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RoanokeFan
02-29-2012, 01:03 PM
GIANTS MIGHT DECIDE TO TRADE OSI UMENYIORA (http://www.yardbarker.com/nfl/articles/giants_might_decide_to_trade_osi_umenyiora/10174585)

"According to ESPNís John Clayton, even though the New York Giants are talking
about extending Osi Umenyioraís contract, itís still not out of the question
that he could end up being traded. I believe the Giants will try to work out a
way to compensate Umenyiora for his stellar play over the past few seasons, but
he might have to wait a couple of months as the Giants work on getting under the
salary cap for 2012. Theyíre currently $9 million over the cap and have quite a
few free agents to sign. At the end of teh daay, I donít see the Giants trading
Umenyiora since he has one year left on his current deal. He also realized that
holding out last season wasnít the answer, so he might just quietly play out his
contract and then move on.
<div class="readMore_art_page">/images/blue_bullet.gif Original Story: http://giantsfootballtoday.com/newsru (http://network.yardbarker.com/author/article_external/10174585)"
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GGTM_1977
02-29-2012, 01:10 PM
9 MILLION OVER!!!?? As it sits we can't: Sign rookies, re-sign any of our FAs, can't bring in any new FAs.......do we have to have 53 men on the roster? Can we play with say 40?

jhamburg
02-29-2012, 01:17 PM
Please do something so we can stop talking about this lol. Has been going on for years.

JJC7301
02-29-2012, 01:20 PM
I want to keep him -- he's inexpensive for 1 more year.

BUT, it would be nice to get some picks for him especially considering our cap problems now and probably for the next few years.

I can understand either way JR wants to go.

Kruunch
02-29-2012, 01:47 PM
9 MILLION OVER!!!?? As it sits we can't: Sign rookies, re-sign any of our FAs, can't bring in any new FAs.......do we have to have 53 men on the roster? Can we play with say 40?

It's an exaggerated figure. We still have cuts and restructures to do.

buddy33
02-29-2012, 01:57 PM
Listening to Sirius today they where saying that teams already know what they have to do. I trust Reese has been working on this since the day after the Super Bowl and maybe even before it.

I could see Osi being traded and also possibly cutting Jacobs and Diehl. There will be other cuts and restructuring as well.

Could be a lot worse. The Raiders are like $43 million over the cap and only have 2 late round picks in the draft.

egyptian420
02-29-2012, 02:03 PM
Why is the end of "Umenyiora" in the thread title censored?

GameTime
02-29-2012, 02:06 PM
GIANTS MIGHT DECIDE TO TRADE OSI UMENYIORA (http://www.yardbarker.com/nfl/articles/giants_might_decide_to_trade_osi_umenyiora/10174585)

"According to ESPNís John Clayton, even though the New York Giants are talking about extending Osi Umenyioraís contract, itís still not out of the question that he could end up being traded. I believe the Giants will try to work out a way to compensate Umenyiora for his stellar play over the past few seasons, but he might have to wait a couple of months as the Giants work on getting under the salary cap for 2012. Theyíre currently $9 million over the cap and have quite a few free agents to sign. At the end of teh daay, I donít see the Giants trading Umenyiora since he has one year left on his current deal. He also realized that holding out last season wasnít the answer, so he might just quietly play out his contract and then move on.
<DIV class=readMore_art_page>/images/blue_bullet.gif Original Story: http://giantsfootballtoday.com/newsru (http://network.yardbarker.com/author/article_external/10174585)"
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so basically the Giants will......</P>


1....keep him and play out his contract</P>


2.....maybe trade him or not</P>


3....extend his current contract or not.</P>


that article says absolutely nothing really....</P>


who writes this ****...</P>


BTW.....thanks Ro. Nothing against you at all.......slim pickings for sure on Giants info....</P>

ibbill
02-29-2012, 02:15 PM
GIANTS MIGHT DECIDE TO TRADE OSI UMENYIORA (http://www.yardbarker.com/nfl/articles/giants_might_decide_to_trade_osi_umenyiora/10174585)

