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    HAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

    Marcus Johnson was a mediocre college player. But I want some of what you're smoking.

    HAHAHAHA

    Because there's never been a player that had a better NFL career than College... Right?

    There's many factors that could play into a players production at any given level. Fact is though that he's more athletic than the guy they need to replace. He certainly has a chance to stick. Plus it's not like PRich is some super star...


    Five catches in his career (on eight total targets with a lost fumble). Zero special teams tackles. Undrafted. Injured for a few games as a senior at Texas. Even when healthy, he could not even start in college for a Texas team that was thin at receiver. Injured again in training camp as an undrafted rookie. Had played in 10 total games.

    If he "sticks," it's because we have nothing better behind Baldwin and Lockett.

    He "Stuck" in Philly on a team with one of the deeper WR corps in the league. They were going to have to spend a later round pick to bring in someone and now they don't have to. If they like his upside more than a flier in the 2018 NFL draft I trust their judgment.


    Highly unlikely he would have made their roster this year.
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  • hawknation2018 wrote:
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    DJrmb wrote:HAHAHAHA

    Because there's never been a player that had a better NFL career than College... Right?

    There's many factors that could play into a players production at any given level. Fact is though that he's more athletic than the guy they need to replace. He certainly has a chance to stick. Plus it's not like PRich is some super star...


    Five catches in his career (on eight total targets with a lost fumble). Zero special teams tackles. Undrafted. Injured for a few games as a senior at Texas. Even when healthy, he could not even start in college for a Texas team that was thin at receiver. Injured again in training camp as an undrafted rookie. Had played in 10 total games.

    If he "sticks," it's because we have nothing better behind Baldwin and Lockett.

    He "Stuck" in Philly on a team with one of the deeper WR corps in the league. They were going to have to spend a later round pick to bring in someone and now they don't have to. If they like his upside more than a flier in the 2018 NFL draft I trust their judgment.


    Highly unlikely he would have made their roster this year.

    Sounds like this is a Richardo Lockette redux.
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  • IndyHawk wrote:
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    Five catches in his career (on eight total targets with a lost fumble). Zero special teams tackles. Undrafted. Injured for a few games as a senior at Texas. Even when healthy, he could not even start in college for a Texas team that was thin at receiver. Injured again in training camp as an undrafted rookie. Had played in 10 total games.

    If he "sticks," it's because we have nothing better behind Baldwin and Lockett.

    He "Stuck" in Philly on a team with one of the deeper WR corps in the league. They were going to have to spend a later round pick to bring in someone and now they don't have to. If they like his upside more than a flier in the 2018 NFL draft I trust their judgment.


    Highly unlikely he would have made their roster this year.

    Sounds like this is a Richardo Lockette redux.


    Except, he didn't play much on special teams for Philadelphia. So . . .
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  • The trade comp is weak, but that was to be expected. Adios.
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  • HATE this trade.

    We make the reining, defending champs even better, our defense gets worse, and we take a cap hit which prevents us from getting a replacement.

    Lost in all the drama he caused, he did ring up 8.5 sacks, all while playing on a bum foot and bum knee for most of the season. We made our bed when we signed him to the extension last year.

    I don’t see how this makes us a better team. I appreciate everything he gave us, and he was a big reason why we went to two straight Super Bowls. Nobody complained about him being a distraction back then.
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  • Doesnt mean anything, but Eagle fans dont seem to like this trade either. They dont want Bennett.
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  • THE TABS wrote:HATE this trade.

    We make the reining, defending champs even better, our defense gets worse, and we take a cap hit which prevents us from getting a replacement.

    Lost in all the drama he caused, he did ring up 8.5 sacks, all while playing on a bum foot and bum knee for most of the season. We made our bed when we signed him to the extension last year.

    I don’t see how this makes us a better team. I appreciate everything he gave us, and he was a big reason why we went to two straight Super Bowls. Nobody complained about him being a distraction back then.



    This trade makes us a better team because it gets rid of the cancer. We'd all be amazed if Marcus Johnson "makes waves" on the gridiron. I'd almost bet that Michael gets injured once again and cannot play even half of the season.
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  • pittpnthrs wrote:Doesnt mean anything, but Eagle fans dont seem to like this trade either. They dont want Bennett.


