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Tony Pashos on the trading block

According to PFT. He is a very solid RT, a terrific run blocker. He would have to reduce his salary if he came here as a backup but boy would I love to have him behind Snyder.
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what team does he play for???
Originally posted by 49erman5692:
what team does he play for???

Jacksonville
Actually I think Pashos may be an upgrade over Snyder, he is a terrific run blocker. Either way he would give us a great backup and Snyder could also slide to LT if god forbid Staley ever got hurt.
Make a third thread in Ninertalk to top it off
is he starting already????

because they draftted Monroe and Britton
Pashos would be a good addition and decent competition for Snyder.
Originally posted by 49erman5692:
is he starting already????

because they draftted Monroe and Britton


I think Jacksonville is starting that Evan Britton that they drafted early in rd 2.
Originally posted by GoFD74:
Pashos would be a good addition and decent competition for Snyder.


I think he is probably as good as Adam Snyder, maybe a slightly better run blocker but slightly weaker in pass protection. He would be terrific depth, Im not counting on Snyder for staying healthy for 16 games.
So what you guys give for him?

I think trading for a backup RT that comes with a $4+ million price tag could be very expensive all around. They may want a decent pick and he may not be willing to negotiate a lower salary to work a trade to us. He may feel he's better off in FA if the Jags don't want him.
Originally posted by Overkill:
So what you guys give for him?

I think trading for a backup RT that comes with a $4+ million price tag could be very expensive all around. They may want a decent pick and he may not be willing to negotiate a lower salary to work a trade to us. He may feel he's better off in FA if the Jags don't want him.


Word is he would be willing to take a paycut or re-work his deal to go to another team, now im sure he wants to start as well. I just heard Jacksonville may end up cutting him if they can't trade him.
Originally posted by PatrickJira411:
Originally posted by Overkill:
So what you guys give for him?

I think trading for a backup RT that comes with a $4+ million price tag could be very expensive all around. They may want a decent pick and he may not be willing to negotiate a lower salary to work a trade to us. He may feel he's better off in FA if the Jags don't want him.


Word is he would be willing to take a paycut or re-work his deal to go to another team, now im sure he wants to start as well. I just heard Jacksonville may end up cutting him if they can't trade him.

I think he would be willing to take a paycut to go to the RIGHT team, but does he feel that is us? I just mean he has the ability to stop a trade if he wants to.
Originally posted by Overkill:
Originally posted by PatrickJira411:
Originally posted by Overkill:
So what you guys give for him?

I think trading for a backup RT that comes with a $4+ million price tag could be very expensive all around. They may want a decent pick and he may not be willing to negotiate a lower salary to work a trade to us. He may feel he's better off in FA if the Jags don't want him.


Word is he would be willing to take a paycut or re-work his deal to go to another team, now im sure he wants to start as well. I just heard Jacksonville may end up cutting him if they can't trade him.

I think he would be willing to take a paycut to go to the RIGHT team, but does he feel that is us? I just mean he has the ability to stop a trade if he wants to.


I don't know, Chris Forester our O-Line coach was his O-Line coach in Balt for 2yrs so I don't know if that helps or not....
Im sure that Jacksonville could use a WR??? Well, maybe not...I just looked they have a lot of young unproven guys but I guess they got Holt and Troy Williamson. We should have something they are looking or send them a lower pick.