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Teddy Bridgewater likely on the outs in Carolina


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20 minutes ago, ForJimmy said:

I GUESS we will do that...

For #9, I’d pay the full $18M this year and give Denver a free QB for 2021. We already owe the $10, so it would be pick 9 for $8M. Considering that would be a rookie contract $$$$ for 4 years we’d end up saving money on a really good player.

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#9 overall for Teddy Bridgewater... LOLOLOL!!!

I mean, I hope the Broncos are that stupid but realistically no one is giving up a 1st for Teddy. I'd be happy with literally anything. Just take the contract.

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6 minutes ago, Mage said:

It is possible that the Panthers and Broncos could swap 1st round picks as part of the trade.

Yes it's possible, but why?  What would be the incentive is what I am asking?

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7 minutes ago, Mage said:

It is possible that the Panthers and Broncos could swap 1st round picks as part of the trade.

I was thinking about that.  8+TB for 9+DEN 3rd/4th?

It could assure them a QB since it doesn't appear MIA or CIN are moving and we still land Slater.  Gain an extra mid rounder.  Don't know how realistic it is but it's a way to get another midrounder which TB may not net on his own.

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2 minutes ago, saX man said:

I was thinking about that.  8+TB for 9+DEN 3rd/4th?

It could assure them a QB since it doesn't appear MIA or CIN are moving and we still land Slater.  Gain an extra mid rounder.  Don't know how realistic it is but it's a way to get another midrounder which TB may not net on his own.

So WE would facilitate the move to sweeten the deal for them to take Teddy plus get picks.  I could go for that.  I was looking at it from Denver's perspective.  It's roughly 50 points which is an end of round 4 value.  They won't give their fouth pick so it would have to be round 5 and one of their three 7th rounders.  We still lose out on some value, BUT would accomplished two things: it gets Teddy out of Carolina and we recoup a couple picks this year that we lose out on in next years draft.  Granted these are later round selections, but in terms of net picks, we would only be on the hook for Darnold's 2nd in terms of real value.

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