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Old 02-07-2015, 10:01 AM   #1
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The Bills are on the verge of signing Richie Incognito.
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Without further ado, here is the list:

1. Ndamukong Suh, Lions defensive tackle: It's exceedingly rare for superstars of Suh's age (27), talent level and pedigree to reach the open market, which is why he's poised to surpass J.J. Watt as the NFL's highest-paid defensive player. Because it would take a whopping $26.7 million to wield the franchise tag, the Lions are willing to let Suh explore free agency even if he notches a third All-Pro selection. In other words, Suh could be playing for the Giants, Jets, Cowboys or Bears in 2015.


2. Justin Houston, Chiefs pass rusher: The Chiefs couldn't work out a deal with Houston last offseason. It's going to cost them even more to re-sign their premier pass rusher now that he's leading the NFL in sacks while rivaling Von Miller as the best defensive player not named J.J. Watt. The Chiefs really like Houston and don't want to let him get away, per NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport, so the franchise tag is an option.




3. Dez Bryant, Cowboys wide receiver: The most efficient red-zone weapon in the league, Bryant is the only NFL player with double-digit touchdowns in each of the past three seasons. His physicality, vice-grip hands and explosive run-after-catch ability make him a nightmare for cornerbacks. Rapoport has suggested Bryant is seeking upward of $16 million annually. Owner Jerry Jones is determined to ensure that Bryant never wears another uniform.


4. Demaryius Thomas, Broncos wide receiver: For opposing defensive backs, there's no scarier sight than Thomas with the ball in his hands and a full head of steam coming off a bubble screen. He doesn't fight for contested balls like Bryant but still ranks second to Antonio Brown in receptions, yards and touchdowns. It's hard to imagine the Broncos allowing him to reach free agency.


5. Darrelle Revis, Patriots cornerback: Revis' contract was announced as a two-year deal, but the $20 million option for 2015 means he will have to restructure to remain in New England. Revis might not be what he was as a shut-down force from 2009 through 2011, but he knows wide receiver routes better than any cornerback in the game. Over the past two months, he ranks with Richard Sherman as the NFL's best.


6. Julius Thomas, Broncos tight end: Despite missing the last two games, Thomas is already the first tight end in NFL history with at least 12 touchdowns in back-to-back years. Skill-set wise, he ranks behind only Rob Gronkowski and Jimmy Graham at tight end. The Broncos realize his importance to Peyton Manning's aerial attack, which means he's highly unlikely to reach the open market.


7. Mike Iupati, 49ers guard: Iupati has been one of the league's most decorated interior linemen the past few years, earning two Pro Bowl berths and a first-team All-Pro selection in 2012. The 49ers work with a fairly rigid salary hierarchy that could present a problem for a player who could become the NFL's highest paid at his position.




8. DeMarco Murray, Cowboys running back: Even though Murray is in the MVP discussion, the Cowboys will place a higher priority on Bryant this offseason. Running backs no longer get paid, in large part because they can be too easily replaced. Murray deserves to be rewarded for a historically great season, but his injury track record and heavy workload aren't doing his market value any favors. Interesting subplot: Adrian Peterson is already on Jerry Jones' speed dial and has designs on finishing his career with the Cowboys.


9. Jason Pierre-Paul, Giants defensive end: The bulk of JPP's pass-rushing productivity has come in three games versus Tyron Smith (Cowboys), Jared Veldheer (Cardinals) and Jake Matthews (Falcons). While he doesn't harass quarterbacks at the same level as three years ago, he remains dominant against the run. Still just 25 years old, Pierre-Paul has the raw talent that will tempt at least one team into believing he can recapture early-career form.


10. Randall Cobb, Packers wide receiver: Cobb has more value to the Packers than to any other team because he is Aaron Rodgers' security blanket on broken and improvised plays. Per Pro Football Focus, the NFL's best quarterback-to-wide receiver passer rating this season is Rodgers-to-Cobb at 143.6 (not bad for a receiver who was deemed too small for the Bears to draft). The second-best? Rodgers-to-Jordy Nelson at 125.1. We expect the Packers to try to hammer out a long-term deal with Cobb prior to the start of free agency.


Honorable mention: Greg Hardy, Devin McCourty, Jared Odrick, Jerry Hughes, Chris Harris, Jason Worilds, Cliff Avril, Pernell McPhee, Brian Orakpo, Michael Crabtree, Nick Fairley, Jordan Cameron, Jeremy Maclin, Torrey Smith, C.J. Spiller, Brandon Flowers, Ryan Mathews, Mark Ingram, Cecil Shorts, Jabaal Sheard, Mark Sanchez, Brian Hoyer
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Brandon Flowers is a tidy player, in my most humble opinion.

Would love to see Raiders pick up Houston. Mack and Houston could do some damage.
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The Bills are on the verge of signing Richie Incognito.
For Rex Ryan's first big move he chooses to bring in this below avg player who is well known to be a terrific leader of men and a great locker room presence.

Same Old Rex or Same Old Bills? Doesn't have quite the ring of SOJs though
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For Rex Ryan's first big move he chooses to bring in this below avg player who is well known to be a terrific leader of men and a great locker room presence.

Same Old Rex or Same Old Bills? Doesn't have quite the ring of SOJs though
Who's been out of football for 18 months, no less.

SOBs works. It's just not as famous as the SODs or the SOJs.
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Who's been out of football for 18 months, no less.

SOBs works. It's just not as famous as the SODs or the SOJs.
With 18 months of hard workouts I'm sure he's in tip top physical condition.

SOBs (it does work)
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The Incognito story, which is blowing through the NFL like a hurricane this week, has many players shaking their heads. It's one thing to stick a guy with a meal tab, and entirely another to spew racial epithets and pick on a player who very obviously wasn't capable of dealing with that type of abuse.


