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The back and forth on Jennings, Finley in Green Bay

Yes. No. Yes. No. Yes. No.

Enough!

As free agency inches closer by the day, as the NFL combine winds down this week, as a negotiating window between free agents and teams opens March 9, the back and forth on what previously seemed certain gets more convoluted.

This applies specifically to the situation in Green Bay surrounding wide receiver Greg Jennings and tight end Jermichael Finley.

Let me address Finley first:

Remember that the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal reported in mid December the Packers had decided to part ways with Finley after the season. The reason for this divorce was said to be Finley's dropped passes, inconsistent production and a little bit of an attitude toward his work and place on the team.

Well, over the weekend the same newspaper, indeed the same reporter, reported  the certainty of December has become muddled in February. Yes. No. Yes. No.

Apparently, the team is "torn" whether or not to get rid of Finley -- most likely by simply cutting him.

So that, by definition means he might stay. So that, by definition means we will have wasted many minutes, words and brain cells on this topic. For nothing.

Bottom line here is Finley might remain with his team even as many Dolphins fans considered him a possibility for their team.

(You remember the post I put up a few days ago about how fans and media often react faster than the teams relative to rumors of players becoming available? Now you see why teams take a more systematic approach.)

So Finley might not be available.

The Packers, meanwhile, are not denying the rumor that Greg Jennings, a couple of weeks from hitting free agency and an almost certain target of the Dolphins, might be franchised.

That rumor was floated over the weekend by The NFL Network.

And Green Bay GM Ted Thompson, who once interviewed to be Miami's GM although he didn't get the gig, didn't dispel the rumor in any way.

"We think it’s a good way to manage the NFL if you’re able to retain your own players," Thompson said at the NFL combine, "We’d very much like to do that, and that includes Greg."

So the player who was certain to hit free agency now might be franchised. Yes. No. Yes. No.

Of course, this begs the question: Why?

The Packers clearly are not in a cap position to invest the approximate $10.4 million cap hit on Jennings it would cost. They have talent at wide receiver. Jennings is coming off an injury-filled season. And he's going to be 30 years old.

So he's the franchise tag target?

Well, there's this theory from yours truly:

Perhaps the Packers are fully aware there will be interest in Jennings, including from the Dolphins and want to somehow work in a way to get something in return for the player. The only way to do that is to tag him and then let another team work out a trade for the player and sign him to a new deal.

Why is this possible?

Well, the Packers might want to get, say, a fifth-round pick out of the deal. And a team that knows it will be chasing Jennings might not mind giving up such a pick in exchange for the certainty of getting the player in trade rather than fishing for him in unrestricted free agency.

That alone might convince the Packers to tag Jennings, if only temporarily.

There's also the possibility the Packers simply don't want to lose a good player but also don't want to commit to him long-term because of his age and recent injury history. So a one-year franchise tag keeps him in Green Bay but doesn't commit the team to the major guaranteed money Jennings is seeking.

Both are possible.

By the way, the same newspaper and again the same reporter that reported the back and forth on Finley today tweeted that Joe Philbin isn't a huge fan of Jennings. I buy that. But that's because I don't think Philbin is a "huge fan" of many players. He's frankly a cup of coffee short of a coma. The guy doesn't get too high about anyone. And he doesn't get too low about anyone.

He simply is ... steady.

He's not jumping on tables for anybody.

The Dolphins plan to talk to Jennings at this point. That has not changed.

Now, you want my opinion on this Jennings matter? If not, you are finished. Go to the comments section. If so, read on.

Opinion:

I don't think the Packers are going to tag Jennings because 1. They can't spare that kind of cap space. 2. They don't usually play games like that. 3. Having Jennings at over $10 million in 2013 would mean he's making more than quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who is scheduled to make $9.25 million, and that is not good for your cap structure.

Remember we had this very discussion last year with Matt Flynn. Would the Packers tag Flynn to get something, anything for him before he hit free agency? Ultimately, the team didn't tag Flynn.

Jennings may obviously be a different case. But I don't see Thompson as being a different person. Just a guess.

I suppose the point of all this is we don't have certainty on Jennings or Finley. Two months ago Finley was off the Packers. Now, he's possibly on the Packers. A month ago, Jennings was done in Green Bay. Now, he might get tagged.

Yes. No. Yes. No. 

