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    smackemz

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    1. Oh yeah. I can definitely see that being a pain.
    2. #31. SS Antonio Jackson 6-1 202 3 Bowling Green [Zone Coverage] [+1] 89 - Accepted $4.5 M
    3. 68 in the winter. 75 in the summer during the day. 71 at night.
    4. I prefer NFL, but maybe the people who aren't participating in NFL can have their college logo?
    5. I play Michael Williams at the bandit position. I remember from his pro day that I always thought he'd be perfect in that role. He had a pretty decent year with 32 tackles, 3 TFL, 2 PD and 1 FF.
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      Miami Dolphins 2026 Team Page Coaches HC Teryl Austin (Age 61) Descended from Jim Caldwell Secondary Skill Level 2; Secondary Progression Level 2; Secondary Chemistry Level 2 OC Louis Lee (Age 64) Descended from Teryl Austin WR/TE Skill Level 3; Passing Game Chemistry Level 2; O-Line Skill Level 2 DC Collin Williams (Age 63) Descended from Teryl Austin D-Line Skill Level 3; D-Line Chemistry Level 2; Defensive Adjustments Frequency Improvement Level 1 ST Sam Kaur (Age 66) Descended from Teryl Austin Punter Skill Level 3; Punting Unit Chemistry Level 2; Special Teams Chemistry Level 1 Active Roster
    7. Marcus Barry did in fact retire so NYG will keep their 2027 6th. Final trade: New York Giants send: 2026 6th Round Pick Miami Dolphins Send: RB Marcus Barry 6-0 193 9 Ohio State [Power] [-1] 86 @Sarge
    8. We've also seem extreme resistance to increases in the cost of re-signing players. The agent feature being a prime example. So the question is how do we grow the AAV of re-signings at a smooth enough rate that it doesn't cause major disruption? I wouldn't mind seeing GMs being tasked with making harder decisions. Patrick Mahomes will take up something like 21.6 % of the salary cap in 2022. Shea, Brown, Hall, and Skaggs only account for ~ 14%. It's generally pretty easy for most teams to keep their homegrown talent for multiple contracts here.
    9. I feel like that the salary cap on the site doesn't really need to equal irl. As long as it continues to increase I think that's fine. As far as FA spending goes, this site is always going to have issues with teams giving out bad contracts during FA. There's no downside to a team giving out huge FA contracts, because there's no benefit to not using cap space. IRL teams can roll over unused space to the next season, and also have many tools to restructure current contracts. With our public bidding system, things can drag out forever and there's no end to how high a FA can go with the cap being there. TLDR - the cap is important, but I think our best bang for buck is figuring out a way to improve the FA process. Whether it's blind bidding, a limit on the number of times a team can submit a bid, or something.
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