    There are racist Eagles fans, too.
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  • Bennett's focus seemed to be more on social issues last year than the field. A guy making that much money, making that big of a ruckus, and even though he was injured his production slipped are all signs he was out the door.

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  • pittpnthrs wrote:Doesnt mean anything, but Eagle fans dont seem to like this trade either. They dont want Bennett.


    my buddy is a huge eagles fan and his favorite hobby was ripping the hawks and Bennett in particular was his top target. He is just devastated this morning. Doesn't matter how much Bennett could help their team it's all about the person that Bennett is and the circus he creates, they don't want any drama on their team as it's peaking.
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  • I would much rather have the 7th round pick than Marcus Johnson. The 7th round pick would have four years of team control, would probably be younger, and might have the possibility to amount to something in the NFL. Marcus Johnson is like a hundred other journeyman who will be available on the waiver wire.
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  • When it comes to the Hawks cap situation its a case of age+salary+injuries+production+big mouth= GONE. This team is due for a retool and is getting one. Didn't get the best of the trade but it sounds like thats the market for a 32 year old more interested in activism than football. We sure werent gonna reap the benefits of the 3 yrs left on his deal. Not sorry to see him go.
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  • I'm sure this will make people happy.

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  • HawkFan72 wrote:I'm sure this will make people happy.



    this better be wrong
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  • HawkFan72 wrote:I'm sure this will make people happy.



    Why lose to the Patriots in the Super Bowl when you can just lose to the Eagles? :shock:
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  • HawkFan72 wrote:I'm sure this will make people happy.



    No way they would pass on that deal............would they???

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  • No way that's true. Next
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  • flmmkrz wrote:
    HawkFan72 wrote:I'm sure this will make people happy.



    this better be wrong


    Doesn’t even make sense. The difference in comp there is big.
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  • I'm going to feel better about this if the Sheldon Richardson deal gets done soon.
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  • Blitzer88 wrote:
    HawkFan72 wrote:I'm sure this will make people happy.



    No way they would pass on that deal............would they???



    This makes more sense. JS is honorable. If he had a deal with Philly, he would not back out of it.
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  • This is not good.
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  • Seattle saves -

    $2,200,000 in cap space in 2018
    $8,725,000 in cap space in 2019
    $10,225,000 in cap space in 2020

    It doesn't really make sense this year, but it certainly does in subsequent years.

    Also, if he was moved next off season, those numbers change so simply 'waiting a year' doesn't make sense.
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  • hawknation2018 wrote:I would much rather have the 7th round pick than Marcus Johnson. The 7th round pick would have four years of team control, would probably be younger, and might have the possibility to amount to something in the NFL. Marcus Johnson is like a hundred other journeyman who will be available on the waiver wire.


    Sounds like JS has gone completely nuts................Just heard this on the radio

    @RapSheet just said with @IanFurnessSea the Patriots offered a 3rd round pick for Michael Bennett and a 5th round pick. And they chose to go with Philly. Wow.

    Watch this receiver pan out to be nothing like 95% of the other Wr's Hawks were high on.
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  • RCATES wrote:
    hawknation2018 wrote:I would much rather have the 7th round pick than Marcus Johnson. The 7th round pick would have four years of team control, would probably be younger, and might have the possibility to amount to something in the NFL. Marcus Johnson is like a hundred other journeyman who will be available on the waiver wire.


    Sounds like JS has gone completely nuts................Just heard this on the radio

    @RapSheet just said with @IanFurnessSea the Patriots offered a 3rd round pick for Michael Bennett and a 5th round pick. And they chose to go with Philly. Wow.

    Watch this receiver pan out to be nothing like 95% of the other Wr's Hawks were high on.


    Supposedly, they got the Patriots' offer after agreeing to terms with the Eagles.

    Why were they in such a hurry? Hopefully, they're getting ready for Sheldon Richardson to sign on the dotted line.
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  • I don't think the cap space helps us because we have a history of squandering cap space with bad contracts.

    All this does is make it easier for them to spend too much on guys that won't be very good anyway.

    Yay.

