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Old 02-22-2007, 07:19 PM    (permalink
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Do you guys think the Packers will resign Ahman before Free Agency starts???
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Let's prepare our big boards, and then compare them tomorrow morning so we can get our draft prep.
I don't know if you heard, but we don't seem to be doing the LJ trade. We are looking at Tatum Bell though. Do you have AIM?
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Let's prepare our big boards, and then compare them tomorrow morning so we can get our draft prep.
I don't know if you heard, but we don't seem to be doing the LJ trade. We are looking at Tatum Bell though. Do you have AIM?
I've been following the draft the whole time, I knew that trade wouldn't go through because it lacked realism, so I didn't feel the need to comment on it.
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Let's prepare our big boards, and then compare them tomorrow morning so we can get our draft prep.
I don't know if you heard, but we don't seem to be doing the LJ trade. We are looking at Tatum Bell though. Do you have AIM?
I've been following the draft the whole time, I knew that trade wouldn't go through because it lacked realism, so I didn't feel the need to comment on it.
It wasn't that, we could make it happen, but we talked it over and thought it would be better to go after Bell. So is that a no to AIM? I feel like you are kind of being left out because of it.
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DRAFT BIG BOARD

Round 1
1. Amobi Okoye
2. LaRon Landry
3. Dwayne Jarrett
4. Lawrence Timmons
5. Adam Carriker
6. Leon Hall
7. Reggie Nelson
8. Marshawn Lynch

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1. Greg Olsen
2. Zach Miller
3. Eric Weddle
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The Tatum Bell trade is agreed on pending Ward's approval. We get Bell for our 4th and Dendy.
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Obviously I would prefer to trade down.

Round 1
1a. Amobi Okoye
1b. LaRon Landry
3. Marshawn Lynch
4. Dwayne Jarret
5. Leon Hall
6. Reggie Nelson


Round 2
1. Greg Olsen
2. Brandon Merriweather
3. Zach Miller
4. Eric Weddle

My ideal draft would be to trade our 1st for either the pats 2 firsts, or someones first and early second. Then pick up DeMarcus Tyler and Michael Griffin.
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What exactly are our viable trade down scenarios? Do we have a tentative agreement with the Jets or Pats?
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Obviously I would prefer to trade down.

Round 1
1a. Amobi Okoye
1b. LaRon Landry
3. Marshawn Lynch
4. Dwayne Jarret
5. Leon Hall
6. Reggie Nelson


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1. Greg Olsen
2. Brandon Merriweather
3. Zach Miller
4. Eric Weddle

My ideal draft would be to trade our 1st for either the pats 2 firsts, or someones first and early second. Then pick up DeMarcus Tyler and Michael Griffin.
You will not be able to trade our mid first round pick for two first rounders. I also doubt that you would be able to get a first and an early second. I think a first and a late second or early third is more realistic.
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Alright guys, take this for what you will, but I just found out something very interesting about Adalius Thomas:

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Bus Cook, the same agent of Brett Favre. Let's hope that helps.
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Both are Southern Miss guys too
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Asked about Thomas' chances of returning to the Ravens, his agent, Bus Cook, said, "I wouldn't think they're very good."
Bus Cook, the same agent of Brett Favre. Let's hope that helps.
Yeah having Southern Miss ties and the same agent :D
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Obviously I would prefer to trade down.

Round 1
1a. Amobi Okoye
1b. LaRon Landry
3. Marshawn Lynch
4. Dwayne Jarret
5. Leon Hall
6. Reggie Nelson


Round 2
1. Greg Olsen
2. Brandon Merriweather
3. Zach Miller
4. Eric Weddle

My ideal draft would be to trade our 1st for either the pats 2 firsts, or someones first and early second. Then pick up DeMarcus Tyler and Michael Griffin.
You will not be able to trade our mid first round pick for two first rounders. I also doubt that you would be able to get a first and an early second. I think a first and a late second or early third is more realistic.
We would obviously have to throw some more in. But in terms of the draft value chart, a late first and early second would only be 150 points apart or so. If we could make that up with a player it would be possible. To get the Pats 2 first rounders would be a little tougher, it would probably have to be something like our 1st&2nd for their 2 1st and 3rd or 4th.

