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(CBS Sports)   As Luck would have it, Reggie Wayne signs new three-year deal with the Colts   (cbssports.com) divider line 78
    More: Followup, Reggie Wayne, Joseph Addai, Pierre Thomas, Melvin Bullitt, Gary Brackett, Dallas Clark, Curtis Painter  
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2012-03-14 10:19:35 AM  
I will piss myself with laughter if Luck is drafted by the Colts and refuses to play there for some idiotic reason (or something as simple as "I wanted to learn from Payton Manning, but now that he's not here, I don't need to be either. Trade me")
 
2012-03-14 10:20:17 AM  
...this is just the beginning of the dumb Luck puns, isn't it?

/shiat, I did it too.
//*facepalm* :P
 
2012-03-14 10:21:18 AM  

ManateeGag: I will piss myself with laughter if Luck is drafted by the Colts and refuses to play there for some idiotic reason (or something as simple as "I wanted to learn from Payton Manning, but now that he's not here, I don't need to be either. Trade me")


Heh. If that happens, there's going to be a "this-is-not-a-repeat-from-1983" headline-gasm on Fark. :P

/there might anyway
 
2012-03-14 10:22:45 AM  
It's going to be fun to watch Luck fail and all the excuses and 'Well he's young and has growing to do even though we surely said he was ready as a rookie to lead this team, we always expected him to need some time blah blah blah.'

I don't want Luck to fail but odds and history say he will.
 
2012-03-14 10:26:25 AM  
Colts should draft Blackmon, just to saddle Washington with Sophie's choice. For the lulz.
 
2012-03-14 10:29:28 AM  

PunchDrunkPanda: Colts should draft Blackmon, just to saddle Washington with Sophie's choice. For the lulz.


My hat's off to you for being able to intertwine Sophie's choice and the Washington Redskins...
 
2012-03-14 10:31:17 AM  

rudemix: It's going to be fun to watch Luck fail and all the excuses and 'Well he's young and has growing to do even though we surely said he was ready as a rookie to lead this team, we always expected him to need some time blah blah blah.'

I don't want Luck to fail but odds and history say he will.


Peyton Manning went 3-13 and threw 28 INTs as a rookie. We won't be able to judge Luck after one year.
 
2012-03-14 10:38:37 AM  

Yanks_RSJ: rudemix: It's going to be fun to watch Luck fail and all the excuses and 'Well he's young and has growing to do even though we surely said he was ready as a rookie to lead this team, we always expected him to need some time blah blah blah.'

I don't want Luck to fail but odds and history say he will.

Peyton Manning went 3-13 and threw 28 INTs as a rookie. We won't be able to judge Luck after one year.


I don't think Luck gets as much of a pass if his rookie season is a disaster of that magnitude. Manning wasn't following one of the best QB's of all time in that first year.

Add the possibility of Manning being elsewhere and maybe succeeding with a new team and it's going to be an incredible amount of pressure.
 
2012-03-14 10:42:15 AM  
Peyton Manning went 3-13 and threw 28 INTs as a rookie. We won't be able to judge Luck after one year.

Manning also had 26TDs and 3,700 yards.

It wasn't a bad rookie year for a QB.

His last 5 games were also pretty good 10Tds, 6 Ints, rating 90.


It'll be more important how Luck finishes than how he starts.
 
2012-03-14 10:46:02 AM  

Yanks_RSJ: Peyton Manning went 3-13 and threw 28 INTs as a rookie. We won't be able to judge Luck after one year.


We will if he's really good. No?
 
2012-03-14 10:52:22 AM  
This is infuriating. We're so dedicated to trimming the fat and building up a new team, but we re-sign the visibly slowing Wayne. Meanwhile we let Garcon walk away.

Now Luck will have Grandpa Wayne and the Concussion Kid to throw too if we don't let Collie walk. I hope Tamme can pick up a lot of slack this year.
 
2012-03-14 10:54:42 AM  
Not a terrible move, but what the fark were they thinking by getting rid of Clark? Yes, he's been hurt, but a good TE is the best tool a young QB can have.
 
2012-03-14 11:08:11 AM  
Wow, huge contract for Megatron.
 
2012-03-14 11:09:06 AM  

JohnBigBootay: Yanks_RSJ: Peyton Manning went 3-13 and threw 28 INTs as a rookie. We won't be able to judge Luck after one year.

We will if he's really good. No?


