Who Will be the First to Get Traded Away?

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Who Will be the First to Get Traded Away?
Thu Jul 17, 2014 11:24 am
  • In the mold if the Patriots, who have success and then trade away a player for a reasonably high pick because it's not really feasible to re-sign or extend them?

    I'm guessing either Malcolm Smith or KJ
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  • Will the Raiders give up firsts for either of them?

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  • One of our too many receivers for a 6th or 7th.
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  • I don't see us trading any high profile starters, unless god forbid we go into the tank this year. Then I could see us trying to unload some high priced FA's like Harvin, Bennett, Avril, maybe even Beast Mode if he's hell bent on a big contract extension still midway through the season.

    THOSE are the kinds of players you can trade for #1 picks. Not guys like KJ or Smith who don't make anything yet.
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  • SacHawk2.0 wrote:In the mold if the Patriots, who have success and then trade away a player for a reasonably high pick because it's not really feasible to re-sign or extend them?

    I'm guessing either Malcolm Smith or KJ


    Your confused. The west coast team attempting to copy the Patriot way is in Santa Clara.

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  • Carroll's philosophy is to try to keep their own, not trade people away.

    We may need both Smith and Wright to start this season at OLB, if Irvin's hip injury lingers, so no way we trade either of them heading into another Super Bowl run. I really can't see anyone being traded at this point.
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  • SacHawk2.0 wrote:In the mold if the Patriots, who have success and then trade away a player for a reasonably high pick because it's not really feasible to re-sign or extend them?

    I'm guessing either Malcolm Smith or KJ

    No team is going to trade "a reasonably high pick" for a player like either of those two who are about to hit unrestricted free agency after this season. And no pending UFA like that is going to agree to a new deal with another team as part of a trade before testing their full value in free agency, unless its a very rare situation like Percy Harvin in Minnesota who was disgruntled and wanted out (not the case with KJ or Malcolm). If you expect anything of value in return you have to trade a player who brings with him some degree of 'team control' or who is likely to be Franchise Tag-caliber. Wright and Smith do/are not, and they're WAY to valuable to the 2014 Seahawks anyway, who at the moment have only two completely healthy and proven LB's (Wagner and KJ). The Hawks are in no position currently to be dealing away LB's.
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  • I'd trade Throw, or perhaps Abbs.

    We ought to be able to get at least a 2nd for Abbs.

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  • If you trade Throw does Sac get promoted to modership?
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  • SacHawk2.0 wrote:If you trade Throw does Sac get promoted to modership?



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  • Seahawkfan80 wrote:
    SacHawk2.0 wrote:If you trade Throw does Sac get promoted to modership?



    NO

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  • SacHawk2.0 wrote:If you trade Throw does Sac get promoted to modership?



    If you were a Mod, would you ban cinnamon girl, or do you see her dribble has comedic?
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  • She'd get the hammer, yo.
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  • Meh, we're not really a big trade mid season team. We do our vetting process early on. It's a waste of time and money to mold a player and then ship them off. We don't half ass our commitment to a guy. If we were going to do this, we would've kept Tate then done this with him. As is, everyone someone else would want, we want.
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  • I think beast mode is the only player we could get a good pick for that is getting older. If turbin or cmike progress well we may trade 'Shawn
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  • We could probably fleece the Cowboys for a linebacker right now.
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  • Our model is much like the Packers, how many players do you see traded from them, virtually none. Only time we see a player go is really at the end of their contract or if we have someone that has already stepped up and the player is considered disposable, kinda of like Moffit.
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  • SacHawk2.0 wrote:If you trade Throw does Sac get promoted to modership?


    Throw is unwanted, can't trade a guy with an attitude problem.
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  • WR and RB are the two spots I could see Seattle trading due to excessive depth. I don't think a WR trade happens though, trading a guy like Kearse, Rice, or Norwood for a very late pick would be a total waste. Lynch could be dealt if he holds out, but I think the most likely trade scenario is that the team deals Turbin or Ware in a player for player trade.

    I think they cut Channel 83 and hope he remains a free agent.
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  • Sadly, I suspect that Bobby Wagner could potentially be traded.

    Just not sure how we will be able to afford him either via extension or when/if he goes UFA. Someone can and will outspend us if that happens. If we can't extend him then I think he could possibly be traded for a higher round pick in exchange.
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  • I could see a tag and trade for Maxwell after this year.
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  • Going out on a limb.....Marshawn Lynch. If Michael or someone else steps up and proves that they can handle the rushing duties, then it makes Lynch much more tradeable. Right now he has value plus he's in the last year of his contract. There are plenty of teams looking for running back of Lynch's caliber. Colts, Broncos, Raiders, Chargers, Browns, Pats, Bucs, Redskins, Steelers, Rams, Cards, to name a few.
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  • I think we try to quick flip Pryor. He's a waste on the final 53. Give him ample snaps in the preseason and try to get a 6th out of him.
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  • SacHawk2.0 wrote:We could probably fleece the Cowboys for a linebacker right now.


    Jerry would be drooling over the LB corps if he thought he could prize one away. Then again, he doesn't seem to give two sh*ts about defense.
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  • Dreo wrote:Sadly, I suspect that Bobby Wagner could potentially be traded.

    Just not sure how we will be able to afford him either via extension or when/if he goes UFA. Someone can and will outspend us if that happens. If we can't extend him then I think he could possibly be traded for a higher round pick in exchange.


    We're much more likely to let KJ and Smith walk than Wagner
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  • Scottemojo wrote:One of our too many receivers for a 6th or 7th.


    The ones that figure to be on the roster bubble (Rice, Lockette, Norwood, Matthews, other roster fodder) likely wouldn't fetch a 6th or 7th.. I mean I guess they could entertain the idea of moving Kearse but I don't see that as a realistic option either considering he's cheap and has more experience than the rookies and is healthier than Rice.
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