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How 'bout Mark Clayton?

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How come no one's talking about picking up a third WR? I'm not saying it's what we should do, I think, however, we should keep the option open.

Scott Linehan likes 3 WR formations as well. How 'bout bringing back the name Mark Clayton to Miami? We can easily pick him up if we trade down.
 

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If something happened to give us a pick in the area he would be drafted (like a trade with the Cowboys, whose second pick would be perfect for him), I'd love to have Clayton. I don't think he's going to be the pro that Michael showed he was last year, but he'll do nicely.
 

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We really have no shot at picking him. He's a middle to late first rounder and we don't have a pick in that area.
 

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If we traded down that far, it's a possibility.
 

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Mark Clayton is my favorite receiver in this draft. Explosive playmaker with great hands.....looks a lot like Lee Evans from last year.
 

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the only way we would get him is if we trade picks with Minn. cuz Clayton is projected mid to late 1st round. if we get minn. 7 and 18 picks then it could be a possiblility... it is nothing anyone has thought of because the trade wouldnt go thru ( if at all) until draft day. i think he will be good, he reminds me of a L. Coles or Santana Moss type of player.
 

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I like the kid from N. Colorado, I forget his name but NFL Total Access showed some highlights and he's a great receiver that no one talks about.
 

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picking someone named Mark Clayton would be awesome, however, i'd still try to get Matt Jones first if we get a pick in that area
 

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Cheapshotz said:
We really have no shot at picking him. He's a middle to late first rounder and we don't have a pick in that area.


Exactly why we're not talking about him.

But I do like Clayton. I have him the 3rd receiver on my board behind Edwars and Williams and above Williamson.
 

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Mark Clayton was awesome. I still have his #83 jersey in my closet, and even though it is now a size or two too small, I still wear it when I think the offense needs good karma. :jumper:
 

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I agree. If Chris Henry is there for us, I would rather have him than Clayton. Of course, we won't know if we can get him there before Clayton is picked...
 

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What about Chris Henery, West Virginia WR. He has a bad temper but under the right guidance (Saban) he could be great in the NFL.:evil:
 

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we need to get a second round pick so we can get a wr and rb in the first two rounds
 
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