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What to do with him the rest of the year and why?

Keep him, trade him now?

Discuss?
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Drop him shouldn't be an option.

Does anyone know anything about his injury(ies) other than his knee has swollen up?
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Just wanted another option
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The swollen knee and nothing being said that is very concerning to me
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the foot thing too.

I wouldn't drop him
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I think the only option is to keep him and hope he gets healthy. His trade value is very limited right now because of the injury. And obviously, you can't drop him.
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You will have to wait until he comes up big in a couple of games and then try to trade him before the next injury comes
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Foot and Knee, different legs. Assumption: knee problem is from trying to stay off the foot.

Dropping isn't a viable option and trading would be selling too low.
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I took out the drop him choice
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What Third and Long said is correct: you can't trade him now, so wait until he gets healthy and puts up some numbers. Then keep him for yourself (because he does produce great numbers when he plays) or trade him.
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What to do with Hakeem Nicks?

Keep him and drop another player off your roster to acquire Domenik Hixon.

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ChummyShark wrote:What to do with Hakeem Nicks?

Keep him and drop another player off your roster to acquire Domenik Hixon.

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Chum ftw. Do that and wait and see how his health plays out. If he has a good game and still has questions, sell.
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Third and Long wrote:You will have to wait until he comes up big in a couple of games and then try to trade him before the next injury comes



yep
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The Giants always start having a great run in the second half of the season. The only thing I could thing of is they are resting him now to have him 100% healthy in, let's say, week 7 maybe? why rush him if his backups are doing well.

Call me crazy, but I really think he's a buy low wr. I'd buy him in heart beat if I was a SJax owner.
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Keefe wrote:The swollen knee and nothing being said that is very concerning to me
should've taken Dez when I offered him for your 1st instead of Nicks :wink:
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