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Chargers Will Trade Eric Parker, Browns Need a No. 3 WR; Let’s Make This Work, People
by November 30, 1999 @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Jun 21st 2008 11:33AM by Ryan Wilson (author feed)
Filed under: Browns, Chargers, NFL RumorsJoe Jurevicius has said this will be his final NFL season, and the Browns’ No. 3 receiver might miss the start of ‘08 while he recovers from a knee injury. The Browns have Braylon Edwards, Donte’ Stallworth and tight end Kellen Winslow, but have very little experience after that.

The team has given J.O.A.T.s Joshua Cribbs some work at wide receiver, and are pleasantly surprised with Travis Wilson’s progress, but the front office could still make some moves prior to training camp.

The Chargers’ Eric Parker could be that guy. San Diego signed return dude Mark Jones yesterday, which, as the ’s Kevin Acee notes, “isn’t a big deal in and of itself,” but it could spell the end of Parker’s career in San Diego. Apparently, the Chargers are willing to deal the 29-year-old wideout, and if the can’t, they’ll release him before training camp.

Enter Cleveland: The Cleveland Browns, whose offensive coordinator is former Chargers tight ends coach Rob Chudzinksi, are among the teams that have shown interest in Parker. The Chargers are believed to be asking for a draft pick somewhere in the final three rounds. Eh, a third-round pick sounds about right. Plus, if Parker is completely healthy and can contribute as the No. 3 receiver for three or four seasons, then maybe it’s worth it.

That would be good news for Derek Anderson (scrub!) and the Chargers’ Malcom Floyd. Kassim Osgood, however, is still bummed.




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