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Old 01-27-2013   #11
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Default Re: Cost of a 2nd round trade up?

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Originally Posted by Rey View Post
I think a team like the bengals might possibly be interested in a package of Tate and picks to move up for another second rounder.
Why would a team trade a draft pick (that would be under their control for 4 years) for a oft-injured RB on the last year of his contract? Especially when they have a more productive RB (Green-Ellis) on their roster and under contract for 2 years?

I could see the Bengals looking at upgrading the RB position in the draft with a young player who could complement Green-Ellis. Not Tate. I think the trade value of Tate is very over valued by fans. Really, Tate has more value to the Texans considering that he knows the offense and Arian Foster is coming off a year where he had 460 touches (including playoffs).
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