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Most likely to be on another team

Last year, there was a late trade for Parys. This year, this is depth at a few spots and we're not going to be able to hang on to everyone. Who are the guys that will most likely make another squad (either by a trade or a waiver wire pick up)?

Snyder? Dobbs?
LaMichael James
Originally posted by ghostrider:
LaMichael James

This one is so obvious, wish they'd just do it already
Originally posted by Janitor:
Originally posted by ghostrider:
LaMichael James

This one is so obvious, wish they'd just do it already

Complete waste of a second round pick. When BPA goes wrong?
Originally posted by 9erfanAUS:
Originally posted by Janitor:
Originally posted by ghostrider:
LaMichael James

This one is so obvious, wish they'd just do it already

Complete waste of a second round pick. When BPA goes wrong?

unconvinced he was BPA.
Originally posted by Janitor:
Originally posted by ghostrider:
LaMichael James

This one is so obvious, wish they'd just do it already

He's going to be a good player wherever he goes...good luck to him.
Likely: LMJ

Unlikely: K.Hunter (we drop him over LMJ, due to LMJs return ability), Osgood (ST value), Baldwin (someone may take a flier on him), J.Johnson, L.Okoye, K.Acker.
Originally posted by English:
Originally posted by 9erfanAUS:
Originally posted by Janitor:
Originally posted by ghostrider:
LaMichael James

This one is so obvious, wish they'd just do it already

Complete waste of a second round pick. When BPA goes wrong?

unconvinced he was BPA.

LaMike is very talented, unfortunately for him he has been unable to surpass Hunter, his blocking skill and ball security are subpar and I get the sense the vision of what they wanted the offense to be has changed, and so has his role in it as a result. Who knows, we may see tons of him this year in this "new" offense they've talked about.

Other than James, I would have to say Celek and Dobbs are likely candidates.
[ Edited by KowboyKiller on Jul 5, 2014 at 12:17 PM ]
Here's who I think:

LMJ
G. Celek
B. Lloyd
C. Jacobs
A. Snyder
R. Seymour
D. Dobbs
N. Moody
P. Cox
D. Morris
C. Dahl
The loser between the Quinton Dial/Tony Jerrod-Eddie roster battle

Why? Because everyone in front of the above either adds more value to the team, has the better upside, or is just outright better. And let us not forget the numbers game, which ALL teams eventually have to have a "come to Jesus" moment on (see the Dial/Jerrod-Eddie battle). With a team this deep and talented I suspect that JH & Co. are gonna have a lot of "come to Jesus" moments about this roster.

What a terrific problem to have
[ Edited by 9ersLiferInChicago on Jul 5, 2014 at 2:51 PM ]
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Originally posted by 9ersLiferInChicago:
D. Sampson

Waived May 12, 2014.
Originally posted by DeUh:
Waived May 12, 2014.

I know. But don't nick-pick. Its corrected.
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Most likely ?

LaMichael James
Garrett Celek
Adam Snyder
Demarcus Dobbs
Craig Dahl


Originally posted by 9ersLiferInChicago:
I know. But don't nick-pick. Its corrected.

[ Edited by DeUh on Jul 5, 2014 at 5:07 PM ]
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If the team is looking to trade a player, I think that Hunter would bring the most.

I would not like to see Hunter traded, but a trade for him is possible.

The player I would like to see traded is James, but he will only be traded if someone can take his place returning punts.

We might be able to get a 7th round pick for Snyder. If we can, Snyder should be traded. It is time to get some solid youngsters on the offensive line.

We also might gain a late round pick, a 6th or 7th round pick, for Dobbs. TJE outplayed him last year and Dobbs function as a tight end seems more imaginary than real.

Originally posted by 9ersLiferInChicago:
Here's who I think:

LMJ
G. Celek
B. Lloyd
C. Jacobs
A. Snyder
R. Seymour
D. Dobbs
N. Moody
P. Cox
D. Morris
C. Dahl
The loser between the Quinton Dial/Tony Jerrod-Eddie roster battle

Why? Because everyone in front of the above either adds more value to the team, has the better upside, or is just outright better. And let us not forget the numbers game, which ALL teams eventually have to have a "come to Jesus" moment on (see the Dial/Jerrod-Eddie battle). With a team this deep and talented I suspect that JH & Co. are gonna have a lot of "come to Jesus" moments about this roster.

What a terrific problem to have

No way we get rid of Morris.
Originally posted by 9ersLiferInChicago:
Here's who I think:

LMJ
G. Celek
B. Lloyd
C. Jacobs
A. Snyder
R. Seymour
D. Dobbs
N. Moody
P. Cox
D. Morris
C. Dahl
The loser between the Quinton Dial/Tony Jerrod-Eddie roster battle

Why? Because everyone in front of the above either adds more value to the team, has the better upside, or is just outright better. And let us not forget the numbers game, which ALL teams eventually have to have a "come to Jesus" moment on (see the Dial/Jerrod-Eddie battle). With a team this deep and talented I suspect that JH & Co. are gonna have a lot of "come to Jesus" moments about this roster.

What a terrific problem to have
LMJ is my first choice, too.

However, if Lloyd continues his great play in TC, I think they keep him. He could be a real red zone threat. Also, they won't trade Morris or Moody. I'm not sure anyone wants Snyder,Cox or Celek in a trade. Dobbs is a possibility. So are Dahl, Seymour and maybe Jacobs.