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How much action do you think there will be before the trade deadline?


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2 minutes ago, ColtJax said:

Atlanta is all but assured to go after a QB high in the draft and would love to find a trading partner for Ryan. Being that they would like to find a partner I doubt it would cost a 1st, maybe a 2nd and 4th would do it. He has a few more good years, I'd take him in a heartbeat. Teams are going to have to get rid of good players because of the cap situation. San Francisco may be saying goodbye to their QB as well. Rumor was that the Pats would be interested in Ryan as well..

I'm kinda hoping we trade up for Lance. 

 

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4 hours ago, danlhart87 said:

I'm kinda hoping we trade up for Lance. 

 

Yeah I wouldn't have a problem with Ballard trading up for one of the top QBs but I think that would depend on what he thought of Eason. 

There are a lot of fans saying a lot of different things because of frustration. 

It was once thought that Ballard wouldn't do certain things but he proved that wrong this last off season. 

The only thing I know is we never know what Ballard is going to do till it's already done. 

 

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