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Deion Branch is a Patriot again

The New England Patriots have found their replacement for Randy Moss.

Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that the Patriots have acquired wide receiver Deion Branch in a trade with the Seahawks.

Branch played for the Patriots from 2002 to 2005 and won a Super Bowl MVP award. He’s played in Seattle since 2006 and never became the No. 1 receiver the Seahawks hoped he would be.

Now he’s back with his original team, and Tom Brady’s new target is one of his favorite old targets.

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  1. Zach says: Oct 11, 2010 9:29 PM

    So he gets a 3rd for Randy, and gives up a 4th for Branch?

  2. patsfan12345 says: Oct 11, 2010 9:31 PM

    some leaders at wr and look now nobody is taking plays off… superbowl baby

  3. JakeDSnake says: Oct 11, 2010 9:31 PM

    I hear Willie McGinest, Corey Dillion, Ty Law, and Troy Brown are all available as well.

  4. JaggedMark says: Oct 11, 2010 9:33 PM

    That’s like replacing a Lamborghini with a Pinto.

  5. Dr. Kenneth Noisewater says: Oct 11, 2010 9:35 PM

    Wow. What an unequivocally irrelevant pick up.

  6. youboettcha says: Oct 11, 2010 9:36 PM

    I can’t believe the Patriots gave up a fourth rounder. The Seahawks just basically traded Deion Branch and a sixth rounder for Marshawn Lynch. What a steal!

  7. 12+81=7 says: Oct 11, 2010 9:37 PM

    I think Bill and Brady will be able to get the most out of him.

  8. Belichick for President says: Oct 11, 2010 9:37 PM

    Hmmmm. I hope he’s a bit humbler now. He wasn’t worth the contract he wanted/got from Seattle.

  9. Franchise says: Oct 11, 2010 9:40 PM

    There is one slight problem wit BB’s though process.
    One WR is STILL an elite player, future HoFer, and the other is a bit player who cant find an end zone (or a football in flight) to save his momma’s life.
    JaddedMark, that was a great sum up of the deal.

  10. jimmySee says: Oct 11, 2010 9:40 PM

    The Vikings probably would have thrown Barnard Berrian into the Moss deal for nuttin.

  11. Dawn says: Oct 11, 2010 9:41 PM

    In essence, they traded Lawrence Maroney for Deion Branch. I think the Patriots got the better of that deal.

  12. Poopstain_Chuck says: Oct 11, 2010 9:42 PM

    Yeah, New England’s mentality that they can put anyone on the field and win b/c their coach is a “God” is funny. They basically went from a Super Bowl contender to a first round elimination in the playoffs, if they make it.

  13. JMClarkent says: Oct 11, 2010 9:47 PM

    What an awful trade…

  14. Ytsejamer1 says: Oct 11, 2010 9:51 PM

    This is a good move. Branch has great hands and runs great routes. He can help. He knows Brady and will be able to a lot more than he did in Seattle. This is great…about four years late, but I’ll take it! :)

  15. rlr79 says: Oct 11, 2010 9:53 PM

    Man I bet PC is smiling from ear to ear, they just ripped off the Pats.

  16. BraveNewWorld says: Oct 11, 2010 9:53 PM

    I hear Branch hurt his knee getting on the plane.

  17. FumbleNuts says: Oct 11, 2010 9:54 PM

    That was ANOTHER Tim Ruskell blunder for the Seahawks. Deion Branch has glass knees, and it’s just a matter of time…………….

  18. Kiss Bills Rings says: Oct 11, 2010 9:55 PM

    Bill did this for 2 reasons…1st to make Brady happy…2nd tobring in a WR that knows the system & mentor the younger more talented guys….Branch is a great team player but I still didn’t want him back….we got youth, speed, & talent we need on the field & working out with Brady & the 1st tteam to develop chemistry….I’m wicked pissed we gave up a 4th for him too…
    Oh well, he’s on board now so I’ll just have to deal with it…will probably be on IR in a couple weeks anyway, older & even more injury prone…

  19. hotep999 says: Oct 11, 2010 9:56 PM

    They couldn’t offer that 4th for Holmes????? Nuts!!!

