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I'd rather trade McGahee to San Deigo for Malcom Floyd, not Antonio Cromartie, but I wouldn't mind Cro either. I know a lot of people are down on him right now, but with our coaches, maybe he turns his career around? who knows?
I would be very happy if we did this. I don't think that Willis brings all that much to the table that some other RB couldn't bring. I cringe when I see him dance in the backfield on the goal line.
Cro has been bad the past 2 seasons but he still has potential. I would take the risk on him if it was such a low cost like McGahee. If it was some significant cost like a 2nd or 3rd then I would say no way.
Originally posted by Scott Wright
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I'd much rather have Floyd as well, but adding Cromartie and trading McGahee would be amazing. Cromartie is a good football player.. In Baltimore's scheme he'd fit in perfectly, and I'd welcome him with open arms.. If we end up executing this trade, Frank Walker/Fabian Washington will likely get released.
(an instant upgrade, get it done ozzie!)
Highly doubt this will happen, Willis has had injury problems and SD spent a first rounder on Cro if it did happen they would have to give up a pick too.
LOL. We spent a first rounder on Clayton too, we'll throw him in to balance it out.
Seriously, Cromartie isn't going to get much. It doesn't matter what pick was spent on him, it only matters what kind of player he has turned out to be. For us, he's a taller Fabian Washington with hands. Worse in coverage too.
Actually it's 2 or 3, but I think that he isn't the type of RB that would thrive in San Diego. He isn't much of a threat out of the backfield, and they seem to have a decent power option in Hester (or Tolbert? not sure how they use those two).