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March 15 is rapidly approaching.
NFL teams need to get under the salary cap by that time, which typically means that they need to make cuts or restructure player contracts.
Recently, Jordan Schultz reported that the Jacksonville Jaguars released Shaquill Griffin, which was surprising to many fans.
— Jordan Schultz (@Schultz_Report) March 8, 2023
While Griffin was an impactful player for the Jaguars, the team ultimately decided to let him go.
After this move was announced, many fans took to Twitter to express their feelings on the situation.
Griffin’s release is a potentially great move for other teams, such as the Chicago Bears.
With nearly $100 million in available cap space, they could make a move on Griffin, as one Bears fan indicated.
Shaquill Griffin… pic.twitter.com/UgDTjnepBg
— John Herff (@JohnHerff_NFL) March 8, 2023
Not to be outdone, a fan of the Las Vegas threw their name in the ring, a potential destination for Griffin as well.
Do your thing @Raiders
— Moreno (@Moreno) March 8, 2023
While fans of other NFL organizations are excited about this move, it appears that many Jaguars fans are equally excited about this move.
Griffin was an impactful player on the field, but, his unavailability due to injury put a sour taste in the mouths of several fans.
BBQ chicken. Good move for the Jags. Got all their picks and this is a loaded class. Get a rookie to go along with Tyson Campbell & Darius Williams
— Antoine J., PhD (@AJohnsonHist) March 8, 2023
As this fan points out, the Jaguars have all of their draft picks and could add a less expensive replacement for Griffin.
Many defensive players tested extremely well at the NFL Combine, leaving many options open for the Jaguars.
If Griffin plays well for his new team, the Jaguars could end up regretting this decision.
For now, NFL fans across the league are fantasizing about potential free-agent signings, including Griffin, potentially.
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