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Vick: “A lot of things have to happen” to remain an Eagle in 2011

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For Michael Vick to stay with the Eagles in 2011, he would need to sign a new contract, the team would have to figure out what to do with Kevin Kolb, and the owners and players’ union would have to reach an agreement for there to be a 2011 season.

Vick remains optimistic all that can happen.

Appearing at a school in Philadelphia on Tuesday, Vick was asked whether he’ll still be in Philadelphia a year from now. He said he would like to think so, but he noted that there are plenty of obstacles.

“I would hope so,” Vick said, per Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer. “A lot of things have to happen. A lot of things have to take place. . . . But hopefully I’m a Philadelphia Eagle next season.”

Vick told reporters afterward that the looming labor issues in the league overshadow the future of any individual player.

“We don’t even know if we’re going to have a season next year,” Vick said. “So I’m just enjoying this season and taking it one game at a time, enjoying the locker room, and enjoying the guys.”

And the Eagles are enjoying Vick. One way or another, if there is football at all in 2011, the Eagles are going to find a way to bring Vick back.

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  1. steelerdynasty2010 says: Dec 15, 2010 7:23 AM

    here come the haters to hope they dont sign him…

  2. iluvwikileaks says: Dec 15, 2010 7:27 AM

    It must be a real bite to have to live in Philly. Thank God, I don’t live there:)

  3. go5586 says: Dec 15, 2010 7:38 AM

    Or just the franchise tag….that doesn’t take much to happen.

  4. duanethomas says: Dec 15, 2010 7:43 AM

    Dog jokes begin in 3 2 1………

  5. go5586 says: Dec 15, 2010 7:52 AM

    As a lifelong Eagles fan, I hope they DO sign him. Problem is, he is going to want a lot of money. It will be interesting to see whether or not they apply the franchise tag, what happens with Kolb, or whether they actually attempt to work out a deal before the season.

  6. tigrrrr says: Dec 15, 2010 7:59 AM

    Vick sucks..no regard for life.

  7. dccowboy says: Dec 15, 2010 8:12 AM

    The ‘a lot’ translates into ‘a LOT of MONEY’ has to happen for him to stay in Philly.

    If the Eagles can’t (or don’t want to) sign him to a long term deal, they can franchise him for 1 year at around $20 million.

    Interesting that it appears he wants them to dump Kolb as a condition of resigning him to a long term deal.

  8. 8man says: Dec 15, 2010 8:19 AM

    Didn’t he mean to say, “A lot of things have to appear in my bank account,”?

    Does the Eagles Brinks truck have their logo on it so he’ll recognize it when they back the thing up to his house?

  9. bleedgreen says: Dec 15, 2010 8:32 AM

    go5586 says: Dec 15, 2010 7:38 AM

    Or just the franchise tag….that doesn’t take much to happen.
    ———————-

    If there is such a thing in the new labor agreement. Most players seem to piss and moan when they get franchised, so its possible the union wants it gone.

  10. peterson28 says: Dec 15, 2010 8:37 AM

    He’s frontin, my man wants to be a Viking.

  11. charliework says: Dec 15, 2010 8:40 AM

    iluvwikileaks says:
    Dec 15, 2010 7:27 AM
    It must be a real bite to have to live in Philly.
    ———————————————-

    I’m not even sure what that means. Is that some phrase from the 1950s, “a real bite?” Are you just decaying corpse of a person who has a passing interest in football and occasionally looks out the window? You know, the Union and the Confederacy did settle their differences and it’s ok to travel North now.

  12. ryansdirtytrailer says: Dec 15, 2010 8:56 AM

    Has anyone tested Vick for PED’s? I find it pretty remarkable that he’s performed as he has after his craptastic return from prison.

  13. flavordave says: Dec 15, 2010 8:58 AM

    @iluvwiki Nobody “has to” live in Philly. Its a great place to live. You think Cliff Lee turns down $50 million cause Philly is a pit? His family loved Philly. You think most players that have long careers here cant wait to leave? They stay. And “Thank God” guys like you dont live here. Keep reading your Santa snowball articles from 1960.

  14. 8dollarbeer says: Dec 15, 2010 8:58 AM

    go5586 says:
    Dec 15, 2010 7:38 AM

    Or just the franchise tag….that doesn’t take much to happen

    *******************************************

    How do you know the franchise tag will even exist after the new CBA is put into place?

