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    2007 NFL Combine: Biggest Losers

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    Re: 2007 NFL Combine: Biggest Losers

    An NFL First: Reporters Watching Combine Workout
    Posted February 25, 2007 by Roy Cummings
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    Re: 2007 NFL Combine: Biggest Losers

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    Re: 2007 NFL Combine: Biggest Losers

    Ii don't know a lot about Anthony Gonzalez/WR/Ohio State. Sounds like he has something.
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    Re: 2007 NFL Combine: Biggest Losers

    "COJOMAY" wrote:
    Ii don't know a lot about Anthony Gonzalez/WR/Ohio State. Sounds like he has something.
    I've been calling for the Vikings to try to draft him for a couple months now.
    I like him better than Ted Ginn, that's for sure.

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    Re: 2007 NFL Combine: Biggest Losers

    I've been saying this for a couple of weeks now but don't seem to get much of a response...
    Unless we can move up to Cleveland's spot and pick up Calvin Johnson and be absolutely sure we'd get him, I think the Vikes should trade down. This kid Gonzalez/WR/Ohio State is going to be available at a later pickup. This draft is deep in wide receivers that will go in the middle or the late first round. Picking up a second or third round pick for dropping down 10 or 12 slots will allow the Vikes to trade for a for a good FA pickup. Plus even if you trade the high round pick for moving down, we'll still have a second round pick to select a tight end. It's a win/win deal. It seems to me that we should give up out #7 pick and pick him up Gonzalez at a lower position. He probably won't even go in the first round. We could get at least another 2nd round pick as well as a first round pick and if we throw in Smoot, we could get even more.
    Tell me why this is NOT a good idea?
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    Re: 2007 NFL Combine: Biggest Losers

    "COJOMAY" wrote:
    I've been saying this for a couple of weeks now but don't seem to get much of a response...
    Unless we can move up to Cleveland's spot and pick up Calvin Johnson and be absolutely sure we'd get him, I think the Vikes should trade down. This kid Gonzalez/WR/Ohio State is going to be available at a later pickup. It seems to me that we should give up out #7 pick and pick him up at a lower position. He probably won't even go in the first round. We could get at least another 2nd rou9nd pick as well as a first round pick and if we throw in Smoot, we could get even more.
    Tell me why this is NOT a good idea?
    It's a great idea. It's exactly what I hope will happen.

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    Re: 2007 NFL Combine: Biggest Losers

    "COJOMAY" wrote:
    I've been saying this for a couple of weeks now but don't seem to get much of a response...
    Unless we can move up to Cleveland's spot and pick up Calvin Johnson and be absolutely sure we'd get him, I think the Vikes should trade down. This kid Gonzalez/WR/Ohio State is going to be available at a later pickup. It seems to me that we should give up out #7 pick and pick him up at a lower position. He probably won't even go in the first round. We could get at least another 2nd rou9nd pick as well as a first round pick and if we throw in Smoot, we could get even more.
    Tell me why this is NOT a good idea?
    I'm all for trading down and think we will.
    As far as Smoot is concerned, his payscale for his production is too high and he has a relatively low street value right now....maybe a package of oreos (single-stuff) and a half gallon of skim milk with no glass.
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    Re: 2007 NFL Combine: Biggest Losers

    "Prophet" wrote:
    "COJOMAY" wrote:
    I've been saying this for a couple of weeks now but don't seem to get much of a response...
    Unless we can move up to Cleveland's spot and pick up Calvin Johnson and be absolutely sure we'd get him, I think the Vikes should trade down. This kid Gonzalez/WR/Ohio State is going to be available at a later pickup. It seems to me that we should give up out #7 pick and pick him up at a lower position. He probably won't even go in the first round. We could get at least another 2nd rou9nd pick as well as a first round pick and if we throw in Smoot, we could get even more.
    Tell me why this is NOT a good idea?
    I'm all for trading down and think we will.
    As far as Smoot is concerned, his payscale for his production is too high and he has a relatively low street value right now....maybe a package of oreos (single-stuff) and a half gallon of skim milk with no glass.
    I'm all for getting the best value for your draft picks whether it's trading up, trading down or staying put.

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    Re: 2007 NFL Combine: Biggest Losers

    Man I love this time of year.
    My vote would be Jamarcus Russell or Troy Smith.
    Both came in out of shape/over weight etc.


    Now the rumors will start in earnest...... ;D

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