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"What went on down there was a little too extra and unnecessary," said wide receiver Stevie Johnson. "We're all men, I don't think anyone was trying to directly harm or hurt an individual mentally or physically. But you have to respect a player and I think they missed the respect part."
Respect was coach Doug Marrone's buzzword when he was asked his opinion on what transpired in Miami.


"We're looking at rituals and other activities that involve harassment, abuse and humiliation," Marrone said. "When you use the word hazing, those things come to mind. I've talked to the team constantly about respect. That's the word I use quite a bit about respecting each other, treating people like you want to be treated."
Video: NFL investigating Dolphins over alleged racial harassment

A Miami Dolphins player is under investigation by the NFL after a player left the team over emotional distress endured due to alleged racial harassment. Nathan Frandino reports.






Marrone was a low-round draft choice of the Los Angeles Raiders, and despite a locker room filled with veterans, many of them big personalities, he was not subject to anything remotely close to what Martin was in Miami.


"There were a lot of older players on the team; Matt Millen, Howie Long, Rod Martin, Lester Hayes," Marrone recalled. "There were players that were in the old Raider regime that had a reputation for being a little bit wild, but they treated us with great respect. Nothing outside of carrying pads off the field, and I credit that to the leadership of the team. I've been on a lot of teams because I've been cut so much, but I've never seen anything to an extreme where I would call it hazing."


Kraig Urbik began his career with the Steelers, and he was stuck with a dinner tab one night, but that's it. When he came to Buffalo, he walked into a locker room that was tight-knit, and he knew the atmosphere in the offensive line room was jovial.


"We do a lot of joking around, but its never gotten to the point where you're disrespecting somebody or trying to embarrass somebody," he said. "We have a lot of older guys where no one has to say anything; we keep it within our group and if something needs to be said we handle it."
Incognito has long been known as a loose cannon, not to mention one of the dirtiest players in the NFL. He played for the Bills briefly at the end of the 2009 season — Wood's rookie year — and then left for Miami via free agency.


"I just know Incognito was a wild boy on and off the field," said Johnson, who was also on that 2009 team. "He put in his work when he was here and he put in work off the field. I didn't see him do anything disrespectful to anybody in the locker room; I guess maybe it might have been a personal beef between those two."
Wood and Incognito share an agent, David Dunn. During Super Bowl week they usually get together and hang out. Wood knows Incognito and likes him, but he recognizes that there was a line crossed in this situation.
"Richie is by no means innocent, but there's usually two sides to every story," he said. "Without knowing everything, I don't want to get on Richie too hard for what happened. The language was obviously a terrible misjudgment; in today's society you just can't use racial language, that's how it is.


"I'm assuming he felt some back and forth banter which is kind of how he produces his humor. He gets on guys, guys get on him and he can take it. But you have to have respect for a guy, and when a guy is down which I'm assuming (Martin) was, you've got to know when to pull off. He just used some real bad judgment."




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Same Old Rex or Same Old Bills? Doesn't have quite the ring of SOJs though
How about BoB

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"What went on down there was a little too extra and unnecessary," said wide receiver Stevie Johnson. "We're all men, I don't think anyone was trying to directly harm or hurt an individual mentally or physically. But you have to respect a player and I think they missed the respect part."
Interesting Stevie Johnson's the quoted player here, considering he's Jonathan Martin's teammate now (wasn't then, just interesting coincidence).
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For Rex Ryan's first big move he chooses to bring in this below avg player who is well known to be a terrific leader of men and a great locker room presence.

Same Old Rex or Same Old Bills? Doesn't have quite the ring of SOJs though
Eh, it depends on what they signed him for...
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http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/eye-on-...-with-seahawks

I'm thinking he would fit right in with the culture there.....
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The Seahacks can't afford him with "save the children" RW and Bitch Mode...
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ORCHARD PARK - In an attempt to save space against the salary cap, Buffalo Bills Senior VP of Football Administration and lead contract negotiator Jim Overdorf reportedly has offered prized free agent defensive end Jerry Hughes a five-year, 50 million yen deal.


"The idea was to make an offer that sounded good, while in actuality only being worth a fraction of his true market value," Overdorf said.
The deal, which converts to roughly $425,000 (or $85,000 per year), follows a strict free agency philosophy that Overdorf says he has always followed for the Bills.
"Our philosophy here is simple," Overdorf said. "Lowball excellence and overpay for mediocrity. We’d certainly like to keep Jerry around, but not if it costs us the ability to overpay some of our older, less important guys down the line. That’s priority No. 1."


He continued, "Sure, I could pay Jerry the $40 million he’s looking for. But then the question becomes, how do I pay Chris Williams twice what he’s worth? Where’s the money going to come from for our third kicker? You have to have answers to those questions."
According to sources, the offer did not go over well with Hughes or his agent, who upon hearing it, "both made faces like they had just smelled a fart."


"He kind of put his hand over his mouth and coughed when he said the word ‘yen,’ but we got the message," Hughes said.
One player who wished to remain anonymous added, "Yeah, among us players, we don’t call it an ‘offer.’ We call it an ‘Over,’ as in ‘Overdorf just lowballed the (expletive) out of me, and my career in Buffalo is over.’"


Despite the apparent rift between players and the organization's top bean counter, Overdorf remains confident in his approach to negotiations. "Just look at the exchange rates. We may not have struck a deal today, but in a few weeks, that deal’s going to start looking better and better. You’ll see."
Overdorf says he will continue to look into "progressive" forms of compensation, including but not limited to Bitcoins, IOUs, and "hug coupons."





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