  20. FireJerryJones says: Oct 11, 2010 9:57 PM

    Branch is clean shaven and likes Tom’s long hair

  21. damgenius says: Oct 11, 2010 9:59 PM

    Do the Seahawks have anyone playing WR now, or will they be holding open tryouts for burned out grunge rejects?

  22. VASeahawk says: Oct 11, 2010 10:01 PM

    Branch stayed injured in Seattle and now that Branch is healthy, Hass can’t hit the broad side of a barn. Good move for both teams. Hawks going young while rebuilding from the horrible Tim Numskull GM years. Branch should do good in NE with Brady throwing.

  23. Bossman says: Oct 11, 2010 10:01 PM

    Branch will be great in that system. A 4th round for this guy is a good-get for New England. All you whiners will be sucking it later.

  24. Richm2257 says: Oct 11, 2010 10:02 PM

    Branch is the perfect addition to this team right now.
    He had a good on-field relationship with Brady, he still has some gas in the tank, he knows the offense well and should fit in very quickly.
    He’s no Randy Moss, but they won three Super Bowls the old way without Moss, spreading the ball around. They have Welker, Endelman, Tate, Crumpler, and the two new studs Gronk and Hernandez. Add Branch to the mix and you’ve got a much better receiver corp than 90% of the NFL right now.
    The O line is doing well in spite of Mankins, Brady is still Brady, and we just need to watch the running backs a bit. Gonna be a decent season, folks, as long as our QB’s biggest issue is the length of his hair, and not getting forced hummers from drunk coeds in sleazy bathrooms or making “crank” phone calls.

  25. spudowen says: Oct 11, 2010 10:02 PM

    Sweet, where’s David Givens??

  26. spudz says: Oct 11, 2010 10:02 PM

    JaggedMark says:
    October 11, 2010 9:33 PM
    That’s like replacing a Lamborghini with a Pinto.
    Yea…a Lamborghini with a few bad valves…
    I’ll take the Pinto

  27. bruinscup says: Oct 11, 2010 10:03 PM

    He’s going from Hasselhack to Brady. I think that might help his production.

  28. bruinscup says: Oct 11, 2010 10:07 PM

    It’s simple. Moss has mental problems and Branch is a team guy. Belichik thinks he can make up Moss’ 1o so touchdowns for the remainder of the season elsewhere, and Branch might be good for 5 of them.

  29. scrapdawg12 says: Oct 11, 2010 10:09 PM

    Branch blows. Ride the pine buddy.

  30. spudz says: Oct 11, 2010 10:10 PM

    Belichick gave up a 4th for Moss…used him 3 years and then got a 3rd for him…He then got a 4th for twinkle toes Maroney and used it to get Branch.
    He also has 2 #1 picks, 2 #2 picks, 2 #3 picks and still has his 4th.
    Pure genious…

  31. BBB82 says: Oct 11, 2010 10:10 PM

    A 4th? Really???

  32. JohnnyFootballHero says: Oct 11, 2010 10:12 PM

    That pretty much seals it. Vincent Jackson isn’t playing football this year.

  33. tigerlilac says: Oct 11, 2010 10:16 PM

    Let’s see if he’s healthy and how much he has left in the tank. This isn’t fantasy football. Belichick knows what he’s doing and he knows what he wants.
    Unlike Moss, Branch can play all of the wide receiver positions and can run a variety of routes. He is a high character guy like David Patton and the young guys get to learn from someone that won a SuperBowl with Brady.

  34. habman says: Oct 11, 2010 10:17 PM

    Neither receiver is the player he once was. Difference is Branch isn’t looking for 10 mil per.

  35. Misguidedninja says: Oct 11, 2010 10:17 PM

    go deon butler! youth movement in Seattle

  36. FireFlorio says: Oct 11, 2010 10:17 PM

    re: Franchise says:
    October 11, 2010 9:40 PM
    There is one slight problem wit BB’s though process.
    One WR is STILL an elite player, future HoFer, and the other is a bit player who cant find an end zone (or a football in flight) to save his momma’s life.
    JaddedMark, that was a great sum up of the deal.
    ————————————————-
    LOL you idiots don’t get it. BB didn’t WAN’T Moss. He no longer fit in their offense and Brady was trying to force him the ball and ending drives. Not to mention his attitude. They could have got more for Moss by trading him in the AFC for sure, but they didn’t want to do that. They got a 3rd round pic for him. Branch fits right into their offense. Pats won 3 Super Bowls with recievers a lot worse than Welker, Branch, Tate, Hernandez and Gronkowski. AND they put themselves right back in Belichiks favorite role – disrespected underdog.
    Superbowl bound

  37. Lott42 says: Oct 11, 2010 10:19 PM

    What has he done lately except cash big checks?

