If we can get something for him I think it might be the best move. He is one that I think falls into the Does not fit in to what the new coaching staff wants.
Curious what, if anything, we can get for him. I mean, he obviously doesn't want to be a backup/special teamer, but I don't think he's starting potential. If we can get a 7th rounder for him, we've got to do it.
Also makes me wonder what we're going to do at SS. If it's McGraw, we have a serious problem.
Dam. I think he had so much potential.
It's time to turn the Page!(thank you Bob Seger!)
I dont mind Page going.
he has never really done much except the bare minimum not to completely suck.
Id say he is a fifth round value to someone. Or, a project player or backup LB. You can never have enough LB's in 3-4 :P
We tendered him for a second round pick which seems like no one really wanted him for that. I don't know what Page's problem is and why he would be asking for a trade. More than ever, I believe this guy is simply an idiot. It shows in his play on the field and his actions off the field.
Overall, he has been alright by not getting into trouble, I just don't think he is a smart guy when it comes to business. Someone will have to see more potential in him than what he shows on the field for him to be of much value.
Maybe in a multiple player swap scenario.
Are you man enough? Eric Berry? Apparently Not!
It's kind of sad. I was looking forward to some kind of Page/Berry safety tandem. He is talented and I think will be a starter somewhere else. He's got decent ball hawking skills. I just don't know what his problem is. This team has all the potential in place and is going the right direction. With Crennel and Thomas coaching this guy up he could have turned a corner. Now I wouldn't care if we just released him. Or maybe we'll trade him for someone's 2011 5th or 6th rounder and use it in this year's supplemental draft for Unga. Either way,Page basically turned down his best chance at being a part of something special and I don't think he'll ever reach his full potential like I think he could have done in Kansas City.
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