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  • Redskins' 1st, 2nd and 4th round picks.

    9 12.16%
  • Redskins' 1st and 2nd round picks and Jason Campbell.

    14 18.92%
  • Redskins' 1st and 2nd round picks, and #1 pick in 2011

    30 40.54%
  • Redskins' 1st and 2nd round picks and Andre Carter

    3 4.05%
  • Some other combination of picks and players (describe)

    5 6.76%
  • Not interested in a trade down to the 4th pick.

    13 17.57%
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    Re: Minimum Price for the No. 1 Pick

    Unfortuately we earned that #1 pick so I'm not interested in trading it away!


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    Re: Minimum Price for the No. 1 Pick

    I could go for their 1st and 2nd and next year's 1st. We could really get some playmakers at several positions with a deal like that.

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    Re: Minimum Price for the No. 1 Pick

    This years 1st,2nd, 4th and next years #1 and Jason Campbell

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    Re: Minimum Price for the No. 1 Pick

    Id probably need a first second third fourth seventh and a solid player. You want Bradford or Suh? You'll have to pay out your a$$...

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    Re: Minimum Price for the No. 1 Pick

    1st and 2nd this year. First next year and Andre Carter or Jason Campbell.

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    Re: Minimum Price for the No. 1 Pick

    Considering the Skins will probably be drafting in the top ten next year as well, I would definitely trade back three spots for another high second and a high first next year.

    Assuming that Bradford, Suh, and McCoy are all gone, I would be inclined to look at Spiller or Berry. Two play makers tha would help our team. Either that or convine the Lions they want Okung and trade them Washingtons second to go back up and grab Suh.

    That being said even as a type this I still want Bradford too much. I'm worried that I'm putting him on a pedestal...

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    Re: Minimum Price for the No. 1 Pick

    I'd have to be given a lot. I recently got on the Bradford bandwagon, and he looked hella impressive.

    Its hard to pass on such a talented QB.

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    Re: Minimum Price for the No. 1 Pick

    Uncapped year, I want all the compensation this year. Spend baby spend.
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    Re: Minimum Price for the No. 1 Pick

    I don't really want to move out of 1, but if the Rams were to do so, I'd hope it'd be a dance partner other than Washington. I'd say ideally the Bills would be the team to trade with. Being at 4, as pointed out already, doesn't leave us at much of a shot at any of the big 3 and probably makes us reach for a more realistic prospect.

    Buffalo sits at 9 and would have to give up more in compensation to get us to drop down 8 slots-- so that'd be nice. Not to mention at 9 it would make more sense to draft a player like Pierre-Paul or Haden rather than reaching for them from 4.

    Buffalo's 1, 3 and 4 would be fine for me. Then there's always a chance to take McCoy at the top of 2 (his pro-day was a solid outing) or the long since forgotten Dan LeFevour later in the draft.

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    Re: Minimum Price for the No. 1 Pick

    It would take a lot for me to drop to #4 and miss out (presumably) on Bradford, Suh and McCoy. If the Rams love Clausen then fair enough, do the deal. In that instance i would go for the Redskins 1st, 2nd and Andre Carter, or another suitable player. I wouldnt bother taking Campbell if the plan is to draft a QB at 4.

    Problem is by trading down to 4 you dont know who will go in the top 3 picks so you dont know whether you need to get Campbell in the trade or not!

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    Re: Minimum Price for the No. 1 Pick

    If it was any other team I don't think we'd get away with what I want...HOWEVER, considering it's Dan Snyder's Washington Redskins organization, I figured we could probably get #4 pick, their 2nd, 4th, Campbell and their first rounder next year.


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    Re: Minimum Price for the No. 1 Pick

    I picked Trade for Washingtons 1st (4th overall), there second and first in 2011.

    I would trade down again to around the 5th - 10th pick and draft DE D. Morgan or DE P-Paul and receive a extra 2nd or two 3rds.

    Maybe trade one of the Extra 2nds or 3rds for WR Branden Marshell or TE Scheffler from Denver.

    That would save the Rams alot of $$$$$ when there is a cap and a Rookie pay scale or cap in 2011 or 2012.

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    Re: Minimum Price for the No. 1 Pick

    Quote Originally Posted by TylerBishop View Post
    Wash send us : 1st and Albert Haynesworth (they don't really have a spot for besides end now)

    they get our 1:1
    That would be my pick also.

    And then we hope that the Lions take a OT so that we can pick up McCoy or Suh and suddenly we have the best D line in the NFL and a VERY good defence And most of our money bound in the D-line.........

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    Re: Minimum Price for the No. 1 Pick

    I'd rather just draft Bradford.

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    Re: Minimum Price for the No. 1 Pick

    Quote Originally Posted by sosa39rams View Post
    I'd rather just draft Bradford.


    Me too. Remember what Warner did for the Rams ? I think Bradford has HUGE upside.

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