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Peppers to Cleveland?

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For serious. :lol:

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I would rather just have their 1st round pick. That would be damn nice having one that high.

I don't think there are any DE's or DT's worth that pick but a certain CB comes to mind from Ohio State who would love to work with fellow alum, Gamble.

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GreenBay is tempting, but the most I think they would give is a 2nd.

Denver could really use a playmaker, if Shannahan was there he would give us the whole draft, dunno what their new management is willing to do.

49ers also run a 3-4, and Singletary would be tempting to Pep I think.

I'm not buying 100% into the whole 3-4 thing. The Texans are still my destination of choice.

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I'd see Peppers going to Denver, San Diego or New England, but probably not Cleveland...

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I would rather just have their 1st round pick. That would be damn nice having one that high.

I don't think there are any DE's or DT's worth that pick but a certain CB comes to mind from Ohio State who would love to work with fellow alum, Gamble.

Orakpo DE Texas.

I'd see Peppers going to Denver, San Diego or New England, but probably not Cleveland...

San Diego isn't in the much of need for him, unless Bolt tells me different.

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I'm not buying 100% into the whole 3-4 thing. The Texans are still my destination of choice.

They would have a ridiculous pair of DEs if that were the case. And by your destination of choice do you mean that's where you think he'll end up or where you want him to end up?

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Are you serious? Derek Anderson is good but Rip Sherer has already worked with him. Secondly a 5th rounder is not enough for peppers. Finally the panthers dont need a tight end

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