to Austin.  The Chargers dressed just two running backs for games last season, and when Austin got dinged up a bit, the team was left short.  After being benched in favor of a declining Chad Dess across town for the Rams, Chacon seems to have a chip on his shoulder, and could even challenge Austin for touches in the Chargers' backfield.  Mamadou Heard should continue to see action as the team's third down back, a role in which he has proven to be among the league's elite.
       
      While the team acknowledges that their 32nd-ranked defense still has some major, unaddressed holes, they were quick to point out that the draft is still right around the corner and that anything could happen.  The Bolts still have some cap flexibility, and have been rumored to be involved in a number of trade talks.  With the team currently holding five of the draft's top 66 picks, the dreary cloud that has been hanging over the Chargers' complex is still there, but it may just be the Los Angeles smog now.  We can't tell.
    5. Like
      pumph got a reaction from Dean_Craig_Pelton in Chargers Offseason Press Release (Free Agency Edition)   
      The Los Angeles Chargers are here to announce the signing of an exciting new wide receiver to add to the offense, Seattle Seahawks legend, Jim Umenyiora.
       
      On a more serious note, the team, whose struggles have been well-documented, focused their spending efforts on the offensive side of the ball, inking six free agents to deals so far this week.  Most notably, Wide Receiver Greg Cobb was an early target for the team, and they gave him a lucrative 4-year deal to give the offense another needed weapon.  Cobb is coming off of a monster season in which he grabbed 93 passes for an AFC-best 1436 yards and league-leading 16 touchdowns.  Cobb also had the fewest drops and highest yards per catch among any player with 80 or more catches last year.  The team does not expect Cobb to reach such lofty numbers without Brian Brown throwing to him, but Cobb will certainly be a factor for defenses to deal with, and open up even more space underneath for Scott Howard and M.L. Kriewaldt. Cobb's contract raised some eyebrows around the league, but the team was thrilled to bring him in at what they felt was a reasonable price.
       
      "Leftover cap space is just wasted money as far as I am concerned", remarked Owner and General Manager, Pumph, "I petitioned the league several times to send me the check for our unspent cap money the last few seasons, and have yet to receive anything.  We get a game-changing type of player, and by the time his contract is over here, I think people will look back at what we paid him as a bargain - to help resurrect a moribund franchise, and give our offense some life?  It's worth it.  I won't call Greg Cobb the Reggie White of the Chargers, because I've never heard of that guy, but I guess I've heard that as a saying before - not sure what it means.  Who is Reggie White, a pop star or something?  I've been around the NFLHC a long time, and I have never heard of anyone with that name."
       
      The aforementioned Umenyiora was brought in on a one-year, minimum offer to challenge youngster Gerald Morrison for a starting position alongside Cobb, with Kriewaldt firmly entrenched as the team's slot receiver.  The team sees Umenyiora as insurance, after losing multiple wide receivers to season-ending injuries last season.  Umenyiora also does not have the history of drops that has plagued some other Charger receivers of the past.
       
      The team also addressed needs on the offensive line by agreeing to terms with two tackles, Bryan Green and John Marchetti.  Green is slated to fill the starting right tackle position that was vacated when Demetrius Jett decided to move on, with Marchetti penciled-in as some inexpensive, added depth.  Team leadership also remarked on Marchetti's positive attitude and locker room presence as a factor in his acquisition.
       
      Lastly, the team looked to their backfield, upgrading the fullback spot with veteran John Bills, and the much-maligned Frederick Chacon.  Bills should help improve the run blocking in the hole for incumbent Brannon Austin.  Bills also could be used as a viable short-yardage solution, as his three short touchdown runs last year could attest to.  Chacon, who in four pro seasons has rushed for 3,449 yards, 35 touchdowns, and a 4.26 yards per carry average, despite being benched for most of last season, looks like a great complement to Austin.  The Chargers dressed just two running backs for games last season, and when Austin got dinged up a bit, the team was left short.  After being benched in favor of a declining Chad Dess across town for the Rams, Chacon seems to have a chip on his shoulder, and could even challenge Austin for touches in the Chargers' backfield.  Mamadou Heard should continue to see action as the team's third down back, a role in which he has proven to be among the league's elite.
       
      While the team acknowledges that their 32nd-ranked defense still has some major, unaddressed holes, they were quick to point out that the draft is still right around the corner and that anything could happen.  The Bolts still have some cap flexibility, and have been rumored to be involved in a number of trade talks.  With the team currently holding five of the draft's top 66 picks, the dreary cloud that has been hanging over the Chargers' complex is still there, but it may just be the Los Angeles smog now.  We can't tell.
    6. Like
      pumph got a reaction from Dean_Craig_Pelton in Chargers Offseason Press Release (Free Agency Edition)   
      The Los Angeles Chargers are here to announce the signing of an exciting new wide receiver to add to the offense, Seattle Seahawks legend, Jim Umenyiora.
       
      On a more serious note, the team, whose struggles have been well-documented, focused their spending efforts on the offensive side of the ball, inking six free agents to deals so far this week.  Most notably, Wide Receiver Greg Cobb was an early target for the team, and they gave him a lucrative 4-year deal to give the offense another needed weapon.  Cobb is coming off of a monster season in which he grabbed 93 passes for an AFC-best 1436 yards and league-leading 16 touchdowns.  Cobb also had the fewest drops and highest yards per catch among any player with 80 or more catches last year.  The team does not expect Cobb to reach such lofty numbers without Brian Brown throwing to him, but Cobb will certainly be a factor for defenses to deal with, and open up even more space underneath for Scott Howard and M.L. Kriewaldt. Cobb's contract raised some eyebrows around the league, but the team was thrilled to bring him in at what they felt was a reasonable price.
       
