no thanks he is injury prone
2nd round pick
3rd round pick
4th or lower round pick
RB aside of Reggie
None, he's unworthy of a trade
no thanks he is injury prone
overrated??? i wouldn't refer to him as that. the guy is only 25 yrs old, and up until this year was steadily progressing (minus an injury plagued 2010), finishing last season with 55 catches for 767 yds, and most importantly EIGHT TDS! overrated??? give me a break... That's like saying Reggie Bush is overrated (no doubt he was at one point, but given the opportunity and correct system he proved the NFL wrong). Do away with the Charles Clay experiment, say good bye to Fasano, sign Finley and draft a TE in the early rnds of the draft. BOOM! Add a high profile WR to Hartline and Bess and we have a nice vertical passing game.
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give em a 4th and clay....im gtg or a conditional and egnew.
Not worth the headaches...definitely not a guy Philbin would put up with. We can do better.
-Dan MarinoI just try to be myself, whatever that is. I don't think about how I'll be remembered. I just want to be consistent over a long period of time. That's what the great players do.
um philbin was his coach before... I'd say do it if its a 4th rounder. thats a no brainer.
No hands. and injured every other week. this guy was all potential and just hasn't been able to put it all together.
I'm going with Jared Cook every day of the week if I'm targeting a tight end through FA, that kid can play, and is getting better very very quickly. I would be very surprised if the Titans don't find a way to resign him, but if not.... i'm all over it
Ok, I've heard options supporting and refusing a trade for Jermichael.
I understand he's not playing at his best level, but Philbin and Sherman are capable of getting the best from him, he's a WCO talent, as he knows to run his routes and can block with relative easiness.
So I don't see any reason not to offer a 3rd rounder for him. IDK but Jeff Ireland could get him offering 4th & 6th picks.
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If I thought I could get J. Cook for a good price, I'd prefer to go that route, but I agree with the posters who said 4th. He still has a ton of upside.
This, though, is another situation where I'll happily defer to Philbin. My stance during the M. Flynn thing was pretty simple. If Philbin thinks he's a franchise QB, we'll get him. If he doesn't, we won't. If Philbin thinks Finley has the character and ability to correct his problems, I wouldn't be surprised to see Miami make a play for him. If we don't make a play for him, it's not necessarily because he's a lost cause (again, maybe we're looking at Cook or content developing Egnew or are interested in drafting another TE), but if I were another team wanting to inquire about Finley, I'd pay attention to Miami's interest in him.
Build through the draft or if we really need to free agency.