"According to ESPNís John Clayton, even though the New York Giants are talking about extending Osi Umenyioraís contract, itís still not out of the question that he could end up being traded. I believe the Giants will try to work out a way to compensate Umenyiora for his stellar play over the past few seasons, but he might have to wait a couple of months as the Giants work on getting under the salary cap for 2012. Theyíre currently $9 million over the cap and have quite a few free agents to sign. At the end of teh daay, I donít see the Giants trading Umenyiora since he has one year left on his current deal. He also realized that holding out last season wasnít the answer, so he might just quietly play out his contract and then move on.
<DIV class=readMore_art_page>/images/blue_bullet.gif Original Story: http://giantsfootballtoday.com/newsru (http://network.yardbarker.com/author/article_external/10174585)"*
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</P>


so basically the Giants will......</P>


1....keep him and play out his contract</P>


2.....maybe trade him or not</P>


3....extend his current contract or not.</P>


that article says absolutely nothing really....</P>


who writes this ****...</P>


BTW.....thanks Ro. Nothing against you at all.......slim pickings for sure on Giants info....</P>

Politician

nygsb42champs
02-29-2012, 02:28 PM
If John Clayton siad it I don't believe it. I really believe they will work out a deal with Osi.

G-Man67
02-29-2012, 02:37 PM
let him play out his contract, he will play like a beast trying to earn the most he can next season

Kruunch
02-29-2012, 02:51 PM
GIANTS MIGHT DECIDE TO TRADE OSI UMENYIORA (http://www.yardbarker.com/nfl/articles/giants_might_decide_to_trade_osi_umenyiora/10174585)

"According to ESPNís John Clayton, even though the New York Giants are talking about extending Osi Umenyioraís contract, itís still not out of the question that he could end up being traded. I believe the Giants will try to work out a way to compensate Umenyiora for his stellar play over the past few seasons, but he might have to wait a couple of months as the Giants work on getting under the salary cap for 2012. Theyíre currently $9 million over the cap and have quite a few free agents to sign. At the end of teh daay, I donít see the Giants trading Umenyiora since he has one year left on his current deal. He also realized that holding out last season wasnít the answer, so he might just quietly play out his contract and then move on.
<DIV class=readMore_art_page>/images/blue_bullet.gif Original Story: http://giantsfootballtoday.com/newsru (http://network.yardbarker.com/author/article_external/10174585)"*
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</P>


so basically the Giants will......</P>


1....keep him and play out his contract</P>


2.....maybe trade him or not</P>


3....extend his current contract or not.</P>


that article says absolutely nothing really....</P>


who writes this ****...</P>


BTW.....thanks Ro. Nothing against you at all.......slim pickings for sure on Giants info....</P>

You might be right or wrong or neither.

News at 11.

RoanokeFan
02-29-2012, 02:58 PM
GIANTS MIGHT DECIDE TO TRADE OSI UMENYIORA (http://www.yardbarker.com/nfl/articles/giants_might_decide_to_trade_osi_umenyiora/10174585)

"According to ESPNís John Clayton, even though the New York Giants are talking about extending Osi Umenyioraís contract, itís still not out of the question that he could end up being traded. I believe the Giants will try to work out a way to compensate Umenyiora for his stellar play over the past few seasons, but he might have to wait a couple of months as the Giants work on getting under the salary cap for 2012. Theyíre currently $9 million over the cap and have quite a few free agents to sign. At the end of teh daay, I donít see the Giants trading Umenyiora since he has one year left on his current deal. He also realized that holding out last season wasnít the answer, so he might just quietly play out his contract and then move on.
<div class="readMore_art_page">/images/blue_bullet.gif Original Story: http://giantsfootballtoday.com/newsru (http://network.yardbarker.com/author/article_external/10174585)"
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</p>


so basically the Giants will......</p>


1....keep him and play out his contract</p>


2.....maybe trade him or not</p>


3....extend his current contract or not.</p>


that article says absolutely nothing really....</p>


who writes this ****...</p>


BTW.....thanks Ro. Nothing against you at all.......slim pickings for sure on Giants info....</p>

One of the things I marvel at is how some media says BOO and we all shiver lol

gmen0820
02-29-2012, 03:07 PM
This makes no sense. Osi has like a 4.5 million dollar cap hit, what is the point of trading him? If he has his head on straight, he might provide the most "bang for buck" on the team.