      "Leftover cap space is just wasted money as far as I am concerned", remarked Owner and General Manager, Pumph, "I petitioned the league several times to send me the check for our unspent cap money the last few seasons, and have yet to receive anything.  We get a game-changing type of player, and by the time his contract is over here, I think people will look back at what we paid him as a bargain - to help resurrect a moribund franchise, and give our offense some life?  It's worth it.  I won't call Greg Cobb the Reggie White of the Chargers, because I've never heard of that guy, but I guess I've heard that as a saying before - not sure what it means.  Who is Reggie White, a pop star or something?  I've been around the NFLHC a long time, and I have never heard of anyone with that name."
       
      The aforementioned Umenyiora was brought in on a one-year, minimum offer to challenge youngster Gerald Morrison for a starting position alongside Cobb, with Kriewaldt firmly entrenched as the team's slot receiver.  The team sees Umenyiora as insurance, after losing multiple wide receivers to season-ending injuries last season.  Umenyiora also does not have the history of drops that has plagued some other Charger receivers of the past.
       
      The team also addressed needs on the offensive line by agreeing to terms with two tackles, Bryan Green and John Marchetti.  Green is slated to fill the starting right tackle position that was vacated when Demetrius Jett decided to move on, with Marchetti penciled-in as some inexpensive, added depth.  Team leadership also remarked on Marchetti's positive attitude and locker room presence as a factor in his acquisition.
       
      Lastly, the team looked to their backfield, upgrading the fullback spot with veteran John Bills, and the much-maligned Frederick Chacon.  Bills should help improve the run blocking in the hole for incumbent Brannon Austin.  Bills also could be used as a viable short-yardage solution, as his three short touchdown runs last year could attest to.  Chacon, who in four pro seasons has rushed for 3,449 yards, 35 touchdowns, and a 4.26 yards per carry average, despite being benched for most of last season, looks like a great complement to Austin.  The Chargers dressed just two running backs for games last season, and when Austin got dinged up a bit, the team was left short.  After being benched in favor of a declining Chad Dess across town for the Rams, Chacon seems to have a chip on his shoulder, and could even challenge Austin for touches in the Chargers' backfield.  Mamadou Heard should continue to see action as the team's third down back, a role in which he has proven to be among the league's elite.
       
      While the team acknowledges that their 32nd-ranked defense still has some major, unaddressed holes, they were quick to point out that the draft is still right around the corner and that anything could happen.  The Bolts still have some cap flexibility, and have been rumored to be involved in a number of trade talks.  With the team currently holding five of the draft's top 66 picks, the dreary cloud that has been hanging over the Chargers' complex is still there, but it may just be the Los Angeles smog now.  We can't tell.
    7. Like
      pumph got a reaction from Dean_Craig_Pelton in Chargers Offseason Press Release (Free Agency Edition)   
      The Los Angeles Chargers are here to announce the signing of an exciting new wide receiver to add to the offense, Seattle Seahawks legend, Jim Umenyiora.
       
      On a more serious note, the team, whose struggles have been well-documented, focused their spending efforts on the offensive side of the ball, inking six free agents to deals so far this week.  Most notably, Wide Receiver Greg Cobb was an early target for the team, and they gave him a lucrative 4-year deal to give the offense another needed weapon.  Cobb is coming off of a monster season in which he grabbed 93 passes for an AFC-best 1436 yards and league-leading 16 touchdowns.  Cobb also had the fewest drops and highest yards per catch among any player with 80 or more catches last year.  The team does not expect Cobb to reach such lofty numbers without Brian Brown throwing to him, but Cobb will certainly be a factor for defenses to deal with, and open up even more space underneath for Scott Howard and M.L. Kriewaldt. Cobb's contract raised some eyebrows around the league, but the team was thrilled to bring him in at what they felt was a reasonable price.
       
      "Leftover cap space is just wasted money as far as I am concerned", remarked Owner and General Manager, Pumph, "I petitioned the league several times to send me the check for our unspent cap money the last few seasons, and have yet to receive anything.  We get a game-changing type of player, and by the time his contract is over here, I think people will look back at what we paid him as a bargain - to help resurrect a moribund franchise, and give our offense some life?  It's worth it.  I won't call Greg Cobb the Reggie White of the Chargers, because I've never heard of that guy, but I guess I've heard that as a saying before - not sure what it means.  Who is Reggie White, a pop star or something?  I've been around the NFLHC a long time, and I have never heard of anyone with that name."
       
      The aforementioned Umenyiora was brought in on a one-year, minimum offer to challenge youngster Gerald Morrison for a starting position alongside Cobb, with Kriewaldt firmly entrenched as the team's slot receiver.  The team sees Umenyiora as insurance, after losing multiple wide receivers to season-ending injuries last season.  Umenyiora also does not have the history of drops that has plagued some other Charger receivers of the past.
       
      The team also addressed needs on the offensive line by agreeing to terms with two tackles, Bryan Green and John Marchetti.  Green is slated to fill the starting right tackle position that was vacated when Demetrius Jett decided to move on, with Marchetti penciled-in as some inexpensive, added depth.  Team leadership also remarked on Marchetti's positive attitude and locker room presence as a factor in his acquisition.
       
      Lastly, the team looked to their backfield, upgrading the fullback spot with veteran John Bills, and the much-maligned Frederick Chacon.  Bills should help improve the run blocking in the hole for incumbent Brannon Austin.  Bills also could be used as a viable short-yardage solution, as his three short touchdown runs last year could attest to.  Chacon, who in four pro seasons has rushed for 3,449 yards, 35 touchdowns, and a 4.26 yards per carry average, despite being benched for most of last season, looks like a great complement to Austin.  The Chargers dressed just two running backs for games last season, and when Austin got dinged up a bit, the team was left short.  After being benched in favor of a declining Chad Dess across town for the Rams, Chacon seems to have a chip on his shoulder, and could even challenge Austin for touches in the Chargers' backfield.  Mamadou Heard should continue to see action as the team's third down back, a role in which he has proven to be among the league's elite.
       