  15. klunge says: Dec 15, 2010 9:02 AM

    Franchise tag? Whether he’s worth it or not, I can’t see the Eagles shelling out around $12M in base salary on Vick next year. He’s playing good enough right now but I still would have a hard time believing they’d do that.

  16. gypjet says: Dec 15, 2010 9:03 AM

    Vick paid his for his crimes, period. Some of you hypocrites bash Vick for abusing animals, but you cheer rapists and wife beaters. Who is a better person, a dog killer who lost everything he had and went to prison and is truly remorseful, or a Pittsburgh QB who has an esstablished pattern of sexual assault and possible rape, and denies it? Or a certain Baltimore linebacker who literally had a hand in killing two people? Why do you bleeding heart liberals even like the NFL? You are supposed to be against masculine guys, millionaires, and violence. Hypocrites.

  17. paulnoga says: Dec 15, 2010 9:05 AM

    No Lock-out. The Owners are not stupid. They will reinstate this Uncapped Year deal to show they are the Good Guys. that includes Franchise and Transition Tags, no low limit on Team’s payrolls, 6 years to be a free agent, and Commissioner Power. Then they will add a Rookie Salary Cap and start toward an 18 game schedule.
    That will make the Players and any Union to go on Strike. That will make them the Bad Guys.

  18. suh4president says: Dec 15, 2010 9:07 AM

    Well said GYPJET, very nice indeed

  19. pftisbecominglame says: Dec 15, 2010 9:15 AM

    Should Vick remain on this path, I have to say his story is amazing. He’s had plenty of oppotunities to fall short of expectations, and he’s still saying the right things, playing out of this world, and apparently winning his tean over, as well. He was a disgusting, lazy, near-psychotiic dog killer. He has become a pro-bowl caliber, well rounded quarterback who finally seems to “get it” as to how a responsible adult conducts himself.

    If he keeps it up, I think it’s great.

  20. cleverbob says: Dec 15, 2010 9:24 AM

    There are plenty of teams that would gladly shell out franchise QB money to sign him. Capitalism is a wonderful thing.

  21. breeshasabush says: Dec 15, 2010 9:32 AM

    “enjoying the locker room, and enjoying the guys.”…. definitely picked this up in prison!

    here we go again, next it will be talking about himself in the third person, he’ll have speculation about possession of some sort of illegal substance, and then a whole bunch of corpses will just somehow appear in his back yard…. nottice that i didnt say animals.

    Vick = Sociopath

  22. touchdownroddywhite says: Dec 15, 2010 9:35 AM

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    ryansdirtytrailer says: Dec 15, 2010 8:56 AM

    Has anyone tested Vick for PED’s? I find it pretty remarkable that he’s performed as he has after his craptastic return from prison.

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    What a silly statement. PED’s don’t make a guys accuracy come up 10 points. PED’s don’t make a guy make better football decisions and read defenses better.

    People will say anything out of spite it seems, regardless of how ridiculous it sounds.

  23. baddegg says: Dec 15, 2010 9:37 AM

    Bottom line: there is no way the Eagles do not find a way to keep him here. He’s a legit NFL MVP candidate for gosh sakes and a legit QB who could take them to — and win — a Super Bowl. They will not let him walk to “save money” as is implied in some of these posts.

    The bigger question is how they can jettison Kolb. What is Kolb’s contract like? There are a number of teams who need a QB and Kolb is a decent enough option if you are going with the likes of Jimmy Clausen or Tavarius Jackson.

    I think Vick is saying there are “obstacles” but he’s really just starting to position himself for contract negotiations. Bottom line, there is no way that Vick is not an Eagle next year.

  24. richm2256 says: Dec 15, 2010 9:42 AM

    Forget the fat contract, Vick OWES Philadelphia. They took a chance on his sorry a$$ when no one else would, signing him despite his prison record, his P.R. baggage, and despite the fact that he really wasn’t that good BEFORE missing two years in the can.

    Then they tutor this guy and try to teach him to be a more cerebral quarterback as opposed to a guy who runs like a halfback and occassionally thows an incompletion.

