Cushing on the Trade Block

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  1. bobloblaw

    bobloblaw Contributing Member

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  2. sealclubber1016

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    LOL

    On the block huh, I'm sure other teams are salivating.
     
  3. DaDakota

    DaDakota Contributing Member

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    Cushing for RG3

    DD
     
  4. Nick

    Nick Contributing Member

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    Both are damaged goods....
     
  5. Snow Villiers

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    Fair deal.
     
  6. The Real Shady

    The Real Shady Contributing Member

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    They were able to get a pick out of washed up Schaub so maybe they can get a 7th for Cushing. Can't see anyone wanting to trade for that contract though.
     
  7. Commodore

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    trading him for nothing but cap relief would be a good deal at this point
     
  8. conquistador#11

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    if this is true, why hasn't forte for cushing been done already. good trade for both teams right now.
     
  9. rezdawg

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    That contract ruins any chance of having a trade partner.

    Unless we take on a similar amount of money for a crap player, I don't see much happening.
     
  10. Buck Turgidson

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    "The Texans are open to trading Brian Cushing" reminds me of the 5'9" white HS kids who declare themselves eligible for the NBA draft.
     
  11. Commodore

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    interesting idea...
     
  12. Phillyrocket

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    Isn't he on a pretty cut friendly contract?

    Let him and Foster go this offseason.
     
  13. mick fry

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    Racist!
     
  14. TheRealist137

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    Unless the other team he's going to has steroids, he's not going to contribute whatsoever.
     
  15. Fulgore

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    Minus JJ and Hop the entire team should on the block
     
  16. leroy

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    I'd keep Duane Brown, too. Otherwise...yeah.
     
  17. prohibido

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    That's an enticing group of players right there. The league's GMs must be salivating. I hope Rick Smith has his iPhone charged, his 3G and 4G internet ready...
     
  18. Mr. Clutch

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    Yes, teams generally want to trade their overpaid players.

    Nice leak BOB
     
  19. MystikArkitect

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    The only team that would trade for a declining has been is...

    ...wait for it...

    ....the Texans.
     
  20. SWTsig

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    And that's the difference between top gm's like lunhow and money and bottom feeders like smith.... Buy low sell high is an unfamiliar concept to rick.
     
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