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elsid13
12-05-2010, 07:52 AM
I know we have a 1st, two 2nds, a 3rd and no fourth, but what about the rest?

snowspot66
12-05-2010, 02:51 PM
Two 6 and a 7 I think.

elsid13
12-05-2010, 02:58 PM
Two 6 and a 7 I think.

What happened to the 5th?

snowspot66
12-05-2010, 03:16 PM
Turned into a 6th with Maroney.

elsid13
12-05-2010, 03:17 PM
Turned into a 6th with Maroney.

I am going to puck, didn't we give something up for Brady Quinn too.

Requiem
12-05-2010, 03:44 PM
Cleveland gets our sixth for Brady Quinn, but I believe we have a sixth from the Lions (along with Gronkowski) for the Smith trade and then we have that sixth from the Patriots in the flip for Maroney. Thus, I believe where we stand is this -- unless I'm wrong about the Lions. I know we do not have a fifth because we traded that to Tampa Bay in order to get Thompson and Kirlew in the seventh this year.

Hopefully Herc can chime in. Apologies if I am wrong, so many trades and weirdness I can't even keep up. (I'm not sure if we have to send anything or got anything from the Eagles either in the Mays trade, I believe it was him straight up for Arrington, but I thought I read something about late-round pick consideration.)

Denver Draft Picks 2010

1st
2nd (Original)
2nd (Miami, via Marshall trade)
3rd
6th (Lions, via Smith trade)
6th (Patriots, via Maroney trade)
7th

Rohirrim
12-06-2010, 02:08 PM
Here's what I got as far as trades:

2nd from Miami for Marshall
4th to Pats for Maroney :hitself:
5th to Bucks (Draft day trade for ?) :hitself:
6th to Browns for Quinn :hitself:
6th from Pats for Maroney :hitself:
Undetermined late round pick for Smith. :hitself:

jbones733
12-06-2010, 05:43 PM
That is fine with me, would of liked more picks, but a real high on 1 and two 2's is a good start for the new regime, I would take D on with all 3 picks

LittleFloyd
12-07-2010, 03:06 PM
What happened to the 5th?

I drank it.

Cmac821
12-21-2010, 07:53 PM
I drank it.

Glad that is cleared up, now what is next?

footstepsfrom#27
01-02-2011, 07:32 PM
Cleveland gets our sixth for Brady Quinn, but I believe we have a sixth from the Lions (along with Gronkowski) for the Smith trade and then we have that sixth from the Patriots in the flip for Maroney. Thus, I believe where we stand is this -- unless I'm wrong about the Lions. I know we do not have a fifth because we traded that to Tampa Bay in order to get Thompson and Kirlew in the seventh this year.

Hopefully Herc can chime in. Apologies if I am wrong, so many trades and weirdness I can't even keep up. (I'm not sure if we have to send anything or got anything from the Eagles either in the Mays trade, I believe it was him straight up for Arrington, but I thought I read something about late-round pick consideration.)

Denver Draft Picks 2010

1st
2nd (Original)
2nd (Miami, via Marshall trade)
3rd
6th (Lions, via Smith trade)
6th (Patriots, via Maroney trade)
7th
So the order of our picks would be approximately like this in the firs three rounds...

#2
#34-- could be as low as #36 (Buff, Cincy)
#47
#66-- could be as low as #68

That's four picks in the top 70 players unless we trade down or up. I see Peterson and 3 D-line guys maybe.

OrangeSe7en
01-02-2011, 07:35 PM
So the order of our picks would be approximately like this in the firs three rounds...

#2
#34-- could be as low as #36 (Buff, Cincy)
#47
#66-- could be as low as #68

That's four picks in the top 70 players unless we trade down or up. I see Peterson and 3 D-line guys maybe.

Ahhh. What a nice token gesture fo fix the front 7.