Yes. I'd say objectively Luck can only be a pleasant surprise as a rookie, unless he's Ryan Leaf or Jamarcus Russell.
 
2012-03-14 11:27:36 AM  

Time Traveling Bunnies: This is infuriating. We're so dedicated to trimming the fat and building up a new team, but we re-sign the visibly slowing Wayne. Meanwhile we let Garcon walk away.

Now Luck will have Grandpa Wayne and the Concussion Kid to throw too if we don't let Collie walk. I hope Tamme can pick up a lot of slack this year.


Garcon is OK, but even a slowing Reggie Wayne is better for Luck. Wayne has way more experience and I'm sure clout among offensive players. He also catches the balls he should catch. Garcon makes enough amazing, difficult catches that it's easy to forget that he drops the easy ones. No thanks. I'll take Wayne. Also, Garcon is more expensive than Wayne, so this isn't really going against the trimming-the-fat strategy.
 
2012-03-14 11:30:38 AM  

UNC_Samurai: Not a terrible move, but what the fark were they thinking by getting rid of Clark? Yes, he's been hurt, but a good TE is the best tool a young QB can have.


The thought is Tamme will replace Clark's numbers. Although I think Tamme is a FA as well.
 
2012-03-14 11:35:10 AM  
This todays FA thread? I'm stuck at work on my mobile and you Farkers (especially robsul82) are awesome at getting all the news as soon as it breaks.
 
2012-03-14 11:37:40 AM  

Zombie Hitler: Yanks_RSJ: rudemix: It's going to be fun to watch Luck fail and all the excuses and 'Well he's young and has growing to do even though we surely said he was ready as a rookie to lead this team, we always expected him to need some time blah blah blah.'

I don't want Luck to fail but odds and history say he will.

Peyton Manning went 3-13 and threw 28 INTs as a rookie. We won't be able to judge Luck after one year.

I don't think Luck gets as much of a pass if his rookie season is a disaster of that magnitude. Manning wasn't following one of the best QB's of all time in that first year.

Add the possibility of Manning being elsewhere and maybe succeeding with a new team and it's going to be an incredible amount of pressure.


Manning's original season wasn't a barn burner, especially with the cherry picked negative stats, but he also had some good upside stats as posted. The biggest difference between Luck and Manning's first years, IMO, is situational. The table is set completely different for both entering. Again, I have no dog in the fight, nothing against the Colts or Luck, nor a hard-on for Manning. I just see the odds favoring him not being the success he is touted as being. Especially if Manning does good, or even great. The ramifications from it all could be excellent to watch for someone on the outside of it all like me.
 
2012-03-14 11:38:01 AM  

rmcooper4: Garcon is OK, but even a slowing Reggie Wayne is better for Luck. Wayne has way more experience and I'm sure clout among offensive players. He also catches the balls he should catch. Garcon makes enough amazing, difficult catches that it's easy to forget that he drops the easy ones. No thanks. I'll take Wayne. Also, Garcon is more expensive than Wayne, so this isn't really going against the trimming-the-fat strategy.


Garcon is younger and still in his prime. It'd be better for him to grow with Luck the way Wayne did with Manning. Wayne is still viable but after these three years I don't see him coming back. Garcon might cost a little bit more, but he would be a valuable asset in the coming years for a growing team.

/would have been anyway
//so long Garcon, and thanks for all the drops
///damn you Polian for making me argue FOR Garcon
 
2012-03-14 11:42:54 AM  
FA News: Bucs sign V-Jax, guard Carl Nicks, and cornerback Eric Wright.

Rams: Cortland Finnegan reaches 5-year, $50 mil deal

Chargers: Robert Meachem reach 4-year $25 mil deal
 
2012-03-14 11:43:08 AM  
Is this the FA thread for today?

Alright, not that anyone else will care, but the Browns are out of the bidding for Matt Flynn and are rumored to be looking at a trade for Texans RB Ben Tate.
 
2012-03-14 11:54:39 AM  

Time Traveling Bunnies: rmcooper4: Garcon is OK, but even a slowing Reggie Wayne is better for Luck. Wayne has way more experience and I'm sure clout among offensive players. He also catches the balls he should catch. Garcon makes enough amazing, difficult catches that it's easy to forget that he drops the easy ones. No thanks. I'll take Wayne. Also, Garcon is more expensive than Wayne, so this isn't really going against the trimming-the-fat strategy.

