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BPhilb
05-24-2007, 01:23 PM
http://www.profootballtalk.com/rumormill.htm

It's pro football talk which I know isn't all that credible, but the possibililty doesn't seem that far fetched. If anything if someone else gets involved in might force Miami to make a move. I'm just wanting to get this deal over with so we can move on.

georgiafan
05-24-2007, 01:26 PM
I saw this yesterday no way I see this happening from a falcons stand point.

Ho0k Em'
05-24-2007, 02:06 PM
I could see this happening just as a insurance policy.

georgiafan
05-24-2007, 02:28 PM
We signed Joey Harrington to a 2 year deal, so if we traded for Trent Green that would mean Joey would be inactive and waste of money.

Splat
05-24-2007, 03:25 PM
Never going to happen.

VY10
05-24-2007, 07:24 PM
Just trade him to Miami already. I feel bad for him.

Splat
05-25-2007, 09:04 AM
Just trade him to Miami already. I feel bad for him.

So do a lot of Chiefs fans and his team mates but our GM doesn't give a dam and never will I can't wait for him to be gone he is not only hurting players on the team but why would FA want to come here after how Green is getting treated?

Hermstheman83
05-25-2007, 11:12 AM
Green is worth more than a 6th round pick. I think Miami is more at fault here for not giving us a fair value for a quality QB like Green. Im' proud of King Carl right now, he's not buckling under the intense (and unfair) media scrutiny.

Hermstheman83
05-25-2007, 11:13 AM
We signed Joey Harrington to a 2 year deal, so if we traded for Trent Green that would mean Joey would be inactive and waste of money.

The fact alone you signed joey Harrington is sad :D

Splat
05-25-2007, 11:26 AM
Green is worth more than a 6th round pick. I think Miami is more at fault here for not giving us a fair value for a quality QB like Green. Im' proud of King Carl right now, he's not buckling under the intense (and unfair) media scrutiny.

I would agree he is worth more then a 6th but King Carl was asking for a second round pick for a 37 year old QB that is coming off a very bad year how can you be proud of him? We all know Trent Green is not going to be the starter next year he has been a class act since day one for us for him to be treated like this is not only unfair but just wrong. He can't even get King Carl to call him back Carl is sending a bad message not only to the team but players around the league.

BPhilb
05-25-2007, 01:01 PM
I would agree he is worth more then a 6th but King Carl was asking for a second round pick for a 37 year old QB that is coming off a very bad year how can you be proud of him? We all know Trent Green is not going to be the starter next year he has been a class act since day one for us for him to be treated like this is not only unfair but just wrong. He can't even get King Carl to call him back Carl is sending a bad message not only to the team but players around the league.


He knew he would never get a 2nd for Green. I believe he's wanted a 4th all along and used the 2nd round as a middle ground with Miami's offer of a 6th. I too think Peterson is doing the right thing here and Green has brought a lot of this on himself by going public with his complaints and outwardly saying he wasn't going to any team but Miami. I only want this situation over with so that the team can move on with camp and not waste reps on a QB that won't be playing for us.

Hermstheman83
05-25-2007, 01:10 PM
Kc's now asking for a fourth round pick, with any negotiations you should start really high and then slowly come to an agreement. a fourth round pick, I think is perfect compensation for Trent Green. A non-cancerous, still able to play, upright guy. You gotta keep in mind man, that this is a business, and you gotta take emotion out of the the buisness aspect. I agree that generally speaking Trent is a classy dude, but why is he bringing this out to the media? That doesn't exactly sound like a "Trent Green" move. Sounds to me like a TO move myself. This sound really bad to say, but Trents' ability as a Quarterback is a commodity in this league. And in any market, you want to get a fair value for your commodities, or your going to go belly up. Trent Green should have be a classy guy through this, but he's has no right to go in the media and say "Trade me, this is an unfair competition"
Once again, I think it's hard(for anyone)to stand up in front of a crowd and vehemently disagree with them like CP is doing in this situation.. It takes guts to do that. I mean, everyone admires guys' like that. I mean, aren't our superhero's or historical figures based off this notion, of going against the "grain" and succeeding.

Hermstheman83
05-25-2007, 01:11 PM
Also, for being a "washed" up QB, if and when he gets traded to Miami, he's going to be one of my sleeper picks in the fantasy league. The guy can still play.

Splat
05-25-2007, 02:56 PM
Carl told Green something would happen no later then the draft well the draft has come and gone and nothing went down. I mean now we got a QB taking reps from the two other guys that are going to be on this team it is point less. We are not going to keep Green no way we pay seven million for a back up QB it is either get a late draft pick for him or cut him and get nothing. I know the Chiefs said they could keep him but there is no way they do that now IMO I would be shocked.

Hermstheman83
05-25-2007, 10:47 PM
I think sooner or later, Green will get traded to Miami. Taking reps away is exactly what he's doing, but he's also helping Brodie out when he takes his snaps(if he's as team-orientated as he says). Also, I heard(maybe I'm wrong) but CP lowered the asking price for Green during the draft and the Dolphins' refused(probably after Moss was traded for a fourth). Now, to me, it seems like in that situation, Miami is in the wrong. Miami should know that CP isn't a push-over numbnuts. He knows they need a Quarterback, and Green would be awesome there. However, That was wrong of him to say that he would be traded by a certain date. There's no way we cut Green.