is everything you say about AH just sarcasm, or do you really belive that sh!t
I should have expected nothing less from this forum.. Smh I clearly stated that I was aware our reciever corps is set and we have other pressing issues
Reading comprehension 101 anyone?
I don't think this has been brought up...When was Harvin drafted? #22 in the first round of 2009. Who was the #7 pick in that first round of 2009?
I don't see where anyone flamed you or put you on blast. Most just say no, it would not be a good idea.
The better question is ‘what are the reasons I wouldn’t take this job.’ I mean, I’ll be here…yall won’t eat dinner tonight with all the reasons I have to take this job. Guys, this is where I came from. I’m back home now. I’m back home. - Reggie McKenzie
How does this "al's shadow" clown/troll successfully manage to derail another thread with this "Haynesworth is Hall of Fame-worthy" bull**** and not get banned or warned or something? smh.
This isnt the Al Davis led raiders anymore we wont trade away picks for a guy looking for a payday. We have good competition right now at reciever with the rookies pushing hard for playing time already, no need to add another reciever
Harvin has missed just three games in three years. He is very durable.
That said, this has more to do than just names for names (Ford/Murphy for Harvin). There is also major salary and cap consideration. Ford and Murphy get paid peanuts. Harvin wants top dollar. You guys throwing out these trade scenarios need to consider this aspect as well. This isn't fantasy football.
Peterson is down, and won't be the same after that freak injury. Trade DMC, for Peterson and Percy. Straight up . lol
There will be no more additions to the WR core. Lots of talent/depth there already. I think most of the Raider Nation can agree on that.
No. We have more pressing needs. There are other free agents such as Benson & Battle that I would rather pick up. Not to mention the defense.
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