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    Lets weigh in on a topic near and dear to my heart. Football more specifically the Broncos. What do you guys think about the trade rumors?

    Me I think fine-Portis is good but A:he is undersized and Injury prone. B:He wants money way to soon and way to much Cefense wins and corner backs stay healthier longer.


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    Plus, he is a pompous ass. I would much rather let the people of Denver talk shit FOR him and have him be a bit more humble.

    I say he is also injury prone -aren't all of our backs? lol

    Let the fucker go - I like Bailey anyway.

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    • #3
      Re: Portis for Bailey

      Originally posted by rugbythug
      Lets weigh in on a topic near and dear to my heart. Football more specifically the Broncos. What do you guys think about the trade rumors?

      Me I think fine-Portis is good but A:he is undersized and Injury prone. B:He wants money way to soon and way to much Cefense wins and corner backs stay healthier longer.
      Not to mention that other running back in Denver is BAD AZZZ!!

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      • #4
        Not to change subjects but everyone must of heard that Jamal Lewis got busted for trying to help a friend buy cocaine back in 2000. What's wrong with these guys??? They've got the world buy the b*lls and yet they always find a way to screw it up.


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        • #5
          Much agreed mark.

          I say go for Bailey. Portic is undersized mostly. Yeah, even Warrick Dunn had a good couple of years. Okay, make that one.
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          • #6
            Id say its a win-win for both teams. Id like to see it happen...the game needs some big trades as this rarely seems to happen anymore.

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            • #7
              Done Deal?

              Looks like the deal is almost done...

              http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl

              Portis agrees to $50.5 million, eight-year contract

              By JOSEPH WHITE, AP Sports Writer
              March 1, 2004
              WASHINGTON (AP) -- Clinton Portis agreed to an eight-year, $50.5 million contract with the Washington Redskins on Monday, while Champ Bailey neared completion of a deal with the Denver Broncos that would clear the way for a Portis-for-Bailey trade later this week.

              Portis' deal, one of the richest ever for a running back, includes $17 million in bonus money, according to Portis' agent, Drew Rosenhaus. Portis is set to join quarterback Mark Brunell, who will be acquired in a trade with Jacksonville, in a revamped offense in coach Joe Gibbs' first season back in Washington.

              First, however, the Broncos must agree to terms with Bailey, who would be sent from to Washington to Denver along with a second-round draft pick in exchange for Portis. Talks have gone well since Bailey's visit to Denver last week.

              ``Everything is skating right along schedule,'' Bailey's agent, Jack Reale, said Monday. ``Things could be wrapped up quickly, maybe by tomorrow.''

              Trades cannot officially take place until the offseason trade and free agency period begins Wednesday, although they can be announced before then.

              Portis' agreement represents another aggressive move by big-spending Redskins owner Dan Snyder, who didn't have to work out a new deal for the running back in order for the trade to take place. Portis' old, cap-friendly contract ran for two more years. Although he wanted a new deal after making just $300,000 last season, Washington was under no deadline to give him one.

              This is also the second blockbuster contract Snyder has given a running back in four years. In 2000, he signed Stephen Davis to a nine-year, $90.75 million deal, but its long-term salary cap ramifications were so dire that Davis was cut one year ago and signed by Carolina.

              The Portis-Broncos trade represents a rare swap of two young players hitting their prime. Bailey has been to four straight Pro Bowls and is one of the top shutdown cornerbacks in the league, while Portis has rushed for more than 1,500 yards in each of his first two NFL seasons.

              Portis was scheduled to make $380,000 next season and $455,000 in 2005, a bargain price for a top running back. Portis' unhappiness with Denver's unwillingness to negotiate a new contract precipitated the trade talks.

              The Redskins gave Bailey permission to talk to other teams and designated him as their franchise player last month. Bailey's contract expires this week, and he and the Redskins never came close to agreement on a new deal.

              Updated on Monday, Mar 1, 2004 5:02 pm EST

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Skip
                Plus, he is a pompous ass. I would much rather let the people of Denver talk shit FOR him and have him be a bit more humble.

                I say he is also injury prone -aren't all of our backs? lol

                Let the fucker go - I like Bailey anyway.

                Skip
                now in hindsight,

                Portis does OK, but where is his team?

                Bailey is awesome and he has helped put his team at 9/2 on Thanksgiving weekend

                Broncos will get a 1st round bye and a home playoff game,

                they will win their 1st playoff game since Elway left

                and if needed, will beat the Colts in Indy,
                thanks to Champ and the Cleveland Browns ex d-line

                Broncos def got the better end of the trade !!!

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                • #9
                  Peyton will fillet and bbq Bailey just as he did in college. Hell, even Tee Martin had Bailey with a side of slaw.

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                  • #10
                    bro, that's funny!!
                    Colts showed some vulnerability last nught vs Pitts,
                    they got the W and that's what counts
                    it's going to be interesting!!

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