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    Re: WRs the Ravens could trade for



    Quote Originally Posted by nickh0801 View Post
    We wish!! That's the only thing I'm still pissed off about!
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    Re: WRs the Ravens could trade for

    A player who may be moved is Kenny Britt. I believe he's in the final year of his contract. The Titans have drafted receivers high the last two years. The Ravens for whatever reason sign people who play well against them. He killed the Ravens week 2, 2011. He comes with way too much baggage but he may be an option.




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    There won't be any WR trades this year. The Ravens are prepared to go with the youth movement. Torrey Smith's development showed them that, with a stable and high quality QB in place, they can't be afraid to give youth an early chance.

    Unless you know who decides he wants to come on board.
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    got a feelin' Anquan will be back




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    Quote Originally Posted by scottie b View Post
    got a feelin' Anquan will be back
    Yeah, when the Ravens play a repeat Super bowl match with the 49ers ... Bc




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    Quote Originally Posted by bt12483 View Post
    BUF Stevie Johnson: new regime in BUF, rebuilding, they just picked up 3 good WRs in the draft, they need TE help. We could trade them Ed Dickson and a pick. Unlikely though because he just signed a new 5 year deal in 2012 for over $35M.

    PHI Jeremy Maclin: doesn't fit Kelly's offense. Even though PHI is loaded at TE, we could try to trade them Ed Dickson and a pick, maybe Kelly would want to be reunited. 2014 Free Agent.

    OAK Denarius Moore: OAK in complete rebuild mode. Moore in back end of his rookie deal. Once again, trade them Ed Dickson and picks. They need picks. Or one of our young WRs.

    All 3 have had various injury issues.

    Feel free to list your own targets.
    Trading Dickson is not an option, you just add another problem, one injury to Pitta and Flacco hates you.




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    Re: WRs the Ravens could trade for

    Quote Originally Posted by scottie b View Post
    got a feelin' Anquan will be back
    Wouldn't it be funny if he ended up being cut and the Ravens re-signed him?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unibomber View Post
    You can take all those things and say them about flacco minus the all pro but add a super Bowl mvp and a big fat contract to it. By your logic we should probably start looking for another qb. Makes no sense. There's nothing to indicate that jj is gonna call it a career just because of what he accomplished this year. I'm sure he wants to improve and be the best he can be.
    I don't understand what you are talking about here. I didn't say nor imply that we need to starting looking for someone to replace JJ12...or that he's going to call it career. That will be his own doing, if it ever came to that.

    And WRT Joe, it's not relevant b/c he was already a good player. JJ12 was not. In fact, JJ12 was pretty much a career disappointment at the WR position in that he had never stepped up when presented with the opportunity to do so. More so, if Joe ever decides to do reality TV or some other meaningless 2-3 month endeavor that takes his mind and body away from football then I'll be just as concerned.
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    Re: WRs the Ravens could trade for

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    Wouldn't it be funny if he ended up being cut and the Ravens re-signed him?
    That would be something that would reinforce the Legend of Oz. Trade a guy for a draft pick that was used to trade up to get Arthur Brown, then resign the very guy you traded - all at a lower cost.

    But I think we are dreaming.




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    Re: WRs the Ravens could trade for

    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    Player for player deals are incredibly rare in the NFL. Usually when they do happen it's someone's backup for another teams backup or 2 just flat out duds. Think Jason Smith for Wayner Hunter or Mike Goodson for Bruce Campbell. Anyone remember solid players being moved for another player?
    The Colts and Bills traded linebackers today, but they weren't exactly tearing up the league.




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    Quote Originally Posted by alien bird View Post
    The Colts and Bills traded linebackers today, but they weren't exactly tearing up the league.
    Indianapolis had no business taking Jerry Hughes that high anyway. He was an undersized speed rusher without the skill to compensate. He was all speed. No hand technique. No leverage. Nothing else. They must have thought they were going to mold another Robert Mathis and didn't come close.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bt12483 View Post
    BUF Stevie Johnson: new regime in BUF, rebuilding, they just picked up 3 good WRs in the draft, they need TE help. We could trade them Ed Dickson and a pick. Unlikely though because he just signed a new 5 year deal in 2012 for over $35M.

    PHI Jeremy Maclin: doesn't fit Kelly's offense. Even though PHI is loaded at TE, we could try to trade them Ed Dickson and a pick, maybe Kelly would want to be reunited. 2014 Free Agent.

    OAK Denarius Moore: OAK in complete rebuild mode. Moore in back end of his rookie deal. Once again, trade them Ed Dickson and picks. They need picks. Or one of our young WRs.

    All 3 have had various injury issues.

    Feel free to list your own targets.
    The Ravens play in too many big games for someone like Stevie Johnson. He'd make the last Bill's receiver we signed look liike Jerry rice in the clutch.




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    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    I have a better shot at being traded to the Ravens than anyone listed.

    Are people really this panicked about WR right now?
    Yes. We need to address a slot receiver at some point. Doss is unproven and soft.




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    Re: WRs the Ravens could trade for

    If he's unproven how do you know that he's soft?






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    Quote Originally Posted by bensmotorcyclehelmt View Post
    If he's unproven how do you know that he's soft?

    You could def argue that he needs to toughen up a bit. Seems like every year since he has been here he has been hurt with one thing or another.

    Torrey played an entire season with a sports hernia.

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