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Let the Packers release them both. Or not, just don't trade anything for them.

Craig from last blog - agree that we disagree. We'll see come April. I say he's gone at 5 to Detroit.

I understand the difference between college and pros. I always watch a player with that difference in mind. I try to see what they can bring to the table in the pros more than what they do in college. I am not a big stats guy but do check them.

For Jordan I would play him in space and rush the passer but I'd mix it up quite a bit. I would even play him in the middle in passing downs just to throw in some wrinkles. I can see Jordan playing all over the field. He can rush from the middle just as easy as from the end and play coverage.

When you think about the DT's Detroit has and that hey'll lose Avril, that is an ideal trade off for Detroit.

wallace.

...Dashi. I agree with you on R Woods. He is a solid solid player. To me he has New York Giants written all over him. He reminds me of a Mannigham, or Steve Smith. Just a solid reciever. He could be a great value in the second round.

As far as backs and pass protection. All of them that get drafted have some proficiency running the ball. That is obvious. The ones that sperate themselves, unless they are elite runners Are the ones that are mulit purpose. Blocking is such an under-rated part of a backs arsenal. And as fans, I don't think we grasp the difficulty most young backs have at picking up this part of the game. Part of it is the offenses in college. Part of it is that most the guys that are taken from college to the pros, are in college dominant players. So they aren't asked to do much more then be dynamic...

I agree that you can teach guys how to block. The thing is that not all of them will learn. I'm going to take a guy I know has the ability. Who can also catch the ball, and who is a very good cut back runner. (For this offense..Franklin fits this mold to a tee)

Check him out UCLA.

Texas,

Yeah we'll disagree on Jordan. I see where Detroit could be a fit but I believe they'll go OT or Milliner at 5 (and yes, I believe that's a reach on Milliner but it's a gaping hole on their team). They may also take a guy like Warmack if he's still there (safest pick IMO).

We'll disagree on Jordan. I don't see him as a guy that can play inside and I think he's better suited off the edge. I don't believe he'll be a big impact guy next year and that's an awful waste for a team that needs to win next year to save their coaches job. Detroit is a team that needs to win now and I don't believe Jordan does that for you right away.

"Yes. No. Yes. No. Yes. No.

Enough!"

Mando,

Exactly. It's SOOOO annoying already....

Philbin has favorites. He is just discreet about who he labels as a fav.Like a parent has too with their fav kid so the rest dont mutiny.

FA is a buyer's market this year. The Fish won't be trading pics for players ahead of the FA starting period. I also expect both Jake Long and Sean Smith will be disappointed at the market for their services.

Lots of poker games going on at the moment. Let the misinformation continue! At least it's good copy for Mando.

That's why it's best NOT to listen to the rumours or bother reading this or any other column. As said before the gms have no desire to show anyone in the media their hand.
me I'll wait till FA starts and players start doing visits with prospective teams 😉

The BIG difference, Armando, is that we have inside info about Jennings and Finley, as we did last year with Flynn. Moreover, we have exclusive info about Swoope, those big A&M tackles, Damontri Moore, etc. How about that!

Was going to say that they played this game to see if anybody would give them some for Flynn last year. Dave Wannstedt was no longer making personnel decisions in the NFL so he was allowed to walk. Thompson will discover Wannstedt is still not in the NFL and Jennings will walk.

We need chicks with huge boobs and tight boxes that's what we need

so basically reset everything you have written about Jennings and Finley and file it under "wasted time/bad info"?

There should be no mistakes this Year, no mistakes.

nj got pissed.

Not too many guys saying 'T'eo is the best player in the draft' or 'a surefire top 5 pick'. What happened to all that talk? How do things change that quickly in the span of two months? If you have THAT much conviction about a guy, you should still be feeling that today. I'm seeing NONE of that on here now....bit puzzling.

If thompson is playing games I doubt philbin would fall for them. They worked together how long? Philbin will be the deciding factor if miami goes after jennings and/or finley. He knows both quite well and organized the O that made these guys succesful.

I lean towards being in agreement with Armando. I also lokie passing on Flynn because, if nothing else, shows Philbin isnt falling into the Tony Sparano Moamo Cowboys trap.

