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  1. Follow my logic for a moment. The Baltimore Ravens have a young left offensive tackle that is potentially available in Gared Gaithers. He is 6-9 and 330lbs. He fits perfectly in the Cowboy’s offensive scheme. Flozell Adams is close to the end of the line. Dallas is in a win now mode. Dallas will not get a LOT of the quality of Gaithers with the 27th pick in the first round. The Raven’s need tight ends and defensive ends. Martellus Bennett and Marcus Spears have potentially been named as trade bait. The Redskins, the Cowboys hated rivals are reportedly interested in acquiring Gaithers. Am I crazy, or does a move to get this guy make too much sense?

    Comment by Edward Wigglesworth | March 14, 2010 | Reply

    • It might make sense, but that doesn’t mean Baltimore is going to do it. They just signed Todd Heap, so I doubt they are willing to give up too much for Bennett. Spears also probably would not fit their scheme well.

      Jared Gaither may make sense, but not that scenario. More likely is that Dallas will try to get him for less than a 1st rounder (potentially a 2nd and 4th or so). Still, I would call it unlikely.

      Comment by jongb35 | March 14, 2010 | Reply

  2. Jared Gaither makes too much sense what if they could deal there 2nd round pick and then a future 2nd round pick would the ravens accept that. I would really hate to give away alot of picks in this deep draft class this year and feel that the 2011 will be alot weaker class. The labor talks and the rookie cap that is going to invitable has alot of good players leaving early for the 2010 draft. Also wonder what your opinion on sign shawn andrews to a low guranteed money but high incentive contract if he ever stops acting like a head case this could be a low risk high reward move. Thanks and love the site a Boys fan in that live in the middle of eagles country.

    Comment by David Leitner | March 30, 2010 | Reply

    • Well I just heard the Ravens would accept a high 2nd (probably not a late). Dallas could probably get him for their 2nd and maybe 4th. A 2nd and future 2nd would probably be too much.

      I don’t think Andrews is a great idea, but I will take a look at that in our Mailbag for you.

      By the way, I am also from Philly. Where do you live?

      Comment by jongb35 | March 30, 2010 | Reply

      • I CURRENTLY LIVE IN ENGLEWOOD, FLORIDA. THANKS FOR ASKING

        Comment by Edward Wigglesworth | March 30, 2010

  3. I am from the fishtown area of the city.

    Comment by David Leitner | March 30, 2010 | Reply

    • Excellent. I have a lot of friends in that area.

      Comment by jongb35 | March 30, 2010 | Reply

  4. GAITHERS FOR TWO LOW SECOND ROUND DRAFT PICKS? PLEASE THAT’S A STEAL FOR A YOUNG 6-9 300+ LEFT TACKLE. YOU NOT GETTING A LOT OF GAITHER’S QUALITY WITH THE 227TH PICK IN THE DRAFT.

    Comment by Edward Wigglesworth | March 30, 2010 | Reply

    • It may be a steal, but I simply mean he can be had for less. Why give up two 2nds when you could possibly give up a 2nd and 4th.

      Comment by jongb35 | March 30, 2010 | Reply

  5. OOPS, 27TH PICK

    Comment by Edward Wigglesworth | March 30, 2010 | Reply


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