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    Re: Ravens could be trading Cary Williams?



    Quote Originally Posted by TheJoeFlaccoShow View Post
    Yeah a Super Bowl contender is trading their number 2 corner for a draft pick.

    Maybe they will trade Kruger too while they are at it, those draft picks could sure come in handy next year.

    Lol at anyone even considering this to be a possibility, a chimpanzee could speculate better than whoever comes up with this nonsense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny8444 View Post
    So you dont think Oz will trade him for a 2nd????

    We have 2 starters in Smith and Webb and Graham, Groerer or Brown can be the #3
    When has Ozzie ever traded someone with such value for a draft pick(s)?
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    Re: Ravens could be trading Cary Williams?

    Quote Originally Posted by ed from Bel Air View Post
    Since when does Irsay play by the rules?
    He is, had he not been playing by the "rules" He would have signed him to an RFA sheet while that period was going on. Cary signed his tender and the period to sign RFAs is over.

    Also, They also say that the it might not be williams because he is playing tonight and if he was in trade talks would sit. But thats BS. this is the 3rd pre season game and if the trade does not go through he misses important time also he could be doing a "show off" for the Colts per request of the colts since they are intersted and want to see more of him before they give a high pick




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    Re: Ravens could be trading Cary Williams?

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    When has Ozzie ever traded someone with such value for a draft pick(s)?

    We wont be signing him after this season and he has looked iffy this pre season. Why not take a high pick or picks/player




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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny8444 View Post
    We wont be signing him after this season and he has looked iffy this pre season. Why not take a high pick or picks/player
    That doesn't answer the question.

    You're talking about something you'd like Ozzie to do.

    I'm talking about what Ozzie does.
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    Re: Ravens could be trading Cary Williams?

    It better be for a starting LT or just forget it, in a pass happy league we have a luxury this season, why would we give that up for a future draft pick that might not even work out?




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    Re: Ravens could be trading Cary Williams?

    I would consider a trade for a first rounder, only because the first rounder for the Irsays could be a very high draft pick, but I still do not think Ozzie would go for it.




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    Re: Ravens could be trading Cary Williams?

    http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/blog/ey...tball/19887230

    Jason LaCanfora (who is a pretty good source from Baltimore) mentions Cary Williams, but says it's not them. It's likely a big OL.

    I'm thinking Clady.
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    Re: Ravens could be trading Cary Williams?

    Quote Originally Posted by ed from Bel Air View Post
    I would consider a trade for a first rounder, only because the first rounder for the Irsays could be a very high draft pick, but I still do not think Ozzie would go for it.
    Ozzie would say "done" at "we will give you a first r." Woudn't even need the "ounder."




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    Re: Ravens could be trading Cary Williams?

    If its clady peyton will be finishing the season on IR.




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    Re: Ravens could be trading Cary Williams?

    Quote Originally Posted by Haloti92 View Post
    Ozzie would say "done" at "we will give you a first r." Woudn't even need the "ounder."
    92----- the more I think about it, you 're probably right. But as I mentioned earlier, even Irsay would not give up a first rounder for someone he could get next year for cash.




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    Re: Ravens could be trading Cary Williams?

    Quote Originally Posted by RavenScallywag View Post
    http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/blog/ey...tball/19887230

    Jason LaCanfora (who is a pretty good source from Baltimore) mentions Cary Williams, but says it's not them. It's likely a big OL.

    I'm thinking Clady.
    What about Jake Long? There were rumors that the fins were trying to move him earlier this offseason.




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