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Old 04-25-2008, 08:17 PM   #16
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Re: Rosenhaus Pleads With Cincy To Trade Johnson

I wonder how dumb the 1st and 3rd draft choices for CJ appear to the Redskins now that they have had a chance to think about it? If they are still thinking about that trade, I am worried about them and would doubt that they are as prepared for the draft as they should be.
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Old 04-25-2008, 08:34 PM   #17
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seems to me that if the Bengals really will take a cap hit by trading him before June 1, and he can't buy his way out, then he & Drew are just driving the price down for him every time they talk.

Maybe Drew knows the best offers are going to come before the draft & after that teams won't have as much to offer the bengals. The problem w/that is that the bengals take a big cap hit. How bout you include that in your "objective" analysis Drew?
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Old 04-25-2008, 08:51 PM   #18
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I...honestly...can't wait for the draft tomorrow! This is crazy. THe intrigue! It doesn't get any better than this.
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Old 04-25-2008, 09:38 PM   #19
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All the more reason to stay away from this guy.
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Old 04-25-2008, 09:46 PM   #20
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he looks like such a cheese ball
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Old 04-25-2008, 09:59 PM   #21
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I say draft Trevor Laws, that guy is a beast!! Reminds me of Warren Sapp.
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Old 04-25-2008, 10:55 PM   #22
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I didn't know Rosenhaus represented Santana Moss and Clinton Portis...interesting.

Anyway my real question is...I used to be quick to judge players like CJ, TO, Urlacher, (insert Rosenhaus client that holds out for money), and any other that holds out, wants to be traded, or just doesn't want to honor their contract. But don't teams do the same thing? I mean aren't there a lot of veterans that get cut b/c teams feel like they don't need them or they feel they are not worth the money they are due? For instance, last year Shawn Springs didn't want to restructure his contract...had the Redskins traded him or cut him, isn't that the same as a player wanting a new contract or wanting out? In my opinion it is the same.
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I didn't know Rosenhaus represented Santana Moss and Clinton Portis...interesting.

Anyway my real question is...I used to be quick to judge players like CJ, TO, Urlacher, (insert Rosenhaus client that holds out for money), and any other that holds out, wants to be traded, or just doesn't want to honor their contract. But don't teams do the same thing? I mean aren't there a lot of veterans that get cut b/c teams feel like they don't need them or they feel they are not worth the money they are due? For instance, last year Shawn Springs didn't want to restructure his contract...had the Redskins traded him or cut him, isn't that the same as a player wanting a new contract or wanting out? In my opinion it is the same.
Yeah and he represented Taylor too. But I think that's it as far as Redskins. He represents players all over the league, a lot of Miami Hurricanes especially.

And yes it's very similar. Like I've said before, the NFL is a very cut-throat, me-first business.
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Old 04-25-2008, 11:05 PM   #24
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Yeah and he represented Taylor too. But I think that's it as far as Redskins. He represents players all over the league, a lot of Miami Hurricanes especially.

And yes it's very similar. Like I've said before, the NFL is a very cut-throat, me-first business.
Unfortunately a lot of people don't seem to realize that and just jump on the hating bandwagon.
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I didn't know Rosenhaus represented Santana Moss and Clinton Portis...interesting.

Anyway my real question is...I used to be quick to judge players like CJ, TO, Urlacher, (insert Rosenhaus client that holds out for money), and any other that holds out, wants to be traded, or just doesn't want to honor their contract. But don't teams do the same thing? I mean aren't there a lot of veterans that get cut b/c teams feel like they don't need them or they feel they are not worth the money they are due? For instance, last year Shawn Springs didn't want to restructure his contract...had the Redskins traded him or cut him, isn't that the same as a player wanting a new contract or wanting out? In my opinion it is the same.
Is it the same in pure 'economic man' terms? perhaps
Is it the same overall? No

The team is greater than any 1 player & always will be. The team exists because great capital has been invested, i.e. risk has been taken through investment in facilities, staff, coaches, players,etc. Players risk their bodies, but they are not taking on anywhere near the financial risk that the Danny is able to.

It's always a fine line when a player quietly demands more money, and to me that's half of it right there. How often do you hear a team official say to espn, 'this guy really sucked last year so we cut him'?

Yet some players feel they are justified in calling out an organization publicly. Teams are held to a higher standard of professionalism. Fans expect that, but fans also respect players that observe that same standard. Those who don't, well they end up on espn like TO & Chad.
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Old 04-26-2008, 12:28 AM   #26
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Yeah and he represented Taylor too. But I think that's it as far as Redskins. He represents players all over the league, a lot of Miami Hurricanes especially.

And yes it's very similar. Like I've said before, the NFL is a very cut-throat, me-first business.
Every business is "cut-throat, me-first" just to different degrees. What shouldn't be overlooked is that teams are taking chances on players when they sign them to big deals and they are penalized in cap space if they cut them usuallly. The player on the other hand, gets some guaranteed cash.

Of course each side gets something & has its self-interest, but the investment goes both ways. Either side can get screwed in the end. There is still some trust & honor involved.

In the case of Ocho e.g., he's crying yet his team will take a big cap hit to trade him. News flash to he & Rosenhaus, your interest is not the only consideration here!
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Old 04-26-2008, 01:18 PM   #27
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Hes back on the draft special "i just want to focus on the draft" what that really means "im gonna keep taking half my time to talk about chad"

this idiot must be scared as shit of teams suing him, he keeps mentioning how hes heard of rumors from sources and NOT TEAMS....

today he is wearing a suit, still looks like a creep.
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Old 04-27-2008, 12:24 AM   #28
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Most teams hate dealing with him, except one. . . us. Danny boy seems to love to deal with Rosenhaus and Rosenhaus has quite a few redskins players. I know that there is that Miami connection thing going, but I believe that he also has Cartwright as well. I agree that Rosenhaus should shut his mouth, but he desperately wants to put Chad Johnson in a redskins uniform. That seems like his ultimate goal, because he knows who spends the money in this league.
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Old 04-27-2008, 11:16 AM   #29
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People may not like Drew, but if I were a football player he'd be my agent.
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People may not like Drew, but if I were a football player he'd be my agent.
His clients are very loyal. He definitely takes care of them.
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