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Young Still Thinks He Might End Up In Houston

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  1. FreeTedWilliams

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    From the NFLPA website:

    http://www.nflplayers.com/news/news_release.aspx?id=5024

    Now here's the $54, 000 question. If the Texans do lose their minds and draft Young #1 overall. Do the Saints draft Bush or offer the slot up for a trade?
    What do you think the Saints would take for the #2 pick?
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    What do you think they'd give us for Seymour?
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    Nothing unless we let them negotiate with him before the trade. Seymour wants to go to either Atlanta or Carolina, New Orleans is just as foreign to a kid from South Carolina, as Boston is.

    I would hate to trade Seymour, I would rather franchise him. You must keep as many Dawgs on the Pats as humanly possible. (BTW I'm pushing for drafting both Pope and Blue this year).

    Imagine if we could send them #21, Jarvis Green, and next year's #1 pick for Reggie Bush, would you do it? and would they? Would it be a fair trade?
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    If we could somehow end up with an extra #2 next year out of this or from other dealings this year, I would do that deal. Would they? Having Jarvis return to NO is an intriguing thought. I get the feeling that it isn't enough, but I like it--and I'm no huge Bush supporter...
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