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10-10-2013, 02:29 PM
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Originally Posted by Jonathan. View Post
That's how these deals work. These players are the types of guys that don't hit the market. Historically, they sign long term. There's a small risk, but that's why you can make picks conditional. As a Giants fan, I have no problem with a team hedging their bet with some conditions. Nicks is a true #1 receiver. He'll be signed wherever he goes.
How many legit #1 receivers have been traded midseason? "That's how these deals work." Really? Trades in the NFL are pretty infrequent, and blockbuster deals involving marquee players are even more rare. Can you give me a couple of examples of "these deals" and how they work? Marquee players about to reach UFA status that were traded in-season. I can think of a washed up Randy Moss, and that's pretty much it.


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