Re: FW: Check out Washington Times Blogs - The Washington Times, America's Newspaper
- Sounds like we could get 2 firsts out of this (I assume this year
and next). I would think we would take that #6 and trade down, since
we have a history of not paying top ten money. Probably stil be in
the top 20. I don't know about Shawn Springs though. He's 32, and I
believe had some injury issues last year. But, if they want to thow
him in with their #6 and a late rounder... ;o) Leave it to Dan
I'd like to see this deal happen. It sounds like there's a lot of
distance between Asante's demands and the Patriots' offer.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "George" <patswingr@...> wrote:
> ***** Here's another twist on the Washington trade idea.
> 5413r&TopicsID=skins> Washington Times Blogs - The Washington
> America's Newspaper
> ***** I wouldn't do it for Springs and a "mid round" pick. I'd
> take Springs and a R2 pick, replacing the pick we gave to Miami
> We could then possibly package the R2 (or R3) pick with one of our
> and move up to get a top ILB or Safety. Use the remaining R1 pick
> other of those two positions. I'd be a very happy camper with that
> (And I'd love seeing Samuel give his family a better life in
> Dogs have masters ... Cats have staff!