Michael Huff

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  1. sanchizeqb

    sanchizeqb Active Member

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    He's on the trade block. What would it take to get him?
     
  2. Hemi

    Hemi Active Member

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    I would guess a first rounder? He was pretty good last year wasn't he?
     
  3. KurtTheJetsFan

    KurtTheJetsFan Well-Known Member

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    I'm surprised he's on the block and not schwiegert.
     
  4. KRhodesMVP

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    The #36 pick
     
  5. Kramer

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    Yeah the Raiders will demand a first rounder or early second (HEY!) but Huff has a six year, 43 million dollar contract. That's going to be hard to trade..
     
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    APK 8 Well-Known Member

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    Throw in Rob Ryan and I'll make the trade.
     
  7. McCluneNYJ

    McCluneNYJ Active Member

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    Where are you finding this information? I only see it on Message Boards, which I tend not to believe without other media coverage.

    Huff would look great in our secondary, if he is, in fact available. He would probably be the type that can play CB on a large reciever or SS. Didn't he play CB at Texas?
     
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  8. Kramer

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    http://www.ibabuzz.com/raidersblog/2008/02/24/safety-challenged/
    :)
     
  9. SouthBayJetsfan4life

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    Word here on the Left Coast is that Al wants to get rid of him badly. It won't take a first rounder, because for the most he's underachieved. Also with the signing of Gibril Wilson, the Raiders will be looking to dump his salary.I bet he could be had for a fourth.
     
  10. JetRizing89

    JetRizing89 Well-Known Member

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    he has struggled big time but if they would take a 3rd or a 4th id take a chance provided he is willing to restrcuture
     
  11. mj2sexay

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    We have three fourths. If one of them is what it takes to get this guy I say do it.
     
  12. McCluneNYJ

    McCluneNYJ Active Member

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    If a fourth would do it, then I wouldn't hesitate.

    That being said, how can the Raiders afford the escalated cap hit from trading him?

    I would cost them more than $11 million on the cap this year if he is traded.
     
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    25*Rh0desWarri0r*25 New Member

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    The steelers FO sucks. They expect to get a 1st rnd pick for an unproven saftey and sign tom kelly to a 50mil contract. their tard-nuggets.
     
  14. Kramer

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    Psst...Raiders! ;)
     
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