  38. footballisfun says: Oct 11, 2010 10:20 PM

    Would be a great deal… so long as there is a clause where if Branch is IRed within two weeks than the fourth round pick goes back to the Pats.
    I’m sure thats not the case, so hopefully he can help mentor the younger kids

  39. Stone says: Oct 11, 2010 10:21 PM

    @damgenius says: October 11, 2010 9:59 PM\
    Do the Seahawks have anyone playing WR now, or will they be holding open tryouts for burned out grunge rejects?
    ———————————————————
    Are you kidding me? Seattle has been involved in 75% of the WR transactions and rumors over the last 4 years. They MUST have a WR.

  40. Iron Wolf says: Oct 11, 2010 10:27 PM

    BB didn’t want to trade Moss, he had to. Moss is a d*ck. Branch will be a calming influence and a great mentor to the kids.

  41. Madhatter says: Oct 11, 2010 10:27 PM

    SEA got the better end of that deal getting their 4th back…Wonder if this is a prelude to a VJax trade?

  42. MUSTANGMIKE says: Oct 11, 2010 10:27 PM

    Hate it if you want, it’ll be interesting to see who has the better offense from Week 5 and on. The Pats or the Vikings?
    Branch will be a good piece.
    MNF is exposing that Moss can’t get separation anymore.

  43. jshawaii says: Oct 11, 2010 10:38 PM

    Interesting that this is one of the few trades where both teams really can/did win.
    Hass just plain sucks right now, and everyone in the great NW knows it… they are calling for Jesus to start over Hass on all the boards, even though he is the worst 3 stringer trade in the history of football…
    For NE, Branch WILL be better with Brady and will be worth the 4th round pick.
    For Seattle, Branch was a member of the ‘old team’ and most of the same fans expected & called for Branch to be released, not even expecting to get anything for him. He was/is/has been a bust in Seattle for the entire time he has been there, except maybe the last 4 games of our Super Bowl run.
    A 4th round pick for Branch! Damn, that’s gravy on the rotten mashed potato’s. It’s better then nothing!
    Go Hawks — and fyi: we have 2 really good youngun’s in Butler and the Golden One to move up and into the starting lineup at WR.
    It won’t be this year, as long as Hass is starting, but we are on track to be much better, younger and moving forward by next year.
    js

  44. clack clack claymore says: Oct 11, 2010 10:41 PM

    FireFlorio says:
    October 11, 2010 10:17 PM
    re: Franchise says:
    October 11, 2010 9:40 PM
    There is one slight problem wit BB’s though process.
    One WR is STILL an elite player, future HoFer, and the other is a bit player who cant find an end zone (or a football in flight) to save his momma’s life.
    JaddedMark, that was a great sum up of the deal.
    ——————– ——————– ———
    LOL you idiots don’t get it. BB didn’t WAN’T Moss. He no longer fit in their offense and Brady was trying to force him the ball and ending drives. Not to mention his attitude. They could have got more for Moss by trading him in the AFC for sure, but they didn’t want to do that. They got a 3rd round pic for him. Branch fits right into their offense. Pats won 3 Super Bowls with recievers a lot worse than Welker, Branch, Tate, Hernandez and Gronkowski. AND they put themselves right back in Belichiks favorite role – disrespected underdog.
    Superbowl bound
    Pats won 3 Super Bowls with recievers a lot worse than Welker, Branch, Tate, Hernandez and Gronkowski????
    FireFlorio>
    Welker’s the best middle slot receiver in the league so why would you include him in the “worse” category????

  45. Benny Mendenberger-Ward says: Oct 11, 2010 10:48 PM

    This guy has been terrible since he left NE, but I got a feeling things will get a little better for him. The offense they run is just a good fit for Branch. But he is no replacement for Moss, Branch has never even had a 1,000 yard season in his long career. Moss has only had I think 1 season w/o 1,000.
    Branch helps them, but the Pats are still not close to the team they were a week ago. They will miss Moss in the big games, playoff games. Wes Welker will miss Moss the most and dont forget about Kevin Faulk being done for the year.

