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Old 04-20-2010, 01:10 PM   #46
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Re: AH trade II La Canfora insists AH is indeed on the trading block.

I find that Shanahan's comments about having 2 sacks or more meaning there's something wrong either really stupid, just a complete fabrication, or disinformation.

Unless Shanahan wants to burn bridges with his buddy in Schefter, I don't see him so blatantly lying to Schefter.
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Old 04-20-2010, 01:26 PM   #47
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Re: AH trade II La Canfora insists AH is indeed on the trading block.

Who knows what to believe about Albert Haynesworth anymore? There have been so many different stories circulating over the last several weeks it would take a genius to unravel them all. His threads are about to eclipse those of LaVar Arrington and I really thought that would take some doing.

Thursday can't come fast enough for me, maybe then some of these stories will begin to subside.
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Old 04-20-2010, 01:53 PM   #48
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It doesnt freaking matter. If someone offers a first round pick for McNabb, we might take the deal.

Every player is considered as trade-able if the right offer comes along. There is obviously a bit more with AH, but I think the position thing is a bit blown out of proportion.

Also, he was clearly out of shape and did better in TN when he did his own thing. Why not pay big bucks to get in shape, the way you think is best for you? Doesnt matter what is expected, as long as he shows and is in shape who cares? I have a feeling this is all going to blow over after AH shows up to manditory workouts and is in shape.
skipping workouts is one thing. skipping a new regime's minicamp where you need to learn how to play a new position is completely different.
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skipping workouts is one thing. skipping a new regime's minicamp where you need to learn how to play a new position is completely different.
The good part about the position he plays is that there's not a whole lot to learn he dosen't already know or haven't seen. He knows already how to take on double teams, everything else is commonplace.

I believe the FO is over the skipping mini-camp part because there's nothing that can be done about that, the conceren now is that he's going to hold true to the promise he made to the coaching staff that he would report to mandatory activities in shape and ready to play.
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The stupidity of the AH situation is how Snyderato structured his contract. Here is a guy with questionable character, and within 14 months, he has been paid $30M+ of the $40M that was guaranteed in the deal. Don't blame AH for being a douchebag. We give him a boatload of money up front, and expect him to be a model citizen after giving him all the carrots ($$$) that could have been used to incentivize him. Snyder is sorely lacking in his understanding human nature. At this point, Haynesworth is a cancer that should be removed.
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Re: AH trade II La Canfora insists AH is indeed on the trading block.

DON'T TRADE AH, DON'T TRADE AH, DON'T TRADE AH. We let him go watch our sack total go down.
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The stupidity of the AH situation is how Snyderato structured his contract. Here is a guy with questionable character, and within 14 months, he has been paid $30M+ of the $40M that was guaranteed in the deal. Don't blame AH for being a douchebag. We give him a boatload of money up front, and expect him to be a model citizen after giving him all the carrots ($$$) that could have been used to incentivize him. Snyder is sorely lacking in his understanding human nature. At this point, Haynesworth is a cancer that should be removed.
Why? Because he spoke out against the terrible coaching staff we had last year? Or because he wants to play a position where he fits the best? Really, are people that blind to want to bitch and whine about a particular player and miss the big picture completely?

Aren't we the same fanbase that bitches about Landry playing out of position? Or bitched about not playing Orakpo as a 4-3 DE?
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Re: AH trade II La Canfora insists AH is indeed on the trading block.

Adam Schefter on Sirius right now again defended his belief that AH will not be traded. He said 2 separate sources told him that. Also said he's not naive to think that they might not have been blowing smoke, and that if they could trade him they might for the right price. And finally that it's not just that we aren't shopping him, but that the market for him is probably shaky because of the known knocks on AH.
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Why? Because he spoke out against the terrible coaching staff we had last year? Or because he wants to play a position where he fits the best? Really, are people that blind to want to bitch and whine about a particular player and miss the big picture completely?

Aren't we the same fanbase that bitches about Landry playing out of position? Or bitched about not playing Orakpo as a 4-3 DE?
Yeah it's OK for them to bitch about it, but if the player does it he's a diva. AH please have a Snicker Bar.

DON'T TRADE AH, DON'T TRADE AH.
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AH please have a Snicker Bar.
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Re: AH trade II La Canfora insists AH is indeed on the trading block.

I don't know what some of you are upset about. Haynesworth is working out, and Shanny is planning on killing him in Summer Camp. I laughed when Shanny said "I hope he comes in here and proves me wrong".

Albert...hey Fat Al...better bring your water bottle when you come to camp. You're going to "Paris Island" buddy. Report for Duty in August. (And by the way Al... where do you want to be buried)
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Adam Schefter on Sirius right now again defended his belief that AH will not be traded. He said 2 separate sources told him that. Also said he's not naive to think that they might not have been blowing smoke, and that if they could trade him they might for the right price. And finally that it's not just that we aren't shopping him, but that the market for him is probably shaky because of the known knocks on AH.

Wow, points that actually make sense? I don't want to hear that. Jared LaCanfora and Jason Reid's witchunt against Al is much more interesting...
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Here is a case where one of the so called "media experts" predicts something. If it happens the guy is a genius. If it doesn't then he CLAIMS that nobody was willing to pay the price.
HERE is what I wrote the other day. Now it is coming true as the media experts are beginning to backtrack and use the old excuse " oh teams are just cautious because of what they're hearing".

yea, and if Bradford doesn't go number 1 then they can say "oh, teams were just worried about his shoulder".

Settle down people. These idiots in the media are payed good money to start rumors and start trouble. Its their life. Its all they do.
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HERE is what I wrote the other day. Now it is coming true as the media experts are beginning to backtrack and use the old excuse " oh teams are just cautious because of what they're hearing".

yea, and if Bradford doesn't go number 1 then they can say "oh, teams were just worried about his shoulder".

Settle down people. These idiots in the media are payed good money to start rumors and start trouble. Its their life. Its all they do.
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Ugh my head hurts. You sure love those crazy scenarios BHA.
It's like a blog speculation gumbo often times haha

Every possibility halfway reported rolled into one

how are they going to trade down with another team.. and still send us the pick? what?
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