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Thread: If Ricky plays like Ricky of 2002, what is the MOST we could get for him in a trade?

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    If Ricky plays like Ricky of 2002, what is the MOST we could get for him in a trade?

    Considering he probably wont play more than 3 years..

    A 2nd round pick?
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    why dont we wait and see
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    If he's only going to play a few years, I'd keep him. Ronnie could learn a lot from the 2002 version of Ricky.
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    If Ricky plays like he did in 02 and some team out there is desperate for a seasoned RB, we could possibly rip off another team like NO did to us.

    And so do people who don't vote for me in FH March Madness http://www.dolphinsnation.com/forums...d.php?t=215893
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkapePhin
    Considering he probably wont play more than 3 years..

    A 2nd round pick?
    Whatever we might get for him will be conditional almost guarenteed. So we would need to trade him somewhere he'd be the featured back and hope for the best.
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    We would domonate
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    Quote Originally Posted by FinFan90
    We would domonate
    Totally agree, we would a contender again and hell no we wouldn't trade him!
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    With Ronnie and Ricky back there we would have a Super Bowl ring!
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    Why trade him? Ronnie is not the runner that Ricky is. Not even close. Ronnie is more versitile, and is a better reciever- but he does not have the explosion that Ricky does.

    Also, running backs dont get squat in trades. Look at Edge and Alexander- nobody was willing to give up anything for them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jnaledu3
    Why trade him? Ronnie is not the runner that Ricky is. Not even close. Ronnie is more versitile, and is a better reciever- but he does not have the explosion that Ricky does.
    We'll see. I think if going into the season without anything to base it on beyond his college career, "burst" is not a concern; it would be "awareness" or "vision". RopeWeed had it all, no question, but if you attempted to identify a potential shortcoming of Ronnie Brown, you missed the mark.
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    1) Portis' tackle-breaking run
    2) Anderson's tackle-breaking run
    3) Anderson's (3-yard) TD
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