Where do you think TO will end up? If it is Philadelphia, as quite a few people have suggested, does this bring Donovan McNabb back into the top 5 or even top 3 of fantasy QBs? Also, on a lesser note, what about Darrell Jackson, after a solid season he is also a free agent.
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i dont know if Andy Reid and co. will want to open the vault up to another offensive player. and i thnk Seattle would be making a big mistake if they didnt resign DJ cause KRob proved this year he indeed is NOT the man.
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KingGhidra wrote:He is older, which probably means his skills are in decline. He is an ex-star, which means he will demand top dollar for what he did the last 8 years.
I really doubt TO's skills are seriously in decline at 30 years old. He should still be a top 5 WR, at the least, on the right team. Problem is, Terrell has burned a lot of bridges (which he probably didn't even realize existed) with his antics and attitude. The "right team", probably wants no part of him. Smart organizations are going to stay away from him and his disruptive behavior.
So, I'm looking at Oakland as the leading candidate.
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I see Oakland as being a natural progression for T.O., but what about Miami? I don't know about the salary cap scenarios, but the weather is warm, They (hopefully) be dumping Wannstedt and might want to feature a more explosive passing game to compliment Rasta.
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