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Play GM: A 4th Round pick in Week 5 or 6 for Hakeem Nicks? Would you guys take it?

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Nicks and Panthers agree to sign a three year extension with agent before we make trade. Giants lose Nicks after season anyway, season is over, we can get Nicks on a reasonable hometown discount before other teams bid on him driving his value up and we also get to use him the rest of this season, especially for the hard games. Nicks is back home and shows out. We don't have to worry about MISSING on WR in the 2nd or 3rd round and we have a 25yr old  #1WR for a while if he stays healthy. Sounds like fair trade? Would you guys like it? Loathe losing the pick (lets say conditional 3rd rounder if he plays in the playoffs (or if we dont actually have a 4th round pick this year, too lazy to double check))

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Yeah, I don't know how realistic your proposal is or if it worked in Madden but I believe we would be "hurndogging" the Giants on that trade.

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If the Giants lose another one and their season is officially toast I could see it as a possibility.

And yes, sign him. It may take 3rd though.

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Id even ship a third for him. In a heartbeat.

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