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Postby Josh Weed » Thu Mar 11, 2004 5:47 am

he is very talented, what he did in cinci on those teams is very impressive, I just have a feeling that until the raiders start spending their money a little more wisely, strengthen their defense some and get younger, they are going to suck and it is a place where good players are going to disapear.
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Postby Mercer Boy » Thu Mar 11, 2004 6:19 am

I don't care where he goes, just as long as wherever he is he's the feature - it'll be another RB that can be drafted a little later than the top 20 or so which can allow me to get a stud receiver in the first two rounds! ;-D

I wouldn't mind having Dillon as long as he can stay relatively healthy - the dude had some great numbers on some bad Bengal teams. Hopefully he wouldn't be a locker room downer if the team he winds up in tanks horribly.
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Postby Strider » Thu Mar 11, 2004 10:13 am

pmix wrote:Please, Please, Please, Please Al Davis. Make this deal.

Dillon is in a FF wasteland in Cincy. And I need him for my Dynasty league.


yea me toooooo
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Postby Ender_ffc » Thu Mar 11, 2004 10:13 am

Bengals nearing trade for Dillon
Cincinnati pushing for second-round draft pick

By Mark Curnutte
The Cincinnati Enquirer

Corey Dillon could be an ex-Bengal within 48 hours.

The Bengals and Raiders are nearing an agreement on a trade that would send Dillon to Oakland in exchange for a draft pick, most likely in the third or fourth round, multiple sources close to the situation said on Wednesday.

The Bengals are believed to be pushing for a second-round pick, though the Raiders are unlikely to budge from their position.

The Bengals are not commenting further on efforts to trade Dillon, the seven-year veteran running back who has asked to be traded or released.

The Raiders, who need an every-down running back, had hoped to re-sign Charlie Garner. Instead, Garner signed a multi-year deal Tuesday with Tampa Bay, increasing the Raiders' urgency to acquire Dillon.

Oakland is left with 32-year-old Tyrone Wheatley and the injury-Justin Fargas in the backfield.

Steven Feldman, Dillon's agent, did not return a phone message Wednesday.

Also on Wednesday, the Denver Broncos emerged as a second possible trading partner for Dillon.
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