Hawk_Nation wrote:we need Atlanta to keep him and make a run in their division to put the heat on the Saints.
The tight end told Jay Glazer of FOX Sports Tuesday that he absolutely does not want to be traded.
NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported, via a high-ranking Falcons source, that Atlanta has no interest in trading Gonzalez despite the Jones injury. The Falcons are not yet ready to give up on the season, Rapoport added
hawkfan68 wrote:They were talking about this on the Brock and Danny radio show on 710 ESPN Seattle. They mentioned that it would take a 3rd rounder to acquire Tony G. The Seahawks don't have a 3rd round pick in the 2014 draft as it was part of the trade to Minny for Harvin. Once Harvin comes back this receiving stuff will come to a rest. Tony is a receiving TE and right now they don't need that. They need someone who can block. Willson has done fine on the receiving side when given the chances. I was looking at the TE FA list and one name stood out - Will Heller. Heller is not a receiving threat but a solid blocker. He is on the older side but may be a good short term fix.
Will Heller's profile - http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/334/
Speculative: All the air missing from Tom Brady's deflated balls now inflates Russell Wilson's growing ego.
MontanaHawk05 wrote:PC may have put up with Matt Hasselbeck, Lawyer Milloy, and Antoine Winfield for a while, but Gonzalez makes even those ancients look springy.
Erebus wrote:Tony G is way more than a receiving TE. He's an all around great TE, and he would improve our offense immensely. And if the Falcons are willing to pay most of his contract, I'd offer them a 4th round pick and see if they take it. Not sure they'll get a 3rd from anyone for a one year rental.
HawkWow wrote:Tony made his bed, he'll have to lie in it. As badly as he wants and deserves one, a SB will not be obtainable for Gonzo in this lifetime. If a trade happened, fans would turn on Blank for giving up on the season and/or would say Gonzo secretly asked for the trade. It would be a PR nitemare either way. Not every player wins a SB. Money usually dulls that pain.
I bet he could cut block like a boss!Largent80 wrote:Might as well get an o-lineman, because the way ours is thinned and playing, G would be just another blocker.
Largent80 wrote:Might as well get an o-lineman, because the way ours is thinned and playing, G would be just another blocker.