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    I was watching total access and they are saying Dorsey and DJ are both on the trading block if offers come in good enough for them.

    WOW

    I actually am really impressed with dorsey this year and think that would be a huge mistake.



    *edit i didn't read the trade deadline thread* FAIL

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    Face it guys, if Dorsey is traded, we will NOT like the deal we get. I just don't see anyone who is a contender that needs him this year and anyone who is not a contender probably has nothing of value to give.


    Are you man enough? Eric Berry? Apparently Not!

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    Quote Originally Posted by honda522 View Post
    I am talking about players like Leggit, and Washington, and Niswanger, and Larry Johnson, Ron Edwards.

    I haven't seen much of Dorsey in the pass rush. I can't say I am suprised to see him on the block. I do think he is supporting the run quite well tho.
    That's what the DE in a 3-4 are supposed to do, stop the run.
    Before everyone gets their dandruf up, read Looney's report on www.kcchiefs.com. It is unlikly Dorsey will be traded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pbatrucker View Post
    I agree that Dorsey has played better than exspected. Fact is he is not a typical 3-4 DE. As I've stated before, if they could get a first rd pick for him and use that pick to grab someone like Suh I would have no problem with that trade.
    Why would you want SUH. He is a 4-3 DT also. We can't keep trying to drive a square peg in a round hole.

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    If you've watched Suh play and know football, you know Suh can play 3-4 DE. He's tall enough, big enough and he is more than fast enough,strong enough, with a motor that doesn't stop.

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    Our first 2 picks in the last draft were 3-4 DEs. We really need to address other positions.

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    Who would want to trade Dorsey or DJ, when we have an opportunity to let LJ go? Or try out some different offensive linemen?

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    Hearing hailey today it seems he has not given up on dorsey like he seems to have DJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by rammstein View Post
    Why would you want SUH. He is a 4-3 DT also. We can't keep trying to drive a square peg in a round hole.
    Quote Originally Posted by pbatrucker View Post
    If you've watched Suh play and know football, you know Suh can play 3-4 DE. He's tall enough, big enough and he is more than fast enough,strong enough, with a motor that doesn't stop.
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=413Gsstr6WE"]YouTube - Ndamukong Suh Highlights[/ame]

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    Suh is a heck of a player... but we would need to get a top 3 pick to get the guy (Not much of a stretch if you're the chiefs). If a team such as Tampa is in front of us in the 2010 Draft then Suh is gone.

    -And yes, like others have said...SUH can play 3-4 DE... his physical measures are very similar to Tyson Jackson..
    6' 4" ~ 300 lbs

    I really like Dorsey but he doesn't fit as a 3-4 DE... If they can get a 1st for him they should trade him, if not then I feel really bad for him because they're wasting his talent (while getting a pretty paycheck).

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    Seriously. Can we not draft another 3-4 DE? First pick in 08 and first two picks in 09 are playing that position. How about, oh I don't know.... a position where we need a young talented starter. S or LT perhaps?

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