Sure, I would take Jennings(actually almost anyone's and upgrade to this wretched wr corps, including rookies), but after tha Sparano experience, I would be very careful about seeing this team become the Miami Packers. Where all of thier used up talent comes to collect their retirement pensions.

I would hate to see this franchise become a pension plan for washed up or nearly washed up has beens. No more Miami Cowboys.

"By the way, the same newspaper and again the same reporter that reported the back and forth on Finley today tweeted that Joe Philbin isn't a huge fan of Jennings. I buy that. But that's because I don't think Philbin is a "huge fan" of many players. He's frankly a cup of coffee short of a coma. The guy doesn't get too high about anyone. And he doesn't get too low about anyone.

He simply is ... steady.

He's not jumping on tables for anybody."

Mando,

Maybe Philbin is not a 'huge fan' of Jennings b/c he's going to be 30 & has been banged up the last couple of years & is probably asking for too much money. In addtion maybe Philbin is not a 'huge fan' of some of the players he inherited like Bush & Smith. I've heard him be effusive in his praise of Pouncey as a Center & Pat Devlin in 'Hard Knocks.'

Let me tell you something--I think he'd be pretty damn excited if Aaron Rodgers was a FA & wanted to play in Miami.

Craig,
Two things on Te'o that I can figure (just guessing, but it seems to fit perception):
1. te'o got his butt handed to him by Bama players. Pancaked, and psuhed completely out of plays. In essence he looked way weaker than he did against Notre Dame's usual pushovers.

2. His little hoax episode made him seem phony, and mentally weak. Not a crime, but doesn't fit the persona of a monster MLB. People want Ray Lewis, Dick Butkus, Junior Seau ... not a weepy guy who can't find a girlfriend, lies about one, and ends up phone dating a gay hoaxter. not judging him, I don't care, but speaking for what his prospective employers may be thinking.

eddie lacy in the first best wr available in second cyprian in the second best available wr 3rd best o line 3rd

Not too many guys saying 'T'eo is the best player in the draft' or 'a surefire top 5 pick'. What happened to all that talk? How do things change that quickly in the span of two months? If you have THAT much conviction about a guy, you should still be feeling that today. I'm seeing NONE of that on here now....bit puzzling.

Craig,

I believe that was from YG & his other personalities.

I dont get the Teo thing. How can a college player who deals with media at a big name school , have no social skills with chicks? They are all around you.

JS,

I think Ogletree's going to be a better player. I've always thought that. If we were in the market for a MLBer this is the guy I would want. I wouldn't care about the risks....I think this guy is the real deal.

WNPs,

Armando wants Wallace. He's made that CRYSTAL clear. If it helps his cause, then so be it. I find it harder to believe that Philbin isn't a fan of Jennings. Philbin's just not a guy who wears his heart on his sleeve. I'm sure he likes Jennings just fine. But no reason to let it known to others.

JS,

He seems like a good kid & I don't think this internet girlfriend is going to affect where he gets drafted.

Bottom line--He couldn't tackle Lacey in the biggest game of his career & that's a problem.

Posted by: Craig M | February 25, 2013 at 01:42 PM

Reports that Te'o could be taken late, is probably a boom for them. Especially with Lewis retired.

Te'o dropped because of his title game showing. However, their entire front 7 was terrible against the "Roll Tide!" Their d-line was totally nonexistent. That wont be the case if Te'o lands at a team like the Ravens, not even if he landed here.

So anyone writing Te'o off, could be wildly premature in infantile action. I still stink that Te'o could be an instant impact MLB. Falling out of the top 10 could be the best thing to happen to him. Now he can play with great passion and fire to prove all of his doubters wrong. What better place to do than a place like Baltimore. Im sure Lewis will steadily remind him of this should he become a Raven.

After all, Ray Lewis played with a chip on his shoulder his entire career. Believe that Ray Lewis will be in his ear. Retirement doesnt matter.

Craig.
Love Ogletree. With ya.
problem is MLB is more of an upgrade-possible position (to me) than position of need.

I think my only knocks on him are his slender build. More suited to OLB. Which I'd LOVE if he could play instead of MLB.
And his tendancy to be overly aggresive and run past plays. MLBs have to be a bit more careful on giving up their position, and Ogletree gets caught diving into plays where his angle makes him miss, and opens up a big lane.
But some good coaching may solve that, and he is a darned fine tackler and playmaker. Really do like him.
Honstly i like Te'o too, but he does raise more questions nowadays.

