who do you want?
haynes what would you give for Edwards?
im interested in edwards.
who would you give? Evans?
i kinda wanna do a big deal with you.
who do you want?
then why did you say you wanted to d a small deal with me?
anyway im thinking a deal around romo and campbell. i offer 3 for 2 deal
no way i cant trade Romo now he has an easy two game stretch coming up soon and he has the toughest schedule in the league of pass defenses this year and hes played some tough ones already but he has some easy ones coming up you cant trade players w their at rock bottom.
how about evans and edwards swap
lol i don't think that does anything for either teams.
send me it.
okay. would you trade me a tight end for Coffee?
are you crazy. im not traded my two best tight ends for a player who wont start after gore comes back. nah i pass.
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