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Old 04-22-2010, 05:20 PM   #106
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Re: AH trade II La Canfora insists AH is indeed on the trading block.

Thats interesting.... Do you think there is ANY way that we get their 1st round pick for him?

I'm not really in favor of trading Big Al, but if we're going to, maybe we could at least get some value in this one.
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Old 04-22-2010, 05:21 PM   #107
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Maybe the Viks in play or should I say "hot pursuit" for fat albert....

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One of the more intriguing draft rumors floating around today involves a new team that may have an interest in acquiring Washington Redskins defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth: The Minnesota Vikings.

A league source told PFT that the Vikings are in "hot pursuit" of Haynesworth.

The rumor we heard lines up with something Judd Zulgad of the Star Tribune wrote today, indicating ESPN's John Clayton had mentioned that the Vikings had contacted the Redskins about Haynesworth. Although Redskins coach Mike Shanahan has said there have been no Haynesworth trade talks, most people believe that Haynesworth would be available.

Haynesworth would seem to be a better fit in the Vikings' 4-3 defense than in the new 3-4 that the Redskins are installing. In Minnesota, Haynesworth would join a defensive line that already has defensive tackles Kevin Williams and Pat Williams, both of whom are still potentially facing four-game suspensions over a 2008 positive test for a prescription diuretic.
That would be ****ing scary. Borderline insane defense. And I'm not to type to use profanity much.
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Re: AH trade II La Canfora insists AH is indeed on the trading block.

OK, at this point AH needs to payback some of that money to get a trade. I'm not willing to let his ass walk with 30 million after just one year of service without getting at least a 1st round pick or some of that money back.
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That would be ****ing scary. Borderline insanely good defense.
Seriously, him, the Williams and Jared Allen???
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Thats interesting.... Do you think there is ANY way that we get their 1st round pick for him?

I'm not really in favor of trading Big Al, but if we're going to, maybe we could at least get some value in this one.
Wouldn't put too much into the Vikings rumor (or the rumor that McKinnie would be traded to the Redskins).

The only legit contender was the Titans but they had (have?) to get a 2nd to send to us first.

Saints are a long shot.
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Wouldn't put too much into the Vikings rumor (or the rumor that McKinnie would be traded to the Redskins).

The only legit contender was the Titans but they had (have?) to get a 2nd to send to us first.

Saints are a long shot.
I'm not in favor of trading Haynesworth either. Afraid we won't get equal value because he should fetch a 1st rounder and I doubt anyone is going to give that for him. Don't want to think we're so disgruntled with him that we'll just give him away because some people are unhappy with his off-season approach.
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Re: AH trade II La Canfora insists AH is indeed on the trading block.

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Posted at 6:27 PM ET, 04/22/2010
Redskins might find it tough to turn down 2nd-rounder for Haynesworth

With only about an hour remaining before the draft begins, there's obviously a lot flying around. Despite the Redskins' denial, there's tons of chatter about defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth.

If they can get a second-round pick for Haynesworth, the Redskins would have a hard time passing on that, a person familiar with the situation said. To this point, it is believed the Redskins have not received an offer that includes a second-rounder.

Meanwhile, there are reports the Minnesota Vikings are in pursuit of Haynesworth. I recently received a text message from a source who has spoken with a high-ranking Vikings official, and the official told the source Minnesota has nothing going on right now with the Redskins.
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fyi

Report: Haynesworth deal expected now | ProFootballTalk.com

Here's the latest on the $100 million man in list form because my brain is tired and I need to put on some pants and get over to Radio City Music Hall soon.

1. NFL Network's Jason La Canfora's sources is convinced Haynesworth's trade will happen today. And despite Titans coach Jeff Fisher's protestations, he says the most likely destination is Tennessee for a second round pick.

2. The Saints aren't interested. Both the New Orleans Times-Picayune's Jeff Duncan and Jay Glazer of FOX say they Saints don't want him. He even used capital letters to say so:

"They have ZERO interest in Albert. ZERO!!!"

3. Both Haynesworth and the Redskins want a divorce. That doesn't help leverage, so it behooves both sides to float rumors of interest, even if the interest is mild. When both sides want a divorce, the trade usually happens.
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Re: AH trade II La Canfora insists AH is indeed on the trading block.

Id rather have Haynesworth then a second round pick unless it also came with a great player.
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Re: AH trade II La Canfora insists AH is indeed on the trading block.

Titans deal could be close. They need to make one other move first (unless the Skins are willing to settle) and when that deal closes, and it should from what I hear, it will open things up for a trade to TN.

Perhaps not coincidentally, Big Al's agent was talking with Titans officials this morning (reportedly)

Still at least one other team involved potentially
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Report: Haynesworth deal expected now | ProFootballTalk.com

Here's the latest on the $100 million man in list form because my brain is tired and I need to put on some pants and get over to Radio City Music Hall soon.

1. NFL Network's Jason La Canfora's sources is convinced Haynesworth's trade will happen today. And despite Titans coach Jeff Fisher's protestations, he says the most likely destination is Tennessee for a second round pick.

2. The Saints aren't interested. Both the New Orleans Times-Picayune's Jeff Duncan and Jay Glazer of FOX say they Saints don't want him. He even used capital letters to say so:

"They have ZERO interest in Albert. ZERO!!!"

3. Both Haynesworth and the Redskins want a divorce. That doesn't help leverage, so it behooves both sides to float rumors of interest, even if the interest is mild. When both sides want a divorce, the trade usually happens.
PFT + JLC = Fail. This story couldn't be more wrong. We are not trading him. End of story. I'm now going to refer to them as the true liberal media, because while it's nice to hear rumors and the like during the offseason it gets annoying when they're dead wrong. The liberal part comes into play because they're are very Laissez-faire with what they'll use to write a story.
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PFT + JLC = Fail. This story couldn't be more wrong. We are not trading him. End of story. I'm now going to refer to them as the true liberal media, because while it's nice to hear rumors and the like during the offseason it gets annoying when they're dead wrong. The liberal part comes into play because they're are very Laissez-faire with what they'll use to write a story.
Wouldn't that be conservative since they are using very little information, as they try to wish something to be true and claim their theories are actually facts.
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Wouldn't that be conservative since they are using very little information, as they try to wish something to be true and claim their theories are actually facts.
Laissez-faire capitalism used to be "liberal" in its heyday. It's essentially dead now, as everything has at least some government pawprints on it now.

And "conservatives" make some good points, but are more brazen with their knuckleheadness than their donkey counterparts, and the latter is only slightly better off, as they are prone to snobbery.
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PFT + JLC = Fail. This story couldn't be more wrong. We are not trading him. End of story. I'm now going to refer to them as the true liberal media, because while it's nice to hear rumors and the like during the offseason it gets annoying when they're dead wrong. The liberal part comes into play because they're are very Laissez-faire with what they'll use to write a story.
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Re: AH trade II La Canfora insists AH is indeed on the trading block.

Out of all the great moves this FO has done, they really screwed up this situation with Haynesworth. My hope is that they get more than one draft pick in compensation, yet still these draft picks won't have the talent that AH .

If Shanahan "didn't like" AH, then they should have been straight up with him and put him on the block. Instead, we've had this whole circus fueled by Florio, JLC, and the morons at ESPN980. I don't think AH is completely innocent in this one, but to me he made sense by saying that the best way to use him would be at DE in our new 3-4.

While it will be nice to get the picks, I feel that we will be making another team better by giving them AH.
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