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  • If that Patriots offer were true, Philly should just trade him to the Pats for the same thing right now.
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  • People believe everything they read on tweets :roll:
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  • Jeremy517 wrote:If that Patriots offer were true, Philly should just trade him to the Pats for the same thing right now.


    I was thinking about that. I don't think it's out of the question that they will pursue better compensation.

    Of course, if I were them, I would rather have Bennett than even a 3rd round pick. He's a Pro Bowler and his contract is reasonable.
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  • TwistedHusky wrote:I don't think the cap space helps us because we have a history of squandering cap space with bad contracts.

    All this does is make it easier for them to spend too much on guys that won't be very good anyway.

    Yay.

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    Really LOL?

    How did our "budget kicker" work out last year?
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  • hawknation2018 wrote:
    Jeremy517 wrote:If that Patriots offer were true, Philly should just trade him to the Pats for the same thing right now.


    I was thinking about that. I don't think it's out of the question that they will pursue better compensation.

    Of course, if I were them, I would rather have Bennett than even a 3rd round pick. He's a Pro Bowler and his contract is reasonable.


    If they pulled off a pass through trade, they'd end up giving up Marcus Johnson and a 5th for a 7th and a 3rd. That's a pretty good day without spending a dime
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  • kidhawk wrote:
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    Jeremy517 wrote:If that Patriots offer were true, Philly should just trade him to the Pats for the same thing right now.


    I was thinking about that. I don't think it's out of the question that they will pursue better compensation.

    Of course, if I were them, I would rather have Bennett than even a 3rd round pick. He's a Pro Bowler and his contract is reasonable.


    If they pulled off a pass through trade, they'd end up giving up Marcus Johnson and a 5th for a 7th and a 3rd. That's a pretty good day without spending a dime


    Either way, this was a hell of a trade for the Super Bowl Champion Eagles. Congrats to them. Their team is looking deep and scary.
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  • The Pats deal was MB and a 5th for a 3rd, not a 3rd and a 5th but it came in after they agreed with Philly. JS is a man of his word.
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  • SoulfishHawk wrote:People believe everything they read on tweets :roll:


    Wasn't a tweet. Ian said it Live on local Seattle radio. Hawks blow trades on a Epic level. Smh
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  • There are 31 other teams to pull for if you like. And yes, people do believe pretty much any tweet they see. Bennett AND a 5th for 3rd? Meh. And just because someone claims it on Twitter, doesn't mean it's gospel.
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  • JS is a man of his word?

    Why the hell would you make a promise to make a deal without actually checking with ALL the other trading partners?

    Does that even make sense?

    I would actually rather a guy that lies and cheats all the time and gets us better deals when he makes them. Who the hell cares about his word if the result is garbage?
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  • Nobody on here knows how it went down. NOBODY
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  • RCATES wrote:
    SoulfishHawk wrote:People believe everything they read on tweets :roll:


    Wasn't a tweet. Ian said it Live on local Seattle radio. Hawks blow trades on a Epic level. Smh


    Well that is a pretty nice welcome to Seattle surprise "favor". :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

    Are you a trade expert? Seeing as you want to trade Wilson, I figure you must be. :snack:
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  • I don't care if it's a tweet or was on the radio, these guys spout crap that never ends up happening all the time.
    So now whatever Ian R says is the be all end all. Um.....no
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  • The more you lie and go back on deals, the less other organizations would be willing to trade with you. I imagine having a good rep as a GM opens up a lot of opportunities.
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  • MrThortan wrote:The more you lie and go back on deals, the less other organizations would be willing to trade with you. I imagine having a good rep as a GM opens up a lot of opportunities.


    Took the words out of my mouth in relation to this -

    TwistedHusky wrote:JS is a man of his word?

    Why the hell would you make a promise to make a deal without actually checking with ALL the other trading partners?

    Does that even make sense?

    I would actually rather a guy that lies and cheats all the time and gets us better deals when he makes them. Who the hell cares about his word if the result is garbage?
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  • RCATES wrote:
    hawknation2018 wrote:I would much rather have the 7th round pick than Marcus Johnson. The 7th round pick would have four years of team control, would probably be younger, and might have the possibility to amount to something in the NFL. Marcus Johnson is like a hundred other journeyman who will be available on the waiver wire.


