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DaCityKats

2012 Mock offseason and draft-Draft

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Well, yea. I expected the pace to slow down after the first few rounds, not in the 1st. People should be interested in getting their first picks in. This is anti-climactic :(

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RocknRolla was logged on this morning so he is around. I would assume if he's doing the GM thing he'll wait to see if he gets any offers for that 2nd pick overall......

Edit: I posted a message to him he's on the clock.

Patience my fellow GMers, you could be picking #32 like I am. :lol:

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Pittsburg acquired #45 overall which is a 2nd round pick, from the Dallas Cowboys in James harrison deal.

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waiting on trade offers, if still nothing by 6AM give me RGIII

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Nothing like bringing the draft a halt....

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waiting on trade offers, if still nothing by 6AM give me RGIII

you got him, Vikings are now on the clock.

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you got him, Vikings are now on the clock.

What kind of GMs are these, how does no one trade up for RG3?

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What kind of GMs are these, how does no one trade up for RG3?

Don't know dude.and now the rams have him and Bradford trade bait.

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