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A trade for Harbaugh....possible? Per Schecter

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On the telecast he said that a team will be calling about Harbaugh if the Ravens lose today. The speculation is that it may get be Tampa.

 

What would you want to trade him? And under what circumstances ? John might refuse to sign the extension and if he does that might do it for me.

I think I am willing to listen whether the Ravens win or not....And why not if he's not interested in extending.

 

 

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2 hours ago, dorfmac said:

I’d trade him if he won’t sign, promote wink.

first round pick and Bradley roby

Roby plays for Denver.....I was thinking of something like Quinn and the pick. I'd get it's closer to a second.

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Pet Florio .... Miami and Broncos interestec

 

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So what would the Ravens want? No one has attached a specific price tag yet, but there’s chatter that the Ravens will want a pair of first-round picks.

Take the pick and hire his brother away from 

Michgan

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According to some reports, he is Denver’s plan A. 

 

If it’s Tampa, I dunno. Hargreaves and a first, but that’s likely too much.

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4 minutes ago, dorfmac said:

According to some reports, he is Denver’s plan A. 

 

If it’s Tampa, I dunno. Hargreaves and a first, but that’s likely too much.

I'd take two 1st and sign Jim away from Michigan 

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I saw you mention that. Jim Harbaugh is the last person I’d want coaching our team. I don’t really know. McDaniels is an easy name to throw out, but I think he did the colts dirty and I’m not sure I trust him.

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21 minutes ago, Roll Tide said:

I'd take two 1st and sign Jim away from Michigan 

No one is giving you two first round picks for Harbaugh. 

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2 minutes ago, dorfmac said:

I saw you mention that. Jim Harbaugh is the last person I’d want coaching our team. I don’t really know. McDaniels is an easy name to throw out, but I think he did the colts dirty and I’m not sure I trust him.

No interest in McDaniel....Id go get a college coach.

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Just now, atomic said:

No one is giving you two first round picks for Harbaugh. 

Just going off reports from Florio. 

 

So far interested teams are Tampa, Miami, and Denver's Plan A

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7 minutes ago, Roll Tide said:

Just going off reports from Florio. 

 

 So far interested teams are Tampa, Miami, and Denver's Plan A

Tampa should be drafting pretty high. If they want to give us their first round pick I would drive Harbaugh down to Florida myself.  

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1 minute ago, atomic said:

Tampa should be drafting pretty high. If they want to give us their first round pick I would drive Harbaugh down to Florida myself.  

You could trade Miam Harbaugh and Joe together😉

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