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    T.J. Ward's agent addresses his situation

    By Pat McManamon | ESPN.com Mar 5

    http://espn.go.com/blog/cleveland-br...-his-situation

    Ward can negotiate with the Browns up to and after the start of free agency.

    Ward's agent Josh Arnold released a statement this week addressing Ward's status.

    It read:


    “After receiving numerous requests from local and national media outlets, fans, and several others connected to the Cleveland community, we felt it necessary to provide a statement with respect to T.J.'s current contract situation.

    “Detailed contract discussions with multiple front office executives of the Browns began last month at the NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis. Since then, several conversations have occurred in an attempt to secure a new deal for T.J., but we've yet to agree on terms that work for both sides.


    Just to go along with this thread

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    If we land Jackson and Ward, can we be called the Denver Browns? I kid, but Charlie will feel even more at home here

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    Quote Originally Posted by the0rangecrush View Post
    If we land Jackson and Ward, can we be called the Denver Browns? I kid, but Charlie will feel even more at home here
    Wasn't it during the Shanahan-era that Denver was, at one point, nicknamed the Browncos?

    Anyway, sadly enough, Jackson is off the market.
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    Here's an idea to kick around.

    Elway should put together an offer sheet for Seattle's back-up RFA SS Jeron Johnson, to whom the Seahawks have extended a 2nd round tender.

    He's been outstanding on special teams and is a high-upside ball-hawking playmaker that just doesn't see the field much behind Kam Chancellor.

    Last year he was Seattle's dime back.

    I'm thinking that if Denver put together an offer sheet that would pay him ~$2M on average over four years Seattle would let him go for Denver's 2nd round pick (#63 overall).
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    I love Ward's physicality. That's something we really need in our secondary. And why Seattle wins so many games. We need our opponents to get tired of being whaled on in the back field.

    You don't tire out (as easily) when you're being smacked by toothpicks..

    I like Ward's physicality and his price tag in comparison to Byrd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by onanygivensunda View Post
    Here's an idea to kick around.

    Elway should put together an offer sheet for Seattle's back-up RFA SS Jeron Johnson, to whom the Seahawks have extended a 2nd round tender.

    He's been outstanding on special teams and is a high-upside ball-hawking playmaker that just doesn't see the field much behind Kam Chancellor.

    Last year he was Seattle's dime back.

    I'm thinking that if Denver put together an offer sheet that would pay him ~$2M on average over four years Seattle would let him go for Denver's 2nd round pick (#63 overall).
    Ew no thanks, wouldnt be an upgrade to what we have

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vhailor View Post
    Wasn't it during the Shanahan-era that Denver was, at one point, nicknamed the Browncos?

    Anyway, sadly enough, Jackson is off the market.

    Ew, yeah that was something I had remembered a couple days ago but was never going to repeat.

    I can't remember exactly but we scored like 3 Browns from FA that year. (2007?) I honestly don't remember the names or who. But I did remember having to hear the Browncos junk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by onanygivensunda View Post
    Here's an idea to kick around.

    Elway should put together an offer sheet for Seattle's back-up RFA SS Jeron Johnson, to whom the Seahawks have extended a 2nd round tender.

    He's been outstanding on special teams and is a high-upside ball-hawking playmaker that just doesn't see the field much behind Kam Chancellor.

    Last year he was Seattle's dime back.

    I'm thinking that if Denver put together an offer sheet that would pay him ~$2M on average over four years Seattle would let him go for Denver's 2nd round pick (#63 overall).
    I'd rather not, completely unproven.

    Not worth a 2nd.

    Sign a Ward/Whitner/Ihedigbo and keep our pick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by onanygivensunda View Post
    Here's an idea to kick around.

    Elway should put together an offer sheet for Seattle's back-up RFA SS Jeron Johnson, to whom the Seahawks have extended a 2nd round tender.

    He's been outstanding on special teams and is a high-upside ball-hawking playmaker that just doesn't see the field much behind Kam Chancellor.

    Last year he was Seattle's dime back.

    I'm thinking that if Denver put together an offer sheet that would pay him ~$2M on average over four years Seattle would let him go for Denver's 2nd round pick (#63 overall).
    The Broncos aren't giving up a 2nd for a backup safety...

    And I watched Johnson in college at Boise. He's not worth giving up a draft pick in this draft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amari24 View Post
    The Broncos aren't giving up a 2nd for a backup safety...

    And I watched Johnson in college at Boise. He's not worth giving up a draft pick in this draft.
    That may be a short-sighted perspective.

    DBs improve in Seattle's system. Pete takes great pride in developing DBs, being one himself many years ago.

    Look at Sherman (5th rd), Browner (UDFA), Maxwell (6th rd), Chancellor (5th rd), etc.

    Had they played like NFL starters in college, they would have been drafted in the 1st and 2nd rounds.

    Jeron Johnson can play... and he'd be relatively cheap in the long run.
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    ^ It's still a lot to lose, hopeful to gain gamble..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Denver Mike View Post
    Ew, yeah that was something I had remembered a couple days ago but was never going to repeat.

    I can't remember exactly but we scored like 3 Browns from FA that year. (2007?) I honestly don't remember the names or who. But I did remember having to hear the Browncos junk.
    It was 2005. And for all the crap we got for it, those guys nearly took us to the Super Bowl. We added Gerrard Warren, Courtney Brown, Ebenezer Ekuban, and Michael Myers one year. Then the next year we brought in Kenard Lang. In flashes that line (with Trevor Pryce as well) was borderline dominant. Until The Steelers figured out Larry Coyer's blitz scheme anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Den615 View Post
    It was 2005. And for all the crap we got for it, those guys nearly took us to the Super Bowl. We added Gerrard Warren, Courtney Brown, Ebenezer Ekuban, and Michael Myers one year. Then the next year we brought in Kenard Lang. In flashes that line (with Trevor Pryce as well) was borderline dominant. Until The Steelers figured out Larry Coyer's blitz scheme anyway.
    Thats right. I knew it was definitely a while back. And I do remember it actually working out quite well for us. Hearing about the Browncos was never fun though :/

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    I do miss me some Ekuban though..

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    Cecil Lammey ‏@cecillammey 15h
    In addition to Jairus Byrd, #Broncos could have strong interest in T.J. Ward because of the Heckert connection.
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