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 Post subject: Re: Bucs Trade Eric Wright to the Niners
 Post Posted: Mon Jul 22, 2013 12:19 pm 
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doesn't matter, wright failed his physical so the trade was nullified then the bucs cut him.

props to the bucs for trying to hose the 49ers, though.


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Wow the girls in this forum really would rather hang out with a homeless, feces covered midget than with me.


Fixed that for you.

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 Post subject: Re: Bucs Trade Eric Wright to the Niners
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49ers can't even successfully trade. What losers.


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It just seems to me that if they traded a pick for the guy that they are looking at him holding some spot on the roster. Maybe an injury or suspension we don't know about yet?

If he sucks, he will fit right in with the other corners. I like Whitner as a safety, but the rest haven't been impressive when the pressure is on.

This is really far off. Whitner was the worst player on the defense last season.

Regarding Wright, if he doesn't make the team than the 49ers do not lose a draft pick-- it's conditional. So really it's a win-win for the 49ers. Even if he is good enough to make the team, the 49ers FO could still cut him if they do not want to pay him that 1.5 million dollar salary or if they want to maintain that pick.


Well you nailed that one. Wright didn't make the team, but I actually paid attention to Whitner last season at the Clink. I thought that he was in position a good portion of the time and took away an option or two for Wilson. Now he did get blocked on some run plays, but it was always a TE on him, he wasn't getting bullied by wide outs like Brown and Rogers. This was stuff that didn't get picked up by TV as he was down field.

I will take your word for it, I have only paid attention to him live in the last game and gave him none on the TV games. I heard that he struggled in coverage , but in that game I didn't see it.

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49ers can't even successfully trade. What losers.

I thought the Anquan Bolden trade for a 6th round was decent. ;)


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doesn't matter, wright failed his physical so the trade was nullified then the bucs cut him.

props to the bucs for trying to hose the 49ers, though.

Tough to hose the Seattle or the 49er front offices, they are very good.


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49ers can't even successfully trade. What losers.

I thought the Anquan Bolden trade for a 6th round was decent. ;)

I would agree Boldin isn't a number 1 WR but seriously just a 6th round pick? I would hate to saying something fishy going on but it's really hard not think it.

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Wow the girls in this forum really would rather hang out with a homeless, feces covered midget than with me.


Fixed that for you.

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 Post subject: Re: Bucs Trade Eric Wright to the Niners
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Don't you love ninner fans? Always at the ready? Always trying to convince anyone that's foolish enough that a sow's ear is silk. Even if we don't care?

I swear to God, I think I may know more about the state of the team and salary cap situation of the 49ers than the Seahawks. This without ever even lurking a 49er fansite. Seriously something is wrong with this picture.

Then don't read 49ers threads.

So let me get this right, you're asking ME to leave MY house? What kind of bizarro reality do you live in? Word of advice, deal with it because you're here, not Webzone, honey.

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 Post subject: Re: Bucs Trade Eric Wright to the Niners
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49ers can't even successfully trade. What losers.

I thought the Anquan Bolden trade for a 6th round was decent. ;)


They also had to pick up his salary. Something the Ravens deemed him not worthy of.

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Well, that makes the price more understandable to me.

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Don't you love ninner fans? Always at the ready? Always trying to convince anyone that's foolish enough that a sow's ear is silk. Even if we don't care?

I swear to God, I think I may know more about the state of the team and salary cap situation of the 49ers than the Seahawks. This without ever even lurking a 49er fansite. Seriously something is wrong with this picture.

Then don't read 49ers threads.

So let me get this right, you're asking ME to leave MY house? What kind of bizarro reality do you live in? Word of advice, deal with it because you're here, not Webzone, honey.


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 Post subject: Re: Bucs Trade Eric Wright to the Niners
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I do love that the 9ers' confidence in their secondary is such that they're trading for shitshows like Eric Wright.


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KCHawkGirl wrote:
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Don't you love ninner fans? Always at the ready? Always trying to convince anyone that's foolish enough that a sow's ear is silk. Even if we don't care?

I swear to God, I think I may know more about the state of the team and salary cap situation of the 49ers than the Seahawks. This without ever even lurking a 49er fansite. Seriously something is wrong with this picture.

Then don't read 49ers threads.

So let me get this right, you're asking ME to leave MY house? What kind of bizarro reality do you live in? Word of advice, deal with it because you're here, not Webzone, honey.


