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Source: Deal Done; Coles For Moss

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Old 03-05-2005, 02:27 PM   #16
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Re: Source: Deal Done; Coles For Moss

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We have enough U of Miami guys to settle him down. Plus I don't ever recall hearing that he was a selfish player.

I can promise you that Portis, Taylor and Moss will be spending a lot of time together. My friend thats still at Miami played basketball with Portis, Taylor and Edgerin James last week. They all still hang out and have a close relationship.

In terms of him being selfish, I dont recall him being a selfish player. I just hope he gives our offense the spark that it needs.
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Old 03-05-2005, 02:31 PM   #17
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Are you drawing up your new Avatar with #6 in there?
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Old 03-05-2005, 02:32 PM   #18
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lol...mabye...
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Old 03-05-2005, 02:35 PM   #19
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Re: Source: Deal Done; Coles For Moss

Well i think we lost out in the swap, but if neither player wants to return to their team then it makes sense.

Maybe the best way to look at it is we had Coles and Gardner, now we have Moss and Patten. We have lots more speed, and a guy who has 3 Superbowl rings, so overall i would say it is an upgrade. Im sure Patrick will be looking forward to showing off his arm with the new deep threats.
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Patrick better get out there on Monday with all of our receivers and just start throwing a ton of balls to them. Manning always talk about how important it is that he goes out and practices with his guys to learn how they run and stuff. We definitly need them to all learn to play together
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Old 03-05-2005, 02:39 PM   #21
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Personally I would hope we could get a 3rd rounder thrown in there. That would really aid us in any trade-up we might have to do in order to pick our WR.

Of course, if they balked at throwing in the pick, they could always just toss in that Jonathan Vilma guy, you know just cuz hes from Miami and we could gain our monopoly on Miami players.........
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Old 03-05-2005, 02:42 PM   #22
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what's with all the miami university talk. okay we have three guys from there. i heard somewhere that miami turns out the most pro football players of all the colleges. i wish we could get a draft pick in there somewhere. oh well.
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Old 03-05-2005, 02:44 PM   #23
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all the Miami talk is usually becuase of me, youll get used to it, heh.

Man, if they threw in Vilma.... That would definitly solve our middle linebacker problem thats for sure. Hell I would hvae given them our 9th pick in the draft to add vilma to the deal
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i don't think the jets would trade jonathan vilma after he earned defensive rookie of the year. he's too valuable. i wouldn't mind if we used a second or third round pick on a middle linebacker, just as long as michael barrow doesnt play. that guy was a bust. so was mark brunell. ugh.
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Patrick better get out there on Monday with all of our receivers and just start throwing a ton of balls to them. Manning always talk about how important it is that he goes out and practices with his guys to learn how they run and stuff. We definitly need them to all learn to play together
I think that what is most important here is that we now have our receivers in place before the mini camps and there will be an opportunity to establish chemistry. Patrick needs to step up and take the lead there.

Also, we could all see from last year that it takes the players a while to learn the pre-snap adjustments in a Gibbs offense. Time to "get to work" with some guys who should be willing and ready to do the work.
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yeah patrick ramsey should take a cue from peyton manning and work really hard with his receivers in his spare time so they can develop chemistry.
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Maybe now we can trade Brunell for a conditional 7th round pick. 7th if they keep him, we'll give the team that takes him a 7th if they don't.
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:headbange it's a good trade for the skins because it was either lose coles and get nothing, keep coles and have a hurt and unhappy wideout, or trade coles for another player. i'm glad we got another player and moss is a pretty good wr. we really have some guys to get down the field now and patten is a very consistant player, he doesn't drop passes like gardner did. now it would be nice if the skins could draft a big wr. we've got a sanders and a clark now we need a monk.
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i heard somewhere that the redskins can't trade mark brunell because of salary cap issues. damn him. what a bust.
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My understanding is that trading Brunell would be like trading Coles, it would equal his release fee, about 7 million dollars. If this is the case, we could trade him (or cut him for all I care) bite the bullet this year, draft a quartback late in the draft (7th round or so) and let "Timmy" be the backup to Ramsey. I love Timmy anyway, I would rather have him on the field than Brunell if Ramsey got hurt. And, this would save us millions next year.
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