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« #15 : July 26, 2011, 02:04:28 AM »

Nick Barnett would be a guy we could utilize.

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« #16 : July 26, 2011, 09:56:56 AM »

Getting Osi would be cool, but after spending our 1st rounder on the position he plays I don't see that deal happening. Does anybody know the deal with Mankins? Is he a free agent, or does he have to be traded for?

I wonder if the Bucs would trade Josh Johnson? Trading him to San Fransisco for a pick/picks that depend on his playing time may be the best possible scenario for all involved.

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« #17 : July 27, 2011, 05:38:49 PM »

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Citing multiple sources, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that trade talks between the Cardinals and Eagles remain ongoing, and Kevin Kolb is still expected to be sent to Arizona "by the end of the week."

Multiple reports emerged earlier in the afternoon that talks had progressed, so Schefter is just beginning to put icing on the cake before the deal's consummation. Schefter confirms that the Eagles will receive Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, "and a draft pick" (the level remains unclear). The Eagles' website, in fact, has already begun selling Rodgers-Cromartie jerseys.

IMO if we don't have a shot at ASO we should try to get in on this trade.

Bucs receive:  DRC and Desean Jackson.

Eagles receive:  Talib, T Jax, JJ and Briscoe.

Cards receive: Kolb.

This trade gives the Cards what they want in Kolb while only giving up DRC.  The Eagles get a top tier corner and safety plus a similar back up to Vick and a potential stud at receiver to replace Jackson who is threatening a holdout.  The Bucs get a local star at CB and a star receiver to stretch the field which they have plenty of money to sign him long term.

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« #18 : July 27, 2011, 05:45:09 PM »

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Citing multiple sources, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that trade talks between the Cardinals and Eagles remain ongoing, and Kevin Kolb is still expected to be sent to Arizona "by the end of the week."

Multiple reports emerged earlier in the afternoon that talks had progressed, so Schefter is just beginning to put icing on the cake before the deal's consummation. Schefter confirms that the Eagles will receive Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, "and a draft pick" (the level remains unclear). The Eagles' website, in fact, has already begun selling Rodgers-Cromartie jerseys.

IMO if we don't have a shot at ASO we should try to get in on this trade.

Bucs receive:  DRC and Desean Jackson.

Eagles receive:  Talib, T Jax, JJ and Briscoe.

Cards receive: Kolb.

This trade gives the Cards what they want in Kolb while only giving up DRC.  The Eagles get a top tier corner and safety plus a similar back up to Vick and a potential stud at receiver to replace Jackson who is threatening a holdout.  The Bucs get a local star at CB and a star receiver to stretch the field which they have plenty of money to sign him long term.

This isn't the NBA.

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« #19 : July 27, 2011, 05:53:27 PM »

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Citing multiple sources, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that trade talks between the Cardinals and Eagles remain ongoing, and Kevin Kolb is still expected to be sent to Arizona "by the end of the week."

Multiple reports emerged earlier in the afternoon that talks had progressed, so Schefter is just beginning to put icing on the cake before the deal's consummation. Schefter confirms that the Eagles will receive Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, "and a draft pick" (the level remains unclear). The Eagles' website, in fact, has already begun selling Rodgers-Cromartie jerseys.

IMO if we don't have a shot at ASO we should try to get in on this trade.

Bucs receive:  DRC and Desean Jackson.

Eagles receive:  Talib, T Jax, JJ and Briscoe.

Cards receive: Kolb.

This trade gives the Cards what they want in Kolb while only giving up DRC.  The Eagles get a top tier corner and safety plus a similar back up to Vick and a potential stud at receiver to replace Jackson who is threatening a holdout.  The Bucs get a local star at CB and a star receiver to stretch the field which they have plenty of money to sign him long term.

This isn't the NBA.

Exactly what I was thinking.  Has there ever been a 3 team deal in the NFL?  I can't recall one.

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« #20 : July 27, 2011, 06:13:38 PM »

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Atlanta Falcons trade: Running Back T.J. Duckett to Washington Redskins
Atlanta Falcons acquire: Wide Receiver Ashley Lelie from Denver Broncos

Washington Redskins trade: 3rd Round Draft Pick in 2007 NFL Draft to Denver Broncos
Washington Redskins acquire: Running Back T.J. Duckett from Atlanta Falcons

Denver Broncos trade: Wide Receiver Ashley Lelie to Atlanta Falcons
Denver Broncos acquire: 3rd Round Draft Pick in the 2007 NFL Draft from Washington Redskins

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The Eagles sent their 2010 fifth-round pick (137 overall) to the Denver Broncos. The Broncos in turn sent TE Tony Scheffler and a 2010 seventh-round pick (220 overall) to the Detroit Lions, which sent Sims to the Eagles.