No one's asking you to leave.

Your fellow Seahawks fans make 49ers threads. Not the 49ers fans on this forum. Not sure how it is our fault.

And what's with people on here bringing up the webzone? The real 49ers message board is forums.49ers.com That message board has 5x the membership and activity than the webzone.


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49er.com, Webzone who cares? I go to neither unless it's the weeks we match up just to lurk and get a sense of where 49er fans and the team are at. Not particularly interested in discussion with the vast majority of you guys hence I don't register, thereby cluttering up their home with opinions they either won't accept, or more likely don't care about.

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49ers.com requires a membership to even view the threads. WZ doesn't.

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Even more reason to ignore it. Given sites like those are like going to the zoo to specifically watch the monkeys throw poo though their bars of their cages at those dumb enough to be outside said cages.

I remember trying to go there last year to see if Webzone's ignorance was the baseline but they asked me to register. I only wanted to lurk not post. That pretty much answered my question then and there.:)

Any site that's fine with the cut of their jib should have no problem with the public viewing the monkeys in their natural environment. If they require registration just for viewing? They have serious issues and something to hide. Take that to the bank.

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49ers.com requires a membership to even view the threads. WZ doesn't.

I didn't even know that. My bad. There are multiple Seahawks fans on that site tho.


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49ers.com requires a membership to even view the threads. WZ doesn't.

I didn't even know that. My bad. There are multiple Seahawks fans on that site tho.


I'll have to take your word for it.

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49ers.com requires a membership to even view the threads. WZ doesn't.

I didn't even know that. My bad. There are multiple Seahawks fans on that site tho.


I'll have to take your word for it.


You can also take Loaf's word for it, he posts over there frequently. As well as SE174 I believe his name is.

I think Chaz might be another one.

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Even more reason to ignore it. Given sites like those are like going to the zoo to specifically watch the monkeys throw poo though their bars of their cages at those dumb enough to be outside said cages.

I remember trying to go there last year to see if Webzone's ignorance was the baseline but they asked me to register. I only wanted to lurk not post. That pretty much answered my question then and there.:)

Any site that's fine with the cut of their jib should have no problem with the public viewing the monkeys in their natural environment. If they require registration just for viewing? They have serious issues and something to hide. Take that to the bank.

The site is registration only because it is an official message board, run by the team. The registration requirement filters out all of the nonsense and trolls. Webzone is open to anyone, and you can clearly see the maturity level over there...

If you do register at the official forum, you'd probably be welcomed, so long as you're not just there to troll.

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Even more reason to ignore it. Given sites like those are like going to the zoo to specifically watch the monkeys throw poo though their bars of their cages at those dumb enough to be outside said cages.

I remember trying to go there last year to see if Webzone's ignorance was the baseline but they asked me to register. I only wanted to lurk not post. That pretty much answered my question then and there.:)

Any site that's fine with the cut of their jib should have no problem with the public viewing the monkeys in their natural environment. If they require registration just for viewing? They have serious issues and something to hide. Take that to the bank.

The site is registration only because it is an official message board, run by the team. The registration requirement filters out all of the nonsense and trolls. Webzone is open to anyone, and you can clearly see the maturity level over there...

If you do register at the official forum, you'd probably be welcomed, so long as you're not just there to troll.

You aren't listening to me. I don't want to post on your home. Why should I? I hate your team and that goes far beyond the division and league switch. I was born in San Francisco and grew up there until 6th grade.

Honestly I started loving football in 1983 or so but followed it years before because of my brothers so I have a decent grasp of Seahawk and NFL history. And 49er history pertaining to the 1970-90's era.

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Even more reason to ignore it. Given sites like those are like going to the zoo to specifically watch the monkeys throw poo though their bars of their cages at those dumb enough to be outside said cages.

I remember trying to go there last year to see if Webzone's ignorance was the baseline but they asked me to register. I only wanted to lurk not post. That pretty much answered my question then and there.:)

Any site that's fine with the cut of their jib should have no problem with the public viewing the monkeys in their natural environment. If they require registration just for viewing? They have serious issues and something to hide. Take that to the bank.

The site is registration only because it is an official message board, run by the team. The registration requirement filters out all of the nonsense and trolls. Webzone is open to anyone, and you can clearly see the maturity level over there...

