The reason I've heard is Plummer is 32 and would rather retire than switch cities. I'm glad he's not coming here. I would much rather go after Jeff Garcia. If we can't get him I'll take Simms and Rattay fighting it out with a new draft pick.
Plummer wants to be guaranteed starting qb status in order to be traded. Good luck with that buddy.
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Originally posted by Santa SangreI would much rather go after Jeff Garcia. If we can't get him I'll take Simms and Rattay fighting it out with a new draft pick.
Rattay ain't in the picture. The team's let him go and has no plans of resigning him. Simms is the guy unless we can bring a guy like Garcia (who I prefer ten thousand times over a hack like Plummer) on board to challenge him, which was really the ideal scenario all along.
And there's no way we draft a QB high. CJ (who I desperately want) is the only non-D or non-OL guy we should be looking at right now.
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I'm not sure the Harvin/Darko comparison works. Had the Pistons not drafted Darko, they would've taken Carmelo, Bosh or Wade, any of whom added to that excellent mid-2000's Pistons core could've helped that team win one or two more championships.