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Dave from @SteelersDepot was a stud guest on the podcast even if he did defend James Harrison’s hitting style. Dude is prolific, informed and generally about as knowledgeable as anyone I’ve talked NFL with in my life. I haven’t talked to him since the NFL season ended, so I tracked him down to talk about the Browns, the AFC North, the intricacies of NFL finance, and a whole host of other topics. Great stuff from Dave. If you have a chance, follow him on twitter @SteelersDepot and check his website, specifically his post on the NFL Salary Floor. Salary Floor Paul Kruger Ravens championship Anquan Boldin and his retirement threat Joe Flacco and his winning lottery ticket playoff run Poison pill NFL contracts The value of Pro Football Talk James Harrison’s future and where he’ll end up Brandon Weeden and the Browns QB situation Mike Lombardi’s opinion of Brandon Weeden Mike Wallace and what it would take to sign him Browns expectations AFC North expectations to win the playoffs over the next couple years The haves vs. the have nots QB guru George Whitfield Jr. Ray Horton and yards after catch and explosive plays Listen at Stitcher —————- Subscribe on iTunes
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