YG,

I don't see T'eo dropping all the way to the bottom of the first round. Maybe a team like Cinci or Chicago scoops him up. I just don't get how one game makes everyone jump off the T'eo bandwagon. Everyone has a bad game. You either believe in this guy or you don't. Why would guys throw in the cards on this guy because of one game? Big drop off from 'best player in the draft'. Myself, I think he'll be a good player but doubt he EVER becomes a superstar. I just don't like him enough. Never did.

WNPs,

It wasn't just YG. There were MANY. But they've all gone into hiding. Not loyal to their guy. So I don't get that. Guys had us trading up for him, despite this not being a big need for us. So what gives?

Armando wants Wallace. He's made that CRYSTAL clear. If it helps his cause, then so be it. I find it harder to believe that Philbin isn't a fan of Jennings. Philbin's just not a guy who wears his heart on his sleeve. I'm sure he likes Jennings just fine. But no reason to let it known to others.

Craig,

I know who Mando wants. I personally don't think we're going to wind up getting either WR. I think Wallace's price is going to be too high & I don't see Jennings coming to Miami when he can go to a team that can win a SB & still get paid.

With the injury to Manningham & with the cap space they'll save as soon as they trade Alex Smith I think the Niners will go after him. I also believe that the Seahawks will be in the mix.

YG and Playmakers,
I like Te'o. And I do think he's a good kid. the perception is that he's weak, for the reasons I'm assuming.
However, I'm more inclinded to give him a pass on the Bama game. Bama beat up a LOT of other MLBs besides him too. Everyone has abad game where someone has you figured. How you bounce back from that is the sign of where you belong.
Unfortunately he doesn't get to play another game to show that until the NFL. So .. questions.

But yeah, i'd draft him. not sure where, but I'd probably take him.

armado, u'r croney said that irecorn + ross r going full bore on wallace.

No matters what happens, short of becoming a pro bowler or better yet "all-pro", this will be Dansby's last as a Dolphin.

If we dont go 1st rd on a mlb this year, considering Danby's cap hit and not at least becoming a "pro bowler" in 2013, I see know that Ireland can justify keeping him in 2014. Either Dansby will have to take a HUGE restructure deal, or become a 2014 "cap casualty."

That you can "bank" on.

Posted by: Craig M | February 25, 2013 at 02:02 PM

Im with JSLA on giving Te'o a pass on the Bama game. Te'o had a great presser the other day. If a betting man I believe Te'o stock will rise coming into draft week. Perhaps as high as top 10 again.

The Raven projection is purely just an article I read suggesting the possible descent and Ravens landing place. That article was also written before Te'o sterling press conference the other day too.

"But yeah, i'd draft him. not sure where, but I'd probably take him."

JS,

I'd draft him too if he slipped into the 2nd round.

Forget all this football talk. Learn to play golf and you get all the women you want. Look at me, I would never get the women I can get if I didn't play golf. And no concussions. . . Unless you wife hits you in the head with a golf club cause she caught you cheating. FOUR

Marc @ 1:38 ... AMEN!!

Dansby needs a huge impact more than ever this season if he's to remain a dolphin in 2014 under his current huge cap hit.

..I was one of those guys who was on the draft TE'O badwagon. Everything up to the Alabama game indicated greatness. Heck Mel Kiper had suggested he may go in the top 5. So I was wrong. Big deal. It isn't the first time, won't be the last.

The biiger issue to me really isn't the Bama game. It is the Hoax. It just screams immaturity. Part of TE'Os allure was his leadership ability. IMO that took a bigger hit then his performnace V. Bama.

Also, it is completley unfair to judge TE'O fro, one game. We don't know what the tape says as far as what was going on that tells the bigger story. We saw mistackles, we saw him not being able to shed blocks. This is something he did well all year. and don't give me ND played a bunch of pansies. This goes back farther then one year. do you really think scouts will just look at this year alone? Plus ND did play Oklahoma, they did play Stanford, they did play USC. Those teams all have pros on the O'line. TE'O played pretty good there. So if you are going to take 1 game and draw your conclusion about a player after that game, Good or bad..You probably shouldn't be evaluating players.

