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

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noodleman View Post
    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.
    Yea how dare he decide to coach elsewhere lol
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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.
    Absolutely. First a couple of up and coming GM prospects see through the tokenness of the job and take a pass rather than taking their cues from a mediocre HC who had 6 out of 17 winning seasons, used the excuse of a buttinski Owner, yet was too dumb to go elsewhere instead of renewing his contract, at least twice, maybe 3X before that owner kicked him to the curb. Then he hires babySchotty (nuff said on that one) and it turns out that his seemingly respectable DC hire might not be as good as he's looked without paying out cash bounties (has Belicheat won a SB since Spygate?), and may be subject to a lengthy suspension if not outright league ban.
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    drive that price down...
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    I hope the price goes down but in reality this pick will not come cheap Griffin is a rare qb prospect and somebody will move up for him. After Griffin there is no special qb prospect
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    If the price sinks low enough, I wouldn't discount the jest making a run at it with a deal that includes Revis and Sanchez as a backup for fragile Bradford.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaark View Post
    If the price sinks low enough, I wouldn't discount the jest making a run at it with a deal that includes Revis and Sanchez as a backup for fragile Bradford.
    so you seriously think they are going to trade probably the best corner in football and their qb in a trade up. I dont seriously see anything like that happening.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dlockz View Post
    Yea how dare he decide to coach elsewhere lol
    Its not about him coaching somewhere else. Its the way he went about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noodleman View Post
    Its not about him coaching somewhere else. Its the way he went about it.
    Howdid he go about it , he chose STL they gave him more power its really that simple. As a canidate you look at all jobs and take the one that fits you best, how did he use us I mean really. Our owner wanted him he tried to sign him and didnt, its not as big a deal as some want to make it. Hell we put all our canidates on hold for him so that was our idiocy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dlockz View Post
    I hope the price goes down but in reality this pick will not come cheap Griffin is a rare qb prospect and somebody will move up for him. After Griffin there is no special qb prospect
    For once, I agree with you..lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by dlockz View Post
    Howdid he go about it , he chose STL they gave him more power its really that simple. As a canidate you look at all jobs and take the one that fits you best, how did he use us I mean really. Our owner wanted him he tried to sign him and didnt, its not as big a deal as some want to make it. Hell we put all our canidates on hold for him so that was our idiocy.
    I have to agree again.
    This is serious business, not a video game. Fisher was damaged by his experience in Tennessee. He wanted to make sure everything was to his liking. Can't blame him. In the end, Ross would not give him veto power over Ireland.
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