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Old 06-12-2009, 07:45 PM   #1
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Default So what is Brandon Marshall's Trade Value?

I am guessing a player and a First and another high pick probably a 2nd.

I wonder about a few teams out there and what they would be willing to give. Miami, Washington, Dallas, KC would probably give up a lot to get their hands on him.

I could see a deal with Washington including a nice LB like Rocky Mac and then a future first and second.

Dallas would be able to give up some personnel familiar with a 3-4 and a future pick or two.

Miami would probably consider parting ways with Ginn Jr for BMarsh.

Am I being too optimistic here in terms of his trade value? I know one thing, Brandon Marshall is prepared to hold out as long as it takes to either force a trade or a new contract. And, before people start claiming that he doesn't have any value... Chad Jackson was worth two first round picks with his attitude and personality. Brandon Marshall is a better guy and a better football player... anger mgmt issues aside.
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Old 06-12-2009, 07:46 PM   #2
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I am guessing a player and a First and another high pick probably a 2nd.
His off field drama hurts his trade value.
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Old 06-12-2009, 07:53 PM   #3
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His off field drama hurts his trade value.
The fact that he still has a trial to come only exacerbates this.

Injury concerns, off field drama; these things certainly don't help. I wouldn't be suprised to hear that if we ever were to try and move him (pre-season) we'd struggle to get what most people of this board would consider fair value.

Maybe a first and some conditional picks?
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His off field drama hurts his trade value.
agree we might as well sign him,because his trade value sucks
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He's one strike away from an eight-game suspension and he's on the last year of a four-year deal. Third rounder most likely, second rounder at best.

If Denver waits until the October trade deadline, they might be able to fleece a desperate injury-riddled team like Detroit did to Dallas last fall for Roy Williams.
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I don't think his value is near as bad as some make it out to be. Does the hip hurt him, sure... but a quick workout and physical and solve that issue. As for the off field issues, I don't think that will hold teams back. There is a market for guys like Tank Johnson, Pacman Jones, and even Travis Henry. Teams will give up a lot for a talent like BMarsh, plus he talks a GREAT STORY.

Personally, I hope we resign him. One of my favorite players on the team, I'd hate to see him go.
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Old 06-12-2009, 08:02 PM   #7
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I am guessing a player and a First and another high pick probably a 2nd.

I wonder about a few teams out there and what they would be willing to give. Miami, Washington, Dallas, KC would probably give up a lot to get their hands on him.

I could see a deal with Washington including a nice LB like Rocky Mac and then a future first and second.

Dallas would be able to give up some personnel familiar with a 3-4 and a future pick or two.

Miami would probably consider parting ways with Ginn Jr for BMarsh.

Am I being too optimistic here in terms of his trade value? I know one thing, Brandon Marshall is prepared to hold out as long as it takes to either force a trade or a new contract. And, before people start claiming that he doesn't have any value... Chad Jackson was worth two first round picks with his attitude and personality. Brandon Marshall is a better guy and a better football player... anger mgmt issues aside.
What? If a probowl QB is only worth 2 1's a crap QB. Then a Probowl WR is worth a 5th and PS WR.
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I'd hate to see him gone, but signing him to a BIG dollar contract is one risky proposition. Being as close as he is to a suspension that would likely see him out for up to half a season and knowing his history... well it would make me nervous if I were a GM.
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Losing B-Marsh would have much greater implications than what we can recieve back via trade, even if we got fair value. We need more than anything to show this regime is treating players fairly and commited to winning now, not dumping players when they want to get paid what they're worth. The issues with his OTF incidents should be addressed through his contract, but unless he does something much worse than what he's accused of, he ought to stay here. He's worth more than we'd get back in return, just like Jay was worth more than we got.
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Sign him! Put in a performance clause and stipulate that he must repay a percentage of signing bonus, and will not be paid for any suspended games due to off field activities, and tie a lot of escalators in that require him to play the bulk of the seasons offensive snaps.

The injury situation can be handled in the same way....big contract for big performance....reductions for lack of production and games off.

Tell him he can use his own medical staff, because ours can't seem to diagnose anything less than major fractures, with bones sticking out of flesh.
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Objectively speaking, I would say he would fetch a mid-second round pick.
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Sign him! Put in a performance clause and stipulate that he must repay a percentage of signing bonus, and will not be paid for any suspended games due to off field activities, and tie a lot of escalators in that require him to play the bulk of the seasons offensive snaps.

The injury situation can be handled in the same way....big contract for big performance....reductions for lack of production and games off.

Tell him he can use his own medical staff, because ours can't seem to diagnose anything less than major fractures, with bones sticking out of flesh.
Actually, that sounds fair and sensible

Hopefully we get something like this done.
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Sign him! Put in a performance clause and stipulate that he must repay a percentage of signing bonus, and will not be paid for any suspended games due to off field activities, and tie a lot of escalators in that require him to play the bulk of the seasons offensive snaps.

The injury situation can be handled in the same way....big contract for big performance....reductions for lack of production and games off.

Tell him he can use his own medical staff, because ours can't seem to diagnose anything less than major fractures, with bones sticking out of flesh.
I'm figuring that's exactly the opposite of what Marshall wants. And that's the problem. He'll be looking for guaranteed money. The team will be looking to protect itself against Marshall's flakiness. There's a deep gulf there. A possible way out may be a two year deal that gives him a non-trivial raise but not the big time guaranteed payoff. Then he still gets some money now and has the payoff coming; but the Broncos don't shell out 30 million for a guy who flakes on them.
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Old 06-12-2009, 09:22 PM   #15
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Losing B-Marsh would have much greater implications than what we can recieve back via trade, even if we got fair value. We need more than anything to show this regime is treating players fairly and commited to winning now, not dumping players when they want to get paid what they're worth. The issues with his OTF incidents should be addressed through his contract, but unless he does something much worse than what he's accused of, he ought to stay here. He's worth more than we'd get back in return, just like Jay was worth more than we got.
Agreed.
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Old 06-12-2009, 09:36 PM   #16
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A first. Probably from a playoff contender like Indy.

It WOULD be a first and a 2nd/third, but off field incidents, rehabbing an injury, and the hefty contract that would need to get renegotiated drop it to a late first.
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no way you even get a first for him, high second is more like it....... teams would point to off field issues injuries .... contract.....

just sign the guy we would never get fair value ..... good god can we trade anyone else for a possible player ..... lets just trade all the knowns for unknowns ....... but "team first" unknowns ......... and let mcd turn sh*t into shinola.

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why are we trading our best offensive weapon again?
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Old 06-12-2009, 10:23 PM   #19
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why are we trading our best offensive weapon again?
......... just drink the kool-aid....ok..... (sarcasm)

where's popps or tonyr to explain why this would be a "team" approach and a good move.
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how about trading him for Boldin? Would either side require extra compansation?
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how about trading him for Boldin? Would either side require extra compansation?
problem is both have bad hips and want a new contract.
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Can't.

AZ has no money to pay Anquan. Could not afford a new contract for Brandon.
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Old 06-12-2009, 10:47 PM   #24
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i was really looking forward to Marsh playing...

but if he wants to hold out then let him rot...don't trade him unless overwhelmed with an offer...

he's injured in the offseason again, and dealing with legal issues again, and is one violation short of a hefty suspension AGAIN...

screw him...
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Fact: He was injured and allowed to play,.

Historically, players have begun redoing their contracts in their final year in Denver. Not Now.

This holds true for the entire 06 class.
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