If the Chiefs really want Barry, we should try to trade him for a pick. We could probably get a 3rd rounder from them.
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Obviously I would prefer to trade down.

Round 1
1a. Amobi Okoye
1b. LaRon Landry
3. Marshawn Lynch
4. Dwayne Jarret
5. Leon Hall
6. Reggie Nelson


Round 2
1. Greg Olsen
2. Brandon Merriweather
3. Zach Miller
4. Eric Weddle

My ideal draft would be to trade our 1st for either the pats 2 firsts, or someones first and early second. Then pick up DeMarcus Tyler and Michael Griffin.
You will not be able to trade our mid first round pick for two first rounders. I also doubt that you would be able to get a first and an early second. I think a first and a late second or early third is more realistic.
We would obviously have to throw some more in. But in terms of the draft value chart, a late first and early second would only be 150 points apart or so. If we could make that up with a player it would be possible. To get the Pats 2 first rounders would be a little tougher, it would probably have to be something like our 1st&2nd for their 2 1st and 3rd or 4th.

If the Chiefs really want Barry, we should try to trade him for a pick. We could probably get a 3rd rounder from them.
That's true about Barry, good call
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What kind of salary is Thomas going to command??
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What kind of salary is Thomas going to command??
I'm thinking it'll probably be about 7-8 mil a year based on what's out there; he'll get his money
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Reports say that the 49ers are interested in AT along with another team which I can't remember. I think AT would rather play with the Packers because this team is on the rise, not that the 49ers aren't, but the packers have more pieces in place to make a run.

The NFC north is in shambles, the Bears seem to be regressing instead of getting better. Lovie could very well walk after next year and if they don't give him an extension this off-season he will command way to much money next year. The Vikings could turn it around but they have no QB and their best coaches have left and the Lions are just plain awful.

The Pack will win the division next year and could probably win a game or 2 in the playoffs depending on who is in. With some smart additions and another good draft, the Packers could be very good for awhile.

On another note, If very interested to see when brett does retire (and he can take his time) If Aaron Rodgers will be the QB of the future. After this season he will have 2 years left on his contract, will he be willing to re-sign? Just something to think about after next season.
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Reports say that the 49ers are interested in AT along with another team which I can't remember. I think AT would rather play with the Packers because this team is on the rise, not that the 49ers aren't, but the packers have more pieces in place to make a run.

The NFC north is in shambles, the Bears seem to be regressing instead of getting better. Lovie could very well walk after next year and if they don't give him an extension this off-season he will command way to much money next year. The Vikings could turn it around but they have no QB and their best coaches have left and the Lions are just plain awful.

The Pack will win the division next year and could probably win a game or 2 in the playoffs depending on who is in. With some smart additions and another good draft, the Packers could be very good for awhile.

On another note, If very interested to see when brett does retire (and he can take his time) If Aaron Rodgers will be the QB of the future. After this season he will have 2 years left on his contract, will he be willing to re-sign? Just something to think about after next season.

but what i am hearing is to this this
AT wants MONEY & 3-4
and here they are really big on at because to Duo him with Lawson

but will pick money over anything and everything

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Woodson money is how much we wonts to get paid
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Reports say that the 49ers are interested in AT along with another team which I can't remember. I think AT would rather play with the Packers because this team is on the rise, not that the 49ers aren't, but the packers have more pieces in place to make a run.

The NFC north is in shambles, the Bears seem to be regressing instead of getting better. Lovie could very well walk after next year and if they don't give him an extension this off-season he will command way to much money next year. The Vikings could turn it around but they have no QB and their best coaches have left and the Lions are just plain awful.

The Pack will win the division next year and could probably win a game or 2 in the playoffs depending on who is in. With some smart additions and another good draft, the Packers could be very good for awhile.

