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Marvin Harrison, Tarik Glenn, Edge, and Bob Sanders.

Could you imagine having Marvin lined up next to veteran Wayne and T.Y?

Edge was the total package as a RB

Tarik Glenn just might be the most helpful rightnow.

Just having a young Bob Sanders for 1 year would be amazing with The Monster.

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Hard question to answer. It would just about have to be somebody in the last 20 yrs. that could fit in with todays football. I've seen several answers to some really old school players and while those players were great in their time, if they were to play in todays NFL they would probably get destroyed. Players are so much more bigger, athletic, and faster compared to what they were 40 yrs. ago. So all in all, I really don't have a good answer to the question.

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Can we have another Reggie Wayne?  If we can have duplicate players then I would want another Andrew Luck.  That way Luck #2 can play back-up QB and be our starting ILB.

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