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The trio of LeSean McCoy, Gore and Yeldon offers a diverse skill set to go along with quarterback Josh Allen's running ability. Might the addition of Gore and Yeldon this offseason lead to speculation the Bills might dangle McCoy in possible trade talks during the draft later this week?

 

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000001027277/article/bills-sign-rb-tj-yeldon-to-twoyear-contract

 

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Whom would trade anything for him my friend? I think there is a very real chance we draft Miles Sanders and Shady gets released. Once again, just my gut feeling. 

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Sure listen to offers, have one that blows you away take it.

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Two years too late.

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Should’ve been done 2 years ago.

 

I’ve wanted McCoy gone for a very long time.

 

If we can get anything out of him at this point, you send him packing.

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3 minutes ago, McBean said:

Should’ve been done 2 years ago.

 

I’ve wanted McCoy gone for a very long time.

 

If we can get anything out of him at this point, you send him packing.

Yeah Definitely would have moved him before last years fall of the cliff production.

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I hope not, but anything is possible.  

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10 minutes ago, McBean said:

Should’ve been done 2 years ago.

 

I’ve wanted McCoy gone for a very long time.

 

If we can get anything out of him at this point, you send him packing.

well beings that he was arguably the best player on the field in a playoff game 2 seasons ago with a bum ankle and has only had one bad season as a bill I find this statement quite foolish honestly. last year during the trade rumors when the season was lost? sure I could see a move then. but "for a very long time". silly talk!

 

the reality now is that his presence on the team and leadership is much more valuable than the 6th rounder he could get on the market. he'll play out his deal and walk. no biggie.

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All of you guys talking trash about shady look at the line he ran behind last year let's see what he can do with a improved line then judge him you guys are something else always looking to crucify a player until they do well then its back on the bandwagon 

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Why? The finally have some depth instead of two yard Tolbert. 

 

Injuries happen and I'm glad we have 3 starting caliber players at RB

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3 hours ago, McBean said:

Should’ve been done 2 years ago.

 

I’ve wanted McCoy gone for a very long time.

 

If we can get anything out of him at this point, you send him packing.

Why would you have wanted to get rid of an RB with 1500-1600 total yards behind a mediocre o-line. Two years ago, he was coming off a season where he was averaging 5.4 ypc. I guess if you thought you could get max value (or you were worried about the stories), it makes sense, but I don't really get why you would be so hot to get rid of a guy coming off one of the best seasons for an RB. And, you could say b/c of last year, but he was an integral part of the season we made the playoffs, when he was a top 10 yardage back.

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31 year old RB coming off the worst year of his career, making $9 mil and in the last year of his deal. Realistically, he has little value.

 

 

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11 minutes ago, McBean said:

Should’ve been done 2 years ago.

 

I’ve wanted McCoy gone for a very long time.

 

If we can get anything out of him at this point, you send him packing.

Good thing we didn’t trade him 2 years ago.  If we did, we’d still be talking about our drought and what it will take to break it. 

 

He needs an NFL caliber OL and OL coach.  He didn’t have that last year.

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7 minutes ago, The Senator said:

 

I hope not, but anything is possible.  

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Bills said they will listen to all offers so I suppose if a good enough offer came in they would consider it so yes.

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Haven't they said several times that Shady is firmly in their plans for 2019? I know things can  be fluid in this business but I think it'd take quite the offer for them to move him.

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I think McCoy is poised for a big rebound this season, and last season was just the result of a bad Bills Offense and rookie QB learning the ropes

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It's going to be fun watching Shady return to 2016-17 form behind an OL that can actually block, and then watching all of you start backtracking.

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I sure hope not and I don’t think so. Based on Shady’’s and him and Gore’s age I’d like to think that this is an insurance addition.

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1 hour ago, MAJBobby said:

Yeah Definitely would have moved him before last years fall of the cliff production.

Relax buddy. We have an OL again, Shady will be an asset again this year. It'll be OK.

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LeShady can play on my team anytime he wants.  There were stretches last year that he was still the best player on the team, even though his final numbers were disappointing.  The O-line completely sucked last year.  I can't wait to see what he can do with a real O-line again.  

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Doubt it.  Probably worth more to the Bills than any other team at this point.

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Why?  He’s not going to get them a high pick, they don’t need the cap space, can still be a top runner, and isn’t his contract up this year?

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I honestly think that everyone on the team is on the trading block for the right price.  Except Josh.

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