[Chron.com] Dunta outlines terms

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  1. Mike Kerns

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  2. Mailman

    Mailman Pwned by Hakeem

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    F it!

    Trade his ass today.
     
  3. Mike Kerns

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    Malcolm Jenkins, please.
     
  4. MojoMan

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    The Texans should take a cornerback with their first pick. They should also trade down if possible.
     
  5. AnthonyE

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    Dunta, gtfo.

    That is all.
     
  6. buddyboy

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    Unbelievable. Dunta is being a huge pain...I'm starting to not even want him anymore because of this fiasco, regardless of his on the field contribution.

    On another note...why does Demeco insist on being paid higher than a top 5 MLB salary? I don't get why suddenly our players are trying to milk the FO dry.
     
  7. Ryan

    Ryan THIS YEAR

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    Trade his a$$. The dollar signs were there for a reason.
     
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  9. GP

    GP Go Texans!

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    I had been saying "trade his butt" ever since the first whiff of this situation was made public.

    Now you guys are really seeing what I was talking about: There's a point where Dunta forgot everything, and he's technically crushing everything in his path (including his own best interests).

    It's sad and angering all at the same time. Here we are, perhaps on the verge of being a true playoff contender...and Dunta pulls this crap? GTFO is exactly right.
     
  10. GP

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    Yes, I know that they allowed me to change mine when I first re-registered here a few years back.

    And I know they have done it for another person.

    Ask one of them with a PM.
     
  11. tedr

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    Really dissappointing. The article says he was offered $23 million guaranteed...if that's correct, isn't that top of the line CB money? Don't know why he didn't take that then. I think he's great, but c'mon...he's coming off a devastating injury, and he hasn't made a Pro Bowl. Sounds like the offer was more than fair, and he's just being spiteful now.
     
  12. The1ApplePie

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    Dunta Robinson had one good year and is washed up now. Probably wasn't a No. 1 CB pre-injury.

    Trade his ass
     
  13. Maddict5

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    **** him

    he wants to be here but doesnt want to get franchised? BS- fvck him. hes overrated as **** around here anyway. get a 2nd and draft butler or smith. you wont notice any difference
     
  14. Goatcheese

    Goatcheese Nightmare Over

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    Agree not to Franchise tag him, then Transition tag his ass.
     
  15. WWJD

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    He really is getting some bad career advice...I cannot believe he would pass up on 23 million. That blows my mind.
     
  16. Maddict5

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    ...and then somebody gives him a contract thats says they'll pay him a $30m bonus if he plays 4 games in texas in '09 & we get nothing.

    what we could do is say we wont give him the franchise tag and hope theres no CBA & then use the scrubs joke & give him the other one (we'll get two)
     
  17. nunusguy

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    D-Rob is starting to get a serious case of "delusions of grandeur".
    At any rate, the Texans seem to want to keep him on Board no matter what ?
     
  18. False Start

    False Start On # 69

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    Make a Pro-Bowl and lead the league in a category or two and then he'll have the right to *****. Hes really starting to get on the verge of becoming a primadonna.
     
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    It is ashamed. He was one of my favorites for a long time. I say trade him if he doesn't step up. Hopefully Demeco doesn't further the craziness, now that he replaced his agent.
     
  20. rmartin65

    rmartin65 I'm Score

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    Trade him. Trade him now, get a first, or a second and third, in next years draft. He is a good player, but enough of this garbage.
     

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