      While the team acknowledges that their 32nd-ranked defense still has some major, unaddressed holes, they were quick to point out that the draft is still right around the corner and that anything could happen.  The Bolts still have some cap flexibility, and have been rumored to be involved in a number of trade talks.  With the team currently holding five of the draft's top 66 picks, the dreary cloud that has been hanging over the Chargers' complex is still there, but it may just be the Los Angeles smog now.  We can't tell.
    8. Like
      pumph got a reaction from Dean_Craig_Pelton in Chargers Offseason Press Release (Free Agency Edition)   
      The Los Angeles Chargers are here to announce the signing of an exciting new wide receiver to add to the offense, Seattle Seahawks legend, Jim Umenyiora.
       
      On a more serious note, the team, whose struggles have been well-documented, focused their spending efforts on the offensive side of the ball, inking six free agents to deals so far this week.  Most notably, Wide Receiver Greg Cobb was an early target for the team, and they gave him a lucrative 4-year deal to give the offense another needed weapon.  Cobb is coming off of a monster season in which he grabbed 93 passes for an AFC-best 1436 yards and league-leading 16 touchdowns.  Cobb also had the fewest drops and highest yards per catch among any player with 80 or more catches last year.  The team does not expect Cobb to reach such lofty numbers without Brian Brown throwing to him, but Cobb will certainly be a factor for defenses to deal with, and open up even more space underneath for Scott Howard and M.L. Kriewaldt. Cobb's contract raised some eyebrows around the league, but the team was thrilled to bring him in at what they felt was a reasonable price.
       
      "Leftover cap space is just wasted money as far as I am concerned", remarked Owner and General Manager, Pumph, "I petitioned the league several times to send me the check for our unspent cap money the last few seasons, and have yet to receive anything.  We get a game-changing type of player, and by the time his contract is over here, I think people will look back at what we paid him as a bargain - to help resurrect a moribund franchise, and give our offense some life?  It's worth it.  I won't call Greg Cobb the Reggie White of the Chargers, because I've never heard of that guy, but I guess I've heard that as a saying before - not sure what it means.  Who is Reggie White, a pop star or something?  I've been around the NFLHC a long time, and I have never heard of anyone with that name."
       
      The aforementioned Umenyiora was brought in on a one-year, minimum offer to challenge youngster Gerald Morrison for a starting position alongside Cobb, with Kriewaldt firmly entrenched as the team's slot receiver.  The team sees Umenyiora as insurance, after losing multiple wide receivers to season-ending injuries last season.  Umenyiora also does not have the history of drops that has plagued some other Charger receivers of the past.
       
      The team also addressed needs on the offensive line by agreeing to terms with two tackles, Bryan Green and John Marchetti.  Green is slated to fill the starting right tackle position that was vacated when Demetrius Jett decided to move on, with Marchetti penciled-in as some inexpensive, added depth.  Team leadership also remarked on Marchetti's positive attitude and locker room presence as a factor in his acquisition.
       
      Lastly, the team looked to their backfield, upgrading the fullback spot with veteran John Bills, and the much-maligned Frederick Chacon.  Bills should help improve the run blocking in the hole for incumbent Brannon Austin.  Bills also could be used as a viable short-yardage solution, as his three short touchdown runs last year could attest to.  Chacon, who in four pro seasons has rushed for 3,449 yards, 35 touchdowns, and a 4.26 yards per carry average, despite being benched for most of last season, looks like a great complement to Austin.  The Chargers dressed just two running backs for games last season, and when Austin got dinged up a bit, the team was left short.  After being benched in favor of a declining Chad Dess across town for the Rams, Chacon seems to have a chip on his shoulder, and could even challenge Austin for touches in the Chargers' backfield.  Mamadou Heard should continue to see action as the team's third down back, a role in which he has proven to be among the league's elite.
       
      While the team acknowledges that their 32nd-ranked defense still has some major, unaddressed holes, they were quick to point out that the draft is still right around the corner and that anything could happen.  The Bolts still have some cap flexibility, and have been rumored to be involved in a number of trade talks.  With the team currently holding five of the draft's top 66 picks, the dreary cloud that has been hanging over the Chargers' complex is still there, but it may just be the Los Angeles smog now.  We can't tell.
    9. Like
      pumph got a reaction from Dean_Craig_Pelton in Chargers Offseason Press Release (Free Agency Edition)   
      The Los Angeles Chargers are here to announce the signing of an exciting new wide receiver to add to the offense, Seattle Seahawks legend, Jim Umenyiora.
       
      On a more serious note, the team, whose struggles have been well-documented, focused their spending efforts on the offensive side of the ball, inking six free agents to deals so far this week.  Most notably, Wide Receiver Greg Cobb was an early target for the team, and they gave him a lucrative 4-year deal to give the offense another needed weapon.  Cobb is coming off of a monster season in which he grabbed 93 passes for an AFC-best 1436 yards and league-leading 16 touchdowns.  Cobb also had the fewest drops and highest yards per catch among any player with 80 or more catches last year.  The team does not expect Cobb to reach such lofty numbers without Brian Brown throwing to him, but Cobb will certainly be a factor for defenses to deal with, and open up even more space underneath for Scott Howard and M.L. Kriewaldt. Cobb's contract raised some eyebrows around the league, but the team was thrilled to bring him in at what they felt was a reasonable price.
       
