Aaron Curry on trade block

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    Aaron Curry on trade block

    should new england take a chance
     
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    Re: Aaron Curry on trade block

    depends on how much.
     
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    Re: Aaron Curry on trade block

    What would it take?  2nd or 3rd?  I would do it in a heartbeat.
     
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    Re: Aaron Curry on trade block

    heck - yeah !!!


     
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    if the price is right... yes !
     
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    I don't think the Seahawks are using him right, or their new scheme since drafting Curry fits his skill set. The kid produced big time in college, is very athletic, good size, tackling machine and won the Butkus award in college. It's hard for me to believe he went from all that production to sh!t in 2 years. I think it comes down to Seattle's scheme and how they want to use their LB's vs. Curry's skill set.
    He produced fairly well in his 1st 2 years. Not Mayo numbers, but good. He could possibly make a nice compliment to Mayo. I could see maybe using Curry as 4-3 WOLB, Mayo as the 4-3 SOLB and Fletcher/Spikes in the middle.
    I'd take a shot on him, possibly give up a 4th or 5th rounder if the Seahawks would be willing to take it.
     
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    What would it take?  2nd or 3rd?  I would do it in a heartbeat.
    Posted by PatsFanGermany


         No way! They'd also have to pay him his $5mil. salary.
     
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    In Response to Re: Aaron Curry on trade block :      No way! They'd also have to pay him his $5mil. salary.
    Posted by TexasPat3


    Exactly, one of the highest rookie contracts that year. He is a bust, simple as that. He is too small to be an pass rushing OLB. He's listed at 6' 2" inches and I'll wager he's not much over 6' 1".
     
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    2or3 they traded another 1 rd bust last year to the lions for a 6 or 7
     
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    If he were cheap. It would be interesting to see him lined up here instead of in Seattle, though, ultimately, I wouldn't expect miracles. 
     
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    If he were cheap. It would be interesting to see him lined up here instead of in Seattle, though, ultimately, I wouldn't expect miracles. 
    Posted by zbellino


    What is cheap? he was the 4th pick I believe..

     
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    In Response to Re: Aaron Curry on trade block : What is cheap? he was the 4th pick I believe..
    Posted by PatFanInBA2



    Well, you can renegotiate deals. He also has zero guaranteed dollars on his contract, and cut his deal this year to expire by 2012. NE could easily renegotiate with him, for a cheap two year tryout deal, that doesn't really expose them. 

    Trading for him, at this point an average starter with some discipline issues, would be cheap as well. 

    I wouldn't be against it ... he is an elite of elite athlete, with a fantastic wonderlic, IIRC. 
     
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    Re: Aaron Curry on trade block

    Great player. 
     
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    Re: Aaron Curry on trade block

    I say no....but then again, look who his coach is right now...LMAO!

    He really hasn't done a thing so far, and they've moved him inside and outside....maybe he's a true bust!
     
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    Re: Aaron Curry on trade block

    If they can renegotiate his deal and the price is right (given that the Seahawks obviously don't want him I don't think I could condone giving up any picks above the 3rd round) it seems like a good idea.  I'd argue he has more raw athletic ability than anyone in our LB corps except for Mayo and from all accounts he is a good kid.  Given his age I think if they can get him it's worth the risk.
     
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    I think Mayo is our WOLB/WILB (4-3/3-4), and Curry would be the same type/position player.  However, he is a good athlete, and I think the Pats need some athletic guys.  Also if the Pats do get him, that'll mean the 3-4 is here to stay.  I know a lot of the people here have been against the 3-4 for a while.  But with his speed, he could be a good blitzing ILB. 
    I dont think the Pats have a 5th, 6th, or a 7th in 2012, so it would probally have to be a 4th/5th in 2013.
     
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    hell yeah you go after Curry. Mayo and Curry and then all we need is the meat.

    lol, bad joke I know.

    Aaron Curry is mad athletic and we could use a sideline to sideline player to play along with Mayo. he would be a hell of alot better then Ninko/Guyton.
     
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    In Response to Re: Aaron Curry on trade block :      No way! They'd also have to pay him his $5mil. salary.
    Posted by TexasPat3


    cut ocho to be able to pay curry, trade a conditional 4th for curry which can become a 3rd. restructure curry to an incentive based contract.
     
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    i don't know if the issue with curry was just a scheme fit. he looked terrible with sea. i doubt he'd do better in a much more complicated d.
     
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    Not sure about it. He is a flag initiator and he overruns plays. There are reasons he isn't cutting it in Seattle...he is a bust.
     
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    not happening folks. As much as I would like to see BB take a shot on Curry, nobody in there RIGHT MIND would give Seattle higher than a 5th round pick for him. Next year NE has already traded there 5th, 6th, and 7th round picks. No ammo.
     
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    This kid was a cant miss prospect coming out in that draft. One of the only locks in that draft. And when a player like that gets to NFL and ends up on the trading block its normally because of the team not the player.
    Posted by MVPkilla4life

    There are plenty of "locks" that never turn into great (or sometimes even good) NFL players (and it is not just skill players - Courtney Brown, Steven Emtman, Keith McCants, and the immortal Vernon Gholston come to mind).

    They guy lost his starting job for one of the worst teams in the NFL. Why do we want him again? Is LB really the position that needs an upgrade (okay he might be better than Ninkovich if we are playing a 4-3). He is not a sack guy (he was not in college either where his high was 3).  

     
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    Curry would have a limited role on this team kinda like Eric Moore did.  I don't know if I would part with even a 3rd round pick for that. 
     
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    What would it take?  2nd or 3rd?  I would do it in a heartbeat.
    Posted by PatsFanGermany


    for a guy that just got benched?  I'd give up a 5th, we don't have any maybe for a 4th and get curry and a late round pick back.
     
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