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The Block is hot, the block is hot, hot, hot...

Brent Celek (or Kevin Boss) and Chris Henry are on the block. I am looking for an upgrade at TE.

Look at Chris Henry's stats in the preseason, it says alot. He is playing at high enough level where he should start with Ocho and Coles will be in the slot. His off the field problems are behind him and Palmer raved about the guy all off-season.

So if anyone is looking for a quality WR, possibly the 3rd WR for some teams in our league, then offer away.


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Jeremy Shockey?

Jeremy Shockey?

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I have too many Saints

I have too many Saints players already. Sorry.

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Heath Miller?

Heath Miller?

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Based on the draft results

Based on the draft results and Chris Henry's current value, I would consider Chris Henry's value equal to that of a 9th round pick in our draft. And since I'm also throwing in Celek, considered a sleeper TE by many, I would like a tight end like Zach Miller, Dustin Keller, Chris Cooley, John Carlson or Visanthe Shiancoe in return.

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Not a fan

Not too big on any of the receiving targets for the Steelers. Pretty much the five TEs I listed up there are the ones I'm looking for. Any TE ranked below these 5 I could trade straight up for Celek, and any TE above those 5 I would have to add more pieces, which I'm not willing to do.

Also, willing to exchange Chris Henry with Walter or Morgan, but I'm still asking for the same 5 Tight Ends.

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kacey you should be a

kacey you should be a marketing major cuz you're good at making ppl sound good.

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qhaynes im ready to pull

the trigger

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badger

Haha, thanks. I considered Marketing, but I like numbers too much so I went into Accounting.

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acctg is the &$#%#&@!. no

acctg is the &$#%#&@!. no joke. i got one more cpa left

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kacey i made you an offer

kacey i made you an offer

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badger

You are an accountant? Cool. I just finished school, not for sure when I'm going to take my CPA exams.

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what do you think of my

what do you think of my offer?

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haha not yet...i have one

haha not yet...i have one more year of school.

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badger

Are going for your Masters Degree?

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yessir. and in the great

yessir. and in the great state of MN, you only need your bachelors to to start taking the exams

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Sorry, I just acquired Coffee as my handcuff for Gore. Plus, he seems to play more like a veteran RB than a rookie RB, he could be solid if Gore goes down.

I like Colston way too much. Probably overvalue him more than I should.

Holding on to DA incase he gets the starting nod for the Browns, which means absolutely nothing since I think the Browns could go 0-16.

It is probably a fair value type trade, I just don't think I should do it.

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Thats how it is here

We only need 120 credit hours to sit for the exams, then 30 more hours to actually get the certificates.

So when I asked are you going for your Masters, is that a yes as in "I'm currently enrolled to go for my Masters," or a yes as in "I fully plan on going for my Masters." Just want to clear that up.

BTW, anytime I find out someone is an accountant and that they have taken any part of the CPA exams I will start asking tons of questions. However, I will let you off the hook, atleast for now.

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haha im enrolled in masters

haha im enrolled in masters starting wednesday. like you said, it's only 30 hrs. if you're smart, you should consider applying to the GMAcc program at UW Madison, it's good &$#%#&@!. They'll hook u up with an internship at a big 4

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ok

University of Kentucky, just started their Masters program for Accountancy last year. I would consider that before anything else since it isn't out of state. But I'll look into UW's program as well. I'm not too big on cold weather though.

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texas has basically THE BEST

texas has basically THE BEST acctg program. it's basically a factory. if you're really smart try and go there

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the trigger

the trigger

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We only need 120 credit hours

We only need 120 credit hours to sit for the exams, then 30 more hours to actually get the certificates.

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Jeremy Shockey?

Jeremy Shockey?

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Jeremy Shockey?

Jeremy Shockey?

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good

good

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In the past, the Raptors have

In the past, the Raptors have been known as a poor rebounding team that gave extra shots to their opponents. Under Coach Casey, those days are gone.

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Notable players not inducted,

Notable players not inducted, but who arguably could be in the foreseeable future, include Robert Horry, who won 7 rings with three different teams, Alonzo Mourning, one of the greatest shot-blockers of all-time, and Bernard King, an unstoppable and beloved New York Knick legend.

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