      "Leftover cap space is just wasted money as far as I am concerned", remarked Owner and General Manager, Pumph, "I petitioned the league several times to send me the check for our unspent cap money the last few seasons, and have yet to receive anything.  We get a game-changing type of player, and by the time his contract is over here, I think people will look back at what we paid him as a bargain - to help resurrect a moribund franchise, and give our offense some life?  It's worth it.  I won't call Greg Cobb the Reggie White of the Chargers, because I've never heard of that guy, but I guess I've heard that as a saying before - not sure what it means.  Who is Reggie White, a pop star or something?  I've been around the NFLHC a long time, and I have never heard of anyone with that name."
       
      The aforementioned Umenyiora was brought in on a one-year, minimum offer to challenge youngster Gerald Morrison for a starting position alongside Cobb, with Kriewaldt firmly entrenched as the team's slot receiver.  The team sees Umenyiora as insurance, after losing multiple wide receivers to season-ending injuries last season.  Umenyiora also does not have the history of drops that has plagued some other Charger receivers of the past.
       
      The team also addressed needs on the offensive line by agreeing to terms with two tackles, Bryan Green and John Marchetti.  Green is slated to fill the starting right tackle position that was vacated when Demetrius Jett decided to move on, with Marchetti penciled-in as some inexpensive, added depth.  Team leadership also remarked on Marchetti's positive attitude and locker room presence as a factor in his acquisition.
       
      Lastly, the team looked to their backfield, upgrading the fullback spot with veteran John Bills, and the much-maligned Frederick Chacon.  Bills should help improve the run blocking in the hole for incumbent Brannon Austin.  Bills also could be used as a viable short-yardage solution, as his three short touchdown runs last year could attest to.  Chacon, who in four pro seasons has rushed for 3,449 yards, 35 touchdowns, and a 4.26 yards per carry average, despite being benched for most of last season, looks like a great complement to Austin.  The Chargers dressed just two running backs for games last season, and when Austin got dinged up a bit, the team was left short.  After being benched in favor of a declining Chad Dess across town for the Rams, Chacon seems to have a chip on his shoulder, and could even challenge Austin for touches in the Chargers' backfield.  Mamadou Heard should continue to see action as the team's third down back, a role in which he has proven to be among the league's elite.
       
      While the team acknowledges that their 32nd-ranked defense still has some major, unaddressed holes, they were quick to point out that the draft is still right around the corner and that anything could happen.  The Bolts still have some cap flexibility, and have been rumored to be involved in a number of trade talks.  With the team currently holding five of the draft's top 66 picks, the dreary cloud that has been hanging over the Chargers' complex is still there, but it may just be the Los Angeles smog now.  We can't tell.
    10. Like
      pumph got a reaction from Dean_Craig_Pelton in Chargers Offseason Press Release (Free Agency Edition)   
      The Los Angeles Chargers are here to announce the signing of an exciting new wide receiver to add to the offense, Seattle Seahawks legend, Jim Umenyiora.
       
      On a more serious note, the team, whose struggles have been well-documented, focused their spending efforts on the offensive side of the ball, inking six free agents to deals so far this week.  Most notably, Wide Receiver Greg Cobb was an early target for the team, and they gave him a lucrative 4-year deal to give the offense another needed weapon.  Cobb is coming off of a monster season in which he grabbed 93 passes for an AFC-best 1436 yards and league-leading 16 touchdowns.  Cobb also had the fewest drops and highest yards per catch among any player with 80 or more catches last year.  The team does not expect Cobb to reach such lofty numbers without Brian Brown throwing to him, but Cobb will certainly be a factor for defenses to deal with, and open up even more space underneath for Scott Howard and M.L. Kriewaldt. Cobb's contract raised some eyebrows around the league, but the team was thrilled to bring him in at what they felt was a reasonable price.
       
      "Leftover cap space is just wasted money as far as I am concerned", remarked Owner and General Manager, Pumph, "I petitioned the league several times to send me the check for our unspent cap money the last few seasons, and have yet to receive anything.  We get a game-changing type of player, and by the time his contract is over here, I think people will look back at what we paid him as a bargain - to help resurrect a moribund franchise, and give our offense some life?  It's worth it.  I won't call Greg Cobb the Reggie White of the Chargers, because I've never heard of that guy, but I guess I've heard that as a saying before - not sure what it means.  Who is Reggie White, a pop star or something?  I've been around the NFLHC a long time, and I have never heard of anyone with that name."
       
      The aforementioned Umenyiora was brought in on a one-year, minimum offer to challenge youngster Gerald Morrison for a starting position alongside Cobb, with Kriewaldt firmly entrenched as the team's slot receiver.  The team sees Umenyiora as insurance, after losing multiple wide receivers to season-ending injuries last season.  Umenyiora also does not have the history of drops that has plagued some other Charger receivers of the past.
       
      The team also addressed needs on the offensive line by agreeing to terms with two tackles, Bryan Green and John Marchetti.  Green is slated to fill the starting right tackle position that was vacated when Demetrius Jett decided to move on, with Marchetti penciled-in as some inexpensive, added depth.  Team leadership also remarked on Marchetti's positive attitude and locker room presence as a factor in his acquisition.
       
      Lastly, the team looked to their backfield, upgrading the fullback spot with veteran John Bills, and the much-maligned Frederick Chacon.  Bills should help improve the run blocking in the hole for incumbent Brannon Austin.  Bills also could be used as a viable short-yardage solution, as his three short touchdown runs last year could attest to.  Chacon, who in four pro seasons has rushed for 3,449 yards, 35 touchdowns, and a 4.26 yards per carry average, despite being benched for most of last season, looks like a great complement to Austin.  The Chargers dressed just two running backs for games last season, and when Austin got dinged up a bit, the team was left short.  After being benched in favor of a declining Chad Dess across town for the Rams, Chacon seems to have a chip on his shoulder, and could even challenge Austin for touches in the Chargers' backfield.  Mamadou Heard should continue to see action as the team's third down back, a role in which he has proven to be among the league's elite.
       
