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"Serious" chance D-Will gets traded

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I edit my posts all the time. Who gives a poo?

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Who in the front office right now is qualified to judge what constitutes a "desirable deal"?

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I wish I knew. That is an idea, however, because the secondary in Arizona is pretty strong.

Just checked it out

Maybe this Greg Toler guy could be a tradable asset at CB:

http://www.nfl.com/player/gregtoler/237680/profile

He's basically in for nickel packages but they already have a promising rookie Fleming there and vet depth

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Who in the front office right now is qualified to judge what constitutes a "desirable deal"?

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Wait, so we re-signed D.Will before Stewart because we liked him more. NOT because his contract ran out. Ok makes sense.

I'm done. Let me get the fug out of here before my brain dissolves.

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TCF u thinking with your heart and not your head bro

I'm thinking with both actually.

He's First round talent now... Will be around for years to come... And for a 29 yr old running back he doesn't have the wear and tear that most backs his age has...

I'm not opposed to a trade... I am opposed to getting anything less than a 1st rounder though. I'd hate to see him go, but I'd loathe the front office if they gave him away to a Desperate team for peanuts...

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Wait, so we re-signed D.Will before Stewart because we liked him more. NOT because his contract ran out. Ok makes sense.

I'm done. Let me get the fug out of here before my brain dissolves.

I can explain it to you... But if you can't comprehend it, then it's probably best you do leave. Nowhere in anything that I said should have lead you to that conclusion.

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Wait, so we re-signed D.Will before Stewart because we liked him more. NOT because his contract ran out. Ok makes sense.

I'm done. Let me get the fug out of here before my brain dissolves.

Even though we have differing views on that matter, I concur with your bolded statement and will only entertain this discussion if it actually happens.

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As I've said before, I think if we did trade him we could get more than usual by selling the points that he has more tread on the tires than most 29 year old RBs b/c he's split carries his entire career and pair that with the fact that Jackson is off the market now and we should be able to get more than market value.

I'd say we could expect a 4th in normal circumstances, so if we could pull a 3rd, I'd be ecstatic. I seriously doubt anyone trades anything higher than that.

I love DWill, but it sounds like JR is wanting to shed some of Hurney's contracts as well so it's best for both sides. I'd love to see him killing it in Green Bay.

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Also I just checked Adam Schefter's twitter line for today. Nothing new about anything regarding DeAngelo today whatsoever. So whoever mentioned it earlier was not being honest

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I'm thinking with both actually.

He's First round talent now... Will be around for years to come... And for a 29 yr old running back he doesn't have the wear and tear that most backs his age has...

I'm not opposed to a trade... I am opposed to getting anything less than a 1st rounder though. I'd hate to see him go, but I'd loathe the front office if they gave him away to a Desperate team for peanuts...

He won't fetch anything greater than a 4th unless Al Davis is reincarnated in the next 24 hours. It is Halloween so ya never know!

I'm honestly at 50/50 if he's traded or not. I think it would be a good move to get a DP or a prospect for him but it seems too much like a good move so I doubt the Panthers will make it happen.

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There is no RB in the league right now worth a 1st round pick, or at least not a team desperate enough to offer that...

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