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Team checklist: Minnesota Vikings

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Now that the lockout is over, we need to finish our team-by-team look at what each team needs to do when the lockout ends.

The good news (for me) is that there’s only one left.

I took two divisions for this project, and I ultimately will have done five of the eight teams.  Hey, if that was a baseball batting average, I’d be telling Bert Blyleven to get out of my way.

Despite having a decent nucleus of capable veterans, the Vikings widely are perceived to be rebuilding.  And for good reason.  They have no proven quarterback, and they have 16 looming unrestricted free agents.  After arguably reaching for quarterback Christian Ponder with the 12th pick in the draft, they’ve got plenty to do if they want to compete with the Packers, Bears, and Lions.

1.  Find a veteran quarterback.

Christian Ponder and Joe Webb currently top the depth chart.  Ponder and Webb need a mentor or, more importantly, someone who can play better than either of them can be expected to play in less than 50 days, when the Vikings start the season with a trip to San Diego.

The rumor mill has linked the Vikings to plenty of possible candidates, including Donovan McNabb, Vince Young, and Jake Delhomme.  In the end, they’ll need someone who can learn the offense, teach the youngsters, push the youngsters, and most importantly step aside if/when the time comes to do so.

2.  Sign Chad Greenway to a long-term contract.

Many were surprised when the Vikings opted to make linebacker Chad Greenway the team’s franchise player.  It’ll be even more surprising if the Vikings allow him to play in 2011 with a cap number in excess of $10 million.

The Vikings need to cut that number down by signing Greenway to a long-term deal.  Otherwise, they won’t have the money to be as competitive as they could be in 2011.

3.  Say farewell to Sidney Rice and Bernard Berrian.

Sidney Rice arrived as a rookie in 2007, Berrian as a veteran free agent in 2008.  Rice became a star in 2009, Berrian has never really fulfilled expectations.

Rice is expected to go to the highest bidder on the open market, and the Vikings should put Berrian on the open market.

Percy Harvin has become the key player in the team’s receiving corps.  The Vikings should build around him with a collection of youngsters and veterans.  Once the first few days of free agency transpire, there should be plenty of bargains available at one of the deepest positions in this year’s class of available players.

4.  Make a decision on Pat Williams.

Defensive tackle Pat Williams has been lukewarm about his willingness to return to the Vikings.  In the end, the decision surely will depend on how much money the Vikings will offer.

Keeping Pat Williams, of course, will mean having to do without both him and Kevin Williams for four games.  Lost in the lockout is the fact that the StarCaps case is over, and the NFL has secured the ability to suspend both of them four games each.

In the end, it probably makes sense to look for a big guy or two to clog the middle.  And with Anthony Adams poised to hit the market in Chicago, he could be an intriguing alternative.

5.  Bid adieu to Madieu.

Yeah, that was an obvious title.  It was still fun to type it.

Another largely disappointing big-money free agent acquisition, cutting Madieu Williams presumably would open up a nice chunk of cap space.

Replacing him won’t be easy.  In a Cover Two defense, athletic, smart safeties are critical.

6.  Shop for bargains that fit the schemes.

With ownership trying to get the powers-that-be in Minnesota to partially fund a new stadium, the Vikings may feel compelled to make a fairly big splash in free agency.

They should resist that urge.

This is a team with an assortment of needs, and it needs to manage the cap prudently in order to address as many of those needs as possible.  The smart teams will sit back and wait for the market to soften.  If smart, the Vikings will do the same.

They could benefit from added help on the offensive line, the defensive line, and in the defensive secondary.  To fill the most needs, they need to get the most out of their cap dollars.

7.  Consider one more dance with Randy Moss.

During last year’s short-term reunion with Randy Moss, the Vikings generated plenty of local excitement.  But Moss was run out of town by a head coach who would be run out of town not long after Moss.

Moss supposedly is motivated to come back and have a huge year.  New coach Leslie Frazier seems to have the instincts and experience to determine whether Moss is truly prepared to prove everyone wrong all over again.

This doesn’t mean the Vikings should sign Moss.  But they should consider it.  If he has been sufficiently humbled, he could give the team the kick in the pants on offense that it needs.