      While the team acknowledges that their 32nd-ranked defense still has some major, unaddressed holes, they were quick to point out that the draft is still right around the corner and that anything could happen.  The Bolts still have some cap flexibility, and have been rumored to be involved in a number of trade talks.  With the team currently holding five of the draft's top 66 picks, the dreary cloud that has been hanging over the Chargers' complex is still there, but it may just be the Los Angeles smog now.  We can't tell.
    11. Like
      pumph got a reaction from Dean_Craig_Pelton in Chargers Offseason Press Release (Free Agency Edition)   
      The Los Angeles Chargers are here to announce the signing of an exciting new wide receiver to add to the offense, Seattle Seahawks legend, Jim Umenyiora.
       
      On a more serious note, the team, whose struggles have been well-documented, focused their spending efforts on the offensive side of the ball, inking six free agents to deals so far this week.  Most notably, Wide Receiver Greg Cobb was an early target for the team, and they gave him a lucrative 4-year deal to give the offense another needed weapon.  Cobb is coming off of a monster season in which he grabbed 93 passes for an AFC-best 1436 yards and league-leading 16 touchdowns.  Cobb also had the fewest drops and highest yards per catch among any player with 80 or more catches last year.  The team does not expect Cobb to reach such lofty numbers without Brian Brown throwing to him, but Cobb will certainly be a factor for defenses to deal with, and open up even more space underneath for Scott Howard and M.L. Kriewaldt. Cobb's contract raised some eyebrows around the league, but the team was thrilled to bring him in at what they felt was a reasonable price.
       
      "Leftover cap space is just wasted money as far as I am concerned", remarked Owner and General Manager, Pumph, "I petitioned the league several times to send me the check for our unspent cap money the last few seasons, and have yet to receive anything.  We get a game-changing type of player, and by the time his contract is over here, I think people will look back at what we paid him as a bargain - to help resurrect a moribund franchise, and give our offense some life?  It's worth it.  I won't call Greg Cobb the Reggie White of the Chargers, because I've never heard of that guy, but I guess I've heard that as a saying before - not sure what it means.  Who is Reggie White, a pop star or something?  I've been around the NFLHC a long time, and I have never heard of anyone with that name."
       
      The aforementioned Umenyiora was brought in on a one-year, minimum offer to challenge youngster Gerald Morrison for a starting position alongside Cobb, with Kriewaldt firmly entrenched as the team's slot receiver.  The team sees Umenyiora as insurance, after losing multiple wide receivers to season-ending injuries last season.  Umenyiora also does not have the history of drops that has plagued some other Charger receivers of the past.
       
      The team also addressed needs on the offensive line by agreeing to terms with two tackles, Bryan Green and John Marchetti.  Green is slated to fill the starting right tackle position that was vacated when Demetrius Jett decided to move on, with Marchetti penciled-in as some inexpensive, added depth.  Team leadership also remarked on Marchetti's positive attitude and locker room presence as a factor in his acquisition.
       
      Lastly, the team looked to their backfield, upgrading the fullback spot with veteran John Bills, and the much-maligned Frederick Chacon.  Bills should help improve the run blocking in the hole for incumbent Brannon Austin.  Bills also could be used as a viable short-yardage solution, as his three short touchdown runs last year could attest to.  Chacon, who in four pro seasons has rushed for 3,449 yards, 35 touchdowns, and a 4.26 yards per carry average, despite being benched for most of last season, looks like a great complement to Austin.  The Chargers dressed just two running backs for games last season, and when Austin got dinged up a bit, the team was left short.  After being benched in favor of a declining Chad Dess across town for the Rams, Chacon seems to have a chip on his shoulder, and could even challenge Austin for touches in the Chargers' backfield.  Mamadou Heard should continue to see action as the team's third down back, a role in which he has proven to be among the league's elite.
       
      While the team acknowledges that their 32nd-ranked defense still has some major, unaddressed holes, they were quick to point out that the draft is still right around the corner and that anything could happen.  The Bolts still have some cap flexibility, and have been rumored to be involved in a number of trade talks.  With the team currently holding five of the draft's top 66 picks, the dreary cloud that has been hanging over the Chargers' complex is still there, but it may just be the Los Angeles smog now.  We can't tell.
    12. Like
      pumph got a reaction from Dean_Craig_Pelton in Chargers Offseason Press Release (Free Agency Edition)   
      The Los Angeles Chargers are here to announce the signing of an exciting new wide receiver to add to the offense, Seattle Seahawks legend, Jim Umenyiora.
       
      On a more serious note, the team, whose struggles have been well-documented, focused their spending efforts on the offensive side of the ball, inking six free agents to deals so far this week.  Most notably, Wide Receiver Greg Cobb was an early target for the team, and they gave him a lucrative 4-year deal to give the offense another needed weapon.  Cobb is coming off of a monster season in which he grabbed 93 passes for an AFC-best 1436 yards and league-leading 16 touchdowns.  Cobb also had the fewest drops and highest yards per catch among any player with 80 or more catches last year.  The team does not expect Cobb to reach such lofty numbers without Brian Brown throwing to him, but Cobb will certainly be a factor for defenses to deal with, and open up even more space underneath for Scott Howard and M.L. Kriewaldt. Cobb's contract raised some eyebrows around the league, but the team was thrilled to bring him in at what they felt was a reasonable price.
       