  46. NFL4EVER says: Oct 11, 2010 10:52 PM

    I’ll trust BB’s judgement before that any of you “experts”.
    By December the Pats will be in a better place than had they kept Moss and they’ll be in a better place than the Vikings as well.
    Super Bowl favorite? Maybe not, but better heading in to 2011? No doubt!

  47. Benny Mendenberger-Ward says: Oct 11, 2010 11:00 PM

    clack clack claymore:
    Get real dude, they wanted Moss. You cannot tell me they are a better team now, if you do, you are delusional.
    Moss fits into every teams gameplan

  48. Austskate says: Oct 11, 2010 11:00 PM

    haha wow can’t wait for pats fans to try and justify this one. “Superbowl MVP” “TEAM PLAYER” etc. Give me a break. Branch is a joke. So is belicheat for giving up a 4th rounder for him. Probably could’ve gotten him for a 6th or 7th.
    Break it down however u want with Maroney trade, Moss trade, whatever. Pats just gave up a 4th round pick for Deion Branch. THAT IS AN AWFUL TRADE!!!

  49. pga5 says: Oct 11, 2010 11:17 PM

    # spudz says: October 11, 2010 10:10 PM
    Belichick gave up a 4th for Moss…used him 3 years and then got a 3rd for him…He then got a 4th for twinkle toes Maroney and used it to get Branch.
    He also has 2 #1 picks, 2 #2 picks, 2 #3 picks and still has his 4th.
    Pure genious…
    ==================================
    The spelling isn’t genius, but the maneuvering sure is. With a strong draft, Belichick can bring in a new generation of players to fill the serious gaps in the New England lineup. It’s easy to recognize its brilliance if some can put aside their Patriots hate.
    New England’s moves are winning organizational planning. Because Belichick has won titles, there isn’t as much pressure to win right now. Those picks will keep that franchise competitive after Belichick and Brady are gone.
    The Patriots are rebuilding their lineup while staying competitive. They’re not having to make stupid, break the bank moves to try to win right now. Give credit where credit is due.

  50. Unnamed Source says: Oct 11, 2010 11:18 PM

    Pats should have gone after lee Evans

  51. Shadenfreuder says: Oct 11, 2010 11:36 PM

    The Patriots got a 1st rounder in the 2007 draft for Branch. They used that pick to select Brandon Merriweather, who went to the Pro Bowl as a safety last year. Branch has basically been injured for the past 3 years. Now he’s healthy and they get him back for the pick they got for Laurence Maroney, who is averaging about one half yard per carry since he went to Denver.
    This seems like a pretty low risk trade for the Pats. And the Seahawks at least get a pick for a guy that never lived up to their expectations.

  52. ftomeo says: Oct 11, 2010 11:48 PM

    I like the people bitching about the value of the trade. Why? Bill is going to trade 4 of his 6 first round picks for about 12 5th and 6th round picks, he’ll then trade those for another 8 picks the next season, draft 10 players, and 3 won’t make it through training camp because of depth, and 5 other teams will pick up the guys they drop as first and second stringers. BB has made draft picks an art form to the point they are no longer relevant.

  53. 8ball says: Oct 11, 2010 11:59 PM

    .
    At first glance this looks like an equitable deal for both teams. New England needed a veteran WR and gets one who is familiar with their system. It also helps that he has rapport with Brady. Seattle, which seems to be revamping their receiving corps, reacquires the 4th they lost in the Lynch trade.
    The only surprise to me is that the deal wasn’t expanded to include Logan Mankins. Adding an all-pro guard to line up along side Okung would enhance the Seahawks offense.
    .

  54. Bing253 says: Oct 12, 2010 12:17 AM

    Obvously New England fans haven’t watched any Seahawks games since 2007 because Branch can’t get separation anymore and both of his knees are shot so the chances of him staying healthy aren’t that great. Not to mention he’s best in the slot which is occupied by the best slot WR in the NFL in Welker so putting Branch on the outside is a win for the defense. So great deal for the Hawks because they got a 4th round pick for a thirty something WR who hasn’t stayed healthy in five years and was losing playing time to young guys like Golden Tate and Deion Butler both of whom have looked better than Branch this year. Saying that he’s a good guy and team player but not a difference maker and probably won’t make it though the season or NE any better.