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51 Responses to “Team checklist: Minnesota Vikings”
  1. nineroutsider says: Jul 25, 2011 8:28 PM

    I hear Brett Farve is looking to come back…

    Sad thing is some of the Vikings fans on here will want him back!

  2. jimmysee says: Jul 25, 2011 8:30 PM

    8. Find a stadium.

  3. trbowman says: Jul 25, 2011 8:33 PM

    “Replacing him won’t be easy. In a Cover Two defense, athletic, smart safeties are critical.”

    Madieu Williams is horrible.

    Randy’s not a great fit. Ponder doesn’t have the arm to get it to him deep consistently.

  4. irishgary says: Jul 25, 2011 8:33 PM

    notice there is no mention of winning.

  5. skoobyfl says: Jul 25, 2011 8:34 PM

    Find funds for a stadium.

  6. indianheadmeatpackingcompany says: Jul 25, 2011 8:34 PM

    Try for Moss again, STAY away from Vince Young, work on the secondary. If they get a QB, some help in the secondary and a good WR or two they can compete. Im not saying they take the first or second seed in the playoffs or win the division by any means, but they could have a positive season.

  7. schemefactory says: Jul 25, 2011 8:35 PM

    9. make sure mike tice stays away from the out-of-shape offensive linemen…

  8. indianheadmeatpackingcompany says: Jul 25, 2011 8:35 PM

    nineroutsider says:
    Jul 25, 2011 8:28 PM
    I hear Brett Farve is looking to come back…

    Sad thing is some of the Vikings fans on here will want him back!

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

    Not so much….

  9. vikings2102 says: Jul 25, 2011 8:36 PM

    I say bring back Moss. Chilly couldn’t handle him and since dumb ass Childress is gone (2 years too late!!) Moss would be happy to come back. Fraiser can contain Moss from being, well, Moss (off the field) and can find a better way to use him on the field then idiot Childress could.

  10. rwilson742 says: Jul 25, 2011 8:38 PM

    There is no way Moss comes back to the Vikings. I hope like hell they stay away from Vince Young!

    Vikes have a lot of needs, but luckily we now have a solid coach that can build. I hope Musgrave does wonders with the offense as well.

  11. rtl1984 says: Jul 25, 2011 8:40 PM

    Getting a leader behind center is the most important.

  12. citiciti says: Jul 25, 2011 8:44 PM

    WAAAAAAAA what about me!!Signed FARVE

  13. mikemnz says: Jul 25, 2011 8:44 PM

    9. Sign Pacman or some other player with major legal issues. The Bengals have passed us up in the number of arrested players.
    10. Change ticket policy for the Bears and Packer games. Make sure in order to get tickets for those games you have to buy tickets to the raiders game.
    11. Get the jet fueled up to go grab Brett.
    12. Start the annual this is our year chant
    13. Come up with new excuses for another failed season.

  14. tjacks7 says: Jul 25, 2011 8:47 PM

    Forget this.

    1. Resign Rice and Greenway.
    2. Find a fullback that doesn’t act as a 12th defender (Like Nafu Tahi does)
    3. Cut Madieu Williams ASAP (commenters side note: “Replacing him won’t be easy. In a Cover Two defense, athletic, smart safeties are critical.” This is everything Williams ISN’T, replacing him with a cheaper, comparable player should be the easiest thing ever done. Safetys that can’t tackle or defend the pass don’t tend to get premium pay, except him.)
    4. Shop for bargains, specifically on the O-line, D-Line, WR, CB, OLB and safety (hey we have lots of holes to fill)
    5. Trim the cap as much as possible, say goodbye to some vets where necessary (sorry Fat Pat, Leber)
    6. Roll with Webb until you’re ready to roll with Ponder. Serious, eff these rental QBs when this team is a longshot to get to the Superbowl. Let’s get back to building through the draft and keeping our talent in town, IE. Rice and Greenway.

  15. korikill says: Jul 25, 2011 8:49 PM

    OH yeah. Detroit plays the Vikes in week 3.
    Williams Wall will still be suspended.
    I am so glad they dragged this out so long, because this year promises to be that much better for the Lions, and every break will be needed.

    RESTORE THE ROAR!!