      "Leftover cap space is just wasted money as far as I am concerned", remarked Owner and General Manager, Pumph, "I petitioned the league several times to send me the check for our unspent cap money the last few seasons, and have yet to receive anything.  We get a game-changing type of player, and by the time his contract is over here, I think people will look back at what we paid him as a bargain - to help resurrect a moribund franchise, and give our offense some life?  It's worth it.  I won't call Greg Cobb the Reggie White of the Chargers, because I've never heard of that guy, but I guess I've heard that as a saying before - not sure what it means.  Who is Reggie White, a pop star or something?  I've been around the NFLHC a long time, and I have never heard of anyone with that name."
       
      The aforementioned Umenyiora was brought in on a one-year, minimum offer to challenge youngster Gerald Morrison for a starting position alongside Cobb, with Kriewaldt firmly entrenched as the team's slot receiver.  The team sees Umenyiora as insurance, after losing multiple wide receivers to season-ending injuries last season.  Umenyiora also does not have the history of drops that has plagued some other Charger receivers of the past.
       
      The team also addressed needs on the offensive line by agreeing to terms with two tackles, Bryan Green and John Marchetti.  Green is slated to fill the starting right tackle position that was vacated when Demetrius Jett decided to move on, with Marchetti penciled-in as some inexpensive, added depth.  Team leadership also remarked on Marchetti's positive attitude and locker room presence as a factor in his acquisition.
       
      Lastly, the team looked to their backfield, upgrading the fullback spot with veteran John Bills, and the much-maligned Frederick Chacon.  Bills should help improve the run blocking in the hole for incumbent Brannon Austin.  Bills also could be used as a viable short-yardage solution, as his three short touchdown runs last year could attest to.  Chacon, who in four pro seasons has rushed for 3,449 yards, 35 touchdowns, and a 4.26 yards per carry average, despite being benched for most of last season, looks like a great complement to Austin.  The Chargers dressed just two running backs for games last season, and when Austin got dinged up a bit, the team was left short.  After being benched in favor of a declining Chad Dess across town for the Rams, Chacon seems to have a chip on his shoulder, and could even challenge Austin for touches in the Chargers' backfield.  Mamadou Heard should continue to see action as the team's third down back, a role in which he has proven to be among the league's elite.
       
      While the team acknowledges that their 32nd-ranked defense still has some major, unaddressed holes, they were quick to point out that the draft is still right around the corner and that anything could happen.  The Bolts still have some cap flexibility, and have been rumored to be involved in a number of trade talks.  With the team currently holding five of the draft's top 66 picks, the dreary cloud that has been hanging over the Chargers' complex is still there, but it may just be the Los Angeles smog now.  We can't tell.
    13. Like
      pumph got a reaction from Dean_Craig_Pelton in Chargers Offseason Press Release (Free Agency Edition)   
      The Los Angeles Chargers are here to announce the signing of an exciting new wide receiver to add to the offense, Seattle Seahawks legend, Jim Umenyiora.
       
      On a more serious note, the team, whose struggles have been well-documented, focused their spending efforts on the offensive side of the ball, inking six free agents to deals so far this week.  Most notably, Wide Receiver Greg Cobb was an early target for the team, and they gave him a lucrative 4-year deal to give the offense another needed weapon.  Cobb is coming off of a monster season in which he grabbed 93 passes for an AFC-best 1436 yards and league-leading 16 touchdowns.  Cobb also had the fewest drops and highest yards per catch among any player with 80 or more catches last year.  The team does not expect Cobb to reach such lofty numbers without Brian Brown throwing to him, but Cobb will certainly be a factor for defenses to deal with, and open up even more space underneath for Scott Howard and M.L. Kriewaldt. Cobb's contract raised some eyebrows around the league, but the team was thrilled to bring him in at what they felt was a reasonable price.
       
      "Leftover cap space is just wasted money as far as I am concerned", remarked Owner and General Manager, Pumph, "I petitioned the league several times to send me the check for our unspent cap money the last few seasons, and have yet to receive anything.  We get a game-changing type of player, and by the time his contract is over here, I think people will look back at what we paid him as a bargain - to help resurrect a moribund franchise, and give our offense some life?  It's worth it.  I won't call Greg Cobb the Reggie White of the Chargers, because I've never heard of that guy, but I guess I've heard that as a saying before - not sure what it means.  Who is Reggie White, a pop star or something?  I've been around the NFLHC a long time, and I have never heard of anyone with that name."
       
      The aforementioned Umenyiora was brought in on a one-year, minimum offer to challenge youngster Gerald Morrison for a starting position alongside Cobb, with Kriewaldt firmly entrenched as the team's slot receiver.  The team sees Umenyiora as insurance, after losing multiple wide receivers to season-ending injuries last season.  Umenyiora also does not have the history of drops that has plagued some other Charger receivers of the past.
       
      The team also addressed needs on the offensive line by agreeing to terms with two tackles, Bryan Green and John Marchetti.  Green is slated to fill the starting right tackle position that was vacated when Demetrius Jett decided to move on, with Marchetti penciled-in as some inexpensive, added depth.  Team leadership also remarked on Marchetti's positive attitude and locker room presence as a factor in his acquisition.
       
      Lastly, the team looked to their backfield, upgrading the fullback spot with veteran John Bills, and the much-maligned Frederick Chacon.  Bills should help improve the run blocking in the hole for incumbent Brannon Austin.  Bills also could be used as a viable short-yardage solution, as his three short touchdown runs last year could attest to.  Chacon, who in four pro seasons has rushed for 3,449 yards, 35 touchdowns, and a 4.26 yards per carry average, despite being benched for most of last season, looks like a great complement to Austin.  The Chargers dressed just two running backs for games last season, and when Austin got dinged up a bit, the team was left short.  After being benched in favor of a declining Chad Dess across town for the Rams, Chacon seems to have a chip on his shoulder, and could even challenge Austin for touches in the Chargers' backfield.  Mamadou Heard should continue to see action as the team's third down back, a role in which he has proven to be among the league's elite.
       
