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Old 09-15-2005, 07:27 PM
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Old 09-15-2005, 07:51 PM
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I like Lavar and I was really impressed with the piece on Comcast about him giving $200.00 gift cards to two busloads full of hurricane refugees.

That said I wonder how bad (privately of course) that the organization would like to be able to get out of his contract.

That is one area where it will still take years to undo all the Snyder damage that was done before JG's return.
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Old 09-15-2005, 07:58 PM
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I like Lavar and I was really impressed with the piece on Comcast about him giving $200.00 gift cards to two busloads full of hurricane refugees.

That said I wonder how bad (privately of course) that the organization would like to be able to get out of his contract.

That is one area where it will still take years to undo all the Snyder damage that was done before JG's return.
I think LaVar's new deal was struck while Gibbs was here. You can't blame management for injuries either way. LaVar had no previous injury concerns and had shown glimpses of being a playmaker and was/is a superior talent. Once he gets back to full speed, we will all be glad he is here.
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Old 09-15-2005, 08:16 PM
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I think LaVar's new deal was struck while Gibbs was here. You can't blame management for injuries either way. LaVar had no previous injury concerns and had shown glimpses of being a playmaker and was/is a superior talent. Once he gets back to full speed, we will all be glad he is here.
No, the new deal was done weeks before Gibbs retuned. Gibbs has said whenever that came up that this was before he got there.

The deal was done in haist and done to push back a salary cap mess before the end of the season. Under the original deal Lavar would have to be released by now. What they did in hindsite was bury themselves deeper though.

I like him and his talent, but I said to a friend at that time that he was not worth Ray Lewis money. I don't know who the highest paid LB in the league is now, but it shouldn't be Lavar.

He should be making about the same as Washington.
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Old 09-15-2005, 08:28 PM
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No, the new deal was done weeks before Gibbs retuned. Gibbs has said whenever that came up that this was before he got there.

The deal was done in haist and done to push back a salary cap mess before the end of the season. Under the original deal Lavar would have to be released by now. What they did in hindsite was bury themselves deeper though.

I like him and his talent, but I said to a friend at that time that he was not worth Ray Lewis money. I don't know who the highest paid LB in the league is now, but it shouldn't be Lavar.

He should be making about the same as Washington.
Arrington had made 3 pro bowls in his first 4 years, if he makes 2 more he is free to get out of his contract or we can throw him another 3.25 million. We'll see what we think then.

I do agree about how his and most recently, Samuels, contracts were done at the 11th hour to save money but create potential problems for the future. Those guys have been here for 5 years and are both on their 3rd contracts.
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There is NO better time for Lavar to step up than on MNF.
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Old 09-16-2005, 08:51 AM
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Lavar use to just roam the field for victims. Now he is in a system that works, but he has to be disciplined. He will flourish but it could take some time.. When he is down in a four point stance, I feel that he doesn't get off the line quick enough. He needs to be on the line standing upright, just like LT did in NY. He could become our most effective pass rusher.
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Don't blame the State for haboring that guy. Find out where he lives and I will pay him a visit.
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