Garcon is younger and still in his prime. It'd be better for him to grow with Luck the way Wayne did with Manning. Wayne is still viable but after these three years I don't see him coming back. Garcon might cost a little bit more, but he would be a valuable asset in the coming years for a growing team.

/would have been anyway
//so long Garcon, and thanks for all the drops
///damn you Polian for making me argue FOR Garcon


I mean, I see what you're saying, but I don't think Garcon is someone you want to grown your receiving corps around. I agree Wayne probably won't be back after three years, but I think there's something to be said for having a long-time veteran to work with. Maybe they can pick up a viable #1 receiver in the time being. Garcon is fine, but I guess I'd rather have Wayne's experience, knowledge, and leadership over Garcon's dubious talent and creeping diva-ness. After all that, I could have understood going either way, though. I just happen to like this option better.
 
2012-03-14 11:56:53 AM  

rmcooper4: I mean, I see what you're saying, but I don't think Garcon is someone you want to grown your receiving corps around. I agree Wayne probably won't be back after three years, but I think there's something to be said for having a long-time veteran to work with. Maybe they can pick up a viable #1 receiver in the time being. Garcon is fine, but I guess I'd rather have Wayne's experience, knowledge, and leadership over Garcon's dubious talent and creeping diva-ness. After all that, I could have understood going either way, though. I just happen to like this option better


Garcon is the perfect Redskins free agent signing. I'm not saying that to be complimentary.
 
2012-03-14 11:59:35 AM  

Time Traveling Bunnies: rmcooper4: Garcon is OK, but even a slowing Reggie Wayne is better for Luck. Wayne has way more experience and I'm sure clout among offensive players. He also catches the balls he should catch. Garcon makes enough amazing, difficult catches that it's easy to forget that he drops the easy ones. No thanks. I'll take Wayne. Also, Garcon is more expensive than Wayne, so this isn't really going against the trimming-the-fat strategy.

Garcon is younger and still in his prime. It'd be better for him to grow with Luck the way Wayne did with Manning. Wayne is still viable but after these three years I don't see him coming back. Garcon might cost a little bit more, but he would be a valuable asset in the coming years for a growing team.

/would have been anyway
//so long Garcon, and thanks for all the drops
///damn you Polian for making me argue FOR Garcon


Garcon didn't cost a little more. He cost a lot more. We have limited cap space to work with this year and many holes to fill. It doesn't make sense to drop $42 million on an inconsistent, not even #1 quality receiver. The team is rebuilding from the ground up, but there still needs to be talent (hell warm bodies) on the team to move forward. We can afford to splurge on a super duper #1 receiver next year when we gain back 38 million in the dead cap space. Until then we need to spread the money around a little to fill in major holes that we can't or want to avoid hitting in the draft.
 
2012-03-14 12:00:56 PM  

rmcooper4: I mean, I see what you're saying, but I don't think Garcon is someone you want to grown your receiving corps around. I agree Wayne probably won't be back after three years, but I think there's something to be said for having a long-time veteran to work with. Maybe they can pick up a viable #1 receiver in the time being. Garcon is fine, but I guess I'd rather have Wayne's experience, knowledge, and leadership over Garcon's dubious talent and creeping diva-ness. After all that, I could have understood going either way, though. I just happen to like this option better.


Yeah I understand that too. Mainly the Colts front office just worries me. It's not like a hockey team having a fire sale to rebuild mid-season. They have consistently neglected the defense and poured everything into Manning for too long without planning for the future. I'm just looking forward to a few rocky years.

In other FA News: Colts swap 6th round picks with Philadelphia and pick up OL Winston Justice
 
2012-03-14 12:07:28 PM  
FA News: Bears agree to terms for former Falcon Eric Weems WR/KR for 3 years
 
2012-03-14 12:13:17 PM  
 
2012-03-14 12:15:43 PM  

rmcooper4: Garcon is fine, but I guess I'd rather have Wayne's experience, knowledge, and leadership over Garcon's dubious talent and creeping diva-ness.


Not that this is an indicator of "on-the-field diva-ness" but my dad talked with Pierre a few times when the construction on Georgia Street was impacting the parking and general getting in and out of the building Pierre was living in. It was a pretty big inconvenience and my dad said he was super cool about everything.

/I know, CSB, but it is sort of relevant.
 
2012-03-14 12:16:30 PM  
I guess the one good thing about the Bears signing Marshall, Weems and others is they may not have enough cap room to sign Mario Williams. THAT would be a nightmare to face. Sheesh.
 
