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Cam Phillips WR, Unsigned Free Agent


Houston Chronicle's Aaron Wilson reports the Dolphins and Bengals are interested in XFL Roughnecks WR Cam Phillips.

Phillips was arguably the XFL's unofficial runner-up MVP behind former teammate and now Panthers QB P.J. Walker, finishing with league-highs in catches (31), receiving yards (455), and receiving scores (9) under coach June Jones and the Roughnecks' high-flying progressive scheme.

age 24

6'0" ..201 lbs.

 
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Cam Phillips WR, Unsigned Free Agent


Houston Chronicle's Aaron Wilson reports the Dolphins and Bengals are interested in XFL Roughnecks WR Cam Phillips.

Phillips was arguably the XFL's unofficial runner-up MVP behind former teammate and now Panthers QB P.J. Walker, finishing with league-highs in catches (31), receiving yards (455), and receiving scores (9) under coach June Jones and the Roughnecks' high-flying progressive scheme.

age 24

6'0" ..201 lbs.

Hell, why not? Bring him in for a look
 

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Article says Bengals all stacked up with WR's.



Don't know anything about him but he does look pretty damn talented
 

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If he comes in he gets in line with Gary Jennings, Mack Hollins, Ricardo Louis and a few others looking for a spot to open up in the Dolphins unit of Parker, Williams, Hurns, Ford, Wilson and Grant.
 

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I love stories like this one...

The Seattle Times reports there's a "growing thought around the league" that free agent Jadeveon Clowney could wait until training camp to sign.
Clowney hasn’t come close to the $20 million AAV he's looking for in free agency. The latest reports have Seattle offering something in the $13-15 million per year range — far below his asking price. Coming off a down season with a lengthy injury history, it's not surprising Clowney hasn't had much outside interest to this point. Even if he waits out the market, Clowney looks headed for a one-year, prove-it deal.
 

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I love stories like this one...

The Seattle Times reports there's a "growing thought around the league" that free agent Jadeveon Clowney could wait until training camp to sign.
Clowney hasn’t come close to the $20 million AAV he's looking for in free agency. The latest reports have Seattle offering something in the $13-15 million per year range — far below his asking price. Coming off a down season with a lengthy injury history, it's not surprising Clowney hasn't had much outside interest to this point. Even if he waits out the market, Clowney looks headed for a one-year, prove-it deal.
Someone on here said we offered 17 mil a yr and Seattle offered 17.5, this certainly dispels that. He is simply not a 20 mil a yr player.
 

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He would have been if he'd been smart enough to come to us last year.

But he refused to be part of a honorable build. Instead, he ran to the easier looking situation and never realized how big of a mistake that he was making. We'd have paid him more than Seattle ever can... we have the cap space and really needed a building block.

His loss... I hope he chokes on it.
 

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He would have been if he'd been smart enough to come to us last year.

But he refused to be part of a honorable build. Instead, he ran to the easier looking situation and never realized how big of a mistake that he was making. We'd have paid him more than Seattle ever can... we have the cap space and really needed a building block.

His loss... I hope he chokes on it.
He wanted a run at the SB. Now he wants to get paid. He’s a heck of a player. But I don’t want to pay him.
 
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