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Mechanix544 04-05-2010 11:02 AM

New possible trade/draft scenarios
 
So lets see if we can spin this, 1 pick in the first 100+, and mediocre interest in tradable talents.......altho with shanny and allen, I would say anyone we have is up for trade the way things have been going......

Monkeydad 04-05-2010 11:09 AM

Re: New possible trade/draft scenarios
 
I have no idea who will be traded for more picks...but it's going to happen.

I think Bruce Allen is going to give us a wild ride on draft day.

He better...we need Okung but he's not the only player we need.

Mechanix544 04-05-2010 11:09 AM

Re: New possible trade/draft scenarios
 
Trade our #4 and 'los with san fran for their #13 pick and their 2nd rounder. JC to Oakland for their 3rd rounder, and Cooley to TB for their 3rd rounder.
Lose - 'los, JC, Cooley, #4 pick

Gain - 13th, 2nd rounder, 3rd, 3rd

Gives us something to work with at least.

Mechanix544 04-05-2010 11:11 AM

Re: New possible trade/draft scenarios
 
well, whatever the ride, I am definitely on board. At first, didnt really love the trade, but with everything given a little time to sink in, I think we will contend for the NFC east this year!!!!!

Mechanix544 04-05-2010 11:13 AM

Re: New possible trade/draft scenarios
 
ALso, with Tony Gonz. getting a relatively early 2nd rounder for him via trade, I think Cooley can command at least a late 2nd rounder. I think he would be worth that.......

SFREDSKIN 04-05-2010 11:28 AM

Re: New possible trade/draft scenarios
 
Trade Campbell and Andre Carter as a package for 2nd and 3th picks.

freddyg12 04-05-2010 11:33 AM

Re: New possible trade/draft scenarios
 
Gotta figure JC will be traded. JC to the raiders for a 2nd or 3rd makes sense, so long as B. Allen is still in good w/Al Davis.

Pocket$ $traight 04-05-2010 11:37 AM

Re: New possible trade/draft scenarios
 
[quote=CultBrennan59;682972]^ Cooley isn't worth a 3rd rounder, you could easily get a second for him, maybe a first. Cincinnati needs a TE desperately.[/quote]


Cooley isn't fetching a 1st. Zero chance. Possibly a late second round pick but that is doubtful with his contract.

People throw out the Gonzalez trade but I don't see Cooley in Gonzalez's league yet. Gonzalez is the greatest pass catching tight end ever (with Sharpe being in the conversation).

Daseal 04-05-2010 11:39 AM

Re: New possible trade/draft scenarios
 
You're not getting much value. Hell, our #4 would pull the 13th and their 2nd. Trading Carlos is a terrible idea, in my mind. We have Carlos and Hall as our #1 and #2 corners with Buchannon in the slot. Sounds good to me, let's keep it like that.

I could see us moving Cooley/Moss to Denver for Marshall/2nd or 3rd rounder.

With the recent news about us dangling Haynesworth, I could see him pulling some fairly large compensation.

[quote=Mechanix544;682968]Trade our #4 and 'los with san fran for their #13 pick and their 2nd rounder. JC to Oakland for their 3rd rounder, and Cooley to TB for their 3rd rounder.
Lose - 'los, JC, Cooley, #4 pick

Gain - 13th, 2nd rounder, 3rd, 3rd

Gives us something to work with at least.[/quote]

Daseal 04-05-2010 11:40 AM

Re: New possible trade/draft scenarios
 
Gonzalez is 98 years old. Cooley is not. That's what makes him valuable. Proven commodity at TE with lots of years left.

[quote=Pocket$ $traight;682999]Cooley isn't fetching a 1st. Zero chance. Possibly a late second round pick but that is doubtful with his contract.

People throw out the Gonzalez trade but I don't see Cooley in Gonzalez's league yet. Gonzalez is the greatest pass catching tight end ever (with Sharpe being in the conversation).[/quote]

Mechanix544 04-05-2010 11:44 AM

Re: New possible trade/draft scenarios
 
[quote=Daseal;683003]Gonzalez is 98 years old. Cooley is not. That's what makes him valuable. Proven commodity at TE with lots of years left.[/quote]

exactly why i posted the above. Way more miles to be had, along with all the talent in the world.

Ruhskins 04-05-2010 11:47 AM

Re: New possible trade/draft scenarios
 
[quote=CultBrennan59;683010]Skins that can or will be traded

Andre Carter
Jason Campbell
LaRon Landry
Albert Haynesworth
Rocky McIntosh
Santana Moss

Unlikely to get Traded because of Salary issues

Clinton Portis[/quote]

If they are willing to eat Haynesworth massive guaranteed money, then Portis could be traded.

SFREDSKIN 04-05-2010 11:47 AM

Re: New possible trade/draft scenarios
 
Yep, Haynesworth and Landry could be moved (Haynesworth will be tougher because of cost).


Donovan McNabb trade: Albert Haynesworth, LaRon Landry reportedly offered to Eagles

The Donovan McNabb trade story is about more than a quarterback. The Redskins reportedly offered defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth to the Eagles in exchange for McNabb.

There are multiple reports now that Haynesworth was part of the negotiations, and we'd heard this weekend that the team was shopping the talented defensive tackle around, too (to whom, though, wasn't clear until Sunday night).

If true, it's very telling that the team was willing to part ways with Haynesworth after just one season. Owner Daniel Snyder signed him to the mega-deal just 13 months ago; to send him packing now means that the new regime 1) isn't certain how he fits into its plans, or 2) simply doesn't want him in their building. Shanahan has made it clear that he wants to see commitment from every player and he's disappointed that Haynesworth isn't participating in the team's offseason conditioning program.

Depending on when the Redskins offered Haynesworth, it could also show just how desperate they are to get rid of him. Last Thursday, Haynesworth was paid a $21 million contract bonus. If the Redskins were still trying to include him in the trade over the weekend, that means they'd be okay with the possibility of paying Haynesworth tens of millions of dollars for essentially 12 football games. It's more likely Haynesworth was part of the discussions before the bonus was paid out, which simply means that despite the major financial commitment made a year ago in free agency, the new staff is not nearly as keen on Haynesworth as the old one.

There are clearly no sacred cows at Redskins Park. Jason Campbell's days are numbered (although the team has no leverage in any deal with potential suitors), and reports also indicate that the Redskins offered Philadelphia safety LaRon Landry, the Redskins' first-round pick in the 2007 draft. That, coupled with the fact that Eric Berry was in town for a pre-draft visit, could lead you to believe the Redskins feel they can afford to upgrade mightily at the safety position.

A year ago at this time, it seemed like Haynesworth and Landry were both crucial cogs to the Redskins' defense. Quite a change if their most important role right now is as trade bait.


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