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Jeremy Igo

Possible DE Trade?

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Send him to the Raiders for Denarius Moore.

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Just move him to OL, it's not like we haven't done something similar before

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I don't specifically know if they need DEs, but Dallas has a pretty solid line and a terrible defense. Maybe they're a potential trade partner.

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Send him to the Raiders for Denarius Moore.

Isn't he their top WR?

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Wes Horton for Jake Matthews.  Win/win.  

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Isn't he their top WR?

 

They don't think so (though he is making the case during preseason). 

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Makes sense. 

 

So the dilemma with this is.   You send other GMs tape of a guy you might not be able to keep.  Do they gamble and not trade knowing you are going to waive him (before you can put him on the PS)

 

Or do they make the trade in fear someone else will claims them.

 

I hope they would trade.

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Hey, "you can never have too many pass rushers"

I smell all 6 stay, and one of the prodigy WRs goes. Why keep 6 or 7 WRs when we are clearly a defensive team. We are an injury and a suspension away from taking a big blow at DE. I want to groom our young DL

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not bad, not bad at all

 

 

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if we trade for a player please let it be an OT or S

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I'm thinking it should be Alexander. He's eventually going to screw up again. Why not do it on another team?

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