    Andy Reid has MADE the Michael Vick that everyone is drooling over, and Vick owes him something for that.

  25. myspaceyourface says: Dec 15, 2010 9:44 AM

    Won’t his new “BIG MONEY” contract already be spoken for?

    Doesn’t he owe a lot of people money?

    Didn’t he have to pay ATL back some of his big bonus money from his last contract?

    Just curious.

  26. myspaceyourface says: Dec 15, 2010 9:47 AM

    KOLB: Jets, Dolphins, Bills, Denver, Oakland, Titans, Lions, Panthers, Seahawks, 49ers, Cardinals.

    Philly will find a trade partner.

  27. prior0knowledge says: Dec 15, 2010 9:48 AM

    20 mil per year? that is the min offer. 25 to 30 is more like it.

    Wait to see what Peyton gets.

    Don’t understand why he cares about Kolb? Maybe doesn’t want to look over his shoulder?

  28. moochzilla says: Dec 15, 2010 9:52 AM

    He will be re-signed on whatever day the Phillies bring Cliff Lee into town for his welcome back press conference.

    They will never allow the Phillies to upstage them.

    Ever!

  29. mikea311 says: Dec 15, 2010 9:55 AM

    one year wonder.

  30. moochzilla says: Dec 15, 2010 9:56 AM

    How anyone can equate the Atlanta Vick to the one we’re seeing in Philly is beyond me. Totally different player.

    As recently as August I was looking at him in preseason and posting that he couldn’t start for a HS team. Now I look at his patience and accuracy and arm strength and marvel.

    That TD pass against the Redskins where he could have run was one of the best plays I have ever seen. It was the moment that I think he turned the corner and became a real NFL QB.

    I never thought in a million he had it in him. But seeing is believing. I can’t believe so many are sticking to their opinions about his abilities just because they (a) can’t admit they were wrong or (b) just don’t like him.

    And no one says you have to like him, or buy the redemption story. But he is 100x the QB he used to be.

  31. dfeltz says: Dec 15, 2010 9:57 AM

    Gypjet – Vick was convicted of (Federal) Felony conspiracy in interstate commerce/aid of unlawful animal fighting venture (Title 18, USC, Section 371); (Virginia) Felony dogfighting, 3 years in prison and $2500 fine. He is also on probation till November 2012. SO he hasn’t paid is debt to society just yet. I agree with you 100% about Ray Lewis, I disagree with you about Roethlisberger. Plain and simple, he was never charged or convicted of anything. He could stand to make better decisions, yes. Saying “what is worse” between Vick and Roethlisberger, killing animals and profiting from it is 100% worse when your case is “possible rape.” I am a Bears fan by the way. No pun intended, I don’t have a dog in this fight just make sure your arguments are factual and not what you think they are cause you are an Eagle fan.

  32. go5586 says: Dec 15, 2010 10:01 AM

    How do you know the franchise tag will even exist after the new CBA is put into place?

    ———

    I certainly don’t. But if I had to guess, it will be. Who knows if there will even be a season next year!

  33. grogansheroes says: Dec 15, 2010 10:04 AM

    Now Iggles fans know what it’s like to be a Pats fan.

  34. rpiotr01 says: Dec 15, 2010 10:04 AM

    Not for nothing, but this guy has a lot of nerve talking like this. Here the Eagles gave this moron another chance after being out of the game for 2 years, they stuck with him even when he stunk it up last year, completely resurrected his game and made him a better player… and this is how he talks?

    The only words out of his mouth should be about how grateful he is, how much he wants to stay and how much he owes it to the Eagles to try to work something out. That’s it. Talk about money behind closed doors, fine, but I think he really comes off as a miserable ingrate here.

  35. steelerdynasty2010 says: Dec 15, 2010 10:09 AM

    gypjet:
    what established pattern do you speak of sir? the one in which the lady in question texted her friends to brag about the encounter or the one in which he allegedly vaginally raped someone who was later proven to not even being vaginally penetrated let alone forcefully so. get a life and come back with some FACTS, not some crap you “heard on ESPN”. when will all this stop.

  36. jblazeandem says: Dec 15, 2010 10:13 AM

    “So I’m just enjoying this season and taking it one game at a time, enjoying the locker room, and enjoying the guys.”

