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  1. #76
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    A trade for Foles maybe an OK idea. Was great 2 years ago, makes 12 mill, offer up a 5th and see if we can turn his career around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soloking View Post
    A trade for Foles maybe an OK idea. Was great 2 years ago, makes 12 mill, offer up a 5th and see if we can turn his career around.
    Why not just draft a QB?

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    Quote Originally Posted by crash123go View Post
    Why not just draft a QB?
    I don't like any of the QBs that are in our reach in the draft.

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    Has anyone mentioned Jamarcus Russell yet?!?!

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    looks like pretty slim pickings might be a long season

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    Quote Originally Posted by FR Tim View Post
    What do you think Fitzpatrick is going to sign for?

    A week ago it was speculated to be $10-12M. Now who knows. QB market value is sky high. Fitzpatrick and his agent have the leverage. Aren't you concerned about overpaying for him now?

    I find it even more troubling to sign him for $15M as I do spending $18M for Osweiler.

    And Kaep is going to take a fairly high draft pick and the privilege to pay him $16M. Even a train wreck like RG3 is not signing for less then $8-10M.

    Elway has some work to do. Because QB is a real issue now.
    I think they could get him for $15M with maybe $20M guaranteed. That isn't bad for a two or 3 year deal while we transition into a rookie in the near future. So many are down on Fitz but he has never had a decent team behind him until this past year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheLumberjacks View Post
    Has anyone mentioned Jamarcus Russell yet?!?!
    Can he pass a physical and how much weight has he gained or loss last time I saw him he was a fatty mcfatty

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    Quote Originally Posted by Broncoyearound View Post
    Can he pass a physical and how much weight has he gained or loss last time I saw him he was a fatty mcfatty
    He has as much talent as Chris Henry at this point

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    I like Connor Cook in the draft. He seems like a perfect fit for our offense. He can be had at 31.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheLumberjacks View Post
    He has as much talent as Chris Henry at this point
    Lol don't I know it. I live in Louisiana and we had an arena team the swashbucklers they even denied him being on their team. Now this was a while ago but I was like man how u go from being no 1 overall in nfl draft to not even making the swashbucklers football team for arena football Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Broncoyearound View Post
    Lol don't I know it. I live in Louisiana and we had an arena team the swashbucklers they even denied him being on their team. Now this was a while ago but I was like man how u go from being no 1 overall in nfl draft to not even making the swashbucklers football team for arena football Lol
    Thats hilarious. My brother is a Raiders fan. Last year we got him a signed Jamarcus Russell jersey. He got me some autographed Tebow 810s.

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    Thad Lewis just signed somewhere. Take him off all of your QB boards

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    I'm down for trading a 5th or 6th for Mike Glennon.
    New England Patriots GM

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    Only half joking here...how about a 44 year old who retired from the Cardinals in 2010 as a stopgap......

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    Kevin Hogan. OK, he's not topping anyone's charts, but big, mobile, good arm, smart, and actually played in a pro style offense the last 4 years.

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