Trade for Andre Johnson

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    Re: Trade for Andre Johnson

    No thanks

     
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    Re: Trade for Andre Johnson

    In response to PhatVirgin's comment:

     Let the existing WRs continue to gain experience.  The WR position isn't the greatest need/weakness on the Patriots.



    +1

    We need to beef up the o-line, get new CBs and LBs

     
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    Re: Trade for Andre Johnson

    In response to rameakap's comment:

    He is 32, still highly productive and wants out.

    Similar situation to Randy Moss in '07 (he was 30). He won't put up Moss in '07 numbers, but I think for 3 seasons he would perform around the numbers Randy had here in 08/09 (75 rec  1100 yds  10 TD's) and be a better citizen/teammate.

    I would think Johnson would restructure his contract in a heartbeat to be a Patriot. 3 years 27.5 million (6.5-10-11) left on it. Not sure how much is guaranteed, but say 18 of that 27.5 is guaranteed $. The Pats giving him like 4 years 24 million with 18 guaranteed could do the trick.

    How about Kenbrell and a 3rd rd pick in '14 with a conditional pick in '15 between rounds 2-4 depending on performance? 



    I like Andre Johnson, but I don't think we would want to give up on young developing talent like Kenbrell for someone on the tail end of his career.  Especially, as others have mentioned, wide receiver is not the most glaring need on the team.  They need to beef up both lines IMO.

     
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    They let him get wide open for criss sakes...did ya see at the end in tight coverage he dropped the ball. I want to see our young guys develop and mature.

     
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    If we were into giving up the farm for someone from the Texans we would get Watt.  Look at Atlanta or the Polian Colts to get a feel for wise that would be.

     

     
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    Re: Trade for Andre Johnson

    I'd rather get a DL that doesn't stink

     
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    Re: Trade for Andre Johnson

    I'd be more interested in signing Edleman to half that money, and using the other half toward Talib/Spikes.  WR was a HUGE need for us the beginning of the season, but no longer.  We've got 3 rookies and 2 are shaping up nicely.  We've got Amendola and Edleman as our vets.  I would love to see Johnson on the team too, but not at the expense of signing any one of our big 3 free agents next year as I don't see him as much as a need. 

     
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    Re: Trade for Andre Johnson

    In response to rameakap's comment:

    He is 32, still highly productive and wants out.

    Similar situation to Randy Moss in '07 (he was 30). He won't put up Moss in '07 numbers, but I think for 3 seasons he would perform around the numbers Randy had here in 08/09 (75 rec  1100 yds  10 TD's) and be a better citizen/teammate.

    I would think Johnson would restructure his contract in a heartbeat to be a Patriot. 3 years 27.5 million (6.5-10-11) left on it. Not sure how much is guaranteed, but say 18 of that 27.5 is guaranteed $. The Pats giving him like 4 years 24 million with 18 guaranteed could do the trick.

    How about Kenbrell and a 3rd rd pick in '14 with a conditional pick in '15 between rounds 2-4 depending on performance? 


    we need help on the d line a lot more than a wr. plus they cant trade for him now anyways. he would be another year older. maybe five years ago but not now.

     
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