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    Currious to see what everyone thinks about this. May be the best player we have that we could do without. Mayby trading to San Fran for Franklin. OR hold onto your hats. What about trading to Arizona, Warner can't play forever and Linert just doesnt seem like he is ever going to be a starter. In my eyes they have a need. They also have a player that really doesn't want to be there. Would trade Brodie and a third for Antwon Boldin.
    I think Coach Haley would love to have him here. Tell me what you thing GANG

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    I sincerely doubt that any team is going to be willing to part with anything for Brodie Croyle.

    Not that I dislike his. Never seen the guy have a decent shot at proving himself.

    But to any GM's eyes, he is a backup QB that is extremely injury-prone.

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    I like keeping Brodie to back Cassel up, I still like Cassel i think he is the answer if the wrs stop dropping everything and the line plays like they did at the end of the year. Croyle likes Haley and could step in if need be plus i don't think anyone would be interested he hasn't proved anything to anyone yet

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    Brodie Croyle has little value, maybe a 4th or 5th round pick, but certainly nothing more than that and here are the reasons.

    1. He is a free agent in a year where the collective bargaining agreement might go away, if it goes away, then he is an unrestricted free agent. No team is going to trade for a player that they have to then turnaround and enter a contract with. What if the contract negotiations fall through? Any smart team, would just wait until he becomes a free agent and then try to sign him.

    2. if the collective bargaining agreement is renewed, then a trade would still be predicated on a contract negotiation.

    3. Everyone owner and GM in the league knows what we know about Brodie Croyle. That is that he is injury prone, so what kind of value do you think he brings to the table, not much!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hayvern View Post
    Brodie Croyle has little value, maybe a 4th or 5th round pick, but certainly nothing more than that and here are the reasons.

    1. He is a free agent in a year where the collective bargaining agreement might go away, if it goes away, then he is an unrestricted free agent. No team is going to trade for a player that they have to then turnaround and enter a contract with. What if the contract negotiations fall through? Any smart team, would just wait until he becomes a free agent and then try to sign him.

    2. if the collective bargaining agreement is renewed, then a trade would still be predicated on a contract negotiation.

    3. Everyone owner and GM in the league knows what we know about Brodie Croyle. That is that he is injury prone, so what kind of value do you think he brings to the table, not much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fansincebirth View Post
    Currious to see what everyone thinks about this. May be the best player we have that we could do without. Mayby trading to San Fran for Franklin. OR hold onto your hats. What about trading to Arizona, Warner can't play forever and Linert just doesnt seem like he is ever going to be a starter. In my eyes they have a need. They also have a player that really doesn't want to be there. Would trade Brodie and a third for Antwon Boldin.
    I think Coach Haley would love to have him here. Tell me what you thing GANG
    I'd make that trade in a heartbeat, but so would every other GM. It's incredibly unrealistic.
    1. Like others have said Croyle has no trade value. He's going to be a F/A anyway (not completely sure though).
    2. Besides, the only team that trades for draft picks and mediocre in a package deal is the Browns, and even they wouldn't do something like this.
    3. Boldin was on the block last year and supposedly second rounders were offered for him and he's still in Arizona. His stock hasn't fallen that much.

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    It would not suprise me if the Chiefs pu a qb in the later rounds of the draft and also a fa in the offseason. If cassel was to go down for a prolonged period of time I don't think BC would last very long without getting hurt

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    Quote Originally Posted by figcrostic View Post
    No we should keep Brodie he's not worth a lot and he's a good backup.
    I think so too

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    About a week ago in a press conference Haley had stated that Brodie is going play a big part of our offense next season...dont know how accurate that will prove to be, but we do know that Haley likes him, and wanted to start him over Cassel...I would not be surprised if Croyle is re signed and made the starter should Cassel struggle next season. Who knows... Doubt we trade him..we would have to re sign him first and eat the cap penalty...Doubt theres even too much of a market for Brodie

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    Quote Originally Posted by hometeam View Post
    No trade value.
    ...This.


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    At this point, he'd be no more valuable than Thigpen...a 5th rounder.
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