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Thread: Report: Browns unwilling to deal #22 to Rams

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    Report: Browns unwilling to deal #22 to Rams

    http://www.cleveland.com/browns/inde...medium=twitter

    And says we are'nt even going there. I think BS. The price is going down it seems.
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    no wonder the Rams are telling anyone that listens about their desire to trade out of the #2 slot
    if the Dolphins and Redskins get their QBs in free agency, the Browns would end up with RGIII without having to move up
    it's looking more and more like St Louis is stuck with their pick
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    Speaking of the Rams, we lucked out BIGTIME on missing Jeff Fisher. This Gregg Williams thing is blowing up out of control and it's going to be real interesting to see who goes down with him.
    "Society became divided into camps in which no man trusted his fellow. To put an end to this, there was neither promise to be depended upon, nor oath that could command respect; but all parties dwelling rather in their calculation upon the hopelessness of a permanent state of things, were more intent upon self-defence than capable of confidence." - Thucydides, probably predicting the rise of internet message boards
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    Fisher would be wise to accept a fair value if he is serious about trading. The more he tries to squeeze, the likely hood of trading diminishes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by registeredguy View Post
    Speaking of the Rams, we lucked out BIGTIME on missing Jeff Fisher. This Gregg Williams thing is blowing up out of control and it's going to be real interesting to see who goes down with him.
    We dodged a big bullet. Another sign that the curse has lifted.
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    Thats why I dont see how you need to give away entire draft. Just a first next year is starting point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by finfan54 View Post
    Thats why I dont see how you need to give away entire draft. Just a first next year is starting point.
    I think it will ultimately take two #1's and maybe a #2. If that's the price, I'd pay it for Robert Griffin III. Can you imagine what he could become in a Green Bay type offense which is very qb friendly? The other thing I like about bringing in Griffin III is that the Dolphins could spend free agent money elsewhere and potentially solve most of their needs heading into the season.
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    I think the Rams are way overvaluing the pick. I hope they get stuck with the pick. After the crap Fisher pulled with the fins, he deserves to have some negative karma come his way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SF Dolphin Fan View Post
    I think it will ultimately take two #1's and maybe a #2. If that's the price, I'd pay it for Robert Griffin III. Can you imagine what he could become in a Green Bay type offense which is very qb friendly? The other thing I like about bringing in Griffin III is that the Dolphins could spend free agent money elsewhere and potentially solve most of their needs heading into the season.
    for us it would take more for the drop down.

    From our prospective I see it like this:
    1) Peyton Manning
    2) Strike out on Manning, Flynn
    3) Strike out on Flynn and #2 for sale, there will be a big round table discussion and a possible phone call.

    From Rams perspective:
    1) Only want to drop down two spots and at least get Clevelands next years #1 due to no #22 this year with some mid round picks added.
    2) Washingtons #6 spot with next years #1 and more mid round pick(s) this year and next year possibly
    3) Our spot with #1's this year and next year and 2nd rounder this year and a third next year or something along those lines If things remain the same over the next month.

    Tannehill is driving the back end value down because coaches and scouts think they can coach him up to be next Aaron Rogers cept bigger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SF Dolphin Fan View Post
    I think it will ultimately take two #1's and maybe a #2. If that's the price, I'd pay it for Robert Griffin III. Can you imagine what he could become in a Green Bay type offense which is very qb friendly? The other thing I like about bringing in Griffin III is that the Dolphins could spend free agent money elsewhere and potentially solve most of their needs heading into the season.

    I think signing Peyton Manning is the best way to go, we would be competing for a super bowl in 2012. I am tired of waiting. But if we decide to go the way of the draft...
    I am starting to see it the same way. Normally I would never trade that kind of price for a player, but IMHO, RGIII is worth the gamble. If we can get him for no more than this, I think I would roll the dice.
    2012 - 1st(exchange) and 3rd
    2013 - 1st and 3rd
    Basically, we would pay a 1st, and 2 3rd round picks to move up 6 spots for RGIII.
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