On another note, If very interested to see when brett does retire (and he can take his time) If Aaron Rodgers will be the QB of the future. After this season he will have 2 years left on his contract, will he be willing to re-sign? Just something to think about after next season.

but what i am hearing is to this this
AT wants MONEY & 3-4
and here they are really big on at because to Duo him with Lawson

but will pick money over anything and everything

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I'm thinking it'll probably be about 7-8 mil a year based on what's out there; he'll get his money
Woodson money is how much we wonts to get paid
That seems like a ton of money to sign him and then re-sign Barnett.
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Reports say that the 49ers are interested in AT along with another team which I can't remember. I think AT would rather play with the Packers because this team is on the rise, not that the 49ers aren't, but the packers have more pieces in place to make a run.

The NFC north is in shambles, the Bears seem to be regressing instead of getting better. Lovie could very well walk after next year and if they don't give him an extension this off-season he will command way to much money next year. The Vikings could turn it around but they have no QB and their best coaches have left and the Lions are just plain awful.

The Pack will win the division next year and could probably win a game or 2 in the playoffs depending on who is in. With some smart additions and another good draft, the Packers could be very good for awhile.

On another note, If very interested to see when brett does retire (and he can take his time) If Aaron Rodgers will be the QB of the future. After this season he will have 2 years left on his contract, will he be willing to re-sign? Just something to think about after next season.

but what i am hearing is to this this
AT wants MONEY & 3-4
and here they are really big on at because to Duo him with Lawson

but will pick money over anything and everything

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I'm thinking it'll probably be about 7-8 mil a year based on what's out there; he'll get his money
Woodson money is how much we wonts to get paid
That seems like a ton of money to sign him and then re-sign Barnett.
We will certainly see if we can sign him but it's not a top priority b/c you can always use that money to solidify other positions
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Bus Cook, the same agent of Brett Favre. Let's hope that helps.
You got a link for this at all? I'd be curious to see where it came from.
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The Packers have talked to Clark Harris, Grer Olsen, Zach Miller and another "undisclosed" player yesterday, and came away impressed with all of them.

The Cullen Jenkins talk went well yesterday. Both sides agreed that a 3 or 4 year deal would be best for both parties, now it is "just" working on the money. They will meet again today to see if anything can get done.

I was told Adalius Thomas wants a $12 million dollar signing bonus, something that the Packers, 49ers and Browns can do. Look for him to be signed quickly by one of those 3 teams.

The Packers may take a look at Ryan Sims (the former Chief 1st round pick that has been a bust so far). He has been hurt and could be had for a cheap price (for a season).
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From Joe Arrigo..

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The Packers have talked to Clark Harris, Grer Olsen, Zach Miller and another "undisclosed" player yesterday, and came away impressed with all of them.

The Cullen Jenkins talk went well yesterday. Both sides agreed that a 3 or 4 year deal would be best for both parties, now it is "just" working on the money. They will meet again today to see if anything can get done.

I was told Adalius Thomas wants a $12 million dollar signing bonus, something that the Packers, 49ers and Browns can do. Look for him to be signed quickly by one of those 3 teams.

The Packers may take a look at Ryan Sims (the former Chief 1st round pick that has been a bust so far). He has been hurt and could be had for a cheap price (for a season).
All good ideas for the Packers :D
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The Packers have talked to Clark Harris, Grer Olsen, Zach Miller and another "undisclosed" player yesterday, and came away impressed with all of them.

The Cullen Jenkins talk went well yesterday. Both sides agreed that a 3 or 4 year deal would be best for both parties, now it is "just" working on the money. They will meet again today to see if anything can get done.

I was told Adalius Thomas wants a $12 million dollar signing bonus, something that the Packers, 49ers and Browns can do. Look for him to be signed quickly by one of those 3 teams.

The Packers may take a look at Ryan Sims (the former Chief 1st round pick that has been a bust so far). He has been hurt and could be had for a cheap price (for a season).
All good ideas for the Packers :D
no kidding. I am excited TT is about to seal up the Jenkins deal from the sounds of it.
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