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Last week, Flacco's agent, Joe Linta, said he and Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome recently had brief discussions about a new deal, but nothing was done.
"The onus is on them to make a move after this week," said Linta, who recognizes that the Ravens could slap the franchise tag on Flacco for 2013 at a cost of about $14.6 million. "I would guess they want to keep him. He's 28, in the prime of his football life, has never missed a game. His resume on the table is outstanding and his future is even brighter."
Seattle Seahawks: The Seahawks love physical cornerbacks who can play man coverage tight to the line of scrimmage. They weren't afraid to be bold in past moves. They are in the NFC, which should be an advantage. And Jets GM John Idzik has a close relationship with the Seahawks front office. Despite a strong pair of starting cornerbacks, this could be the most logical fit.
Some talks fitz might be on the move as well in AZ
Dude they were 4th and 29! And that was their last possession, Chargers would have won. He caught it at like 7 yards and ran for the rest of the 30! No matter what team you're playing, that is AMAZING. This will be one of the plays of the year
Harvin: 24 year old slot receiver, one of the best athletes in the league.
history of issues with two different coaches. health issues with
A high risk, high reward player.
Welker: -lost his franchise tag with the Patriots.
31 years old slot receiver.
-very productive seasons with New England.
However, Welker has dropped passes in critical moments of the Patriots playoff run this season and last season. The dropped pass during the AFC championship game against the Ravens is a pass that comes to mind. Another dropped pass, in last year's Superbowl against the Giants, also by Welker.
I'm a Patriots fan. Welker has played well under Belichek's system. I think it's time for New England to go for a younger, more explosive athlete in Harvin. As for the character issues with Harvin, can the coach help this dude become a mature, responsible guy?
Go Canucks go!
Last edited by pastarocket; 02-23-2013 at 08:32 AM.