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  • #31
    CJ was just on the Mike Tirico show and said that he wants to get to the playoffs and win. That is his #1 motivation.



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    • #32
      All this complaining by him is starting to bother me... Especially hitting all the radio shows, kinda gives a, "look at me" impression.

      Still, I think this will blow over and he'll be on the team next year, contract dispute is the only thing that sends him packing IMO.

      And if Chad really thinks he's better suited with Miami he needs to get his head checked, Brian Russell must've got ahold of him better than I thought.
      Last edited by PalmerToCJ; 01-30-2008, 02:38 PM.

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      • #33
        What if Miami swapped first rounders with Cincy and acquired Chad Johnson? Remember Corey Dillion got disgruntled they let him go for peanuts. He was what most of us felt a very productive player who was a superstar. I wouldnt write this one off yet

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        • #34
          The Bengals, under no condition, will take on the #1 overall pick. We can't take the cap hit to trade CJ and then sign a big money guy with the first overall.

          We got a 2nd rounder for Dillon when he was coming off an injury and at 29 wasn't exactly on the upswing of his career.

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          • #35
            Well even if he was up for sale, I dont think its up to CJ where he lands, because alot of teams would give up a mid 1st for CJ, not a late 1st or high 2nd...I dont think he is going to pick where he wants to go no matter how much lobbying he does





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            • #36
              I think a mid-1st is ideal, not really sure who's interested at this point.

              Based purely off draft position and needs I would think Tampa is the most likely trade partner, have no idea on their interest in CJ.

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              • #37
                I actually think the Redskins are the most likely target. They aren't afraid to make a big splash, they need a big time target opposite Santana Moss and to complement Cooley, and they love to market their players. On top of that, the team has shown a willingness to deal draft picks for veteran players.



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                • #38
                  I thought about them too but with the contracts of Moss/Randle El (Belive me, I have no idea why I'm questioning the 'Skins wanting to trade picks/tack on salary) I didn't think they would be incredibly interested.

                  One of those late teen/early twenty picks would be sweet.

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                  • #39
                    looks like I just ate my words. But really this is the first time ive ever thought chad has really crossed.

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by PalmerToCJ View Post
                      I think a mid-1st is ideal, not really sure who's interested at this point.

                      Based purely off draft position and needs I would think Tampa is the most likely trade partner, have no idea on their interest in CJ.
                      Based on what happened between Gruden and Keyshawn I don't think Gruden would be very interested in another very loud WR.
                      "We're only going to score 17 points?" Brady said before chuckling about it. "OK. Is Plax playing defense? I wish he had said 45-42 and gave us a little credit for scoring more points."

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by bsaza2358 View Post
                        Anyone CAN be traded for. I can't dispute the fact that there have been media reports. I'm just saying that many people are underrating CJ's impact on the Bengals' offense. Period.
                        Not Favre. If he was ever traded, Wisconsin would make the Rodney King Riots look like a peaceful protest.
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