    NOMO

    Vicks a G. Hope he goes to a dif team so I can start routing for him big time. Not a big philly fan myself but my bro went to St. Joes so its all love….genos

  37. andyprough says: Dec 15, 2010 10:18 AM

    About $120 million things have to happen, eh Vick??

    Ziggy Wylf is on the line – he wants you to be the next qb of the Los Angeles Vikings

  38. sdboltaction says: Dec 15, 2010 10:27 AM

    Arizona could use Kolb. He’ll, they could use anyone at this point.

  39. purplebleeder says: Dec 15, 2010 10:31 AM

    I would love to see Vick in purple, but he knows we’re miles away from championship caliber now. Dismantling will likely take place now.

  40. n0hopeleft says: Dec 15, 2010 10:32 AM

    dfeltz says:
    Dec 15, 2010 9:57 AM
    Gypjet – Vick was convicted of (Federal) Felony conspiracy in interstate commerce/aid of unlawful animal fighting venture (Title 18, USC, Section 371); (Virginia) Felony dogfighting, 3 years in prison and $2500 fine. He is also on probation till November 2012. SO he hasn’t paid is debt to society just yet. I agree with you 100% about Ray Lewis, I disagree with you about Roethlisberger. Plain and simple, he was never charged or convicted of anything. He could stand to make better decisions, yes. Saying “what is worse” between Vick and Roethlisberger, killing animals and profiting from it is 100% worse when your case is “possible rape.” I am a Bears fan by the way. No pun intended, I don’t have a dog in this fight just make sure your arguments are factual and not what you think they are cause you are an Eagle fan.

    __________________________________

    How about all those parents in Philly that hide Michael Vick’s past from their children, while they buy #7 Jerseys off the racks for Xmas.
    It is completely pathetic.

    Disgusting city – disgusting people.

  41. bobbyhoying says: Dec 15, 2010 10:40 AM

    I hope he comes out of the Giants game in one piece. If he lives through the permitted late hits, he might be worth re-signing.

  42. packerrube13 says: Dec 15, 2010 10:57 AM

    @GYPJET

    Perfectly stated. But be careful, I used all of those same arguments on the last Vick story on PFT, and got ripped to no end because he killed dogs and I am a bad person and “scum” for cheering for him. But I’m with you. They also would be willing to cheer for Marvin Harrison and Donte Stallworth if they were relevant, and they also killed people.

  43. 8dollarbeer says: Dec 15, 2010 11:10 AM

    richm2256 says:
    Dec 15, 2010 9:42 AM

    Forget the fat contract, Vick OWES Philadelphia. They took a chance on his sorry a$$ when no one else would, signing him despite his prison record, his P.R. baggage, and despite the fact that he really wasn’t that good BEFORE missing two years in the can.

    Then they tutor this guy and try to teach him to be a more cerebral quarterback as opposed to a guy who runs like a halfback and occassionally thows an incompletion.

    Andy Reid has MADE the Michael Vick that everyone is drooling over, and Vick owes him something for that.

    *******************************************

    …and the nomination for dumbest comment ever made goes to.. Richm2256!!!

    How does he owe Philly for winning games for them and making them a super bowl contender? They arn’t a contender with Kolb.You think these teams give a sh!t about what your off the field problems are if you can win them games and be an MVP?
    As an NFL player you don’t owe a team anything, as soon as you don’t produce they drop you. To say that he shouldn’t try an make money when he is in bankruptsy, and carry’n this team is the most assinine comment I have ever heard.

  44. phillybirds says: Dec 15, 2010 11:20 AM

    If you dont enjoy the night life, beautiful historic city, or tons of women… then don’t go to Philly. lol.

  45. brutus9448 says: Dec 15, 2010 11:22 AM

    why would anyone with a sane mind would trade anything for kolb. First he’s nothing especial. Second he’ll be released once vick is signed.

    Also both vick and jackson are playing for a contract right now. Talk to me after they get their contracts. we’ll see how they play then

  46. mean13 says: Dec 15, 2010 11:30 AM

    “dfeltz says: Dec 15, 2010 9:57 AM I disagree with you about Roethlisberger. Plain and simple, he was never charged or convicted of anything.”

