Hey guys --
So once again, a media shitstorm following the Redskins around, as we seem to be ready to ditch our top draft picks for WR's. I'd take Boldin or Williams for a first rounder because it's a good investment -- they would have more of an impact on our franchise than Malcolm Kelly probably would, and their's would be immediate. We'd add a Pro Bowl WR to our team immediately -- how could that be bad? Screw our first rounder, how many first-round WR's pan out anyway? There's much less risk in a young, proven NFL WR.
What do you think about that?
But what about Jason Taylor? ESPN is reporting:
The Miami Dolphins, having signed Michigan's Jake Long as the first pick of the 2008 NFL draft, are shopping Pro Bowl defensive end Jason Taylor in hopes of acquiring another first-round pick, according to media reports in South Florida
Jason Taylor turns 34 at the start of the season. Granted, he's probably the fittest 34 year old in the NFL and still a top 3 DE, IMO. However, the team that trades for him will probably get three years out of him, and they may all be on the decline.
Inexorably, the Redskins have been linked to Taylor. I think he would be a great fit on our team -- but not for a first rounder. What is the most you would give up for Taylor?
I think the Dolphins are kidding themselves asking for a #1 since he's so old. What do you think?