Which was one the Eagles were recently apart of.

I know its not the NBA, but Dom tried a 3-team trade with the Broncos and Patriots his first offseason as well.  He also makes his best moves through trades.  It is a trade that makes sense for all the parties involved.

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« #21 : July 27, 2011, 06:38:20 PM »

The 49ers lost their center to the Giants and now they have no centers on their roster. They also are desperate for secondary help. There is also a well known connection with Josh Johnson.

How about we offer them Faine, Talib, and Josh Johnson and see what we can get?

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« #22 : July 27, 2011, 06:44:48 PM »

The 49ers lost their center to the Giants and now they have no centers on their roster. They also are desperate for secondary help. There is also a well known connection with Josh Johnson.

How about we offer them Faine, Talib, and Josh Johnson and see what we can get?

Other than draft picks what could we really get? The only people of worth on the team are on the O-Line (which apparently we are set at according to the FO) and Patrick Willis, who the Niners would be CRAZY to get rid of, not to mention we drafted a guy in the 3rd round for that position.

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« #23 : July 27, 2011, 06:48:54 PM »

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Atlanta Falcons trade: Running Back T.J. Duckett to Washington Redskins
Atlanta Falcons acquire: Wide Receiver Ashley Lelie from Denver Broncos

Washington Redskins trade: 3rd Round Draft Pick in 2007 NFL Draft to Denver Broncos
Washington Redskins acquire: Running Back T.J. Duckett from Atlanta Falcons

Denver Broncos trade: Wide Receiver Ashley Lelie to Atlanta Falcons
Denver Broncos acquire: 3rd Round Draft Pick in the 2007 NFL Draft from Washington Redskins

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The Eagles sent their 2010 fifth-round pick (137 overall) to the Denver Broncos. The Broncos in turn sent TE Tony Scheffler and a 2010 seventh-round pick (220 overall) to the Detroit Lions, which sent Sims to the Eagles.

Which was one the Eagles were recently apart of.

I know its not the NBA, but Dom tried a 3-team trade with the Broncos and Patriots his first offseason as well.  He also makes his best moves through trades.  It is a trade that makes sense for all the parties involved.

Yeah I guess I do remember the 3 team trade for Cutler we tried.  Good points. 

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« #24 : July 27, 2011, 06:50:41 PM »

The 49ers lost their center to the Giants and now they have no centers on their roster. They also are desperate for secondary help. There is also a well known connection with Josh Johnson.

How about we offer them Faine, Talib, and Josh Johnson and see what we can get?

Other than draft picks what could we really get? The only people of worth on the team are on the O-Line (which apparently we are set at according to the FO) and Patrick Willis, who the Niners would be CRAZY to get rid of, not to mention we drafted a guy in the 3rd round for that position.

I would take a 2nd round pick for those three players. Next year when Talib is heading to jail we'd be happy to have two 2nd round picks.

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« #25 : July 29, 2011, 04:24:36 PM »

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Disgruntled Giants DE Osi Umenyiora will not show up for his physical Friday morning.

No surprise here. Umenyiora either wants a raise or a trade and is prepared to stage a holdout. Dealing Umenyiora is going to be extremely difficult as the Giants won't be able to get equal value and his new team would have to be willing to meet those hefty contract demands. This has a chance to get ugly. Jul 29, 9:01 AM
Source: Jason La Canfora on Twitter

Dom usually does his damage in the form of trades.  A lot of us have previously mentioned Osi as a big move that could put us over the top.  He's 29 so he's still somewhat young and he would provide great pass rush off the RE.  Clayborn will still need time to adjust and is better suited for stopping the run anyhow.  I'm of the opinion that Bowers(if he remains healthy) will make a quicker impact, being that he has a better skill set and he'll most often square off against the RT.  I'd love to mix up a bigger run stopper like AJClay with Osi, who is a speed guy with a knack for the forced fumble.  It would also be a good counter to the Falcons getting Edwards and Panthers getting Johnson re-signed.

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Beat writer Jim Wyatt confirms that Chris Johnson will not report to Titans camp Friday.