    Okay, let’s do the remedial math for dfeltz. After weeks Roethlisberger’s attorney has an extended meeting with the rape victim’s attorney. 2 days later they tell the prosecutor they will not pursue the case and quit talking to the press. Ain’t it great to be a millionaire?

  47. olcap says: Dec 15, 2010 11:35 AM

    “Enjoying the locker room, and enjoying the guys…”

    That statement says quite a bit about Mr. Mexico

  48. mannyicey says: Dec 15, 2010 11:44 AM

    #
    rpiotr01 says: Dec 15, 2010 10:04 AM

    Not for nothing, but this guy has a lot of nerve talking like this. Here the Eagles gave this moron another chance after being out of the game for 2 years, they stuck with him even when he stunk it up last year, completely resurrected his game and made him a better player… and this is how he talks?

    The only words out of his mouth should be about how grateful he is, how much he wants to stay and how much he owes it to the Eagles to try to work something out. That’s it. Talk about money behind closed doors, fine, but I think he really comes off as a miserable ingrate here.
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    Do you know how much money Michael Vick made the Eagles this year? And how much money he made for the city of Philadelphia? And the NFL?

    The bottom line is that Vick is a money machine. This is a business. He sells out stadiums. Advertising dollars are through the roof right now. NBC Sunday Night keeps the Eagles on TV. Tax dollars are rolling in hard and heavy. It’s a financial windfall.

    When Vick was here in Atlanta, he made so much money in tax revenues that the mayor of Atlanta testified for the defense in his sentencing. The Atlanta Falcons is right now having the very best season in the team’s history and they haven’t made as much money when Mike Vick qb’ed Falcons team went 8-8.

    That’s why I have no problem with him talking money. He needs the money. He knows that the franchise tag may go away. He knows that a team will pay him an insane amount of money for his services. Why? Because the Falcons did it. His contract was in the Guinness Book of World Records and the Falcons made a profit.

  49. charliework says: Dec 15, 2010 11:49 AM

    iluvwikileaks says: Dec 15, 2010 7:27 AM

    It must be a real bite to have to live in Philly. Thank God, I don’t live there:)
    ———————————————

    Hmm. I’m not really sure New York is the city you perceive it to be. Its sports teams have been spurned by both Lebron James and Cliff Lee in the span of six months. Maybe the athletes are already aware that it’s just giant rat’s nest with a few million people renting space.

  50. andyreidsappetite says: Dec 15, 2010 11:52 AM

    @ iluvwikileaks

    Your name says it all clown. Also, Cliff Lee doesn’t mind it too much to come back huh?

  51. tombradyswig says: Dec 15, 2010 12:15 PM

    How anyone can equate the Atlanta Vick to the one we’re seeing in Philly is beyond me. Totally different player.

    20 mos in prison will make you a diff man!!!!!

  52. richm2256 says: Dec 15, 2010 12:23 PM

    8dollarbeer says:
    …and the nomination for dumbest comment ever made goes to.. Richm2256!!!

    How does he owe Philly for winning games for them and making them a super bowl contender? They arn’t a contender with Kolb.You think these teams give a sh!t about what your off the field problems are if you can win them games and be an MVP?
    As an NFL player you don’t owe a team anything, as soon as you don’t produce they drop you. To say that he shouldn’t try an make money when he is in bankruptsy, and carry’n this team is the most assinine comment I have ever heard.

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    Andy Reid completely reinvented Michael Vick this year.

    Vick sucked as a quarterback in Atlanta. He proved to be a moral piece of crap by torturing and killing dogs while running an illegal gambling ring. His skills only further deteriorated by missing two full seasons while in prison.

    Reid and the Eagles took a chance that this guy could be saved personally AND professionally, giving him a chance at redemption. What does he do with this chance last year? He continued to suck as a quarterback. Did the Eagles drop him THEN? Dude got paid, and paid WELL.

    This year, somehow Andy Reid finally got Mike Vick to stop being the dumbass quarterback he’s always been, and finally combine his unquestionable physical ability with the mental skills needed to be a successful NFL quarterback.

    Yes, the Eagles got something out of this; they sold tickets, and won games, rejuvenating their fan base in the process. But that’s what Michael Vick owed them for the fat contract they’ve been paying him for two years now.

