Originally Posted by DLCassidy
Let's just say that Mark Clayton is there at 20 and we draft him. The first loud noise you'll hear will be Quincy Morgan's shoe going through his wide screen. So.....would it make sense to move Morgan for a draft pick on draft day? Morgan's not going to be happy as a #4 and we won't draft Clayton to watch Morgan play so a deal would seem sensible. Or do you wait and see in case someone gets hurt? What could we get? I'd take an early 4th.
What makes you think Morgan would be #4 on the depth chart?
He'll have a year in the Cowboys' system compared to Clayton.
Also, isn't the argument that we need receivers to eventually replace Keyshawn and Glenn?
Why would Morgan assume we drafted Clayton to replace him?
If anything, he'll see himself as the #1 or #2 guy after Keyshawn and Glenn leave.