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Trade #1/Luck...to who, and how much?

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How much would it take for you to be 'ok' with trading #1/Luck?

My guess is the one team who may give up alot for Luck, is San Francisco(rumored to be going after Harbaugh as well). They will have a good draft pick as part of the trade, what else will it take(Picks and players) to be okay with it?

Possibly Arizona or Seattle would be in position and need at QB to make such a move, and never rule out the Raiders in something crazy. Jerry Jones may offer Romo and lots of picks possibly.

San Frans 1st, 2nd, 3rd this year and 1st next year plus some Dline and/or WR help? Possibly V. Davis?

If Luck truly is as good a prospect as Peyton Manning, some team will offer a Herchel Walker trade, and it will be tempting.

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Given this scenario, a QB would have to be in consideration from the team. People here would definitely be pissed to get a Troy Smith instead of a Luck.

I think the bigger question is if Luck doesn't declare, who the hell would want to trade up to number one for?

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Nothing.... All those team would want to trade up because they know the value of a franchise QB.... The same reason we tried to trade up and get Peyton Manning.... Unless Somebody wants to give us Rodgers, or another Pro-Bowl QB I'll pass.

I want Carolina to be set up at the position, not help give another team a franchise QB.... We have the #1 pick, they can get whatever leftover QB we don't want.

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If Luck declares...you draft him

Nothing is as valuable in the NFL as a franchise QB

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Trading Luck isn't going to happen.

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49ers want him bad

something like this could be on the table

2011: 1st rounder (around 5th overall), 2nd

2012: 1st, 3rd

2013: 2nd, 3rd

with a couple later round picks thrown in as well.

doubt a big time player gets thrown in. most value would just be the picks, any players would be backups or guys they just want to unload bad contracts.

kinda hard deal to pass up, you have to really be sure luck is the guy.

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49ers want him bad

something like this could be on the table

2011: 1st rounder (around 5th overall), 2nd

2012: 1st, 3rd

2013: 2nd, 3rd

with a couple later round picks thrown in as well.

doubt a big time player gets thrown in. most value would just be the picks, any players would be backups or guys they just want to unload bad contracts.

kinda hard deal to pass up, you have to really be sure luck is the guy.

I'd throw Isaac Sopoaga and Josh Morgan in there

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i wouldnt trade Luck for no amount of picks. Colts hanged on to Manning when teams were trying to make a move to get him. Now they have had the face of their franchise for years and years...

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I would trade for the 9ers 1/2/3 this year, 1/2/3 next year. V. Davis and P. Willis, and that G from Idaho.

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How much would it take for you to be 'ok' with trading #1/Luck?

More than any GM with half a brain is going to be willing to offer.

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