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    PANTHERS DONE WITH SMITH?

    http://www.profootballtalk.com/category/rumor-mill/

    In the wake of Friday’s troubling incident between receiver Steve Smith and cornerback Ken Lucas, the Panthers could be thinking about life without the talented-but-troubled wideout.

    Matt Mosley of ESPN.com reports that there are “rumblings” out of Panthers camp that the team is fed up with Smith’s actions, and are at least considering the idea of trading him.

    Mosley says that Smith has become a “divisive force” on the team: “One Panthers source said that several defensive backs were walking around after the recent incident saying that if management didn’t discipline Smith, they would.”

    And Mosley, whose covers the NFC East for ESPN.com’s post-Hashmarks blog project, partially justifies his encroachment upon Pat Yasinskas’ NFC South turf by suggesting that the Cowboys could be Smith’s ultimate destination.

    Other teams that would at least consider Smith include, in our view, the Eagles, Vikings, Bears, and Redskins.

    Assuming that Smith wouldn’t want a new deal, his cap charge for 2008 is a very manageable $1.75 million. Because it’s after June 1, the Panthers wouldn’t take a cap hit for the move until 2009.

    Smith currently is signed through 2012. His future salaries are $3.4 million 2009, $5.75 million in 2010, $7 million in 2011, and $7.75 million in 2012.

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    I would be estatic if the Vikings got Steve Smith. I would give a first rounder for him.

  • #2
    Throw the Cowboys on that list.
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    • #3
      This is obviously a stupid article if they think the Redskins would consider trading for Smith. We already have Santana Moss who is his type of receiver plus we just drafted two in the second round.


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      • #4
        I don't want him. I don't want anymore small receivers, and we overpaid for Asante Samuel.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by vbsiena24 View Post
          Throw the Cowboys on that list.

          The Cowboys are on that list. It's says that they would probably be his ultimate destination.

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          • #6
            They'll get rid of him next year. They realistically can't afford to lose him now.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by IlliniVikeFan23 View Post
              The Cowboys are on that list. It's says that they would probably be his ultimate destination.
              Ah ok I skimmed over that part.
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              • #8
                I would love Smith in Chicago. I think his desire to be the best would have a great affect on our O. We have those type of guys on D but never had one on O.
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                • #9
                  There is absolutely no chance the Panthers trade Smith.

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                  • #10
                    Steve Smith would command 1st and 2nd round draft picks, including a starting player.

                    I don't see any team giving up that much, but boy if you are Jerry Jones you would probably not be able to go to sleep at night thinking about T.O. and Steve Smith on the same field.
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                    • #11
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                      • #12
                        I don't think they'll get rid of him, everything will cool back down and he'll be the #1 guy in Carolina
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                        • #13
                          I wouldn't want him.

                          He's just a talented turd with no mental toughness like Terrell Owens and Chad Johnson. Sure, all of those guys are great when you're winning but they are a cancer to the team when the going gets tough. His best fit situation is probably the Cowboys... where his turdness is just par for the course.
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by ZN0rseman View Post
                            I wouldn't want him.

                            He's just a talented turd with no mental toughness like Terrell Owens and Chad Johnson. Sure, all of those guys are great when you're winning but they are a cancer to the team when the going gets tough. His best fit situation is probably the Cowboys... where his turdness is just par for the course.
                            NO MENTAL TOUGHNESS?

                            How the **** do you get 122 yards on 9 receptions in a Super Bowl 2 months coming off a severely sprained ankle and fractured fibula?

                            T.O. is the most mentally tough WR in the NFL. What an idiotic statement N0rseman. Just because you have a mouth doesn't mean you aren't mentally tough. And I think Steve Smith is a very tough WR as well.
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                            • #15
                              I think he meant that they only want to play for a good team. If they're on a bad team, they make sure everybody knows about it.

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