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    If anything trading Boldin increases our options this offseason. There are two guys who I think would be perfect signings, Sebastian Volmer and Greg Jennings. Volmer they could get for a deal less than Jake Long and he is a guy who is more consistent, and most importantly can play effectively at LT. Jennings will be probably more expensive but I think it could be a 4 year deal like Boldin got making his cap number around what they wanted Boldin's to be.

    The wild card would be Dumervil. It would be a slam dunk and they could afford him. However, I can't see it happening because he will cost more than Kruger and I think if they were to go out of their way for Dumervil they would probably want Kruger first. Ozzie just seems to value his own players more.




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    Victor Cruz is a free agent with a first round tender......could that work for us?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NOLARavenFAN View Post
    Victor Cruz is a free agent with a first round tender......could that work for us?
    I don't think Ozzie can make an offer of enough money so that the Giants would be unable to match it.




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    Quote Originally Posted by landshark52 View Post
    I don't think Ozzie can make an offer of enough money so that the Giants would be unable to match it.
    I think the Giants have less cap room than us, not too sure though.

    It's more of a case that Ozzie wont give up high draft picks AND money to get a player, no matter how good he is.




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    Cruz would be sick and he would be better than any other receiver they could get in the draft. The guy is 26 years old IIRC.

    Cruz, Torrey, and Jacoby is one speedy receiver unit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    Cruz would be sick and he would be better than any other receiver they could get in the draft. The guy is 26 years old IIRC.

    Cruz, Torrey, and Jacoby is one speedy receiver unit.
    I like it. I dont think itll happen, but i like it. I think Amendola would be a nice Slot WR for a lot less. Still quick, obviously not as straight line fast but would work well here. I still dont think we even bring in a FA WR unless its off the scrap heap.
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    Amendola may be out of football in two years unless he learns how to slip collisions. I wouldn't pay him a dime.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    Cruz would be sick and he would be better than any other receiver they could get in the draft. The guy is 26 years old IIRC.

    Cruz, Torrey, and Jacoby is one speedy receiver unit.
    How much for Cruz?
    Or maybe the better question is, how much cap space does NYG have?
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    Cruz is a pipe dream.
    Although Walsh's system of offense can compensate for lack of talent; however, defense is a different story. According to Walsh, talent on defense was essential and could not be compensated for. What did Walsh do in 1981? He acquired physical and talented players on defense.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Raveninwoodlawn View Post
    Cruz is a pipe dream.
    Not happening.




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    Quote Originally Posted by BigPlayReceiver View Post
    How much for Cruz?
    Or maybe the better question is, how much cap space does NYG have?
    About the same as us...maybe a bit less.

    I don't think Cruz is a realistic option. It would just be kind of funny to poach him from the Giants.

    Cruz is looking for mega bucks though and the Ravens are going to have to pay Torrey at some point in the next two years as well. There won't be cap room for Cruz.

    The Ravens really need to get Tandon Doss/Streeter/Thompson/LaQuan/David Reed to be good enough to be a starter because Torrey is going to be expensive and the Ravens aren't going to be able to afford multiple high-priced receivers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raveninwoodlawn View Post
    Cruz is a pipe dream.
    It is absolutely a pipe dream.

    I wasn't being serious at all about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigPlayReceiver View Post
    Amendola may be out of football in two years unless he learns how to slip collisions. I wouldn't pay him a dime.
    right player, right price. Hes a great WR when healthy, but the price has to be right due to his history. He broke his collarbone on a freak play (laying out and making a great catch btw), so i dont hold that against him. Other than that he had a heel issue. I think his "injury history" is a little blown out of proportion.
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    I don't think the need is really for a player in the slot. I think it's for a player on the outside.
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