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    I say bring in TO and Moss so that Peyton has 3 big targets to throw to...



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    If we go after any big name free agents receivers I would go for Mike Wallace. The Steelers are in tough spot cap wise. They will either franchise him or try to sign to a long term deal. But with little cap space he is vulnerable to being poached by a team with more cap space. A large signing bonus could make a deal that the Steelers couldn't match. And it would weaken the Steelers team that always is ahead of us in the race for those few playoff spots.

    Now that would be a receiving trio with marshal, Wallace and Bess. That would be sick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fins1971 View Post
    If we go after any big name free agents receivers I would go for Mike Wallace. The Steelers are in tough spot cap wise. They will either franchise him or try to sign to a long term deal. But with little cap space he is vulnerable to being poached by a team with more cap space. A large signing bonus could make a deal that the Steelers couldn't match. And it would weaken the Steelers team that always is ahead of us in the race for those few playoff spots.

    Now that would be a receiving trio with marshal, Wallace and Bess. That would be sick.
    How much would Wallace cost though? I think he's an awesome WR, but could the Dolphins afford him?
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    It would be reminiscent of Chris Carter on 02.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dmarino110 View Post
    I say bring in TO and Moss so that Peyton has 3 big targets to throw to...
    Why not give Favre a call to throw to them? Every play could be a hail mary down the field for Marshall, Moss, or TO to haul in!
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    Marshall and Owens would never be able to co-exist on the same team.
    They would be constantly fighting over diva issues.
    " Thats my hair brush" etc etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisHanson View Post
    How much would Wallace cost though? I think he's an awesome WR, but could the Dolphins afford him?
    Since his franchise number is around $9M I would suspect he is looking for a 5 year 35-40M contact. Whether the Steelers can move around enough money to make room for it is the question. Even if they do a team with more cap space is able to offer a larger signing bonus and blow away the Steelers offer with more gauranteed money.

    It really depends on what happens in the QB situation as to whether we could afford him. If we go after Flynn or Manning and get either one then we probably don't have the money. But what if we loose out on both and are stuck with Moore for one more year. Then you have the money to go get him. The 8th or 9th pick isn't going to get RGIII. So give it away for a proven star that make Moores chances of succeeding much better. Then take a another QB in the second or third round.
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    How about we worry about getting a QB and a Few guys to protect him first!!! T.O. and Moss were locker room risks when they were Elite!!! Why would we bring them in now??? Washed up headaches are the last thing we need. Marshall is a pain sometimes but at least he's in his prime!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisHanson View Post
    Yeah, I've never really been a proponent for T.O., but maybe it took him getting shunned from the NFL to wake him up?
    T.O. has been a cancer everywhere he's been. If bouncing around the NFL didn't wake him up...nothing will. You can't fix stupid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisHanson View Post
    Now, before I get cruxified, hear me out.

    T.O.

    *ducks*


    Yes, that T.O. Sign him. Why? Well, he's cheap, he's motivated, and he's a (still) very good WR. He's obviously in shape. I know...I know. Team Chemistry and all of that. But, if the Dolphins land a QB that they need to further develop, or even if they decide to (attempt to) develop Moore, what better way to do that than to give him not one, but two, giant threats as WR? Big, easy targets that don't just get open, they create openess. Yes, thye both drop the ball, but they both make incredible catches. Having them on the field makes any other possible receiver better too.

    Now, I realize it's a risk. I realize teams didn't beat down TO's door last season, but why not? Why not sign him to an incentive laden contract? If he meets those incentives we ALL win. If he doesn't, no harm, no foul. He's gone and forgotten. I doubt he wouldn't take just about any offer right now. We've heard about his money problems. He needs it. And he'll know that if he plays hard he'll get it.

    Chris, please don't take this personally, but this is the worst idea I've ever heard of. You can't bring in a past his prime, jackwagon, cancer like TO.
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