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Falcons still (and maybe now more) interested in Gonzalez?

Could have been in the Fanshots but I feel like this is a topic worth posting about. 

 

Courtesty of Mike Lombardi at National Football Post:

The Falcons are seriously considering trading for Chiefs tight end Tony Gonzalez and might even give up their second-round pick to make the deal. 

What does this mean for the offense?  Not sure - outside of the fact that Cassel will lose his most reliable target.  The Chiefs would snag a very good deal here in a 2nd rounder.  You could look at it like we traded TG for Cassel and Vrabel AND keep Tony out of the AFC - if you feel more comfortable.  I'd take that trade.

My thoughts are that if this deal were to be made (and I would think this is the best we'll be offered unless we get some desperate teams come draft day) Pioli would get the #3 and #55 pick to get both O-Line and pass rushing/coverage LB.  Interesting to see how this plays out....

This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Arrowhead Pride's writers or editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of Arrowhead Pride writers or editors.

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