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Samuel L. Jackson

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I was thinking the same thing but I'm sure there is a plan in place. I like the idea of having two 2nd rounders and a 5th. That will definitely help us out this year but I was thinking of a trade back scenerio where we pick up a fifth. We could still get our guy and get a great receiver (Blair white) in the 5th!!!

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49ers may trade both 1st rd picks for higher 1st, or just more picks

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49ers may trade both 1st rd picks for higher 1st, or just more picks

Make the Seahawks an off (me)

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49ers may trade both 1st rd picks for higher 1st, or just more picks

Which is it? Are you looking to trade up or down? Do you actually have a reason for doing either or are you just making trades for the sake of playing around and doing something.

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I'll take the Titans.

Looking for multiple 2nds for my 1st rounder.

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Which is it? Are you looking to trade up or down? Do you actually have a reason for doing either or are you just making trades for the sake of playing around and doing something.

im looking to trade one of my 1st rd picks so I can get more value in the 2nd.

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I guess I'll be the Lions in this one.

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