DOLPHINS: Wildcat Debut
thebigfish at smunet.net
Fri Apr 17 11:57:14 GMT 2009
Well, that may be true in theory, but I seriously doubt any team would
be willing to cough up what Jeff Ireland would want for their star
running back. I think you've seen the end of trading players to the
Pats et al. I'm sure if the Pats wanted to fork over 3 or 4 first
round picks and a lot of cash Jeff might consider it, but I'm sure
Ronnie isn't worried about being traded...
On Apr 17, 2009, at 6:29 AM, Salas, Randy wrote:
> If that's true, you can bet that the Patriots will be the first in
> line to grab him. They always sign Dolphins players who have big
> games against them.
> GM Jeff Ireland has said that every player is on the trading block
> for the right price, as a standing policy. It doesn't mean the team
> is actively shopping guys. But that led to speculation about who was
> the most likely to qualify based on what he was worth and his
> contract situation. That's where you heard Ronnie's name. It was
> just conjecture by some writer.
> From: dolphins-disc-bounces at phins.com [dolphins-disc-
> bounces at phins.com] On Behalf Of ldouglas [ldouglas at gmail.com]
> Sent: Thursday, April 16, 2009 6:26 PM
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> Subject: Re: DOLPHINS: Wildcat Debut
> btw - what's this about Ronnie being on the block b/c of his contract
> expiring next season?
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