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9 minutes ago, GreenFish said:

That ship has sailed. We offered 10 and a late round pick swap. Plenty fair. SF got greedy.

no, I dont think so....in fact its been reported that they asked for the 10 and we told them to kick rocks. 

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32 minutes ago, Sonny Werblin said:

If he is still on the block, the Ravens should be making a hard push. They have Bateman and a whole lot of nobodies at WR currently.

Or Green Bay. Sense that both of those teams are looking at QBs with few weapons right now. Pakcers especially with a 38 year old Rodgers. 

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18 minutes ago, playtowinthegame said:

John Lynch is the clown, not Deebo.

Lynch is a legendary Jets hater from when he turned down the trade to his old friend and teammate Herm Edwards' Jets team that he was the head coach of

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I think a major factor is the money

 

 @bla bla bla and @GREENBEAN were talking about this last night - Teams are starting to say - why pay a WR 25+ million per year when good WRs are available in the draft every year for a fraction of the cost? Confident GMs are going to gamble on their ability to find suitable WRs in the draft. 

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49 minutes ago, slimjasi said:

I think a major factor is the money

 

 @bla bla bla and @GREENBEAN were talking about this last night - Teams are starting to say - why pay a WR 25+ million per year when good WRs are available in the draft every year for a fraction of the cost? Confident GMs are going to gamble on their ability to find suitable WRs in the draft. 

And there it is my friend.  Receivers are a dime a dozen nowadays and you will see a major overcorrection in their salaries.

Joe D got in ahead of the curve on this.  Brilliant!!!!!!!!!!

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I think I read one of the factors for him wanting to leave is getting out of the SF offensive system that uses him as a RB/Wr. He rightly believes he can’t physically survive in this kind of an offense. He wants to be a Wr only. 

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2 hours ago, Joe W. Namath said:

Deebo.  What a joke.  Total clown who has no business in the amazing culture this franchise is building.

I agree, Joe W.

 

Never wanted him in the first place.

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Forget Deebo, he's San Fran's problem.

They had a chance to trade him, to us, for a good return but they passed on that and we have moved on.

Let them worry about finding a way to keep him happy.

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2 hours ago, Joe W. Namath said:

Deebo.  What a joke.  Total clown who has no business in the amazing culture this franchise is building.

I am with you. What Joe did yesterday was exactly what this team needed.  Can still add one more quality starter tonight as well.  Trading for an overrated WR with one year of production was never the answer. 

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