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Old 01-02-2013, 12:12 PM   #1
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Ray Lewis reportedly told his teammates this morning that he's retiring at season's end
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Old 01-02-2013, 12:22 PM   #2
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Ray Lewis reportedly told his teammates this morning that he's retiring at season's end
Now whose gonna jump on the pile after the tackle has been made?
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Old 01-02-2013, 12:22 PM   #3
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Run DMC may be on the trade block. I really don't see Oakland getting much from any team.

ProFootballWeekly.com - Raiders could shop McFadden
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Run DMC may be on the trade block. I really don't see Oakland getting much from any team.

ProFootballWeekly.com - Raiders could shop McFadden
You never know, I mean the Bengals did get a first rounder for Ponder even though he was retired. And yes I am aware it was the Raiders that gave up that much. Just sayin' though, I wouldn't be surprised if some team thought they needed a back that badly that they'd give up good picks for him.
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You never know, I mean the Bengals did get a first rounder for Ponder even though he was retired. And yes I am aware it was the Raiders that gave up that much. Just sayin' though, I wouldn't be surprised if some team thought they needed a back that badly that they'd give up good picks for him.
I think you mean Palmer
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You never know, I mean the Bengals did get a first rounder for Palmer even though he was retired. And yes I am aware it was the Raiders that gave up that much. Just sayin' though, I wouldn't be surprised if some team thought they needed a back that badly that they'd give up good picks for him.
I think the issue is McFadden's health, the guy can't stay healthy. I just don't see a team giving up a lot for him. Maybe a mid/late round pick. Although, if I am the Packers, I'd take him for that price.
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McFadden also is an injury prone running back, which is what a lot of teams do not want. Plus running backs are not that high in demand because there are a couple of good ones in almost every draft, Morris, Martin, even Ballard from Indy, there are just so many serviceable running backs that trading for one really does not seem to make sense.
Ray Lewis's play has been lackluster in recent years, always has a few good games but has obviously lost a step. Still one of the greatest leaders, linebackers, and studiers of the game. Obvious Hall of famer.
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Nobody trades high picks for RBs anymore. Especially ones that can't stay healthy.
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Predictions for the weekend? I still haven't decided myself

Leaning Bengals, Ravens, Vikings
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I know Shanny is Shanny, but Morris was a 6th round pick. There are good RB's out there without trading for a frequently injured player
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Predictions for the weekend? I still haven't decided myself

Leaning Bengals, Ravens, Vikings
Agreed, only disagreement may be Vikings but the Packers held Adrian Peterson to a matchup low of 199 yards last time they played so at least they improved. But Aaron is still a top 3 QB so that is the game I am the least sure about.
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Predictions for the weekend? I still haven't decided myself

Leaning Bengals, Ravens, Vikings
Bengal, Ravens, and Packers.

I am hoping that the Packers win, as I much rather play against Atlanta (after getting the W against the Seahawks of course) than San Francisco.
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Well, this is interesting....

Jim Haslett could draw interest for NFL head coach opening
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Predictions for the weekend? I still haven't decided myself

Leaning Bengals, Ravens, Vikings
Texans, Ravens, Packers, SKINS
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Didn't someone else post this yesterday?

Anyhow, my guess is Haslett is on some team's long list
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