What about Trent Green?

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  1. Errant Hothy

    Errant Hothy Hypermediocrity

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    So KC resigned Huard today:

    Chiefs | Huard agrees to deal
    Tue, 27 Feb 2007 12:55:58 -0800

    Jay Glazer, of FOXSports.com, reports the Kansas City Chiefs have agreed to a three-year contract with QB Damon Huard. Huard wouldn't reveal terms, but the deal is believed to be worth approximately $7.5 million. Huard was scheduled to become a free agent. The signing of Huard puts QB Trent Green's return in question.

    Coupled with Coyle one thinks Trent's days in Cheif land may be numbered; so if he gets cut what about bringing him here to compete against Carr in TC?
     
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    Navy_Chris All Pro

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    Better yet, why don't we call up that old guy who owns the bed and breakfasts in West Virginia and ask him if HE wants to play Quarterback for us??!!
     
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    or is it Idaho?
     
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    Errant Hothy Hypermediocrity

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    I gather you think he's to old, so I'd take it you'd be opposed to Favre as your QB? I don't hink 33 is that old, but I might be concerned over if he had a history of concussions.
     
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    Whoa. OK. I don't like the idea. But you could just infer that from my previous post.
     
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    Errant Hothy Hypermediocrity

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    Sorry, stress at work caused me to fly of the handle a wee bit...hence the edit.

    And I don't think the idea is great; but I like Green more then Plummer, and if Carr is staying I'd like to see somebody challange him ofr the starting job, and Sage ain't that person.
     
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    Sure. Bring him in as an assistant QB coach.
     
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    It's all good. The Texans are a joke, which is why I tend to say stupid things like that. I'm a huge Texan fan, but this is ridiculous.
     
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    Age at quarterback is not as much an issue as one might think. Approximately half the QB's to start in the Super Bowl (1 through 39 - site didn't list 40 and 41) were in their 30's and quite a few at 29.
     
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    In my mind.
    I don't like the idea of having a 15,000,000 dollar QB derby.

    Carr - around 7
    Sage - 1.5ish

    Green is going to cost what?
     
  11. Please_Evolve

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    Green will start next year as the KC Qb. Mark it down.

    I think this year with perenial starters going down and defenses getting faster and hitting harder like the RB position a good backup will be in demand.KC seriously just needs a playmaking WR to make that team go further into the playoffs. Which is what i think they will draft if the yare smart. Meachem or Smith would help them a LOT.
     
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    I would rather have Plummer based on familiarity with Kubiak's system. Enabling us to run the whole playbook without much transition period.
     

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