Samual on trading block

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    Samual on trading block

    Do the Pats bring him in again?
     
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    No. Ship has sailed.  I don't know anyone who would trade for that deal. This is the 3rd year he's been shopped.  He'll probably be cut.
     
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    I would allow him back if he took a major pay cut.
     
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    nope, i'm sure he wants a boatload of $ as well.  If the Pats want another corner it's Janoris Jenkins who intruiges me.  If he can keep his head on straight, granted that's a real question mark, but he can flat out cover.  His work against AJ Green was tremendous.
     
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    Yeah, Jenkins is as good a cover corner that I've seen in a while. He was all over AJ Green and everyone else that I saw him up against. The Patriots haven't had a guy like him in a long time.  He will have his act together, especially if he were to play here.
     
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    Speaking of AJ Green it cracks me up that the Bengals have all that money and don't try to get Wallace from Pitt to hurt a rival and put AJ Green and Wallace on the same team. Then again is the Bungles. At least throw an offer out there.
     
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    No. He is evil.
     
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    In Response to Re: Samual on trading block:
    [QUOTE]No. He is evil.
    Posted by BabeParilli[/QUOTE]
    That was a Brett Favre type retirement you had Babe.
     
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    Bring him to camp for a minimal price. If he pans out, keep him. If he finds a better offer elsewhere, let him go.
     
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MsHc2hr6nPo

    They had him in alot of man looks against Green, and he more than held his own.  Not a huge player either, but he clings.
     
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    Janoris Jenkins has definitely got talent.... but I was listing to ESPN radio the other day when theywere speaking about his family life.... 4 children, 3 baby mommas, 2 pit bulls and a Patridge family bus..... 

    OOPS got carried away... 4 children from 3 mommas, and some minor deomestic items....   Although I love that talent.... I am not sure that the other stuff is a risk worth taking.  I wish him well... and if he convinced the brass at the combine that he was not a head case.... then by all means I love the talent...  If he is stilll immature I would rather not give up a 1st round pick for him.
     
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    I wouldn't mind seeing Samuel back but he would have to re-structure that contract which he probably won't do. No thx on Jenkins, he is a mess off the field.
     
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    I want a corner that does more then just jump routes. One that can cover is preferred. Asante can go somewhere else.
     
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    Only if he can go back in time with Michael J. Fox and catch that Super Bowl interception. Otherwise, no thanks. 
     
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    the Dude spoke a lot of s**t about the organization.
     
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    No.....left on bad terms
     
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    I wouldn't bring him back unless he is cut and they got him on a cheap one year prove it type deal. Jenkins, on the other hand is interesting for the right price.
     
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    not even ashes are left, those bridges were so burnt...
     
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    Don't think so, the dude burnt too many bridges for that. He's another guy that Bill Belichick lets go and doesn't pan out for the next team. He did okay his first year there but in the end the Eagles don't want him. 
     
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    Depends on the price, I think.  If he's cheap enough, BB could bring him in.  I don't see BB giving up much if anything in draft picks for him, though.  Samuel has his flaws (which is why BB didn't sign him to a big deal), but he's also a better corner than some of the guys we have now. BB doesn't seem to hold grudges--he'll bring someone in if the price is right and he thinks the guy can help the team. 




     
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    Despite all the thoughts on burnt bridges, Samuel did play out his final year on the tag and didn't hold out.  Plus, is a lot of what he said really wrong?  The Pats rarely overpay to keep their own talent and they leverage their player to the maximum extent possible.  Look at Wilfork.  Look at Mankins.  Look at Welker.  Look at any player that requires a big investment. 

    Samuel outplayed his initial contract and deserved a big payday.  It's business for the team when they try to keep costs down, and we usually side with the team in personnel matters in the BB era. But it's business as well for the players and they need to maximize their earnings in a a very short career.  I can understand Samuel trying to get paid.  Plus, it took the Pats years and many dollars and draft picks to find a replacement.   
     
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    Couldn't care less about what he said, why he left or that he didn't make the pick in the SB.  From a pure football perspective, Samuel's prinicpal skill is jumping routes.  He's inconsistent in coverage and not particularly good against the run.  My opinion - NFW.
     
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    id be willing to give up an 8th round draft pick for him.
     
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    Re: Samual on trading block

    Nah.   

    Like someone else said, he burned a lot of bridges after he left.

    Besides he only had 3 INT's last year for the "Dream Team" (some tipped).  

    2011 Pats had Arrington with 7 (a lot tipped), Moore with 2 and even McGourty had 2 while having a horrible year.  


     
     
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