YG,
You do have a point on Dansby getting paid or not, staying or not. I wouldn't go into banking or guarentees with it, but it's a legit thought that we may be needing another MLB very soon even if he plays well.
Hadn't gone that far with my thinking, so I may have to think further ahead.
I guess it depends on what ireland and Philbin really think of their D leader.

Worth some serious thought.

who needs jennings when you have bess and mathews LOL

Thompson will discover Wannstedt is still not in the NFL and Jennings will walk.

Posted by: Mark in Toronto | February 25, 2013 at 01:36 PM

ROTFLMAO! Thats funny Mark.

However, Wannstedt is still in the NFL. He's the Special Teams Coach for Tampa(I find THAT funny too).

If they tag Jennings, Jennings should run to sign his tender and make them eat the cap space.

MIAMI DOLPHINS 2013 WR CORPS:
G. JENNINGS, B. HARTLINE, D. BESS, R. SWOPE, R. MATTHEWS OR J. FULLER.

YG, and others,
I keep back-and-forthing on te'o.
on one side, the guy is ALWAYS around the ball, and sees developing plays as well as anybody I've seen play the position. Just seems very smart (football wise).
On the other side is the personality we don't get to see that even teammates talk about. He can be an attention diva, and didn't seem to fit in well with the locker-room at times. He's got this weird kind of femininity in his mannerisms. And we're not sure if he's genuine, a liar, just gullible, or gay .. he seems like a mystery.

Honestly i think the kid can play, and the only questions i have is whether his head is screwed on right. More than one NFL talented player has gone mental to the point where they are a problem on the field as well. I guess that's what everyone wants to find out.
Good luck, as it won't be truly known until he's on someones' team and playing.

***
And just in case you're wondering: No i don't think being gay means anything about your mental state, or playing football unless you are in denial and constantly at odds with yourself and society (and maybe teammates, depending on how they handle it).

"....So if you are going to take 1 game and draw your conclusion about a player after that game, Good or bad..You probably shouldn't be evaluating players."

I'm not so sure about that. Players go higher based on how they performed at in big games, how they perform in the Senior Bowl, & sometimes how they perform at the combine. Obviously that's pretty stupid but every year it happens. You should look at the entire body of work in order to evaluate a player BUT when it comes to Te'o I wouldn't simply overlook the Alabama game. I had questions with him before that by let's face it---Alababam is the closest O-line to an NFL O-line & not being able to tackle Jacob Lacey was an issue in that game. I don't think a first round pick should EVER miss that many tackles in a college game.

If I were Ireland I'd certainly consider him if he fell into the 2nd round but I wouldn't be shocked if he players still on the board that he has rated higher than Te'o. Not a character issue, it's a football issue.

JSLA,

When thinking of Dansby's longevity past this eason. I need look no further than Ray Lewis.

Ray Lewis played for 17 nfl seasons. Still I wouldnt take Dansby over Lewis in "YEAR 17".

Even in year 17(2012) Dansby is "Dames-by" in comparison. What a shame, because Dansby is going into his 10th season this year, in comparison.

DD @2:15pm,

That's my point EXACTLY. If you're a T'eo guy you stick by him. You didn't hide when all this stuff comes out and he has that game against 'bama. Too many guys doing that. Hot and cold....no loyalty.

Glad that you said what you said. I'm glad you came clean. Doesn't mean you're wrong. Let's see how the kid overcomes this. I was never a huge fan to start off with. Always thought there was too much hype around the kid, as there is with a lot of these big schools. I still think he'll be a good player in the NFL.

Craig,

I can see people jumping off the Teo-Wagon over the Bama Game.

It was just one game, but it was also a peek into what Teo will face at the next level. Bama is one of, if the closest thing to the next level. As we've all seen, they aren't Michigan, Wisc. and Northwestern.

All eyes were on Teo and he faltered. Was it a fair or realistic comparison? I don't know. But the powers that be apparently expected more from a potential top 5 pick.

PS: Now I'm starting to have similar dreams about Ogletree-lol. If Ogletree can play True MLB, I see it as two birds with one stone. Anything to get Dansby back on the OUTSIDE!

"And just in case you're wondering: No i don't think being gay means anything about your mental state, or playing football unless you are in denial and constantly at odds with yourself and society (and maybe teammates, depending on how they handle it)."

JS,

I can't speak for anyone else but I wasn't wondering.

