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  1. #97

    Re: Trade targets - pick for player

    Unless.......... if I'm Ozzie and am serious about getting a wr I'm calling Cleveland and dangling a pick for Gordon. We need a true HIGH risk HIGH reward type guy.

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  2. #98

    Re: Trade targets - pick for player

    Putting aside the usual suspects -- Matthews, Decker, Floyd, V-Jax -- here are some players who were
    A) high draft picks
    B) athletically intriguing
    C) have spent time developing;
    D) have flashed;
    E) are blocked; or
    F) may need a change of scenery because of their own performance or because of regime change.

    In no particular order

    DeVante Parker
    Robby Anderson
    Jaelen Strong
    Jordan Taylor
    Tyrell Williams
    Brice Butler
    Jeff Janis
    DeAndre Smelter

    Tyrell Williams seems like the best player.
    Devante Parker may have the best pedigree -- but there is something fishy (see what I did there?) with his relationship with the coaching staff.
    Jeff Janis flashes, has a remarkable spider graph viewable at Mockdraftable, and plays well on special teams...but can't stay healthy.
    Jordan Taylor is a big body who also has an impressive spider graph. He started to emerge at the end of the season.
    Robby Anderson made plays during the preseason and seemed to do so whenever his number was called.
    Brice Butler is up and down, a talented tease.

    None of these players are the next Julio Jones. However, one of them may be that complementary player with upside that could help the team.

    Thoughts welcome.

  3. #99

    Re: Trade targets - pick for player

    I liked Strong coming out of college I was hoping we would draft him.

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  4. #100

    Re: Trade targets - pick for player

    parker has injury concerns and word is his work ethic is not the best


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