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Schefter: Nicks trade has NOT been discussed, but should be (for a conditional 4th, possible 3rd)

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Oh wow a proven WR for a 4th round pick? Tell me again how many successful players we've gotten in the fourth round? G-man needs to get on this. Cut Donald's drop happy ass.

Issue would not be the 4th rd pick....it would be the huge contract he would want at the end if this season.

Would have to work out the deal for an acceptable contract before making the trade.

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Questions about Nicks:

 

 

How many years left does he have in his prime? Im curious because I dont know what kind of a player he really is. Does he take a lot of damage? Is he gonna play past 30 effectively?

 

 

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Should have been a straight up trade for Beaston with an additional 4-6 round conditional pick, depending upon his impending signing. Oh the fug well.

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Should have been a straight up trade for Beaston with an additional 4-6 round conditional pick, depending upon his impending signing. Oh the fug well.

 

I agree. Beason has led their team in tackles the last 2 weeks. So definitely would've benefitted both sides.

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Let LaFell go? Lolwat? Drop Hixons bum ass and let Smitty, Ginn, Nicks, LaFell, X player be our WR core.

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My only thought on Nixon is he's gettlemans nick hayden, useless player but gm loves him. Personally I liked Hayden more, guy was not nfl caliber but he played hard. Well I remember him playing hard but I might be crazy.

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Much rather invest in a better oline for Cam. A line that can punch holes and hold at the point of attack is what would push this offense over the top.

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Question should be are we going to focus on the o line or wide outs next season? Some believe that if you have a good enough o line your WR will eventually get open and your Qb will have time. They also help set up the run game which cuts down on the amount of having to throw. Do we see Gin and lafell eventually being our #1 and #2? If we focus more on running are they good enough for that type of offense? Or do we see ourselves as having Nicks #1 and Lafell/Gin as #2 and #3?

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I am starting to think Nicks asking price is preventing this trade to the Panthers or anyone to happen. The Giants are a well run organization and there is zero chance they resign him, so why wouldn't they trade him? My guess is Nicks' agent is wanting big money for him and there is zero incentive to trade for him unless you think you can get a bargain price re: Nicks' contract.

If I'm Nicks, I want to hit the open market if money is what I am after. He's going to get paid $8 million plus a year and I wouldn't pay that if I'm the Panthers.

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The only reason we should trade for Nicks, is if he will put this team over the top for a superbowl run.  If I weren't confident he could do that, there's no point in trading for him. 

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Bang!! Pull the trigger. We'll never get him for a better value pick/contract wise then we will now. Bring Hakeem home Gettle

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