Restructure Jacobs, Canty and Rolle to very reasonable contracts, cut Diehl, and adjust Eli's base salary this year.

Harooni
03-01-2012, 03:55 PM
I don't think extend him. I think we either let him play it out or trade him

Diamondring
03-01-2012, 04:03 PM
let him play out his contract, he will play like a beast trying to earn the most he can next seasonThat seems a good ideal. Advertising himself for the next contract.

FBomb
03-01-2012, 04:13 PM
GIANTS MIGHT DECIDE TO TRADE OSI UMENYIORA (http://www.yardbarker.com/nfl/articles/giants_might_decide_to_trade_osi_umenyiora/10174585)

"According to ESPNís John Clayton, even though the New York Giants are talking about extending Osi Umenyioraís contract, itís still not out of the question that he could end up being traded. I believe the Giants will try to work out a way to compensate Umenyiora for his stellar play over the past few seasons, but he might have to wait a couple of months as the Giants work on getting under the salary cap for 2012. Theyíre currently $9 million over the cap and have quite a few free agents to sign. At the end of teh daay, I donít see the Giants trading Umenyiora since he has one year left on his current deal. He also realized that holding out last season wasnít the answer, so he might just quietly play out his contract and then move on.
<DIV class=readMore_art_page>/images/blue_bullet.gif Original Story: http://giantsfootballtoday.com/newsru (http://network.yardbarker.com/author/article_external/10174585)"
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So, they are working on extending Osi, butIF it doesnot work out heMAY be traded.....OR he MAY play the last year of his contract? </P>


Way to commit toONE scenerio, John.</P>


Seriously, is this all it takes to be a football analyst?</P>

Harooni
03-01-2012, 04:31 PM
Osi may or may not do what one does at this point.

FBomb
03-01-2012, 05:47 PM
Osi may or may not do what one does at this point.</P>


That John Clayton is a genius!!</P>

FDNY Fitzy
03-02-2012, 08:11 AM
He is a one trick wonder. Make him play the last year at what is a very fair and reasonable salary, and then let him go somewhere else.

Giants Of New Jersey
03-02-2012, 09:18 AM
GIANTS MIGHT DECIDE TO TRADE OSI UMENYIORA (http://www.yardbarker.com/nfl/articles/giants_might_decide_to_trade_osi_umenyiora/10174585)

"According to ESPNís John Clayton, even though the New York Giants are talking about extending Osi Umenyioraís contract, itís still not out of the question that he could end up being traded. I believe the Giants will try to work out a way to compensate Umenyiora for his stellar play over the past few seasons, but he might have to wait a couple of months as the Giants work on getting under the salary cap for 2012. Theyíre currently $9 million over the cap and have quite a few free agents to sign. At the end of teh daay, I donít see the Giants trading Umenyiora since he has one year left on his current deal. He also realized that holding out last season wasnít the answer, so he might just quietly play out his contract and then move on.
<DIV class=readMore_art_page>/images/blue_bullet.gif Original Story: http://giantsfootballtoday.com/newsru (http://network.yardbarker.com/author/article_external/10174585)"*
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So, they are working on extending Osi, but*IF it does*not work out he*MAY be traded.....OR he MAY play the last year of his contract?* </P>


Way to commit to*ONE scenerio, John.</P>


Seriously, is this all it takes to be a football analyst?</P>

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