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 TRADES! Young capital on the Market? 
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Alaskan wrote:
http://www.1500espn.com/vikings-2/2017/02/eagles-looking-trade-lb-mychal-kendricks-will-vikings-interested/

Thought it was worth sharing. They have more pressing needs, but might be a value here. Philly doesn't seem to value him much in there current system.


Hell yes.

It would allow us to stay 4-3 base more often. Mychal is pretty similar to Eric. Either of them could shift to Will.

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fiestavike wrote:
S197 wrote:
Alaskan wrote:
http://www.1500espn.com/vikings-2/2017/02/eagles-looking-trade-lb-mychal-kendricks-will-vikings-interested/

Thought it was worth sharing. They have more pressing needs, but might be a value here. Philly doesn't seem to value him much in there current system.

I'd pass.


Given the salary, I can't see they'd get more than a 6th or 7th. Mychal would be a great addition in base 4-3 manning the middle. I'd give a 6th round pick for that.


I agree. If they have the Cap space to absorb the salary there would be A LOT of value in giving up a 6th for him.


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For a 6th or 7th I would do it in a heartbeat. That would be one loaded LB core

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fiestavike wrote:
S197 wrote:
Alaskan wrote:
http://www.1500espn.com/vikings-2/2017/02/eagles-looking-trade-lb-mychal-kendricks-will-vikings-interested/

Thought it was worth sharing. They have more pressing needs, but might be a value here. Philly doesn't seem to value him much in there current system.

I'd pass.


Given the salary, I can't see they'd get more than a 6th or 7th. Mychal would be a great addition in base 4-3 manning the middle. I'd give a 6th round pick for that.


I'm more concerned about the salary aspect than the pick. I think it's a lot to pay a guy who will be on the field 1/3rd of the time. He'd add a level of aggressiveness due to his pass rush ability but I think the cash is better served elsewhere.


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S197 wrote:
I'm more concerned about the salary aspect than the pick. I think it's a lot to pay a guy who will be on the field 1/3rd of the time. He'd add a level of aggressiveness due to his pass rush ability but I think the cash is better served elsewhere.


Fair enough. We'll know a lot more about that in a few weeks depending on Peterson, Patterson, Bradford extension, Greenway, Floyd, etc.
They could certainly make some room for him, but it depends on priorities I suppose.

I will say, the combined salary savings from Greenwaay retiring and cutting Lamur would pay for his salary, but the same money could also go to a low end FA guard, or keeping munnerlyn. Its more tempting if they would make the trade straight up for a guy like Lamur.


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