  55. Bing253 says: Oct 12, 2010 12:39 AM

    Also wanted to point out the Seahawks get the better of NE two 4th round picks. Moss is making $6.4million this year and Branch is making $5million this year and $6million next year so good luck with that because Branch has never had 1,000 yard season.

  56. Fail Cat says: Oct 12, 2010 12:41 AM

    They must be serving humble pie in the Seahawks infirmary. All of a sudden everyone wants to pretend Deion Branch isn’t the guy who walked out on the Pats 4 years ago.

  57. jjcruiser says: Oct 12, 2010 12:49 AM

    This was a placate-Brady move; at best Branch will help a little, at worst, he’ll be irrelavant but fun for the fans to have back.
    Patriots might go to the Superbowl if their defense explodes like the Colts did in ’06. Otherwise Branch, Moss, or neither, they were going to be one and done in the playoffs either way.

  58. Kiss Bills Rings says: Oct 12, 2010 12:55 AM

    Branch is now a Patriot….Pats are revamping their O to the way it was back durring the superbowl times….Branch is extreemly farmiliar with that system & has an EXCELLENT chemistry with Brady….Moss didn’t fit this change & bitched his way out, Bill did what he had to do which was unpopular but best for the TEAM & it’s new direction offense…BB is not trying to replace Moss, he’s installing a better piece to the puzzle that fits… The D is young talented & fast but also inexperienced as a unit & needs time to develop the trust knowledge & chemistry they no doubt will develop as the year progresses….The new offense will sustain drives & help keep the D off the field until that time comes….Patriots will go back to short passes & screens plus running the ball to become more balanced….The personell they now have in place on O is PERFECT for that as well as keeping the D from getting exposed for their youth & inexperiance…..The Draft will fill additional voids & next year they get back Bodden at CB & Warren on the front line….Lots of football left & anything can happen once the playoffs are made….I’m really excited for some boring football that will do nothing but win games….
    I love it!!!!! Go Patriots!!!

  59. CKL says: Oct 12, 2010 1:20 AM

    # Benny Mendenberger-Ward says: October 11, 2010 10:48 PM
    This guy has been terrible since he left NE, but I got a feeling things will get a little better for him. The offense they run is just a good fit for Branch. But he is no replacement for Moss, Branch has never even had a 1,000 yard season in his long career. Moss has only had I think 1 season w/o 1,000.
    Branch helps them, but the Pats are still not close to the team they were a week ago. They will miss Moss in the big games, playoff games. Wes Welker will miss Moss the most and dont forget about Kevin Faulk being done for the year.
    –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––-–––––
    Moss doesn’t do d*ck in the playoffs. They won’t miss him there. I don’t even think he did well in the playoffs for Minny.
    I have no clue how Branch looks now or if it will help to have him back. Last time I saw him play was 08 when he had a great game against his old team. If it is essentially Maroney for Branch, I can live with that though.

  60. heisthejuan says: Oct 12, 2010 1:55 AM

    Pats have one the youngest teams in the NFL and still have six of the first 100 picks. You all can kill this pick and talk about how the Pats have fallen back, but last year and this one are the rebuilding years.

  61. ejtowne says: Oct 12, 2010 6:06 AM

    youboettcha says:
    October 11, 2010 9:36 PM
    I can’t believe the Patriots gave up a fourth rounder. The Seahawks just basically traded Deion Branch and a sixth rounder for Marshawn Lynch. What a steal!
    Yeah, a steal for Buffalo. Lynch is nothing but a money stealing, gun tote’n, pedestrian chasing, lockeroom cancer who is average at best. Basically what the Hawks got was screwed.

  62. afogg0855 says: Oct 12, 2010 7:20 AM

    Deion branch is still in great shape, but got lost in an awful offense for 4 years, Tom will make him back into a playmaker

  63. Ace613 says: Oct 12, 2010 7:20 AM

    As much as it sucked trading Moss, I have accepted it. I can see the logic on trading Moss, especially now that there are reports that BB asked Moss about a contract extension and sort of blew it off. Then with Randy’s attitude at the Patriots Gala that might have been the final nail on the coffin. As far as Branch for a 4th round pick, remember that the Patriots traded him to Seattle for a 1st a couple years back. He was expected to come Seattle and be a #1 receiver, Branch isnt really that type of player. I am good with this move and he definately is more of a team player than Randy is and can help mentor the younger guys. I am not going to bash Randy for leaving or say that this is the greatest move. Seeing Brady and Randy working together for those 3 years was truely awesome. Obviously the offense wont be the same without Randy and certainly with Branch coming in- it still wont be the same. But I like whats happening where Brady’s favorite receiver is the one thats open, with all the targets/weapons, its back to the good ol’ days.

