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#15 : March 02, 2014, 06:23:14 PM

How about the Rams ?

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#16 : March 02, 2014, 07:22:04 PM

Jared Cook, Tavon Austin, Jimmy Graham, Sammy Watkins . Lol. Rams should do it.

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#17 : March 02, 2014, 08:05:38 PM

Jared Cook, Tavon Austin, Jimmy Graham, Sammy Watkins . Lol. Rams should do it.


If the Rams give up their 1 for Graham, how are they gonna get Watkins?

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 I thought Lovie said he wanted quickness & speed, even at the QB position?

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#18 : March 02, 2014, 08:09:56 PM

Jared Cook, Tavon Austin, Jimmy Graham, Sammy Watkins . Lol. Rams should do it.


If the Rams give up their 1 for Graham, how are they gonna get Watkins?
This 13th or whatever and next years first.

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#19 : March 02, 2014, 08:42:36 PM

Jared Cook, Tavon Austin, Jimmy Graham, Sammy Watkins . Lol. Rams should do it.


If the Rams give up their 1 for Graham, how are they gonna get Watkins?
This 13th or whatever and next years first.

forgot the #2 pick was the skins...my bad

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#20 : March 02, 2014, 08:56:35 PM

Jared Cook, Tavon Austin, Jimmy Graham, Sammy Watkins . Lol. Rams should do it.


If the Rams give up their 1 for Graham, how are they gonna get Watkins?
This 13th or whatever and next years first.

forgot the #2 pick was the skins...my bad
The trade that keeps on giving. A fine job by Bruce Allen

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#21 : March 02, 2014, 09:03:37 PM

If that happened you know the Saints take Ebron with that 13th pick .

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#22 : March 02, 2014, 10:31:01 PM

Gotta pray some team is willing to deal those 2 first round picks for Graham, and the Saints don't match the offer. What would be better than seeing the best TE in the league leave the division haha.

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#23 : March 02, 2014, 11:51:23 PM

I'd do it for a first NEXT season and a third the following.

But they aren't going to trade him to us regardless. Not even IF we offered two firsts. They wouldn't want to face him twice a season either.

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#24 : March 03, 2014, 02:49:34 AM

I'd do it for a first NEXT season and a third the following.

But they aren't going to trade him to us regardless. Not even IF we offered two firsts. They wouldn't want to face him twice a season either.


They don't have any choice where he goes.  Other than matching the contract offer. He is free to negotiate with any team he wants too right now. So, say the Bucs, or Falcons or the Panthers make him offers.  The only way the Saints can block it, is match the offer. So, if you are one of those teams, and you really want him, offer him Calvin Johnson money and the Saints wouldn't be able to match it, and he is gone. Then they get their 2 first round picks.

Another option the Saints have, is to come to terms with him on a long term contract.  Jimmy is really in the drivers seat right now. He can work with the Saints to get something like, 12mil per for 4-5 years. Seeing he made 1.3mil last season, that 12mil per would look pretty good. Or he can say F-you to resigning, and see how the tag thing works out. I haven't seen anywhere where he is unhappy there.  So my guess would be they work out a long term deal.


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#25 : March 04, 2014, 06:41:34 AM

how come graham was never complaining while he was racking up pro bowl nods as a TE?  odd.

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#26 : March 04, 2014, 01:15:12 PM

how come graham was never complaining while he was racking up pro bowl nods as a TE?  odd.



He does have a good point though.  I saw the stats the other day and he has a ridiculous amount of receptions as a TE. Its only like 30 or thereabouts for the whole season. Most of his receptions were at wideout and the slot.  I think he has a good chance of winning the appeal.


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#27 : March 04, 2014, 01:17:22 PM

how come graham was never complaining while he was racking up pro bowl nods as a TE?  odd.



He does have a good point though.  I saw the stats the other day and he has a ridiculous amount of receptions as a TE. Its only like 30 or thereabouts for the whole season. Most of his receptions were at wideout and the slot.  I think he has a good chance of winning the appeal.
He's a TE plain and simple. Ask any WR to line up on the LOS next to the tackle and see what they'll you.

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#28 : March 04, 2014, 01:27:57 PM

how come graham was never complaining while he was racking up pro bowl nods as a TE?  odd.



He does have a good point though.  I saw the stats the other day and he has a ridiculous amount of receptions as a TE. Its only like 30 or thereabouts for the whole season. Most of his receptions were at wideout and the slot.  I think he has a good chance of winning the appeal.
He's a TE plain and simple. Ask any WR to line up on the LOS next to the tackle and see what they'll you.



If only it was "plain and simple".   The appeal will mean the difference of about 7mil in his paycheck.


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#29 : March 04, 2014, 01:31:17 PM

Young, it's about HOW they used him. The league actually makes rules about this type of stuff.

He IS a te, I agree, but within the nfl rulebook, he's considered a wideout.

Legalities. You know the nfl loves 'em...

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