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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Originally Posted by BlackandBlue Originally Posted by saintswhodi Originally Posted by BlackandBlue how about Stallworth and a 6th? No. even though you hate me..... Diva's been a great influence on you B&B, I do believe you've mellowed. I'm still in ...

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Old 04-17-2006, 03:49 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by BlackandBlue
Originally Posted by saintswhodi
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how about Stallworth and a 6th?
No.


even though you hate me.....
Diva's been a great influence on you B&B, I do believe you've mellowed.

I'm still in your corner about Grant for Walker by the way. The crushing grip of logic has me. I might even give them Joe Horn and Onome Ojo if they'd give us Walker and their #5.
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Old 04-17-2006, 03:50 PM   #12
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Who is this Javon Walker guy we speak of? Never heard of him... pass.

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Old 04-17-2006, 04:04 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by saintswhodi
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I would not give up a second for him. I like him, but he's only had one good season-injured the rest of the time. T.O. was traded for a 3rd (much better receiver than Walker) & Eric Moulds was traded for a 5th (more Pro Bowl seasons than Walker-w/ crappy QBs throwing him the ball I might add). As much as I like Walker, a second is too much considering what he's proved so far. Stallworth had the same type rookie season as Walker w/ less I.R. time in the last 3 seasons. Do you guys think we could get a second for him? I could warm up to giving up a 3rd for him though.
A second next year is too much? Not to me it isn't.
WAY too much. The guy is coming off of a serious injury and has had one good season.
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Old 04-17-2006, 04:05 PM   #14
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Originally Posted by SAINTSFAN834
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I would not give up a second for him. I like him, but he's only had one good season-injured the rest of the time. T.O. was traded for a 3rd (much better receiver than Walker) & Eric Moulds was traded for a 5th (more Pro Bowl seasons than Walker-w/ crappy QBs throwing him the ball I might add). As much as I like Walker, a second is too much considering what he's proved so far. Stallworth had the same type rookie season as Walker w/ less I.R. time in the last 3 seasons. Do you guys think we could get a second for him? I could warm up to giving up a 3rd for him though.
A second next year is too much? Not to me it isn't.
WAY too much. The guy is coming off of a serious injury and has had one good season.
What?? To each his own I guess.
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Old 04-17-2006, 04:07 PM   #15
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Who's the guy we drafted last year and got injured 1st day of training camp? Chase Lyman? Trade them straight up. Otherwise, why bother.
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Who's the guy we drafted last year and got injured 1st day of training camp? Chase Lyman? Trade them straight up. Otherwise, why bother.
Papz is gonna shoot you for that. lol
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Originally Posted by saintswhodi
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I would not give up a second for him. I like him, but he's only had one good season-injured the rest of the time. T.O. was traded for a 3rd (much better receiver than Walker) & Eric Moulds was traded for a 5th (more Pro Bowl seasons than Walker-w/ crappy QBs throwing him the ball I might add). As much as I like Walker, a second is too much considering what he's proved so far. Stallworth had the same type rookie season as Walker w/ less I.R. time in the last 3 seasons. Do you guys think we could get a second for him? I could warm up to giving up a 3rd for him though.
A second next year is too much? Not to me it isn't.
YES. He has not proven himself to garnish a second round pick. There are much more proven receivers being traded for 3rd-6th rounders. No offense whodi. I like Walker, but it's not worth it when you think of the receivers we could have got for far less in trade.
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LOL! Chase Lyman... are you crazy?! He's a stud in the making man... though we might be getting fair value in return.
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Originally Posted by gandhi1007
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I would not give up a second for him. I like him, but he's only had one good season-injured the rest of the time. T.O. was traded for a 3rd (much better receiver than Walker) & Eric Moulds was traded for a 5th (more Pro Bowl seasons than Walker-w/ crappy QBs throwing him the ball I might add). As much as I like Walker, a second is too much considering what he's proved so far. Stallworth had the same type rookie season as Walker w/ less I.R. time in the last 3 seasons. Do you guys think we could get a second for him? I could warm up to giving up a 3rd for him though.
A second next year is too much? Not to me it isn't.
YES. He has not proven himself to garnish a second round pick. There are much more proven receivers being traded for 3rd-6th rounders. No offense whodi. I like Walker, but it's not worth it when you think of the receivers we could have got for far less in trade.
Um, you do realize this would be a second for NEXT YEAR right? A second for NEXT YEAR is worth about as much as, or less than, a third THIS YEAR. A second for NEXT YEAR is not too much to give up for Walker. I strongly have to disagree there. And what is your examples of receivers getting picks this year? Eric Moulds? On his last legs. Brandon Lloyd? Walker is worth about 10 of that guy. Walker is in his prime. A second for NEXT YEAR would be right about perfect. And the great thing about picks for NEXT YEAR, is they can be conditional, based on playing time and stats and such.
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Old 04-17-2006, 04:44 PM   #20
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No way Walker is worthy of a trade for Grant. WR is not a need for us right now. If we made this trade, we'd be opening up a HUGE hole at DE, and would force us to take Mario Williams in the draft. Meanwhile, we wouldn't be able to use that pick to fill one of the REAL holes that we have RIGHT NOW. It's just dumb and not worth it, especially when Stallworth seems to be emerging as a potential #1 receiver and we have Horn wrapped up.
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