    Sounds like JS has gone completely nuts................Just heard this on the radio

    @RapSheet just said with @IanFurnessSea the Patriots offered a 3rd round pick for Michael Bennett and a 5th round pick. And they chose to go with Philly. Wow.

    Watch this receiver pan out to be nothing like 95% of the other Wr's Hawks were high on.



    Wow if this true whatta horrific move by our FO.
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  • Cyrus12 wrote:
    RCATES wrote:
    hawknation2018 wrote:I would much rather have the 7th round pick than Marcus Johnson. The 7th round pick would have four years of team control, would probably be younger, and might have the possibility to amount to something in the NFL. Marcus Johnson is like a hundred other journeyman who will be available on the waiver wire.


    Sounds like JS has gone completely nuts................Just heard this on the radio

    @RapSheet just said with @IanFurnessSea the Patriots offered a 3rd round pick for Michael Bennett and a 5th round pick. And they chose to go with Philly. Wow.

    Watch this receiver pan out to be nothing like 95% of the other Wr's Hawks were high on.



    Wow if this true whatta horrific move by our FO.



    original poster wrote:The Pats deal was MB and a 5th for a 3rd, not a 3rd and a 5th but it came in after they agreed with Philly. JS is a man of his word.
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  • original poster wrote:
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    hawknation2018 wrote:I would much rather have the 7th round pick than Marcus Johnson. The 7th round pick would have four years of team control, would probably be younger, and might have the possibility to amount to something in the NFL. Marcus Johnson is like a hundred other journeyman who will be available on the waiver wire.


    Sounds like JS has gone completely nuts................Just heard this on the radio

    @RapSheet just said with @IanFurnessSea the Patriots offered a 3rd round pick for Michael Bennett and a 5th round pick. And they chose to go with Philly. Wow.

    Watch this receiver pan out to be nothing like 95% of the other Wr's Hawks were high on.



    Wow if this true whatta horrific move by our FO.



    original poster wrote:The Pats deal was MB and a 5th for a 3rd, not a 3rd and a 5th but it came in after they agreed with Philly. JS is a man of his word.


    Belichick would have just waved at Philly and taken the 3rd.
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  • No possible way for any of us to know if this is true or not. But people will assume the worst regardless :?
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  • He is worth the money as his salary is not exorbitant, especially when you garner very little savings when trading him.

    So this confirms the front office was tired of his antics, and weren't really concerned with the value they would gain as long as they got rid of him.

    It was one of the questions I was looking forward to having answered this off-season, as productivity wise he was well worth the money.

    This move had everything to do with locker room environment, and team culture. And very little to do with age, salary, performance as those are the much smaller factors at play here.

    Bennett is going to have a hell of a year with the Eagles.
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  • hawknation2018 wrote:
    pittpnthrs wrote:Doesnt mean anything, but Eagle fans dont seem to like this trade either. They dont want Bennett.


    There are racist Eagles fans, too.


    I don't think it's racist if you're coming from a pure Seahawks/football fan perspective. He was a major distraction, and I'm not sure if it was a coincidence or not that our decline as a team seemed to coincide with his political BS. I hate it when players bring that crap onto the field. Just brings unnecessary distractions when every brain should be concentrating 100% on Football. Funny how in 2 seasons he went from one of my favorite Seahawks to the one I wanted gone the most... And I'm a lefty, btw... Buh bye Michael. Thanks for all your prior contributions to our team. Much appreciated.
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  • Can anyone show how Mike B was a distraction and prove that it affected our on field performance? Does Doug's activism get anywhere near the same "distraction" treatment? All I can think of are the offsides penalties which are consistently a part of his game and the end of game fight with the Jags.
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  • Patriots announce release of Martellus Bennett, Bernard Reedy, I imagine that Michael would have been a bit confused with this also, hey but now we can bring in his Brother at TE since he was released and a lot wanted him last year.
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  • Bennett was becoming a locker room distraction and aging. I like the trade. We get a young receiver and another draft pick. Philly really liked the guy, just didn't really need him yet since their offense was doing great. I bet John saw this as a player he would have drafted anyway. Seems like an off the field gem, too
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