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If Dorsey Fell Into Our lap ... Would You ... and Trade Seymour?

Discussion in 'Patriots Draft Talk' started by IcyPatriot, Feb 27, 2008.

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  1. DaBruinz

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    Not unless they changed the rules regarding trades in the last CBA. Previously, it all hit at once.
     
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    Right. Trades aren't processed the same way cuts are.
     
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    I think Dorsey is going to be a great player in this league. That would be the freshest defensive line in the NFL having 5 lineman of that calibur. Seymour,Wilfork,Warren,Green and Dorsey. They would be bringing extreme pressure late into the 2nd half by being subbed out all game. However DT is not a need and Seymour's contract is about untradeable imo. I could see us selecting him anyway and trading Dorsey to a suitor for their draft pick and a player. Say, Huff from the Raiders and their 2nd round pick.
     
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    Dorsey isnt a 3-4 nosetackle. Why cant anyone understand this.
     
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    Why would the Raiders do this? If they liked Dorsey they would have selected him with their 1st round pick which is ahead of ours.

    Why are we giving up our #7 overall pick for a safety again? Unless Huff is the next coming of Rod Woodson, this makes no sense from our end either.
     
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    Bingo - when healthy, the guy is the best in the business.

    He should be 100% going into '08. He is signed through '09 and I think he counts for only about 7MM on the cap this year.

    Why on earth would they trade him and try to get production out of a rookie??

    I am so glad we have guys with brains running our organization.
     
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    Some of the posts before we resigned Moss were thinking otherwise.:confused:
     
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