Denver-New England Trading begins!

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    Let´s acquire the 5th rounder for the Burgess trade.  
     
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    Probably a 5th or 6th rounder for 2010. No room for Smith to play with addition of Burgess.
     
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    Ian R. Rapoport FYI: That trade for Le Kevin Smith with the Broncos was for a fifth rounder, I'm told. So that completes the Derrick Burgess deal...
     
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    It has to be a fifth round draft choice,don't worry about anyone who looks to be on the outside looking in on this roster they all will get jobs with either KC or Denver.Plus they also have Mangina waiting for the left overs.
     
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    Gotta love it Burgess for basically nothing. He has been hurt but dont be surprised if Burgess has a huge comeback year rushing the QB behind our d line.
     
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    Basically nothing? Still gave up a 3rd rounder
     
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    I am sure this is not the last of the trading between BB and Josh
     
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    More on Le Kevin Smith trade

    Posted by Mike Reiss, Globe Staff August 17, 2009 12:20 PM

    ANALYSIS

    This is a deal that suits both clubs. The Patriots did not announce the terms of the deal, but according to Alex Marvez of Foxsports.com, they break down this way:

  10. From NE To Denver: Smith and a 2010 seventh-round draft choice
  11. From Denver to NE: A 2010 fifth-round draft chioice

  12. The Patriots were in search of a 2010 fifth-round draft choice because it was part of their draft considerations in a prior trade with Oakland for Derrick Burgess.

    In that deal, the Patriots shipped a 2010 third-round draft choice and 2010 fourth-round draft choice to Oakland for Burgess. But the deal had a consideration that if the Patriots picked up a 2010 fifth-round draft choice, that selection would go to Oakland instead of the fourth rounder.


  13. "There are still a couple of wrinkles that need to be ironed out in the whole deal, but it should be related to the Oakland trade," coach Bill Belichick confirmed today


  14.  Meanwhile, the Patriots had an extra 2010 seventh-round draft choice, which they acquired from the Eagles in the Greg Lewis deal. Smith is a reserve fourth-year defensive end who played in 18 percent of the snaps in 2008.

  15. So this was a deal that suited both teams.


  16. The Broncos are transitioning to a 3-4 defense and Smith knows the scheme and will have an opportunity to be a front-line player for them.

    For the Patriots, Smith was on their roster bubble -- the defensive line is stocked with depth -- and they needed the fifth-rounder from the Burgess deal.

 
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    Great job by the Patriots!  Now they send a 5th round pick to Oak instead of a 4th round pick!
     
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    2010 draft pick re-set

    Posted by Mike Reiss, Globe Staff August 17, 2009 12:30 PM

    Factoring in today's trade of Le Kevin Smith, and what it means in the prior deal with Oakland for Derrick Burgess, here is a re-set of the Patriots' 2010 draft board:

  • First-round pick
  • Second-round pick
  • Second-round pick (from Tennessee)
  • Second-round pick (from Jacksonville)
  • Fourth-round pick
  • Sixth-round pick
  • Seventh-round pick

    The Patriots entered the day with two 2010 seventh-round draft choices, one of which was acquired in the trade for WR Greg Lewis.

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    How many folks here think that after the Patriots win the Super Bowl this year that BB will again trade out of the first round? I can see it happening BB will try and get a 2nd and a 3rd.
     
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    [QUOTE]Great job by the Patriots!  Now they send a 5th round pick to Oak instead of a 4th round pick!
    Posted by Rocky[/QUOTE]

    You never know, but Denver's is probably going to be a top-of-fifth round pick.  Another deal next February could change that top-of-fifth round pick to a bottom-of-fifth round pick.  Why not make a slight additional profit?
     
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    Josh McDaniels and Scott Pioli both need young (bottom end of roster) Patriots-style players with some upside.  So does Mangini but he inherited Crenell's team.  Bill Parcells would accept them too but he's a division rival so those trades are out. 

    All of Bill Belichick's second and third year junk players suddenly have a market this month, where in past years they were all jettisoned and BB hoped the "project" rookies made the practice squad.
     
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    I dont know who else denver would trade for but its good to know we have more trading partners out there. Makes guys liek Watson easier to move.
     
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    I bet Josh is eyeing a few of our young OL as well as Watson and maybe Maroney...an awful lot of depth to work from here. 
     
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    [QUOTE]I dont know who else denver would trade for but its good to know we have more trading partners out there. Makes guys liek Watson easier to move.
    Posted by MVPkilla[/QUOTE]


    Watson for Graham, straight up--get a real blocking TE back on the roster. 
     
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    [QUOTE]Basically nothing? Still gave up a 3rd rounder
    Posted by joe81b[/QUOTE]

    True enough joe i thought it was a 4th and 5th rounder but still With how many young players we already have its great value to get a proven nfl pass rusher for a 3rd rounder.
     
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