Peppers,or Taylor-will one be a patriot?

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    Peppers,or Taylor-will one be a patriot?

    I rather go with Tim he's younger and wants out of Detroit.

     
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    Peppers,or Taylor-will one be a patriot?

    The only Taylor that will play for the Patriots in 09 is already on the roster.
     
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    I'm wishing Taylor will be a Patriot.
     
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    Peppers,or Taylor-will one be a patriot?

    I would say the odds of either of them being a Patriot is probably 60-40. And most of that is Jason Taylor.

    Peppers is a nice thought, but there are so many compications (compensation, adaptability, salary cap) that it seems unlikely.

    Frankly, I don't mind the idea of NE getting younger and cheaper, not having to bring on a guy who would make bare minimum $9-10 million per season, and maybe upwards.
     
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    I am holding out hope that we get JT and say screw Peppers, he is too much money and i would rather use the money we would pay him to resign Wilfork and Mankins and maybe eve Seymour. But JT is not worth much more then the vet min as far as i am concerned.
     
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    http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/blog/around_the_nfl/post/Pats-Kraft-open-to-idea-of-adding-Taylor;_ylt=AkvJvpPvyy8IxowQCkl1ypxDubYF?urn=nfl,150318

    with 4.4 million in cap room.i dont know how,but if Mr Kraft likes the idea,well i guess they will get it done.
     
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    http://www.yahoo.com/s/1049096

    harley-check this out.
     
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    Peppers,or Taylor-will one be a patriot?

    All of you worried about the cost of Julius Peppers might want to consider that Taylor will be a specialist. By his own admission he is no longer an every-down player and you should multiply whatever you pay him by three -- because that will be his down -- unless it's third and short.

    Come to think of it, maybe you should multiply by four.
     
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    Peppers,or Taylor-will one be a patriot?

    many many rumors of these two comeing to the pats.So many things have been said about one,or the other.that I bought into it.just to hear the rumors get shot down.even taylor is only 50 percent of being a patriot,which isnt a lock.so i ask regardless if you dont like one of these players.does one of them become a patriot this year?im leaning on both will not be a patriot,but would love to see one,or the other to be a patriot.

     
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    I'd say there was a better chance for Taylor, simply because of cost. But I don't think he'd sign right off. At his age he's not going to want to go through all the mini-camps and such. If he were to sign in July before the main training camp starts that would be good. I also believe he'd take a cap friendly contract to come to Foxboro. He's surely wanting a shot at a ring more than an extra mil or so. He would also be a good mentor for any young LBs they bring in, not to mention guys already on the roster. Peppers would take a lot of finagling, and he would have to come down on the price. As far as him being able to adapt to a 3-4 I think BB would only sign him if he was confident it would work out.
     
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    The Pats need to keep some money to pay for draft picks. Of course, first they need to decide how many picks and in what position that actually need. Surfely, they don't intend to commit half the payroll to for 2 players, then find out they cannot pay any of the draft picks the have? After all, another Mayo would make a great sandwich!
     
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    What about this guy?

    He may not be as effective side-to-side as he used to be, but nobody named Otis will ever get by him.
     
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    Peppers,or Taylor-will one be a patriot?

    Taylor...Peppers is becoming a pipe dream...
     
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    http://www.bostonherald.com/sports/football/other_nfl/view.bg?articleid=1161242&format=text

    even if peppers was to make a affordable contract,the panthers will want a ridiculous compensation for him.
     
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    Taylor...Peppers is becoming a pipe dream...
    Posted by Going_the_Distance

    http://www2.journalnow.com/content/2009/apr/09/dragging-his-feet-panthers-still-waiting-on-pepper/sports-professional-football/

    I would think so,but they wont let it die.
     
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    Re: Peppers,or Taylor-will one be a patriot?

    The Pats need to keep some money to pay for draft picks. Of course, first they need to decide how many picks and in what position that actually need. Surfely, they don't intend to commit half the payroll to for 2 players, then find out they cannot pay any of the draft picks the have? After all, another Mayo would make a great sandwich!
    Posted by BTownExpress


    The Pats already have about $4.3MM in available cap which is enough for all the draft picks when you consider we have 61 players on the roster and can only carry 61 so for every draft pick who makes the team, someone on the team has to be released freeing up more cap.
     
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    Re: Peppers,or Taylor-will one be a patriot?

    many many rumors of these two comeing to the pats.So many things have been said about one,or the other.that I bought into it.just to hear the rumors get shot down.even taylor is only 50 percent of being a patriot,which isnt a lock.so i ask regardless if you dont like one of these players.does one of them become a patriot this year?im leaning on both will not be a patriot,but would love to see one,or the other to be a patriot.
    Posted by mosseffect43


    Peppers...less than 1% chance and that's only because of never say never.

    Taylor will depend entirely on if he wants a good chance of getting a ring before his retires. 60-40 he comes here.
     
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