If you do register at the official forum, you'd probably be welcomed, so long as you're not just there to troll.

You aren't listening to me. I don't want to post on your home. Why should I? I hate your team and that goes far beyond the division and league switch. I was born in San Francisco and grew up there until 6th grade.

Honestly I started loving football in 1983 or so but followed it years before because of my brothers so I have a decent grasp of Seahawk and NFL history. And 49er history pertaining to the 1970-90's era.

I certainly wasn't inviting you over, I was merely stating a fact. You seemed confused about why the board was blocked off to non-registered guests.

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After trading for him and then determining that he flunked his physical, the Whiners have just signed Eric Wright to a 1-year deal.

Adam Schefter just reported it on ESPN.

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What a bunch of two face slimeballs, the 49ers are disgusting.

The nfl should force them to surrender the draft pick to the Bucs, they (49ers) are playing DIRTY DIRTY pool.

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Yeah because the conditional 7th round pick would really be worth the trouble especially with the mountains of draft picks we have. :thirishdrinkers:


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What a bunch of two face slimeballs, the 49ers are disgusting.

The nfl should force them to surrender the draft pick to the Bucs, they (49ers) are playing DIRTY DIRTY pool.


LOL. Gotta love the Niner hate.

Actually, he failed the physical due to a problem with his Achilles.

The Niners signed him today and immediately put him on the Non-Football Injury list.


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Harbaalke are working their magic again just like usual. Acquiring players for practically nothing LOL!

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This kid can actually play too from what I hear. We need players who can play the ball in the air. If I was a QB playing against SF, I would throw jump balls all day long.


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Working their magic aka making a hypocritical signing by reneging on a deal then swooping in to pick up the player when it costs you nothing. Yes it's smart, no it's not classy.

You know like taking 2million from a player then saying your sorry it happened vs. giving your cb a bonus for playing well.


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http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/20 ... -seahawks/ (oh wait yes you could...)

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TheRealDTM: They didn't renege. It was pending passing a physical and he didn't pass.

Also Harbaugh said they would like to make it right regarding Brown but its really not his call. Its Trent Baalkes and likely the reason for the disconnect.


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TheRealDTM: They didn't renege. It was pending passing a physical and he didn't pass.


But a week later his physical state is acceptable to join the team. Six in one hand...

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He was placed on non-football injury list so he is not really joining the team. He probably still can't pass the physical.

Its not like the Bucs were forced to cut him.


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TheRealDTM: They didn't renege. It was pending passing a physical and he didn't pass.


But a week later his physical state is acceptable to join the team. Six in one hand...


You're probably making too big a deal about this. It's not like they just signed Revis. Rather they got someone who couldn't pass a physical and then got nixed for a DUI.

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TheRealDTM: They didn't renege. It was pending passing a physical and he didn't pass.


But a week later his physical state is acceptable to join the team. Six in one hand...


Oh relax. He failed the physical so trade was never completed. He was signed later (AFTER Bucs cut him and AFTER every other team in the NFL had a shot to sign him).

He was also signed and IMMEDIATLY put on the Non-Football Injury list.


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TheRealDTM: They didn't renege. It was pending passing a physical and he didn't pass.


But a week later his physical state is acceptable to join the team. Six in one hand...


Oh relax. He failed the physical so trade was never completed. He was signed later (AFTER Bucs cut him and AFTER every other team in the NFL had a shot to sign him).

He was also signed and IMMEDIATLY put on the Non-Football Injury list.


It's a used car salesman move.

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But a week later his physical state is acceptable to join the team. Six in one hand...


Oh relax. He failed the physical so trade was never completed. He was signed later (AFTER Bucs cut him and AFTER every other team in the NFL had a shot to sign him).

He was also signed and IMMEDIATLY put on the Non-Football Injury list.


It's a used car salesman move.


Dude. LOL.

The guy failed his physical. The Bucs released him. The Bucs were ALWAYS going to release him as evidensed by the fact that they did so as soon as the 49ers failed him on the physical. They never had to give up a pick in the first place!!

Now they have signed him and moved him to the Non-Football injury list. Why? BECAUSE HE ISN'T HEALTHY. It isn't a shady move and you would have a COMPLETELY different view of it if you weren't stuck in Seahawk "49ers are evil" land.