  16. spunkytim1982 says: Jul 25, 2011 8:49 PM

    Find a quarterback

  17. spunkytim1982 says: Jul 25, 2011 8:51 PM

    Quarterback first

  18. bobnelsonjr says: Jul 25, 2011 8:57 PM

    1) The vikings have nothing to offer a veteran QB.
    Poor WR’s, a porous O-line that ended Favre’s career, and the uncertainty of where the team will play in the future.

    2) They better figure out their future regarding the franchise move or stadium lease.

    3) Greenway doesn’t matter they ought to rescind the tag and release him. He is only an average NFL LB and easily replaced.

    4) Find a couple of competent WR’s

    5) Strengthen that aging O-line.

    6) Shore up the weak pass defense.

    7) Replace the aging O-line.

    In short the team has to rebuild everywhere. The only thing they have to trade is an RB that is near the end of his productive years.

    They will be drafting in the top 5 next year.

  19. dbellina says: Jul 25, 2011 9:02 PM

    I would LOVE to have Moss back.

    Any chance the Vikes sign Jonathan Joseph and move Antoinne Winefield to Safety?

  20. jebdamone says: Jul 25, 2011 9:09 PM

    im down for having moss back for round three, either way i will still be sporting my old school and 50th anniversary jerseys of his this year.
    i agree that sid will probably be heading elsewhere and this is a very good deep class of FA wide outs, but at the same time he is one of the best receivers i have seen when healthy and the vikes need to do everything they can to try to keep him.
    madiu, tahi and Btwice need to hit the road. all are some of the worst football players around. i am hoping that his affinity for MN and the short FA term will make a guy like leber stick around for another year or two. other then that, we need to get some oline help at the guard and center position for sure. birk was possibly the biggest downfall of the clown chilldog’s reign.

  21. buck2buckus says: Jul 25, 2011 9:11 PM

    Bulger if Baltimore doesnt resign him. The difference between this year and past years is the vikings have the QB of the future on the team so the rental concept isnt the same.

    Give Ponder some time behind a vet who showed not that long ago they were a capable NFL QB.

    I dont know if Moss can play anymore but for the purpose of this conversation it doesnt matter. There is a zero percent chance moss will be a viking. Frazier was around last year when moss was acting like a child.

  22. buhbay1c says: Jul 25, 2011 9:21 PM

    I love that people are so down on this team. A full training camp with a QB(don’t care who it is), a healthy secondary and Steve Hutchinson, oh yeah and a coach the team admires and respects. 10-6 doesn’t sound that far fetched to me.

  23. eaglesdynasty says: Jul 25, 2011 9:24 PM

    1. Matt Hasselbeck would be the optimal choice here, best fit and makes the most sense. Hasselbeck has at least one more, and probably a couple seasons left in him. He is a smart experienced veteran that is a great leader and could help develop Ponder—-not to mention Ponder and Hasselbeck have very similar skill sets and styles of play. If the Vikings can improve their 0-line and give Hasselbeck weapons and continue to focus their O around AP then he could be a good enough option at QB to help them make a playoff push in a brutally tough division.

    2. To me franchising Greenway was just a short term way of keeping him off the open market and not risk losing him while also not having to get into any potential bidding wars for his services. I am 100% certain we will see a multi year deal done with Greenway prior to the season starting.

    3. Berrian needs to go, hes far overpaid and a average receiver at best. On the other hand they need to think long and hard about Rice. Its easy to sit there and say Harvin is the future and the top guy in Minny but Harvin also has serious injury concerns with migraines that have limited him alot and could become a serious, career-challeging issue. Rice likely will get a huge deal in free agency but the Vikings would be foolish to not at least consider brining back a player they have invested a high draft pick and several years into when he is likely on the verge of becoming a legit pro bowl WR and still in his prime + young.

    4. The decision on Pat Williams NEEDS to be goodbye. He was great for a long stretch but that stretch is over. His play declined seriously and he is getting to the age where he cannot maintain high levels of play and likely will start to lose hisendurance even more. The Vikings really do not need to go out and sign a big FA at DT. Kevin Williams was far better than his stats suggest and was still an elite DT last season and should remain one for at least a few years. Former top 12 pick and 31 year old, 6’4″ 320 pound Jimmy Kennedy has played well in a backup/rotational role at NT and should be able to step up, specially next to all pros like Kevin Williams and Jared Allen and be a solid starter and just as good of an option as a guy like Anthony Adams as you mentioned without spending money in FA to do so.

