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If I Hear Any Good Trades Being Declined...

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After the deadline is up, it's fug supporting this team this year for me

That'll just let me know we're not extremely serious about making some changes here

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What could realistically get for Smitty or Williams? A fourth at best!? Unless John Fox calls and asks for a package deal Smitty and DWill for a 1st rounder and Eric Decker. :cool:

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Deadline is Thursday. Should I hold off putting you on suicide watch?

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Hey, everyone! Look at meeeeeeeee!!!!!!

i think this sums up the topic very well

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What could realistically get for Smitty or Williams? A fourth at best!? Unless John Fox calls and asks for a package deal Smitty and DWill for a 1st rounder and Eric Decker. :cool:

Smitty should be worth a 4th. Randy Moss +7th was traded for a third at age 33.

Better than nothing unless the FO has some insight into his plans re: retirement or willingness to be traded.

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SCHRAGER:

1. Carolina Panthers RB DeAngelo Williams to the Green Bay Packers for a 2013 second-round pick:

The Packers have won three straight games and appear to be hitting their groove. But the running game has struggled since Cedric Benson was lost for the year a few weeks back. Second-year man Alex Green hasn’t been the guy the Packers have hoped he would be this season and James Starks has only recorded six carries in two games this year. Williams appears to be the odd man out in Carolina. One hundred percent healthy, Williams is just 29 and only one year removed from a season in which he averaged 7.4 yards per game. The catch? There would be huge salary-cap implications for the Packers with this trade. Williams would cost $2.6 million in cap space the rest of this season and has $18 million remaining on a contract that runs for three more seasons. Green Bay would have to move some pieces, but this might be a move worth considering. Come January, Green Bay may want a running back in case they play a road playoff game at Chicago or New York.

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I'd trade Jordan Gross in a heartbeat. LT is a highly tradable position. We are going to have to get/draft a new one asap anyhow...Get a pick, put Campbell over there for now.

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