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Jeremy Igo

Possible DE Trade?

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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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I'd do a Horton for AJ Green and Geno Atkins in a heartbeat if they throw in a 1st..

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I don't think player for player is happening. Maybe another conditional draft pick. If we add at offensive tackle or another position, it will be from another team's cuts ala Dwan Edwards.

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Why fart away our young depth? Don't you wana keep grooming them to maybe replace the ferocious rotation we already have? Think beyond this year.. Long term... Which is what gettleman is thinking.

Charles is getting up there and Hardy is an expensive wild card. I wana keep our depth.

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Why fart away our young depth? Don't you wana keep grooming them to maybe replace the ferocious rotation we already have? Think beyond this year.. Long term... Which is what gettleman is thinking.

Charles is getting up there and Hardy is an expensive wild card. I wana keep our depth.

 

I agree, but weigh it against our god awful OT depth protecting our franchise QB.

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I'd keep all of them. For now. Someone would have to make me an offer I couldn't refuse.

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One of them is very likely gone one way or another just due to numbers. Things would have to happen fast to to get a pick in order to turn into another trade as I don't see much of a chance for a player for player trade. Anything is possible though.

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Don't kill me for this, but would you trade G.Hardy to the Cardinals for T. Mathieu?  Since Dockett is out for year.  I would

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Don't kill me for this, but would you trade G.Hardy to the Cardinals for T. Mathieu?  Since Dockett is out for year.  I would

 

Hardy isn't tradeable.

 

Big salary, last year on contract, pending domestic abuse court case.... Not worth the risk to other teams I don't think.

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