    5. Agree….needs to go

    6. This should be said for EVERY team. lol

    7. NO……Randy Moss shouldnt even be considered. The Vikings are going young and will be building around Ponder at QB and Peterson at HB. Randy Moss is running out of gas plus putting him on a team based around the running game, with questionable at best QB play and offensive line and its a recipe for Moss being a complete non-factor when that playing time could go to a young hungry player that will go 100% on every play and possibly help the team long term. Brining back Moss will not help and makes no sense.

    ………………..Lastly…one of the Vikings TOP NEEDS is building and improving the O-line which is aging and mediocre at best. I am not sure how this wasnt near the top of your list, let alone not listed at all. Bryant McKinnie is becoming a liability, Steve Hutchinson isnt close to the dominating player he once was and Phil Loadholt is a big lumbering OT better suited as a backup. The Vikes would be very smart to bring in a couple mid-priced, versatile, relatively young offensive lineman in free agency……Marshall Yanda, Tyson Clabo or Harvey Dahl fit the bill.

  24. supersuckers3 says: Jul 25, 2011 9:25 PM

    This is too tempting to ignore. The Minnesota Vikings should do what nature tried to tell them to do. Take a step backward and blow it up. Adding Moss? Again? With a rookie QB? How is Ponder going to feel with Moss in the meeting room? Sometimes one step back equates to two steps forward. Do that three or four times and you are damn good. For a long time.

  25. thephantomstranger says: Jul 25, 2011 9:33 PM

    If they’re going to roll with #7 (bring back moss), then #8 has to be find a new caterer.

  26. thephantomstranger says: Jul 25, 2011 9:34 PM

    tjacks7 says:
    Jul 25, 2011 8:47 PM
    2. Find a fullback that doesn’t act as a 12th defender (Like Nafu Tahi does)
    _____________

    You may recall that sometimes he acts as a 12th man on offense, too.

  27. buhbay1c says: Jul 25, 2011 9:38 PM

    supersuckers3 says:
    This is too tempting to ignore. The Minnesota Vikings should do what nature tried to tell them to do.

    And Packer fans should do what nature intended them to do. Drink brandy, eat sausage, and get fat. Oh hang on a sec… I’ve been told they in fact are already doing this. Carry on.

  28. thephantomstranger says: Jul 25, 2011 9:45 PM

    This is a transition year for the Vikings. Despite that, they will likely have a better record than they did last year. I’ve been predicting 8-8 since the end of last season and I haven’t seen anything to change my mind. Getting rid of Favre and Childress, getting players back from injury, and adding a roof to the home stadium is enough to guarantee a better record than last year. The circus has left town.

    If the Vikings don’t make a big effort to re-sign Rice, you’ll know that they’re worried about his hip. They’ll probably sign Fitzy next year anyway.

  29. wipastor says: Jul 25, 2011 9:56 PM

    8. Sign former Packers players.

  30. favreblows says: Jul 25, 2011 9:57 PM

    No way the Queens win 8 games. They are by far the worst team in the division. The Lions are going to be damn tough. MN has about 5-6 really good players……and then a bunch of crap. Terrible O-Line, no WRs, terrible secondary, no QB……..come on! This is one bad team. Get rid of the bad contracts and blow this team up. Bring in somebody who will let Ponder ease into it and think about 2012.

    I see the Vikings going 0-6 in their division and 3-7 outside. Should get a decent draft pick.

  31. fwippel says: Jul 25, 2011 9:59 PM

    Re-sign Randy Moss? You have got to be joking.

    I wouldn’t cede on losing Sidney Rice. Yeah, they’ll have stiff competition, but Rice needs to stay in purple.

    A veteran QB? Why? We’ve been through this over and over again, and it’s time to start fresh. Webb vs. Ponder, and may the most mobile QB win because…..

    The Vikings desperately need to upgrade the OL. After signing Rice, that should be the next priority. Losing Berrian is no big deal.

  32. fedxnavy says: Jul 25, 2011 10:02 PM

    Their last year in minnesucka, then on to LA. Bye dont let Roof collapse again!

