Sharper to the Bengals??

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  1. DoCt3rJ

    DoCt3rJ Veteran

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    Saw it on kffl.com breaking news. They said he could be in talks with his ex-coach Lewis.
     
  2. dirty steve

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    the reason shanahan traded o'neal to cinci. is because of his shortcomings as a CB. i doubt that type of track record is what dom and cass are looking for.
     
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    Peter King, is that you? man this guy knows EVERYTHING
     
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    Yeah it would suck having Rudi Johnson or Houshmandzadeh around here.
     
  5. Caw Daddy

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    i dont either of those monkeys, its all about brian simmons and madieu williams...fair trade right there.
     
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    Thanks for the analysis
     
  7. keyfro

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    you know if we trade him to the bengals it would just be for their 1st round pick...i don't see that happening though
     
  8. Overalls

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    Draft picks, draft picks, draft picks. You can never have enough. I want Sharper back but if he has to go, I'll take some picks.
     


  9. Blake

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    Here is the article out of Cinncinatti's Enquirer:

    Rudi Johnson

    Scroll to the bottom, and its a very small paragraph.
     
  11. Wolf

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    Not sure but I heard this rumor from www.profootballtalk.com


    If true, I wouldn't think Cincy would be dumb enough make that trade. Or are they? :hmmm:
     
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    i dont think the trade talks involved rudi, so i guess that makes them not that dumb ?

    :confused:
     
  13. TexansTrueFan

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    i mean come on its cincy, we all know how they have always operated, i wouldnt put anything past them :wacko:
     
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    Id take Peter Warrick for the #2, and even though hes a 10 year vet, I would take Kevin Hardy for OLB depth.

    JS for PW/KH.
     
  15. Cincinnatikid

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    Kevin Hardy is a 4-3 OLB not a 3-4 OLB, and Warrick will still be in Cincy this season, he is under contract still and there wont be a trade with houston for him. The bengals will definately not trade away players for sharper. And all the people on here can talk all the smack they want about the bengals but they still had a better record than the Texans did. They are a team on the rise and will open some eyes this season, just as the Texans hopefully will. They have changed their ways and are turning into a good organization that people want to play for. Also, Deltha isnt going anywhere, he had a great year and there were no problems with his attitude. The bengals are only a LB and a DT away from being great this season. The texans are a Dline away. Very similar situations.
     
  16. Wolf

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    Who is talking smack? Truth is Cincy is not known for putting up a winning franchise (weren't they getting sued by the city?) over the years.. just had bad drafts


    Lewis was a step in the right direction though IMO.
     

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