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Dunn on the Trading Block, per ESPN..also Algernon


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Running back

Warrick Dunn, Atlanta Falcons

Reasoning: The Falcons need help just about everywhere else, and they have Jerious Norwood waiting to be their feature back. Dunn, 30, still has something left in his legs and could help a lot of teams. Getting a draft pick or two for Dunn might speed Atlanta's rebuilding process.

Tight end

Alge Crumpler, Atlanta Falcons

Reasoning: Again, the Falcons need to add draft picks and Crumpler might be one of their few marketable players. The tight end isn't a big receiving option in new coordinator Mike Mularkey's offense. Mularkey wants to build a power running game, and blocking tight ends take up a lot less salary cap space.

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Running back

Warrick Dunn, Atlanta Falcons

Reasoning: The Falcons need help just about everywhere else, and they have Jerious Norwood waiting to be their feature back. Dunn, 30, still has something left in his legs and could help a lot of teams. Getting a draft pick or two for Dunn might speed Atlanta's rebuilding process.

Tight end

Alge Crumpler, Atlanta Falcons

Reasoning: Again, the Falcons need to add draft picks and Crumpler might be one of their few marketable players. The tight end isn't a big receiving option in new coordinator Mike Mularkey's offense. Mularkey wants to build a power running game, and blocking tight ends take up a lot less salary cap space.

"Trust in the lord and he will redeem you"

Don't the falcons already have 9 draft picks. I'm not sure but isn;t the limit on draft picks 10. Can someone please clarify this.

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goatehall (2/15/2008)
Running back

Warrick Dunn, Atlanta Falcons

Reasoning: The Falcons need help just about everywhere else, and they have Jerious Norwood waiting to be their feature back. Dunn, 30, still has something left in his legs and could help a lot of teams. Getting a draft pick or two for Dunn might speed Atlanta's rebuilding process.

Tight end

Alge Crumpler, Atlanta Falcons

Reasoning: Again, the Falcons need to add draft picks and Crumpler might be one of their few marketable players. The tight end isn't a big receiving option in new coordinator Mike Mularkey's offense. Mularkey wants to build a power running game, and blocking tight ends take up a lot less salary cap space.

"Trust in the lord and he will redeem you"

Don't the falcons already have 9 draft picks. I'm not sure but isn;t the limit on draft picks 10. Can someone please clarify this.

no 10 is the limit in MADDEN..the acutal limit is 14..aerage of 2 per round

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goatehall (2/15/2008)
Running back

Warrick Dunn, Atlanta Falcons

Reasoning: The Falcons need help just about everywhere else, and they have Jerious Norwood waiting to be their feature back. Dunn, 30, still has something left in his legs and could help a lot of teams. Getting a draft pick or two for Dunn might speed Atlanta's rebuilding process.

Tight end

Alge Crumpler, Atlanta Falcons

Reasoning: Again, the Falcons need to add draft picks and Crumpler might be one of their few marketable players. The tight end isn't a big receiving option in new coordinator Mike Mularkey's offense. Mularkey wants to build a power running game, and blocking tight ends take up a lot less salary cap space.

"Trust in the lord and he will redeem you"

Don't the falcons already have 9 draft picks. I'm not sure but isn;t the limit on draft picks 10. Can someone please clarify this.

max of 10 draft picks is only on Madden. Falcons had 11 picks last year.

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I don't get the Alge love. He was a great player two or three seasons ago but this year and last year he has been injury prone and ineffective. He has also looked overweight and slow. To top it all off, he started running his mouth last year when he contributed zero production on the feild.

Sorry but I think that all of those things together warrents him being traded or cut.

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goatehall (2/15/2008)
Running back

Warrick Dunn, Atlanta Falcons

Reasoning: The Falcons need help just about everywhere else, and they have Jerious Norwood waiting to be their feature back. Dunn, 30, still has something left in his legs and could help a lot of teams. Getting a draft pick or two for Dunn might speed Atlanta's rebuilding process.

Tight end

Alge Crumpler, Atlanta Falcons

Reasoning: Again, the Falcons need to add draft picks and Crumpler might be one of their few marketable players. The tight end isn't a big receiving option in new coordinator Mike Mularkey's offense. Mularkey wants to build a power running game, and blocking tight ends take up a lot less salary cap space.

"Trust in the lord and he will redeem you"

Don't the falcons already have 9 draft picks. I'm not sure but isn;t the limit on draft picks 10. Can someone please clarify this.

Yes, in Madden.

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