      While the team acknowledges that their 32nd-ranked defense still has some major, unaddressed holes, they were quick to point out that the draft is still right around the corner and that anything could happen.  The Bolts still have some cap flexibility, and have been rumored to be involved in a number of trade talks.  With the team currently holding five of the draft's top 66 picks, the dreary cloud that has been hanging over the Chargers' complex is still there, but it may just be the Los Angeles smog now.  We can't tell.
    14. Like
      pumph got a reaction from Dean_Craig_Pelton in Chargers Offseason Press Release (Free Agency Edition)   
      The Los Angeles Chargers are here to announce the signing of an exciting new wide receiver to add to the offense, Seattle Seahawks legend, Jim Umenyiora.
       
      On a more serious note, the team, whose struggles have been well-documented, focused their spending efforts on the offensive side of the ball, inking six free agents to deals so far this week.  Most notably, Wide Receiver Greg Cobb was an early target for the team, and they gave him a lucrative 4-year deal to give the offense another needed weapon.  Cobb is coming off of a monster season in which he grabbed 93 passes for an AFC-best 1436 yards and league-leading 16 touchdowns.  Cobb also had the fewest drops and highest yards per catch among any player with 80 or more catches last year.  The team does not expect Cobb to reach such lofty numbers without Brian Brown throwing to him, but Cobb will certainly be a factor for defenses to deal with, and open up even more space underneath for Scott Howard and M.L. Kriewaldt. Cobb's contract raised some eyebrows around the league, but the team was thrilled to bring him in at what they felt was a reasonable price.
       
      "Leftover cap space is just wasted money as far as I am concerned", remarked Owner and General Manager, Pumph, "I petitioned the league several times to send me the check for our unspent cap money the last few seasons, and have yet to receive anything.  We get a game-changing type of player, and by the time his contract is over here, I think people will look back at what we paid him as a bargain - to help resurrect a moribund franchise, and give our offense some life?  It's worth it.  I won't call Greg Cobb the Reggie White of the Chargers, because I've never heard of that guy, but I guess I've heard that as a saying before - not sure what it means.  Who is Reggie White, a pop star or something?  I've been around the NFLHC a long time, and I have never heard of anyone with that name."
       
      The aforementioned Umenyiora was brought in on a one-year, minimum offer to challenge youngster Gerald Morrison for a starting position alongside Cobb, with Kriewaldt firmly entrenched as the team's slot receiver.  The team sees Umenyiora as insurance, after losing multiple wide receivers to season-ending injuries last season.  Umenyiora also does not have the history of drops that has plagued some other Charger receivers of the past.
       
      The team also addressed needs on the offensive line by agreeing to terms with two tackles, Bryan Green and John Marchetti.  Green is slated to fill the starting right tackle position that was vacated when Demetrius Jett decided to move on, with Marchetti penciled-in as some inexpensive, added depth.  Team leadership also remarked on Marchetti's positive attitude and locker room presence as a factor in his acquisition.
       
      Lastly, the team looked to their backfield, upgrading the fullback spot with veteran John Bills, and the much-maligned Frederick Chacon.  Bills should help improve the run blocking in the hole for incumbent Brannon Austin.  Bills also could be used as a viable short-yardage solution, as his three short touchdown runs last year could attest to.  Chacon, who in four pro seasons has rushed for 3,449 yards, 35 touchdowns, and a 4.26 yards per carry average, despite being benched for most of last season, looks like a great complement to Austin.  The Chargers dressed just two running backs for games last season, and when Austin got dinged up a bit, the team was left short.  After being benched in favor of a declining Chad Dess across town for the Rams, Chacon seems to have a chip on his shoulder, and could even challenge Austin for touches in the Chargers' backfield.  Mamadou Heard should continue to see action as the team's third down back, a role in which he has proven to be among the league's elite.
       
      While the team acknowledges that their 32nd-ranked defense still has some major, unaddressed holes, they were quick to point out that the draft is still right around the corner and that anything could happen.  The Bolts still have some cap flexibility, and have been rumored to be involved in a number of trade talks.  With the team currently holding five of the draft's top 66 picks, the dreary cloud that has been hanging over the Chargers' complex is still there, but it may just be the Los Angeles smog now.  We can't tell.
    15. Like
      pumph got a reaction from Dean_Craig_Pelton in Chargers Offseason Press Release (Free Agency Edition)   
      The Los Angeles Chargers are here to announce the signing of an exciting new wide receiver to add to the offense, Seattle Seahawks legend, Jim Umenyiora.
       
      On a more serious note, the team, whose struggles have been well-documented, focused their spending efforts on the offensive side of the ball, inking six free agents to deals so far this week.  Most notably, Wide Receiver Greg Cobb was an early target for the team, and they gave him a lucrative 4-year deal to give the offense another needed weapon.  Cobb is coming off of a monster season in which he grabbed 93 passes for an AFC-best 1436 yards and league-leading 16 touchdowns.  Cobb also had the fewest drops and highest yards per catch among any player with 80 or more catches last year.  The team does not expect Cobb to reach such lofty numbers without Brian Brown throwing to him, but Cobb will certainly be a factor for defenses to deal with, and open up even more space underneath for Scott Howard and M.L. Kriewaldt. Cobb's contract raised some eyebrows around the league, but the team was thrilled to bring him in at what they felt was a reasonable price.
       