The funny part is that NOBODY in 49er country is surprised by it. We've been talking about it since the trade was voided.


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49ers.com requires a membership to even view the threads. WZ doesn't.

One of the main reasons that it requires a membership is because a lot of kiddies are on that boards and the 49ers organization wants to make it family friendly, ie. no swear words, and no pron or semi pron stuff, there is no real *smack* talk allowed - and I define smack talk as calling folks names and personal insults. They are very strict about that and enforce their rules with rutheless vigilance. I'm both at the Webzone and official 49er boards - clearly the Webzone boards has core of much older and probably more knowlegable fans than the 49er.com boards. But the Webzone also is a lot more free in what they allow and don't allow - hence there are more idiot postings there than at the 49ers.com site. I define idiot postings as sorta kinda like Smack talk but smack talk regarding 49er subjects and directed at other 49er fans. I belive the Webzone is a lot older than the official boards.


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Now they have signed him and moved him to the Non-Football injury list. Why? BECAUSE HE ISN'T HEALTHY. It isn't a shady move and you would have a COMPLETELY different view of it if you weren't stuck in Seahawk "49ers are evil" land.


Aye, and if you didn't have your 49ers blinders on you'd realize this was a very shady move, but no honor among thieves and all that I assume.


TB: You want eric wright for low round pick?
SF: OMG YES
TB: Good we were going to release him if we couldn't find a partner
SF: ummm.... he didn't pass his physical sorry no trade
TB:....

3 weeks and 1 injury later
"the 49ers have signed eric wright"
TB:.... dude wtf....

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RichNhansom wrote:
49ers.com requires a membership to even view the threads. WZ doesn't.

One of the main reasons that it requires a membership is because a lot of kiddies are on that boards and the 49ers organization wants to make it family friendly, ie. no swear words, and no pron or semi pron stuff, there is no real *smack* talk allowed - and I define smack talk as calling folks names and personal insults. They are very strict about that and enforce their rules with rutheless vigilance. I'm both at the Webzone and official 49er boards - clearly the Webzone boards has core of much older and probably more knowlegable fans than the 49er.com boards. But the Webzone also is a lot more free in what they allow and don't allow - hence there are more idiot postings there than at the 49ers.com site. I define idiot postings as sorta kinda like Smack talk but smack talk regarding 49er subjects and directed at other 49er fans. I belive the Webzone is a lot older than the official boards.


Probably largely correct.

The Webzone has a number of really good posters and a number of...um....not so good posters. :D


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 Post subject: Re: Bucs Trade Eric Wright to the Niners
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Marvin49 wrote:

Now they have signed him and moved him to the Non-Football injury list. Why? BECAUSE HE ISN'T HEALTHY. It isn't a shady move and you would have a COMPLETELY different view of it if you weren't stuck in Seahawk "49ers are evil" land.


Aye, and if you didn't have your 49ers blinders on you'd realize this was a very shady move, but no honor among thieves and all that I assume.


TB: You want eric wright for low round pick?
SF: OMG YES
TB: Good we were going to release him if we couldn't find a partner
SF: ummm.... he didn't pass his physical sorry no trade
TB:....

3 weeks and 1 injury later
"the 49ers have signed eric wright"
TB:.... dude wtf....


Right. It went down just like that. SMDH.

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 Post subject: Re: Bucs Trade Eric Wright to the Niners
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Niner fans: Do you think Wright really got suspended for Adderall?

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 Post subject: Re: Bucs Trade Eric Wright to the Niners
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Now they have signed him and moved him to the Non-Football injury list. Why? BECAUSE HE ISN'T HEALTHY. It isn't a shady move and you would have a COMPLETELY different view of it if you weren't stuck in Seahawk "49ers are evil" land.


Aye, and if you didn't have your 49ers blinders on you'd realize this was a very shady move, but no honor among thieves and all that I assume.


TB: You want eric wright for low round pick?
SF: OMG YES
TB: Good we were going to release him if we couldn't find a partner
SF: ummm.... he didn't pass his physical sorry no trade
TB:....

3 weeks and 1 injury later
"the 49ers have signed eric wright"
TB:.... dude wtf....


Right. It went down just like that. SMDH.

I don't know why I bother.


Right so your saying your front office was too stupid to realize the bucs were going to drop wright? Or are you saying that fact didn't come into play because they are so honorable?

