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24 minutes ago, RedzoneMonster said:

Browns owner to GM:  “We’ve been getting positive press for the first time in a decade. What can we do to reverse this”.  

GM:  “I have an idea....”

Positive press comes from winning.  Someone was going to sign Hunt.

Now this means Johnson or Chubb get moved during the draft.

 

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44 minutes ago, BobSanders_33 said:

Positive press comes from winning.  Someone was going to sign Hunt.

Now this means Johnson or Chubb get moved during the draft.

 

I mean yeah maybe.  Probably duke fot peanuts.  Its a 1 year deal so not like it changes the whole dynamics of the team.  

Wouldnt make any sense to trade Chubb unless they dont think highly of him.

 

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31 minutes ago, listen2me 23 said:

I mean yeah maybe.  Probably duke fot peanuts.  Its a 1 year deal so not like it changes the whole dynamics of the team.  

Wouldnt make any sense to trade Chubb unless they dont think highly of him.

 

Unless I'm missing something, this contract could be for 10 games or less. It's a one year deal and he'll be suspended for a good portion of that. He'll be a restricted free agent, so I guess the Browns get the ability to match an offer but is it worth the bad press?

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1 hour ago, Brutal Brutus said:

Unless I'm missing something, this contract could be for 10 games or less. It's a one year deal and he'll be suspended for a good portion of that. He'll be a restricted free agent, so I guess the Browns get the ability to match an offer but is it worth the bad press?

I'm guessing they could cut him if they want. I think it smart they nabbed him. 

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The Browns and Chiefs have the 2 top young elite QBs in the AFC and are both young rising powers.  They are going to be a huge rivalry next decade and this only adds more sauce.  Should be fun to watch. Baker Mayfield gives attitude and now with Hunt on board, they seem primed to be villains in this rivalry.

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I'd like to see how many games Hunt will get suspended. If they get a decent wr this offence will be legit.

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The only thing I can think of is they're trying to create a Kamara/Ingram-type scenario in Cleveland.  Probably not a bad idea (from a football standpoint, not a morality standpoint) considering how well it worked for New Orleans.

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I think Chubb is a better player.  

Hunt is very good, but playing with the Chiefs I think indeed helped him. 

I think this move is very interesting based on my opening statement about Chubb. 

 

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4 hours ago, Raider 84 said:

I'd like to see how many games Hunt will get suspended. If they get a decent wr this offence will be legit.

That offense should rack up close to 400 points next year if they add nothing.  If Dorsey continues to evaluate talent well and finds another good WR in the draft or trade or free agency, it probably goes over 400.

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15 hours ago, Super Cubs said:

As a Chubb owner this kind of sucks. 

It probably wont impact you next season...maybe after if they even keep him.  He could be a stash and trade once the heat is off.

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Chubb owners just hope for a nice lengthy suspension to be known before draft time. Hopefully then Hunt can be drafted late and stashed by Chubb owner. 

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Chubb turns into the lead rb for the Patriots? 

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