    Without Andy Reid, Miachael Vick has no success this year, and no one will pay him what he’s going to be worth next year after Andy Reid straightened him out. Without a doubt, he owes loyalty to Andy Reid and the Eagles. If Vick doesn’t see that, then he hasn’t changed a bit since he stole money from Arthur Blank while lying to him.

    Even an idiot like you should see that.

    Maybe if he continues to listen to people like Andy Reid, he’ll get OUT of bankruptcy, and stay out. Micheal Vick has not proven to be a very smart person on his own.

  53. importantpftcomment says: Dec 15, 2010 12:27 PM

    Being a Vikings fan, all I can say is I hope Vick takes the time to explore free agency and give the Vikings a chance to sign him!

  54. packerrube13 says: Dec 15, 2010 12:39 PM

    brutus9448 says:
    Dec 15, 2010 11:22 AM
    why would anyone with a sane mind would trade anything for kolb. First he’s nothing especial. Second he’ll be released once vick is signed.

    Also both vick and jackson are playing for a contract right now. Talk to me after they get their contracts. we’ll see how they play then
    ———————————————

    You’re giving Richman2256 a run for his money for worst post. They will release Kolb? Nope, they are going to look to move him for a 1st and 3rd rounder. That’s the rumor. And with the quantity of teams in desperate need of a young, talented QB his price is going to be very high. Look for the Cards, Vikes, or Panthers to make a big push for him, and go all in to do so. He won’t yield as much as Cutler, but it will be closer to that than what Philly got for McNabb.

    And Vick and Jackson won’t stop once they get paid. They are dynamic players that will continue their path of success even after being paid. Its not like the NBA when contracts are guaranteed… They really can’t mail it in.

  55. richm2256 says: Dec 15, 2010 1:09 PM

    packerrube13 says:
    Its not like the NBA when contracts are guaranteed… They really can’t mail it in.

    ————————————————-
    Tell that to Albert Haynesworth.

    You just took me and brutus9448 completely out of the running for dumbest post of the day. Thank you.

  56. packerrube13 says: Dec 15, 2010 1:37 PM

    You use one example of a fat loof that no one but Dan Snyder would have given that money to? Funny. No sir you still win. And with this post added in, you are the weekly leader.

  57. richm2256 says: Dec 15, 2010 2:27 PM

    He made my point, didn’t he? I’m sure I could think of a few others if I took a minute.

  58. mizzterb says: Dec 15, 2010 3:09 PM

    Don’t start that racist crap on this page and please let it go with the dogs I own one which I’d never hurt. People eat dogs in some parts of the world and some horses and monkeys as well as anything else with meat. If you eat pork Muslims hate you and if you eat any meat at all it’s an animal still. So for all of you on your PETA high horse unless you are a vegetarian, don’t wear fur or any leather products or use any product to include cosmetics and anything else with animal bi-products you know what you can do with your opinions!

  59. kevinfromphilly says: Dec 15, 2010 3:35 PM

    WikiLeaks,

    I thank God you don’t live here too.

  60. moochzilla says: Dec 15, 2010 4:11 PM

    Lookit, I think Vick should give the team a hometown discount.

    But he’s under no obligation to do so and he’s not a bad guy if he doesn’t.

    The league is full of guys like Shanahn and Kubiak and Wade Phillips that make good players look awful. Reid is a guy who makes players look good.

    I think Vick will realize that his chances of being the kind of QB he wants to be (an all-time great and maybe a SB champ) are much more likely to happen with Reid than without him. It’s just a good fit.

  61. phonyromo says: Dec 15, 2010 8:14 PM

    Assuming the league and the union reach a new deal that includes the franchise tag (as expected), Vick will get the tag which should be $15-16 million. The key here is that the Eagles are paying Vick roughly $5 million this year, and Kolb is getting $11.5 million. Kolb is actually signed through next year, with a base salary next year of $1.5 million. This means the Eagles franchise Vick and keep Kolb in 2011 and not really change the QB budget next year. If Vick continues to perform at a high level (on and off the field), you lock him up for a 3-4 year deal. Then you franchise Kolb in the 2012 offseason and deal him for maximum value (Cassel style).

  62. moochzilla says: Dec 16, 2010 10:30 PM

    No man – you trade Kolb. He’d get a nice price at this stage.

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