Cleveland Browns Offseason Trade Block

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  1. kdpnutter

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    Mike Holmgren's Offseason trade possibilities at this point are:

    Offensive Players
    LG Eric Steinbach 85
    WR Joshua Cribbs 80
    RB Peyton Hillis 85


    Defensive Players
    DT Shaun Rogers 87
    MLB D'Qwell Jackson 87
    CB Sheldon Brown 85
    OLB Matt Roth 87

    Only untouchables on the team are:
    LT Joe Thomas
    CB Joe Haden
    FS Dorian Hill
    C Alex Mack

    Inquiries for all other players will be considered
     
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    Trade Block updated as of January 23
     
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    Latest and final change before the draft, Peyton Hillis added 25 years old 85 overall A potential

    Untouchables:
    CB Joe Haden
    SS TJ Ward
    FS Dorian Hill
    LT Joe Thomas
     
  4. yankeery25

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    3rd rounder for cribbs
     
  5. kdpnutter

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    No,

    Cribbs would go for a 2nd rounder and a younger WR that maybe in like the 70's that I could work with and build to be my next Cribbs
     
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    hhahahahahaha, Cribbs is an 80 ovr, and hes already peaked
     
  7. kdpnutter

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    He's 27 years old, don't see that as peaking, and one of the fastest WR and Top 2 KR/PR in the game (saying Devin Hester is the best) considering most rookies in the 2nd round are in the low to mid 70's, this isn't the Austin class of 40 guys over 80 overall, it's not typical for the draft.

    If your not interested in what I'm looking for then stay away from it, and keep your comments to yourself I don't need the dumb laughter portion.

    Thank you.
     
  8. yankeery25

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    but someone you draft in the 2nd round will have 'A' potential
     
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    There aren't that many A potential players in upcoming classes, there are around 15 A potential players in most of the classes I have read up on in each draft, so especially most user teams will be a late 2nd round pick and that will be in the 40s or 50s at beast and there will be no A potential players left.

    There are also A potential guys, that never pan out so it's a gamble, where as you know you got the sure thing with Cribbs
     
  10. yankeery25

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    I got an A potential with my 3rd rounder last year, which could be a fluke
     
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    Last years class was a big exception to the rule, with having 40 guys over 80. This class is going to be different there aren't 40 guys over an 80 overall, it is a lot different. That class was a big fluke
     
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    Apparently the Andrew Parris class looking at it, is not even as close to deep as the Austin class was. So it'll be interesting.

    Slight change to the Trade Block also.
     

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