Pack-A-Day Podcast - Episode 571 - Five (Realistic) Trade Ideas

On today's show, Andy Herman breaks down five realistic trades that could make sense for Green Bay this offseason.

On today's show, Andy Herman breaks down five realistic trades that could make sense for Green Bay this offseason.

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Andy is a graduate of UW-Oshkosh and owns & operates the Pack-A-Day Podcast. Andy has taken multiple courses in NFL scouting and is an Editor for Packer Report. You can find him on WFRV's Green Bay Nation and every Friday on the Friday Film Room on WDUZ . Andy grew up in Green Bay and is a lifelong season ticket holder - follow him on Twitter @AndyHermanNFL!

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Turophile's picture

February 16, 2020 at 09:46 am

I never expect trades to happen if they utilise players, especially multiple players that have failed with Green Bay as part of a trade for someone potentially much better.

Having said that, your scenarios are not that unrealistic. I would like to see a trade for Rosen as I think he can make a jump, and any decent veteran D line acquisition is attractive. Nice job, Andy.

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Lphill's picture

February 16, 2020 at 01:02 pm

I think if the Packers trade M Adams he would wind up a pro bowler with the right coaching which I think he is not getting, now , he has all the qualities needed to be a beast yet he is not.

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Thegreatreynoldo's picture

February 16, 2020 at 05:48 pm

Few questioned Adams' talent. Even in college, where he was an underachiever, scouts questioned his motor and dedication.

I suppose that could be a coaching issue.

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stockholder's picture

February 16, 2020 at 02:47 pm

If you have to make a case for any player. Their Tradable. The packers became champions when they traded for DL Talent. Gutey needs another 2nd round or early 3rd round pick.

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nygary's picture

February 16, 2020 at 04:24 pm

LPHILL. I think your comment is way off. Adams hasn't shown anything at any time in the pros. He's a total bust. Keke has so much more potential. They need to let Adams go.

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Lphill's picture

February 16, 2020 at 06:03 pm

nygary I get your point but do some research on Adams then explain why he has not lived up to his potential, it doesn’t make sense I say it’s coaching.

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February 17, 2020 at 10:38 am

LP - You could make the same case for Justin Harrell, Jerel Worthy, K. Thornton, even Datone Jones. All players with stellar college resumes and busts or near busts as pros (and all were drafted at least as highly as Adams). And that is just examples from the Packers. Some guys make the jump, some don't.

Adams has had three years to make the jump and hasn't. Based on playing time this year you could make the case that he has regressed. Time to move on.

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February 16, 2020 at 08:54 pm

If the packers stay at #30 they will get a lot of offers for the Pick. The target will be Swift/RB! I believe they could get a 2 and 3 for the #30 pick. TT traded back for King and a #4 with Cleveland for that TE. Trading back fills Wr,Lb, OT, LB. or 4 picks in the top 90. They then can move other picks too. To get another in the 3rd! This draft will push good players down.

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February 17, 2020 at 05:02 pm

I like the idea of trading away many of Gutes' draft busts such as Josh Jackson, Oren Burks, MVS, and Monty Adams, however it's unrealistic to think they have any value. Perhaps we could get 7th rounders but most GMs know these guys are most likely to be cut and can be claimed on waivers.
These were bad picks and are a sunk cost. It's disheartening to think about the players we could have selected instead.

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Cheesey51's picture

February 18, 2020 at 09:03 pm

Andy
Reverse Rookie QB Deal
How much money does Aaron Rodgers need? Is Aaron Rodgers tied to the financial part of his contract.?Can he negotiate a descending salary? I assume the union/league maintain a salary based on years of experience but it is a guideline. It would be still up to the individual player to accept the terms for less money, right?
Scenario, With Aaron Rodgers on"the back nine of his career" what is stop Aaaron from taking a pay cut with the stipulation the team must pursue game changing players with the money he has reduced from his salary?
It would be a win win
AR gets top notch players, improves his legacy as a player and a genuine human being.
This team has "the power"
Is this a possibility? It is the reverse of the rookie QB deal. Again how much is enough

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