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    If what Madden says is true (consider the source!), I would hope that rather than just lose him, the Steelers would trade him and get something in return.

    I raelize that big time trades aren't made that often (Cutler notwithstanding), but guys walking away--when they still have "football" in them--can't be good either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCBill View Post
    If what Madden says is true (consider the source!), I would hope that rather than just lose him, the Steelers would trade him and get something in return.

    I raelize that big time trades aren't made that often (Cutler notwithstanding), but guys walking away--when they still have "football" in them--can't be good either.
    hes kinda old to trade away especially with a franchise tag pricetag
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    Quote Originally Posted by DCBill View Post
    If what Madden says is true (consider the source!), I would hope that rather than just lose him, the Steelers would trade him and get something in return.

    I raelize that big time trades aren't made that often (Cutler notwithstanding), but guys walking away--when they still have "football" in them--can't be good either.
    I hear what you're saying, but that would mean they would have to go into next season without him or franchise him and then trade him. I'm really not worried about it, they've been doing business like this for a long time and the only player I remember them letting go too early is Rod Woodson in 1992. Even Dan Rooney admits that was a mistake. In fact, he cites that as the Steelers biggest mistake on his watch.

    I think you all will like Bruce Davis a lot. He was terrific at UCLA and I really thought he was a steal. I personally gave him a solid 2nd round grade and had the Steelers taking him in the second round in several mocks. At UCLA he was the ultimate team player. Great leader who gave 110% every snap. We just haven't seen him yet because there's been no need.

    The Steelers simply manufacture OLB's, that has never been a problem. Let somebody else screw up their cap and hand Harrison $80 million dollars or so. By not signing Harrison, that should lock up Heath Miller.

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    I would love it if the Steelers were able to resign Heath Miller. He is imo a very good TE and one of the best in the NFL.

    I just hope Heath doesn't want the money that Winslow received from the Bucs. I doubt he will but you never know what these guys are thinking.

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