Johnson is in his hometown of Orlando as he waits for movement on a new contract. After watching DeAngelo Williams get $21 million guaranteed Wednesday, CJ2K is reportedly in search of $30 million guaranteed. He's scheduled to earn just $800,000 this season. From a fantasy perspective, there's no real reason to worry. The Titans have all the leverage and will make getting Johnson into camp a priority sooner rather than later. Jul 29, 10:51 AM
Source: Jim Wyatt on Twitter

A lot of people were upset when Reggie Bush was trade to the Phins, but there was no way they were going to allow him to sign with us so it was out of our hands.  I think an even bigger move would be to get the guy Bush was supposed to be like.  Chris Johnson is a hometown kid who already spends his offseasons in FL.  Can you imagine the Thunder and Lightning Blount and CJ would form.  Two FL natives getting to play and live in the place they love.  CJ might even give us a hometown discount.  He is a guy who could be given spot duty in the slot to save wear and tear as well as giving Blount equal touches in the backfield.

So what do you guys think it would take to get these two guys?

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Tennessee Titans Needs:  C, OG, 4-3 NT, S, OLB

Surprisingly, the offensive line went from elite to poor in just a season and it starts in the middle with the loss of Kevin Mawae. Start by sorting out the center position—the second most important line position to me behind LT—and the rest will fall in line.

On defense, the Titans need to beef up in the middle.  They need a rangy outside linebacker. In the secondary, Alterraun Verner was a nice find in the draft; however a small hole has opened up at strong safety now. Chris Hope isn’t a terrible starter, but he could be upgraded.

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« #26 : July 29, 2011, 04:28:48 PM »

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Citing multiple sources, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that trade talks between the Cardinals and Eagles remain ongoing, and Kevin Kolb is still expected to be sent to Arizona "by the end of the week."

Multiple reports emerged earlier in the afternoon that talks had progressed, so Schefter is just beginning to put icing on the cake before the deal's consummation. Schefter confirms that the Eagles will receive Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, "and a draft pick" (the level remains unclear). The Eagles' website, in fact, has already begun selling Rodgers-Cromartie jerseys.

IMO if we don't have a shot at ASO we should try to get in on this trade.

Bucs receive:  DRC and Desean Jackson.

Eagles receive:  Talib, T Jax, JJ and Briscoe.

Cards receive: Kolb.

This trade gives the Cards what they want in Kolb while only giving up DRC.  The Eagles get a top tier corner and safety plus a similar back up to Vick and a potential stud at receiver to replace Jackson who is threatening a holdout.  The Bucs get a local star at CB and a star receiver to stretch the field which they have plenty of money to sign him long term.


Dumbest thing ive seen this week. Cheers to the weekend

This is what I think about the Glazers being cheap...

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« #27 : July 29, 2011, 04:33:53 PM »

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Citing multiple sources, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that trade talks between the Cardinals and Eagles remain ongoing, and Kevin Kolb is still expected to be sent to Arizona "by the end of the week."

Multiple reports emerged earlier in the afternoon that talks had progressed, so Schefter is just beginning to put icing on the cake before the deal's consummation. Schefter confirms that the Eagles will receive Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, "and a draft pick" (the level remains unclear). The Eagles' website, in fact, has already begun selling Rodgers-Cromartie jerseys.

IMO if we don't have a shot at ASO we should try to get in on this trade.

Bucs receive:  DRC and Desean Jackson.

Eagles receive:  Talib, T Jax, JJ and Briscoe.

Cards receive: Kolb.

This trade gives the Cards what they want in Kolb while only giving up DRC.  The Eagles get a top tier corner and safety plus a similar back up to Vick and a potential stud at receiver to replace Jackson who is threatening a holdout.  The Bucs get a local star at CB and a star receiver to stretch the field which they have plenty of money to sign him long term.


Dumbest thing ive seen this week. Cheers to the weekend

All week? That is the most retarded trade proposal I've ever seen. Guy has us giving away a guy that might go to jail/be suspended, a guy who isn't getting instated until the 3rd game of this season for a 2nd time, a backup QB and a guy with 6 catches for 2 Pro Bowlers.

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« #28 : July 29, 2011, 04:38:00 PM »


Dumbest thing ive seen this week. Cheers to the weekend

All week? That is the most retarded trade proposal I've ever seen. Guy has us giving away a guy that might go to jail/be suspended, a guy who isn't getting instated until the 3rd game of this season for a 2nd time, a backup QB and a guy with 6 catches for 2 Pro Bowlers.

Cool story guys.  You got any ideas on how to acquire the other two guys I brought up?

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« #29 : July 29, 2011, 04:45:13 PM »

We don't need Desean Jackson. If we wanted Cromartie, there is still an opportunity there. JJ will be more valuable after this year when over half the teams need a QB again. Last time I saw Tanard Jackson play he was a play maker and is still 26. The argument on Talib is your only push. How much would we take on in cap space just to sign DRC, and DJackson? This attitude is a MADDEN attitude. That makes it dumb

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