  64. JoeSixPack says: Oct 12, 2010 8:20 AM

    Well, seeing as the Patriots are the 5th youngest team in the league, its good to bring in some veterans who “get it”
    Of course a year ago everyone was complaining that they were the 5th oldest team in the NFL so I guess you can’t please everyone

  65. Kevin C says: Oct 12, 2010 8:43 AM

    And the the dumbest post award goes to… ejtowne. You’re an idiot. Lynch is average at best? Hahaha!!! Really??? Get a clue or try to use your little pea brain to think before you post.

  66. Memp! says: Oct 12, 2010 8:48 AM

    I wish I could quote all of you and bring this thread back up when the Pats are playing deep into January.

  67. MistrezzRachael says: Oct 12, 2010 8:53 AM

    Deion got his money…and was miserable.
    Played for a 3rd rate team…played w/a 4th rate QB..and football wasn’t fun anymore.
    Branch has always been a good receiver…who once in seattle realized he was a product of a good system. Like Givens , he wasn’t the same player out of thast system

  68. Memp! says: Oct 12, 2010 10:27 AM

    I just read this on the Patriots Blog from someone named Justin. How anyone can say this didn’t work out is just plain HATIN! Looks like the chips fell into place to me!
    On the news of Deion Branch returning to New England I realized something.
    The Patriots drafted Deion Branch in the second round.
    He helped them win two superbowls and became one’s MVP.
    They traded Branch for a 1st round pick giving them two.
    That 1st round pick turned into Brandon Merriweather (Pro Bowl Saftey)
    The second 1st round pick was traded to the 49ers for a 1st and 4th round picks the next year.
    That first rounder became Jerod Mayo (Defensive rookie of the year)
    That 4th round pick then turned into Randy Moss when they traded with the Raiders.
    Randy got them to a superbowl and helped break huge records including going 16 – 0.
    They trade Moss for a 3rd round pick getting back more value. (received for 4th traded for 3rd)
    They trade Maroney for a 4th round pick which they then used to pick up Deion Branch.
    Which is basically like trading Maroney (a bust) for Deion Branch.
    So basically..
    They turned Deion Branch into Moss, Merriweather and Mayo.
    And now they have Branch back PLUS a new 3rd round pick.

  69. H25 says: Oct 12, 2010 10:47 AM

    Branch and Brady are BFF’s. You will see him getting a lot of throws in his direction.
    Ahh. You had to feel good when Branch got a big contract from Seattle. I read he has a child who needs long term care. Good for him.

  70. RealPatsForecast says: Oct 12, 2010 10:50 AM

    Brilliant Memp…I follow the logic.
    Moss is a great talent…but…..
    Branch is smart and runs precise routes. I saw Brady and Branch on a talk show together after Branch was traded to Seattle. Without any verbal communication or hand gestures, Brady threw a few timing passes to Branch on time every time…for those of you who don’t understand route running-timing routes are thrown before the receiver makes a cut. VERY IMPRESSIVE.
    Branch should help develop the young pass catcher and provide Brady with a trusted target.
    Good Luck Randy-

  71. eastslastheart says: Oct 12, 2010 2:15 PM

    seriously…why does this matter? when was the last time deion branch made a difference on a football field? putting him back in new england isn’t going to magically return all the skills he used have. he’s been an oft-injured disappointment every since the Patriots traded him.
    trading randy moss STILL makes no sense.

  72. Kiss Bills Rings says: Oct 12, 2010 2:58 PM

    Trading Randy Moss makes PERFECT sence if Randy no longer wanted to be there….
    Can’t wait till they do the same thing with Logan Mankins….come on Philly,Green Bay,Vikings,Dallas,Washington, pull the trigger & give us a 2nd rounder for him in 2012 draft

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