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lg11
It doesnt matter if he has in the past, thats the only way hes going to get Moss. What player(s) will we trade to get Moss?
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lg11
To get Moss, if the deal was right and it invovled a WR and a second or third he would be dumb not to do it. Yea didnt Seattle go to the SB two years ago?
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8/22/2003

Traded a 2004 conditional draft pick to Denver for P Mat McBriar.

4/10/2003
Traded an undisclosed conditional draft choice in 2004 to Atlanta for T Michael Thompson.

10/19/2004

Traded a 2005 conditional draft choice to Oakland for WR Jerry Rice.

Ahman Green was traded with a 5th round draft pick for a 6th and Fred Vinson.

Its not like he never did it, and its not like he had that much control since he wasnt the GM (at least I dont think he was). I have no doubt in my mind if he liked the deal and it involved a pick that he would do it.
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lg11
I searched it. Im repeating myself now so im done. I will mantain that if Thompson likes a deal that invovles a high draft pick he will make the trade. End of story.
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A high pick as in 1-3.
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Packers don't need Stallworth, and he's overrated this year because of the thin FA class at WR. He has never had a 1000 yard season in 5 years and has only played a full schedule twice. As far as being regarded as a deep threat, look at his YPC average. The two years it was anything special he had 25 & 38 receptions. Those are not overly dependable numbers.

[link=http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/players/stats?playerId=3541]http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/players/stats?playerId=3541[/link]

I am glad TT didn't go after him, it seems like he would fit in better with the Patriots than the Packers, and after this season he will be due a $6 million bonus. Unless he lights it up, he'll be back on the street again next year.


if he had no talent no one would have picked him up. and just because someone has a rough start doesnt mean they wont be good. with brett favre as your QB any reciever can be good. name all the players that have started terribly for 5 years and came out to be huge impacts in there team.


Nobody on this thread stated that Stallworth had "no talent".

So Robert Ferguson, Karsten Bailey, Charles Lee, Corey Bradford, Antonio Chatman, and Andre Thurman, just to name a few, are good receivers? The good receivers that Favre has been able to throw to are Sterling Sharpe, Antonio Freeman, Donald Driver,and Javon Walker. Those four, in their prime, would be accomplished receivers for just about any quarterback.

As far as naming all the players that have played poorly for 5 years and became huge impacts for a team that signed them; you are the one that thinks that Stallworth would have been a huge impact for the Packers, so shouldn't you be trying to show us the players that can overcome 5 years of mediocrity and injury prone play to become impact players? I can't think of too many myself...



Don't forget Robert Brooks and Andre Rison. Sure Rison was on the downside of his career when he was brought to Green Bay, but he was still and good and reliable receiver.

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Um....how can we claim that Rison was good and reliable when he only played about 6 games for the Packers.
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Ted made a signing this morning!


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Frank Walker signed a one-year contract with the Green Bay Packers this morning, PackerReport.com has learned. Walker, a backup cornerback with the New York Giants the past four seasons, is the Packers? first signing in free agency.



The amount of the contract was not disclosed, but it includes incentives and a signing bonus, according to Walker's agent Harold Lewis.


?It?s a great one-year deal for him to do what he has to do, and we believe it?s a great place for him to do it," Lewis said. "We believe that they will sign him long-term at some point this year.?


Walker, who turns 26 on Aug. 6, started one game in 2006 and five games overall with the Giants since he was selected with the second of two sixth round picks by the Giants in the 2003 NFL draft out of Tuskegee (Ala.). Last year, he found himself buried on the depth chart behind starters [link=http://scout.scout.com/a.z?s=61&p=8&c=1&nid=2984248]Sam Madison[/link] and [link=http://scout.scout.com/a.z?s=61&p=8&c=1&nid=2984250]R.W.[/link][link=http://scout.scout.com/a.z?s=61&p=8&c=1&nid=2984250]McQuarters[/link], and fighting for playing time in passing defenses against [link=http://scout.scout.com/a.z?s=61&p=8&c=1&nid=2984252]Corey Webster[/link] (a second round draft pick by the Giants in 2005) and rookie free agent [link=http://scout.scout.com/a.z?s=61&p=8&c=1&nid=2984247]Kevin Dockery[/link].


Walker (5-foot-10, 197) played in 10 games for the Giants last season and finished with nine tackles, no interceptions and no sacks. In four seasons in New York, he had 53 tackles, five interceptions, and nine passes defensed.

Walker met with the New Orleans Saints over the weekend, and worked out for the Packers on Monday. Both sides agreed to the deal while Walker was literally on the plane in Green Bay for Seattle to meet with the Seahawks this morning.


"With seven minutes to takeoff time, we agreed to a contract," Lewis explained. "They had to open up the doors and try to get his luggage, which they couldn?t get, it was shipped off to Seattle. Security came because they didn?t want him to get off the plane and leave luggage on. It was just a frickin? mess.?


Walker presumably will be playing for the No. 3 or No. 4 positions behind starters Al Harris and Charles Woodson. Current Packers backup cornerbacks include Patrick Dendy, who finished the 2006 season as the team's nickel back; Jarrett Bush, who played some as a dime back; and Will Blackmon, who was selected in the fourth round of the NFL draft last season, but missed most of the year with injuries.


The Packers are also expected to select a cornerback in the upcoming NFL draft.
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