CONSIDER how much cap space is wrapped up in WR’s DeSean Jackson, Riley Cooper and Jeremy Maclin (26 million). Consider Jackson’s dissatisfaction with an already gaudy contract. Consider now having to deal with any fallout from Jackson’s “Jaccpot” endeavors.
All things considered, it seems there are grumblings about trading DeSean Jackson.
First: Trading DJax wasn’t my idea. If you want my sources I will rat them out for you. Just ask.
Second: This wasn’t my idea, but it might not be completely crazy. Or is it? I don’t know. The idea is still so new, that I’m still getting used to it. I’m soaking it up
If we do go through with it, I just don’t want to get hosed on the deal. I don’t want a situation where we trade DJax to say…I don’t know, MIAMI. For Dion Jordan. Then we end up with a project, while the Fish end up with DJax on one side and Mike Wallace on the other.
That would be a bullshit ass trade.
If we were to trade Jackson, I’d want to trade him out of the conference. I’d send him to the AFC. Perhaps to the Chiefs for James Houston or Dontari Poe and a 4th rounder. Or maybe to Buffalo for Jairus Byrd and a pick. Like I said, just don’t get hosed.
It sounds weird to say, but this is something we could manage and maybe even profit from in the long run.
Where do you stand on this? Leave a comment. Let’s hear it.
Note: Jarius Byrd is a free agent.
And This will never happen. Trust me on that
I kind of hope I can. I think they’re overpaying DJax, but I don’t see a #1 on the roster if he goes.
Why would you trade your top playmaker? Aren’t we trying to win here?
I think it’s all the other stuff that comes with it, added to the fact that he’s a vastly over-paid player considering his production as a WR in crunch time over the course of his career. The way a 3rd round pick, in 1-on-1, took him out of the Saints game about sums it up.
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