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Arrowhead Pride's Take on a Possible Waters Trade....

Ok guys, I know it's been a LOOOONG time since I've posted but I can assure you that I've been silently reading all of your posts every day. I promise! Anyway, I wanted to post this link to Arrowhead Pride's site. They have some really interesting ideas about a possible Waters trade, outrageous as they might be. Some think that we should give up our first 3 picks for Waters and their first rounder. Sounds a little much to me. Anyway, check it out! http://www.arrowheadpride.com/2009/4/18/843766/gonzalez-waters-missing-from-the

Stroud/Henderson reunion?

I don't know how much faith I put in this site, but hey, I think it could be pretty awesome to have those 2 in the middle of our line.

ESPN breaks down the Peters trade.

ESPN breaks down the Peters trade.

Report: Peters to sign for 6 years, $60 million

Tim Graham is reporting that the Eagles and OT Jason Peters have agreed to terms on a six-year, $60 million contract. The Eagles have confirmed the signing. The trade is now officially completed as reported earlier today. Peters had two years left on his deal for around $7 million. In terms of new money, it's a four-year, $53 million extension. Peters is now the highest-paid offensive lineman in NFL history (based on new money).

Taking a defensive end would create a logjam at the position, but the Bills have floated Chris...

Taking a defensive end would create a logjam at the position, but the Bills have floated Chris Kelsay's name as a trade possibility, according to a league source.

Bills on verge of trading Peters to Eagles for three draft picks : The Buffalo News

Peters Passes Physical, Trade Talks Started in January?

Peters passed his physical...big deal. The more interesting piece in this story is that according to a Philly team source, the trade has been in the works since the Eagles loss to Arizona in the playoffs. Seems like the Bills either had no real desire to sign Peters long term, or they were quite aware of how unlikely they would be able to reach an agreement.

1985 Bills draft comes in second

If anyone has ESPN Insider and could post the second half of the article that would be nice. We lost to the Steelers who had 4 HoF guys in one class. Wasn't really possible.

Jason Smith Visiting Eagles

Philly looking at another OT, discusses possibility of trading up with Kansas City. Jason Smith Visiting Eagles Posted by Aaron Wilson on April 16, 2009, 2:05 p.m. EDT Baylor offensive tackle Jason Smith, one of the top-rated players in the draft, is visiting the Philadelphia Eagles today, according to Scout.com. The Eagles have the ammunition to move up in the draft since they currently hold the No. 21 and No. 28 overall selections of the first round. Plus, the Eagles lost Tra Thomas in free agency and haven’t re-signed Jon Runyan. They have reportedly explored potential trade scenarios for Buffalo Bills Pro Bowl offensive tackle Jason Peters, who wants a new contract. Per the report, the Kansas City Chiefs could be a potential trading partner for Philadelphia. The Chiefs own the third overall pick.

"Perfect Fit" for Bills - Herman Johnson and Jared Cook

Jared Cook, TE, Bills: He's exactly the kind of vertical threat the Bills need at the position and has underrated strength to block on the edge for an offense that still wants to win with the run. Herman Johnson, OG, Bills: His size -- 6-7, 340 -- makes Johnson the perfect replacement for free-agent disappointment Derrick Dockery (6-6, 330) at left guard. As Dockery did, Johnson's expected to go in the third round.
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