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Hixon 2.0 may be cut from Seattle

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Sidney Rice is expected to be a cap casualty. Anyone interested in a guy that once showed promise before the injury bug took a big bite out of his hind-parts?  I mean, theoretically he could be a game changing type of WR. Certainly more-so than Hixon, right?  Rice could have some gas left, or might only have fumes at this point. Who knows? 

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I like him over everyone but Smith and Ginn

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He's from the Carolinas I believe. All together now..........hometown discount

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Never done squat without Favre throwing the ball.

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He might come with a Superbowl premium. If not its worth a discussion.

Super Bowl premium? Ha! I'm thinking bench discount.

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I appreciate this Dawg--good thread for the off season, but the draft is so loaded at WR, I have to think that we will look to fill other positions in free agency. I think we are going DB, and DE in free agency, WR and OT in the draft.  However, Gettlemen is not playing when he says BPA.

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I would DEFINITELY want him here he is a number 1 WR, Favre knew how to use him.

 

Cam would make him a star again.

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