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    If we loose Sanders, the Steelers should go after a restricted wr from San Diego D. Alexander a game changer 6'5"230. He
    would help us get our passing game on track. Then draft Patterson in the first. I think we would have to give up a 5th or 6th
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    Sanders Signs Offer with Pats

    Lloyd released, signing getting close!
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    Alexander wouldn't cost anything to sign in terms of picks. SD would just have the right to match.

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    Sanders Signs Offer with Pats

    Quote Originally Posted by Big T View Post
    Alexander wouldn't cost anything to sign in terms of picks. SD would just have the right to match.
    How much are you willing to offer a guy with permanent knee damage?

    Im interested too... But it can't be viewed as a solution, more like a lottery ticket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NeilPatrickBanana View Post
    How much are you willing to offer a guy with permanent knee damage?

    Im interested too... But it can't be viewed as a solution, more like a lottery ticket.
    Not to mention have we ever went after a restricted? I cant think of any...
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    Sanders Signs Offer with Pats

    SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 2013

    No movement on Sanders
    Emmanuel Sanders has not received, nor has he signed, an offer sheet from the New England Patriots.

    It could be forthcoming in the coming days, but at this point, he remains property of the Steelers.

    New England did release starting wideout Brandon Lloyd on Saturday rather than pay him a $3 million roster bonus, so the Patriots, who have already lost Wes Welker, do have something of a need at the position, though they have signed Donald Jones and Jeremy Amendola.

    Jones, however, is something of a China doll, so the Patriots could still be looking for more help there.

    But even if the Steelers were to lose Sanders, is it that big of a deal?

    Certainly, he's No. 2 on the depth chart right now behind Antonio Brown, and he's a promising young receiver, but he's also one who has played in 16 games just once in three seasons while playing in a limited role.

    You could make the argument that the Steelers might be better served if he does sign with New England and they receive a third-round pick in return.

    That would also clear $1.323 million in cap space for Pittsburgh, which could then sign another receiver or go hard after another free agent, let's say Victor Butler, as a possible replacement for James Harrison.

    With four picks in the first three rounds of the draft, the Steelers could then do what they did in 2010 when they selected Sanders in the third round and Antonio Brown in the sixth.

    Given that there are a good number of solid mid-round receiver prospects available in this draft, it wouldn't be the worst thing to happen.

    And the Steelers still have Jerricho Cotchery and Plaxico Burress to help out with the passing game this season if the young guys aren't quite ready.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zachintosh66 View Post
    Not to mention have we ever went after a restricted? I cant think of any...
    Andy Lee, Punter, 49ers

    the only one that comes to mind.... the 49ers matched and we drafted Sepulveda
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    based on the evidence... and the quiet on the front... i think Sanders signed, and we are in day 2 of the 5 day period the Steelers have to match
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