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Tagged for exit



General manager A.J. smith has a lot of arsenals under his disposal,  one being the "Franchise Tag".

The latest on his long list of tagged players is Vincent Jackson.   Jackson was tagged as a "non-exclusive-

franchise player"  which simply means he can negotiate with other teams but the Chargers have the right

to match the offer he accepts or be compensated with two first round players.  Mr. Smith has had a history

of keeping tagged players for that one year he is allowed then allowing them to leave for but  a compensatory

pick in the upcoming draft.  Next on his list to probably leave and was tagged last year is Darren Sproles.

I do believe Jackson is a good enough player to sign into a long-term contract as long as he can stay away

from trouble and bad advice from his agents.  But history shows that if he does not get signed long-term, the

arrow will be lit again to point the way to the exit door. 

 

Legadu...Legadu... didn't you learn from Vincent?  Or maybe you did.

This FanPost was written by a member of the Bolts From The Blue community and does not necessarily reflect the views of the Bolts From The Blue editors or SB Nation.

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