Based on the fact the SF FO "didn't know" Terrell Brown had a 2million escalator in his contract, and "would have told him if we knew." I assume your just going to say the 49ers front office is inept.... or are you saying they had knowledge of this stuff?

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 Post subject: Re: Bucs Trade Eric Wright to the Niners
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Aye, and if you didn't have your 49ers blinders on you'd realize this was a very shady move, but no honor among thieves and all that I assume.


TB: You want eric wright for low round pick?
SF: OMG YES
TB: Good we were going to release him if we couldn't find a partner
SF: ummm.... he didn't pass his physical sorry no trade
TB:....

3 weeks and 1 injury later
"the 49ers have signed eric wright"
TB:.... dude wtf....


Right. It went down just like that. SMDH.

I don't know why I bother.


Right so your saying your front office was too stupid to realize the bucs were going to drop wright? Or are you saying that fact didn't come into play because they are so honorable?


I'm saying they knew he was going to be released but decided to trade for him so they didn't risk him signing with another team. They did the same with Boldin whom was going to be released. It was no secret to ANYONE that the Bucs were going to release Wright.

Wright then came in and failed the physical.

Trade voided.

ANY OTHER TEAM had 2 weeks to sign him. The Bucs didn't have to release him. The Niners said the day he failed the physical that they would "keep an eye on the situation" and beat writers in the bay have been asking the team almost every day if there was a chance he'd be signed.

It really isn't that complicated. Its only your desire to hate the Niners that is clouding the situation.


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 Post subject: Re: Bucs Trade Eric Wright to the Niners
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DTM, don't make me do this, but TB got Wright back after the failed physical. Instead of putting him on their own injury list, they released him. At that point it's fair game for anyone. No team is going to the trouble you think over a conditional 7th. I know on the headline it seems shady, but if you think about it, there's nothing to it.

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DTM, don't make me do this, but TB got Wright back after the failed physical. Instead of putting him on their own injury list, they released him. At that point it's fair game for anyone. No team is going to the trouble you think over a conditional 7th. I know on the headline it seems shady, but if you think about it, there's nothing to it.


Exactly that's my point, they knew the bucs were going to release him. So they figured, lets not waste a late round pick. It's evidenced by the facts they said "we'll be monitoring the situation."


Did they break any rules? No
Is it shady as shit business? Yes

Essentially they figured, after making the trade, that with the his injuries (cough cough arrest cough cough) he wasn't worth it for a draft pick, but they still valued him and wanted him on there team, just not if it was going to cost them a draft pick.

Also if you go back and look the "TB is going to release Eric Wright" stuff came out after the trade was announced, please prove me wrong...

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Especially considering the Niners are loaded with draft picks and dont need the pick that badly.


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Especially considering the Niners are loaded with draft picks and dont need the pick that badly.



So loaded they can't afford to spend a pick to go through with a trade for a player they want? Instead they wait until he's free to them?

Don't get me wrong it's smart, you don't get to where the 49ers are without being smart, and if I'm smart enough to realize, "hey lets not make this trade, then get him for free later," they SURE AS HELL are. Again Lowclass, and that's all i'm saying.

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 Post subject: Re: Bucs Trade Eric Wright to the Niners
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The problem I see with the situation is by the Niners failing him on the physical they sent a message to the rest of the league and that message was a team in disarray at the CB position with hopes of getting back to the superbowl say's he's not healthy or worth the risk. That definitely came into play when other teams considered bringing him in.

The problem I see with Niner fans is they seem to be willing to dismiss anything Niner negative as "no big deal" while simultaneously jumping on anything they can to discredit the Seahawks team, organization and fan base.

Kaep in a Dolphins hat? He was just matching cloths. Go Dalphins.
Brooks breaking a bottle over a team mates head? That's what happens when Bro's drink. They should cut the guy that got hit.
Harbocryte saying if you have to cheat you already lost. He didn't say anything untrue.
Trading for a PED offender two weeks later? It doesn't count now. Let's ignore the multiple DUI's.
Failing said PED offender physically? Yeah he sucked anyways, I hated that deal.
Resigning PED offender after telling the league he isn't fit to play? He's on the PUP list and it's normal business.
Cheating a player out of 2 Mill? Harbacryte said he was sorry.
Papaki sexually abusing his Turtle? What? You mean that's not normal?

I could go on for days but you get the point.

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