i dont think there is any point of even adding Thrash to that trade. Would he ven make the team? the guy is terrible. a glorified kick returner is all. if im baltimore and get a first for him, id pray to God the trade gets un done and they can get there pick back. who wants a player who clearly doesnt want to be on your team. and when the hell did players get to chose their trades???
"When the truth walks away who is gonna stay? Cause the truth about the world is that crime does pay?"
TheHeat24 wrote:I think thrash is absolute garbage, If I were the Ravens I would be demanding a 2nd or 3rd rounder and freddie mitchell or potentially Correll Buckhalter with this Jamal Lewis Business.
yea thrash is small and can;t catch to save his life...
no WAY would the eagles give up a frist and a second. Theyw ould rather address wr through the draft at that point. Considering hardly anyone was making a serious run at him when san fran was trading him. All-pro or not, market conditions come to play too. Eagles would probably give a second and a fifth, or say mcmullen and a second. other than that, I don't want owens at that price. OR this year's first. I mean serisouly, the Ravens will have upgraded their pick from second to first for absoloutely nothing really.
um, I heard that no, they weren;t given the opportunity to improve it. In fact the front office learned of said trade via espn. It hink that is closer to the truth, obvisouly they would have improved on it, otherwise they wouldn;t be complaining. Considering the way the niners FO has handled this, it seems amazing to me that everyone is taking their word for it.
What sounds more realistic? The story above, or the Eagle's story that the 49'ers never gave them the opportunity to improve the Ravens offer? Even if they never gave the Eagles that opportunity, so what? They are under no obligation to do so.
The reason the Eagles are complaining is that they're bitter Owens' agent turned the paperwork in late. If he was a FA, he'd probably be an Eagle.