      "Leftover cap space is just wasted money as far as I am concerned", remarked Owner and General Manager, Pumph, "I petitioned the league several times to send me the check for our unspent cap money the last few seasons, and have yet to receive anything.  We get a game-changing type of player, and by the time his contract is over here, I think people will look back at what we paid him as a bargain - to help resurrect a moribund franchise, and give our offense some life?  It's worth it.  I won't call Greg Cobb the Reggie White of the Chargers, because I've never heard of that guy, but I guess I've heard that as a saying before - not sure what it means.  Who is Reggie White, a pop star or something?  I've been around the NFLHC a long time, and I have never heard of anyone with that name."
       
      The aforementioned Umenyiora was brought in on a one-year, minimum offer to challenge youngster Gerald Morrison for a starting position alongside Cobb, with Kriewaldt firmly entrenched as the team's slot receiver.  The team sees Umenyiora as insurance, after losing multiple wide receivers to season-ending injuries last season.  Umenyiora also does not have the history of drops that has plagued some other Charger receivers of the past.
       
      The team also addressed needs on the offensive line by agreeing to terms with two tackles, Bryan Green and John Marchetti.  Green is slated to fill the starting right tackle position that was vacated when Demetrius Jett decided to move on, with Marchetti penciled-in as some inexpensive, added depth.  Team leadership also remarked on Marchetti's positive attitude and locker room presence as a factor in his acquisition.
       
      Lastly, the team looked to their backfield, upgrading the fullback spot with veteran John Bills, and the much-maligned Frederick Chacon.  Bills should help improve the run blocking in the hole for incumbent Brannon Austin.  Bills also could be used as a viable short-yardage solution, as his three short touchdown runs last year could attest to.  Chacon, who in four pro seasons has rushed for 3,449 yards, 35 touchdowns, and a 4.26 yards per carry average, despite being benched for most of last season, looks like a great complement to Austin.  The Chargers dressed just two running backs for games last season, and when Austin got dinged up a bit, the team was left short.  After being benched in favor of a declining Chad Dess across town for the Rams, Chacon seems to have a chip on his shoulder, and could even challenge Austin for touches in the Chargers' backfield.  Mamadou Heard should continue to see action as the team's third down back, a role in which he has proven to be among the league's elite.
       
      While the team acknowledges that their 32nd-ranked defense still has some major, unaddressed holes, they were quick to point out that the draft is still right around the corner and that anything could happen.  The Bolts still have some cap flexibility, and have been rumored to be involved in a number of trade talks.  With the team currently holding five of the draft's top 66 picks, the dreary cloud that has been hanging over the Chargers' complex is still there, but it may just be the Los Angeles smog now.  We can't tell.
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      pumph got a reaction from Soluna in [Issue] Weird Spacing Issue on Progressions   
      San Diego State:
      DE Ethan Den son 6-6 245 Fr Sonoma Valley (Sonoma CA) 2.0 of 3.0 [Blitz]
      FS Jamari Scales 6-0 219 Fr Galileo Academy (San Francisco CA) 1.0 of 4. 0 [Zone Coverage]
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      pumph got a reaction from mahrowkeen in [Feedback] Recruiting Additions   
      I can't think of anything that I'd like ADDED.  But I would like to see Ethnicity REMOVED.  It is entirely unnecessary, and mildly offensive to me.
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      pumph got a reaction from mahrowkeen in [Feedback] Recruiting Additions   
      I can't think of anything that I'd like ADDED.  But I would like to see Ethnicity REMOVED.  It is entirely unnecessary, and mildly offensive to me.
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      pumph got a reaction from mahrowkeen in [Feedback] Recruiting Additions   
      I can't think of anything that I'd like ADDED.  But I would like to see Ethnicity REMOVED.  It is entirely unnecessary, and mildly offensive to me.
    20. Like
      pumph got a reaction from mahrowkeen in [Feedback] Recruiting Additions   
      I can't think of anything that I'd like ADDED.  But I would like to see Ethnicity REMOVED.  It is entirely unnecessary, and mildly offensive to me.
    21. Like
      pumph got a reaction from mahrowkeen in [Feedback] Recruiting Additions   
      I can't think of anything that I'd like ADDED.  But I would like to see Ethnicity REMOVED.  It is entirely unnecessary, and mildly offensive to me.
    22. Like
      pumph reacted to Soluna in Introducing the Community Administrator   
      Based on discussions with Jumbo this afternoon I've decided to appoint him as the new community administrator. Jumbo will handle community interaction on the site, establish conversational discourse, and generally improve the exchange of information between myself (from the technical standpoint) and the end user group (you guys).
       
      Jumbo will have capabilities to moderate and issue punishment (if he so chooses) and has my permission to establish groups of users to improve forum discourse.

      Further announcements will be coming in the near future, this one, however, I decided to implement now.
       
      Soluna
    23. Haha
      pumph got a reaction from grv413 in Buccaneers RB Jackson suspended   
      If he still gets to travel with the team to Denver, I could see his suspension getting even longer, and his season going - ahem, up in smoke.
    24. Like
      pumph reacted to jmjacobs in 5th year option pickups for 2019 first round draft picks.   
      Lions no longer have their first rounder from this draft (Traded to Chargers) so will not be picking up any option
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      pumph got a reaction from TazerMan in Which non-obvious players are on a Hall of Fame trajectory in NFLHC?   
      Just about any worthy offensive lineman.  We don't get stats, they don't get glory.
      Irl, Joe Jacoby blocked three different QB's to SuperBowl titles, and couldn't get in on 15 years on the ballot.  Multiple pro bowls, all pros, and his offensive line even had a nickname.  Still cant get in.  Just proof that linemen are underappreciated and overlooked.
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