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 Post subject: Imagine the highlights with this guy in the backfield....
 Post Posted: Fri Jan 25, 2013 10:32 pm 
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running read option with russel wilson. To me he is the new and improved leon washington. Guy can return kicks and punts to as well as catch. I wouldnt even mind if we traded up to get him. (depending the cost of course)

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 Post subject: Re: Imagine the highlights with this guy in the backfield....
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Somehow he'll end up in a Lambs uni next year...and i just might cry.

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ugh, if we can't have him, please let him be in the AFC!

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Tavon is one of those guys that I WANT.. but know we're going to struggle to get. He'll most likely pass us in the first round but he's not a number one pick for us (although I wouldn't be dissapointed if we did) but I think we'd need to trade up back into the top of the first or early second to pick him up I'm afraid.

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I like Austin, he has some PrimeTime in his swagger that I just love ;)

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I also have a hard time placing him on the field as a first round. Does he replace Tate? Baldwin? Do we look at putting him in competition with Tate or Baldwin? I like him want him as a Seahawk but don't know where to play him as he's not a #1 reciever.

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I would not spend a 1st round on him this year, we have much bigger needs than a speed guy on offense. A great Dline pickup in the first would do wonders for our team next year.

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I don't know that you pass a talent like this if he is available.


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 Post subject: Re: Imagine the highlights with this guy in the backfield....
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HighlandHawk wrote:
I also have a hard time placing him on the field as a first round. Does he replace Tate? Baldwin? Do we look at putting him in competition with Tate or Baldwin? I like him want him as a Seahawk but don't know where to play him as he's not a #1 reciever.


I think he takes Leon Washington's spot as return specialist and like the op said gives a different look as a change of pace rb. He then also gives you slot wr depth behind Baldwin as the 4th wr which is a pretty big role. I would hate to lose Leon and his great attitude but sport trac has him making 2.8 million next year and we have some young stars that will be needing contract extensions, tough decissions ahead for sure. I would love it his size scared teams away and we could get him 2nd or 3rd round.


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