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Boldin and McNabb Possibilities to Land in Cleveland?

Donovan Mcnabb twelve years later could end up in Cleveland with Anquan Boldin. It might seem far fetched to land two All-Pro football players in this years offseason but the Cleveland Browns want to win now and if they land these two players they will automatically compete for AFC North title next year. The Browns need Quarterback help fast and Mcnabb could be the best fit for this football team next year.

Mcnabb still has some gas in the tank and what better way to get this football team to the next level then to add Mcnabb. Boldin has said he won’t demand a trade this year but it is his final year in his contract and wants to get paid and the Cardinals would want get something rather then nothing for this talent. The Browns would also be a great fit for Boldin needing a playmaker. Boldin and Mcnabb would greatly change the face of this franchise and add alot of excitement to the 2010 season.

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6 Responses to “Boldin and McNabb Possibilities to Land in Cleveland?”

  1. HENRY says:

    Go get McNabb right now! Philly would give their first round pick and McNabb for Joe Thomas and a second or third round pick. They love offensive lineman in Philly.

  2. ButchGavlen says:

    That’s not gonna happen, Henry. Why on earth would you get a qb just to get him killed and beaten down? That’s like tradin some nicorette for your cigs; you’re tradin one problem for one worse. We’d be right back to the couch era.
    If he does come here it will be for anderson, with pics, (from them) and he might start a couple early games, but it would be to mentor and show Quinn how to do some things he needs to learn. Granted, if quinn doesn’t catch on he’s gone or demoted, but he’s gonna get the chance under this regime; and the help he needs.

    • Denolakes says:

      I don’t see a Cleveland QB getting “beaten down.” Rather, I see a Cleveland QB being frustrated at the lack of skill players on the receiver corps. I don’t see this scenario happening – mostly because Heckert believes in building through drafts. FAs fill a very limited role from his perspective, at least historically. Cleveland would have to relinquish an entire draft (almost) to get this done, I should think — so I don’t see it occurring.

  3. ButchGavlen says:

    well just to repeat what he said himself at his intro press conf.,
    ‘we’ll go after our immediate needs in FA so that we can take the best available player as they come open in the draft, except for those we can’tfill through FA.
    It surprised me too, but just a litte.

    • Denolakes says:

      The next few months should be interesting. I hope they do not sacrifice this draft to get players with a 5 year shelf life.

  4. ButchGavlen says:

    John Claton this moring is saying the McNabb might retire along with Favre. I think he’s probably always been a little injury prone, but if he doesn’t have like the best O line to protect him, he should retire or play the mentor role and only go inas backup because of that. I think the team that might take him as a full timer now is a result of seeing Bret do his thing; and I think it would be a mistake. But mentor, yep. Just don’t pay too much for a guy at the very end of his healthy career. He more or less (Clayton) was saying McNabb might go to the Vikes if Bret retires. That would leave Philly looking for a big arm; can you say three way trade???

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