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A writer from the Denver post lists a handful of possible teams interested in old BM, in which he mentioned our team. I would be shocked if we picked him up but his addition would make us an immediate contender.

Denver Post columnist Dave Krieger updated us last week on teams that could be interested in Marshall, listing the Buccaneers, Jaguars, Panthers, Redskins and Bears. Initially, some are more realistic than others. Following the trade for Donovan McNabb, the Redskins are without picks in the second and third rounds. The Panthers are without a first-round pick, the Jaguars have no second-round pick, and the Bears have no picks in the first two rounds. The Bucs are in the best position, with two second-round picks.

http://blogs.nfl.com/2010/04/05/report-jets-no-longer-in-market-for-marshall

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Speaking of bm's, I'll be back in 5-10 minutes.

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Well if marshall goes to the Bucs then it would be an upgrade for them, but I don't see a QB on that team that could consistently get the ball to marshall, the Bucs should just completely rebuild before they end up like the Rams, Raiders, and Lions year after year

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I hope he goes to the Bucs, the Jets, or the Rams... and I hope TO goes to another one of them...

This way, Golden Tate falls to us...

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I hope like hell you all are wrong and we bring in a proven #1...

pay the guy, he'll be happy. and we'll have WR set...

while we take 10 years to draft a real quality WR..

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Denver Post columnist Dave Krieger updated us last week on teams that could be interested in Marshall, listing the Buccaneers, Jaguars, Panthers, Redskins and Bears. Initially, some are more realistic than others. Following the trade for Donovan McNabb, the Redskins are without picks in the second and third rounds. The Panthers are without a first-round pick, the Jaguars have no second-round pick, and the Bears have no picks in the first two rounds. The Bucs are in the best position, with two second-round picks.

in other words........he ain't sure.

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There is a better chance of Rex Ryan winning the NYC marathon...

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I feel strong on this one.. Marshall is out there. We need a #1. If we find out the FO never even considered this, or half-assed an attempt just to say they tried, they all can go to hell...

we have played this game for YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEARS... now the fact that we need a WR is under the microscope (mostly because Smitty is tired of carrying our team alone) and a pro bowl receiver who is YOUNG is out there..

sure, he wants paid. Any WR who is our #1 is going to want paid. Do it and let's win some football games..

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I hope he goes to the Bucs, the Jets, or the Rams... and I hope TO goes to another one of them...

This way, Golden Tate falls to us...

Watch DEN trade with the Bucs and then take Tate @ 35.

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