Odin,

As far as I'm concerned Ogletree is a better prospect than Te'o. I have very little doubt that he has the ability to be a star in the NFL unfortunately his off the field issues are a legitimate concern.

...WNP...Stanfords Oline has pros, Oklahomas line has pros. Alabamas line has pros.. So I get it that Warmack dominated him. But it was one game. It may work that way for us(to look at that game and say he is this or that)..I think if you really want to get into it. Find teams that have similar guard play to Alabama. Similar run styles. I know it isn't exact but neither is the science of drafting players. Find what TE'O did well against other athletic moving guards. How did he handle them. Again they won't be Warmack, but you get an idea. T'EO had 1 bad game, then an emmbarassing incident. That erases everything he has done as far as the positive.

As far as tackles go..He did miss a lot in that game. more then he had all year. In one game. That game will certainly stick out as far as the bad. But it wasn't something that we had ever seen. You can say it was the competition, and it may indeed be the reason. Perhaps he just had a bad game at the wrong time. Admitedly, he probably isn't as good as I thought he was. But he isn't as bad as the player we saw V Alalbama either.

odin,

I think Ogeltree's going to be a really good player. He moves really well and he's all over the place. Great athlete. Maybe over-commits sometimes on his tackles but that can be tempered a bit and I think will change with experience.

He's just not the right pick for us THIS year. Ther'll be somebody else next year or the year after.

Alababam is the closest O-line to an NFL O-line

Posted by: We Need Playmakers | February 25, 2013 at 02:29 PM

You also gotta remember Bama's oline never played against anything it's eqaul as far as beingas close to an nfl d-line on the college level.

They ran roughshod over every front 7, even in the SEC, not only the Irish. The Irish dont even have a SEC calibre front 7, except for Te'o.

We all should have saw this coming, the way Bama thoroughly dominated SEC front 7's. I'll bet there wasnt a SEC front 7 defensive player shocked by what they saw in the national title game. Only us.

Why are we so high on Finley? I'll take Jared Cook out of Tennessee over Finley. The dude is ready to take it to another level. Bring him to Miami.

"As far as tackles go..He did miss a lot in that game. more then he had all year. In one game. That game will certainly stick out as far as the bad. But it wasn't something that we had ever seen. You can say it was the competition, and it may indeed be the reason. Perhaps he just had a bad game at the wrong time. Admitedly, he probably isn't as good as I thought he was. But he isn't as bad as the player we saw V Alalbama either."

Daryl,

I'm not saying Te'o is a BAD player I just never thoguht he was the best LB in the country the way he was hyped this year. I believe Ogletree is a better player. With Ogletree's off the field issues I think it will be interesting which LB gets drafted first.

Posted by: DarrylDunphy | February 25, 2013 at 02:38 PM

Yes, Stanford and some other olines have a couple players ipper round worthy. However, you can make a very valid argument that 4 of 5 of Bama's starting olinemen are "1ST RD" worthy.

There isnt an oline in college football that can make the same claim. Bama's oline ran roughshod over everyone they played. No exceptions!

Playmakers, I bring it up because it was actually a topic on this morning's radio show.

There's a lot of hesitancy in putting a gay player in the locker-room. Right or wrong, it's the reality in the NFL.

So there apparently is talk amomgst the GMs etc about figuring out Te'o, so they know what they're getting and what they may be in for. Nobody is saying he is/isn't, but they don't like mysteries in that catagory.

Anyway ... that may be a reason he slides is because he's more of an uncertainty than just his playing ability. Not sure how accurate the reoprt from the radio was, so grain of salt.

Posted by: Becker | February 25, 2013 at 02:41 PM

Had we drafted Jared Cook, do you think that we wouldnt exhaust "all efforts" to resign him in his 1st free agency? Neither will the Titans.

Oscar, Craig and Mark....

Thanks for the words of motivation from the last blog....I had to run to the to a 1 PM meeting....that ran over time.....that's why I'm retiring early....

but again...thanks...

3:30 class starts in 40 min...later....

Let's remember that this is the time of the year when we can't take seriously what GMs and agents are saying. Everyone is in negotiation and are using the media to their advantage to increase or decrease stock value of each FA. No point wracking our brain deciphering what Ted Thompson is saying right now. With the situation GB is in, it's pretty certain Jenning and Finley are out.

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