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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Just wondering, if Atl thought that Quinn was more NFL ready... Would they trade for him and give Cleveland some of their many pick and maybe draft OL or DL with the 3rd pick? Since they signed Anderson to a ...

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Old 04-14-2008, 02:03 PM   #1
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Atl to trade for Brady Quinn?

Just wondering, if Atl thought that Quinn was more NFL ready... Would they trade for him and give Cleveland some of their many pick and maybe draft OL or DL with the 3rd pick? Since they signed Anderson to a big deal this offseason. Hagan or Pak.. You guys know what they might have to give up?
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Old 04-14-2008, 02:14 PM   #2
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Re: Atl to trade for Brady Quinn?

considering the browns traded their first round pick this year to get quinn and the deal that anderson signed this year is a 3 year deal that includes a 5 million dollar roster bonus due in 2009... theres a chance that the browns might look to trade anderson next year before the bonus is due or cut him and let quinn take over... they arent trading quinn... they like him alot and really thought long and hard about drafting him at #3 overall last year
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Old 04-14-2008, 02:38 PM   #3
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Re: Atl to trade for Brady Quinn?

The Browns gave 13 million dollars in guaranteed money to Anderson. He'll be there for the next 2 season at least while Quinn learns the ropes. Should Anderson falter or regress, they'll have Brady waiting in the wings. This is pretty much the same situation the Chargers had with Brees/Rivers. It's a good problem to have and both are very affordable for the Browns to keep both through the full length of their contracts.

I think the Falcons need to build their line first... which is more important than trading for a quarterback who'd get murdered his rookie and sophomore years hindering their development (example David Carr). They need to cross their fingers and hope Jake Long falls to 3 imo. Take a quarterback in the second round to develop or trade back late into the first and select whoever they feel is the second best quarterback in this draft.

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