2012-03-14 12:21:22 PM  

Yanks_RSJ: Yes. I'd say objectively Luck can only be a pleasant surprise as a rookie, unless he's Ryan Leaf or Jamarcus Russell.


Well, time will tell. No such thing as a sure thing when it comes to on the field performance. He certainly could wash out of the league. But in the bigger himan being picture I'm sure Mr High school valedictorian return for senior year at Stanford, academic all-star of the year, won't be in hock to his jeweler or get caught stealing vicodin any time soon. How many football players major in architecture?
 
2012-03-14 12:39:53 PM  
Calvin Johnson just got a 7 year/132m extension from the Lions with 60m guaranteed. This is only going to make the Brees negotiation that much tougher - I wouldn't be surprised if Brees asks for even more than he originally did.
 
2012-03-14 12:50:53 PM  
Per Jason Cole - Pats interested in LaRon Landry, Law Firm to visit the Bengals.
 
2012-03-14 12:54:35 PM  
@AdamSchefter
Vikings reached agreement with former Seahawks tight end John Carslon on a five-year, $25 million deal.
2 minutes ago
 
2012-03-14 12:58:25 PM  
FA News: Redskins finalize deal for 2nd overall pick. Will give Rams 6th and 39th overall picks as well as first round picks in 2013 and 2014.
 
2012-03-14 01:06:34 PM  
FA News: Colts pick up former Ravens DE Cory Redding for 3-yr, $10.5 mill
 
2012-03-14 01:10:23 PM  
Pacman Jones is "intriguing" - Schefter.

/fark you, Schefty, I ain't bolding that, lol
 
2012-03-14 01:13:55 PM  
Law Firm AND Michael Bush will be visiting the Bengals.
 
2012-03-14 01:16:45 PM  
Jets and Pats both pining for LaRon Landry.

Iggles traded OL Winston Justice & 6th to Colts for higher 6th. Move will save Philly $4.3 mil over 2 years for cap.
 
2012-03-14 01:18:10 PM  
@AdamSchefter
Kyle Orton reached a three-year agreement with the Dallas Cowboys.
1 minute ago
 
2012-03-14 01:19:16 PM  

robsul82: @AdamSchefter
Kyle Orton reached a three-year agreement with the Dallas Cowboys.
1 minute ago


hahaha
 
2012-03-14 01:19:49 PM  
Neckbeard to Big D! One Romo ouchie from The Kyle Orton Era in front of 100,000 people! lol
 
2012-03-14 01:20:26 PM  
Michael Bush is visiting the Bears today, per Adam Caplan.
 
2012-03-14 01:24:20 PM  

robsul82: Per Jason Cole - Pats interested in LaRon Landry, Law Firm to visit the Bengals.


Well, that's bad news for Pats fans.
 
2012-03-14 01:29:53 PM  
Interesting and hilarious read (new window), twitter exchange between fan and freak-of-nature LaRon Landry where he admits to issue with achilles.

Also, which Farker was that?
 
2012-03-14 01:33:05 PM  
Per PFT, the Jets, Lions, Eagles, and Pats are all interested in LaRon Landry's services.
 
2012-03-14 01:38:58 PM  

PunchDrunkPanda: Interesting and hilarious read (new window), twitter exchange between fan and freak-of-nature LaRon Landry where he admits to issue with achilles.

Also, which Farker was that?


That was awesome!
 
2012-03-14 01:45:12 PM  
Peyton Manning is being driven to the Titans' practice facility for a super secret meeting RIGHT NOW, so says Schefter.

/also, the Chargers re-signed Jared Gaither
 
2012-03-14 01:47:36 PM  

roflmaonow: PunchDrunkPanda: Interesting and hilarious read (new window), twitter exchange between fan and freak-of-nature LaRon Landry where he admits to issue with achilles.

Also, which Farker was that?

That was awesome!


Fan: i'm not entirely sure what you're saying, but my only point is we need you healthy more now that ever with Otogwe gone.

Landry: u know exactly wt I'm saying... Don't lie to urself boss

Fan: the finer points of your syntax elude me sometimes.

Landry: respect

There's a meme here somewhere, I'm sure of it...
 
2012-03-14 01:53:23 PM  
Nick Folk will be back to folk up kicks for the Jets this year.
 
2012-03-14 02:04:33 PM  
Chargers sign linebacker Jarrett Johnson to a 4-year deal, per Caplan.
 
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