Quote: But with the San Francisco 49ers in dire straits in the return game -- Matt Maiocco of the Santa Rosa Press Democrat lists "return specialist" as one of the top two offseason needs -- and possessing two picks in the first round (No.'s 13 and 17 overall), might a trade be worked out?
Although this suggestion is wildly hypothetical, a trade could become possible at some point if Cribbs and his agent back up their tough talk this offseason and force the Browns' hand.
I would like him on the 49ers for sure. The big question is what does Cleveland want in return. They only offer him 1.4 a year for 6-years, yet they will want top dollar in compensation.
All depends on what we do in FA. If we are aggresive in FA and fill some of our needs, then we need less from the draft. If we need less from the draft, then it gives us more opportunity to explore trading picks.
Hmmmm. A threat to score every time the ball is in his hands, he is already proven, and your not paying for a guy that you can only geuss about. If I were Scott I wouldn't even hesitate to give up our second first round draft pick in which we got from the panthers. Sign him now.
if they aren't willing to pay him what he's worth, then believe me....they will not ask for a 1st round pick to get him. They dont value him that high so they would probably take 3rd or 4th rounder for him. Then, we'll have to pay him.
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