  33. balzosteel says: Jul 25, 2011 10:07 PM

    2009 was such a magical year for the Vikings, and yet it seems so very long ago. Mortgaging a team for the future is NEVER smart, and that is exactly what they did in acquiring Favre – which set this team back at least 5 years. With the Packers doing things the right way, and the Lions and Bears both making roars, it could be even longer before they see atop the division. Hey, not hatin’……just calling it as it is.

  34. welzy says: Jul 25, 2011 10:13 PM

    And Packer fans should do what nature intended them to do. Drink brandy, eat sausage, and get fat. Oh hang on a sec… I’ve been told they in fact are already doing this. Carry on.

    ————————————————

    If that includes continuing to win the Super Bowl, well, OK, if we gotta. I do agree that nature intended us to do so, that’s why it’s called the LOMBARDI TROPHY! Now hand me a Johnsonville Brat…

  35. youboettcha says: Jul 25, 2011 10:15 PM

    As a Packers fan, I hope Moss signs with the Vikings. Not because I hope he fails; just the opposite. I like Randy Moss and think he deserves a resection story.

  36. welzy says: Jul 25, 2011 10:20 PM

    Now for serious talk. Rice is just about the most overrated WR ever achieving free agency. He has proven nothing other than he can catch Favre’s passes. His hip injury is still questionable and there shouldn’t be any teams breaking the bank for his services. If it is, I hope it’s the Bears.

    The really funny part to this is that just a scant full season ago, Minnesota was LOADED with “special” players, and now they have to replace everything? Has any great team ever sunk so low so fast?

  37. supersuckers3 says: Jul 25, 2011 10:43 PM

    buhbay annonced…

    And Packer fans should do what nature intended them to do. Drink brandy, eat sausage, and get fat
    ———

    The thing is they can do that without the worry of what building their team will play in, the fear of liking bratwurst, or giving a crap about getting fat. Who cares? Do you?

  38. buhbay1c says: Jul 25, 2011 10:46 PM

    welzy says:
    Jul 25, 2011 10:13 PM
    And Packer fans should do what nature intended them to do. Drink brandy, eat sausage, and get fat. Oh hang on a sec… I’ve been told they in fact are already doing this. Carry on.

    ————————————————

    If that includes continuing to win the Super Bowl, well, OK, if we gotta. I do agree that nature intended us to do so, that’s why it’s called the LOMBARDI TROPHY! Now hand me a Johnsonville Brat…

    No way! A packer fan comes to a Vikings thread and throws the old lombardi trophy out there. Never saw it coming, btw nice use of the word “we”, when did you receive your super bowl ring Mr. Sausage fingers?

  39. hwy61rvstd says: Jul 25, 2011 11:25 PM

    I agree on all points, except for the item on considering Randy Moss. I was the biggest Randy Moss fan in his first stint here, I was ready to rekindle the hope that the true Superfreak had returned last year. All the while blissfully ignoring the fact Randy Moss is a horrible person. I literally burned any piece of Moss memorabilia I owned after I heard the infamous “I wouldn’t feed this sh*t to my dog” rant. I’m not a hard-line guy. I give second and maybe third chances to people, but Randy Moss is an example of what happens when a truly despicable human being is given the gift of size, speed, and ability.

  40. buhbay1c says: Jul 25, 2011 11:39 PM

    supersuckers3 says:
    Jul 25, 2011 10:43 PM
    buhbay annonced…

    And Packer fans should do what nature intended them to do. Drink brandy, eat sausage, and get fat
    ———
    The thing is they can do that without the worry of what building their team will play in, the fear of liking bratwurst, or giving a crap about getting fat. Who cares? Do you?

    No, I don’t care if packer fans are obese, which I was you won’t find me posting on their threads. If you don’t like what I have to say, don’t come in here and talk sh*t. But seriously, you guys are fat and make America look bad.

  41. buhbay1c says: Jul 25, 2011 11:41 PM

    *which is why. I hope phantomstranger doesn’t bust me on that grammar.

  42. arnoldziffel says: Jul 25, 2011 11:42 PM

    Tempermental cantankerous lard ass Randy … back in the good ol’ North Division …

    Ahh … it’ll seem like old times again.

    But – WHY?

    This team isn’t going anywhere this season … Why take up a roster spot with this 34 year old looney toon, instead of looking for a young player to develop alongside their youthful quarterback?

    But of course, he IS a role model.

