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"Serious" chance D-Will gets traded

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Find myself wishing Richardson had waited until after the trade deadline to fire Marty Hurney.

Of course, it occurs to me that refusal to do a Williams trade could have been the sticking point that got Hurney fired.

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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...

I would say maybe AP, Rice, and Arian if any if we're talking a team only a running game away from a serious run but that's just a maybe

Jamaal Charles and McCoy as far possibilities but that's it right there imo

All of these are probably worth 2nd rounders nowadays

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Yeah another thing for TCF and those smoking crack thinking DW is worth a 1st round pick.....didn't Marshawn Lynch only fetch a 4th rounder a few years ago?

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Yeah another thing for TCF and those smoking crack thinking DW is worth a 1st round pick.....didn't Marshawn Lynch only fetch a 4th rounder a few years ago?

a 4th and a 5th. Terrible trade by the Bills.. A week and half after being traded to the Seahawks Lynch went off for 3 td's against you guessed it the Carolina Panthers.

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a 4th and a 5th. Terrible trade by the Bills.. A week and half after being traded to the Seahawks Lynch went off for 3 td's against you guessed it the Carolina Panthers.

oh Buffalo haha

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There is a lot of confusion and incorrect info in this thread regarding trading DWill and it's impact on our cap, so let's try to clear that up.

1) If we trade DWill this year, $9.6 million (unallocated bonus) minus the remainder of his salary for this year (approx $2,5 million) hits our books immediately. So call it a net impact of about $7 million this year.

2) He would then be off our books entirely. There would be no dead money to carry over.

Hopefully this clears up that question.

Edit: The above is wrong. The $9.6 million would hit our books in 2013. Sorry about that.

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I've been looking for the "serious chance" in this thread and have yet to find it

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It better be a 3rd or I'm going to be pist!

Dwill is up there in age but the dude been sharing carries his entire life. Hes a 26 old running back with the carries he had throughout his career.

I dnt care what a lot of the people on here think. Whyd would yall be so happy to give away your home-run threat for a 5th or 6th? crazy !

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There is a lot of confusion and incorrect info in this thread regarding trading DWill and it's impact on our cap, so let's try to clear that up.

1) If we trade DWill this year, $9.6 million (unallocated bonus) minus the remainder of his salary for this year (approx $2,5 million) hits our books immediately. So call it a net impact of about $7 million this year.

2) He would then be off our books entirely. There would be no dead money to carry over.

Hopefully this clears up that question.

Darin gantt says it would hit in 13

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This thread can't be serious. Viable =/= serious. Just means possible. Haven't we already gotten confirmation that he will not be traded?

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Darin gantt says it would hit in 13

And I say he's wrong, unless the info listed on spotrac which everyone uses is totally off.

Edit: I was wrong, and Gantt was right. When a player is traded mid-year, the unallocated bonus hits the following year. My apologies.

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JStew- more physical tough back, better pass blocker, I disagree with the notion that he has better hands (but it seems that most really believe this to be true), slower of the two, more injury prone of the two

There are two misconceptions here.

1) DWill has missed much more time than Stew. Stew is not at all injury prone.

2) Stew is one of the league's worst pass blockers. So no, he is not the better pass blocker.

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