Titans fielding offers for Britt

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TitanJeff, Sep 29, 2013.

  1. J Falk

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    No market? shiiiiittttt....If I was the Lions, I would EASILY offer a 3rd round pick to get Britt. Imagine a happy/healthy Britt next to Megatron.
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  2. Fry

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    You'd be a worse GM than Matt Millen.
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    Any GM that would give up a 3rd for Britt at this point should be fired on the spot.
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  4. J Falk

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    LOL...cuz yall know what yall are talking about. right?

    Well, I guarentee we're not going to trade him for anything less than a 3rd round pick. Just like we weren't going to trade Nate for anything less than a 3rd...soooo....if the Lions or Patriots want Kenny Britt, they're going to have to give up a 3rd round pick...

    I think yall are just terrible negotiators. lol
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  5. mike75

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    I'm actually surprised a team like the Lions or even the Patriots haven't looked into it.Tom Brady is begging for help in New England he has very limited options on offense and its hurting them as a unit.

    I am wondering something though.Is there any chance we could possibly be offered a player in a trade instead of a pick?
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  6. Fry

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    I know no GM in the league would offer a third round pick for a WR that can't catch, separate from coverage and has broken ribs in the last year of his deal. That's what I know.
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  7. J Falk

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    Well I know that we would never trade Kenny Britt for a f'n 6th round pick. Far more dumb than a team trading one measily 3rd round pick to get him.

    You act like teams have just forgotten what Kenny Britt did when he had a prolific passer throwing him the ball. You don't think there is one GM out there that thinks that his team can resurrect him?
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    In my opinion though even if we were offered a seventh round pick we should go ahead and pull the trigger and get Britt out of here.I'm surprised no one has mentioned it but Britt could be messing up the chemistry in the locker room.All it takes is one disgruntled player to get things stirred up and cause trouble within the team.Also its clear his head is not in the game between all the drops and penalties.Like i said before he is going to do something boneheaded and cost the team a big play or even a game before its over with so it would be best to just ship him out.We could play Damian Williams in his place and also work Hunter into the lineup as well.
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    How many GM's do you " know " ?

    There is a market for Britt. Those of you who think not do so only because you dont like Britt. Britt has great talent. He is just in the wrong place and worng system. Alot of NFL coaches ( I know a few, personally) think they can turn guys around. Britt has size and speed 2 things you cant teach.

    Now.. does someone trade for him? I dont know. But to dismiss it by saying no market is crazy. There are plenty of teams starved for WR help.

    The Titans dont have to trade him. They will get a pick for him after he gets signed in free agency. He WILL get signed as a free agent. This gives the Titans leverage.


    .........and NO you dont go ahead and take a 7th round pick for him unless it is part of a package. The comp pick the Titans will get will be worth more than that.
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  10. Fry

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    No one is going to want to sign him to a long-term deal because he hasn't show that he's earned one. That's problem number one. No team in the NFL is dumb enough to spend a third round pick on a guy to rent him for 12 games when he hasn't produced diddly poo since 2011. add to problem number one that he has more drops than catches and more penalti yards than receiving yards and you'd be out of your ****ing mind to think he's netting the Titans a third round pick.
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