  43. welzy says: Jul 25, 2011 11:45 PM

    No way! A packer fan comes to a Vikings thread and throws the old lombardi trophy out there. Never saw it coming
    ———————-
    I do believe this is an open thread. I have to keep up on the Vikes to keep up with my obviously misdirected older brother. You never say “we” when speaking of being a Vikes fan?

  44. thephantomstranger says: Jul 26, 2011 12:02 AM

    buhbay1c says:
    Jul 25, 2011 11:41 PM
    *which is why. I hope phantomstranger doesn’t bust me on that grammar.
    ___________

    I never comment on anyone’s grammar. I will comment on spelling, however, if the commenter misspells words while insulting the intelligence of another commenter. I also occasionally point out if a comment is unintelligible, but that would not include a simple mistake. I get a bad rap with the grammar thing. I blame Gerbschmidt for that.

  45. buhbay1c says: Jul 26, 2011 12:16 AM

    welzy says:
    Jul 25, 2011 11:45 PM
    No way! A packer fan comes to a Vikings thread and throws the old lombardi trophy out there. Never saw it coming
    ———————-
    I do believe this is an open thread. I have to keep up on the Vikes to keep up with my obviously misdirected older brother. You never say “we” when speaking of being a Vikes fan?

    Is your name Jordan? He is a friend with what you would call a “misdirected” older brother (Vikes fan). And I try to never use “we” when speaking of being a fan of my teams.

  46. welzy says: Jul 26, 2011 12:28 AM

    buhbay1c, you are invited to post on Packer forums, we welcome it. Just make sure you have intelligent, insightful things to say instead of your current crap.

    P.S. My fat Minnesota relatives are MUCH larger than my fat Wisconsin relatives.

  47. tinbender2000 says: Jul 26, 2011 2:02 AM

    welzy’s right buhbay,

    (1) This is an open forum

    (2) My states team has as good a chance to make the playoffs as the Vikings

    (3) My state doesn’t have a team

  48. purplereign28 says: Jul 26, 2011 3:54 AM

    bobnelsonjr says:
    Jul 25, 2011 8:57 PM

    1) The vikings have nothing to offer a veteran QB.
    Poor WR’s, a porous O-line that ended Favre’s career, and the uncertainty of where the team will play in the future.

    2) They better figure out their future regarding the franchise move or stadium lease.

    3) Greenway doesn’t matter they ought to rescind the tag and release him. He is only an average NFL LB and easily replaced.

    4) Find a couple of competent WR’s

    5) Strengthen that aging O-line.

    6) Shore up the weak pass defense.

    7) Replace the aging O-line.

    In short the team has to rebuild everywhere. The only thing they have to trade is an RB that is near the end of his productive years.

    They will be drafting in the top 5 next year.
    _________________________________________

    Who is this douche bag, and who decided he could talk? SKOL!

  49. richm2256 says: Jul 26, 2011 7:37 AM

    buhbay1c says:
    And Packer fans should do what nature intended them to do. Drink brandy, eat sausage, and get fat. Oh hang on a sec… I’ve been told they in fact are already doing this. Carry on.
    ——————————————————–

    The Vikings ended last season with their stadium roof – and their underwear – around their ankles, a washed up interception throwing quarterback whose arm was in the same shape as that roof, an offense and defense that don’t belong on a Pop Warner field, and their fiercest rivals hoisting the trophy that Vikes fans swore was their’s for the taking….

    And now they’re banking their hopes on getting Randy Moss back!

    I don’t think Viking’s fans have any room to be lobbing grenades at Packer fans today.

  50. youboettcha says: Jul 26, 2011 9:50 AM

    Thumbs up or down… Do you think Randy Moss deserves a good redemption story?

  51. ticewasbetter says: Jul 26, 2011 12:33 PM

    Stadium.
    Stadium.
    Stadium.

    O-linemen.

    Seriously, who did Moss play best under? Green, Tice, Billichick… Why?

    They are player coaches that new when to let Randy be Randy and when to tell Randy to shut it and just catch the football.

    What is Coach Frazier? A players coach.

    Go get something outta that wasted 3rd rounder coach Frazier. They had an outstanding first five selections in the 2011 draft. Bring Randy back for the final time and lets gets some value for that draft pick.

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