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norsefan1
09-15-2009, 07:47 AM
What would you think IF we found a way to make Michael Crabtree a Viking?

MAYBE he is finally healthy. MAYBE the 49ers will give up on him as it is likely they will not sign him this year. Rather than lose their entire investment...WHAT IF he became a Viking?

He would not help us any time soon; but he could help us by the season's end...and NEXT YEAR, and BEYOND. We need another good impact receiver, and Michael is strong...somewhat in the mold of Fitzgerald.

Maybe Jaymar, and a 3rd round pick would do it. I like Jaymar; but he is not totally NFL ready to make an impact.

Read the story below from the San Jose Mercury News...

COULD THE VIKINGS BE 1 of those 2 TEAMS?

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"Deion Sanders, who helped Michael Crabtree prepare for the draft, said Friday that the 49ers' first-round pick is willing to skip the 2009 season over a contract impasse.

"Why would you settle for $20 million when you feel like you can get $40 million," Sanders said. "That's the problem."

Speaking on the NFL Network, Sanders said two teams approached the 49ers about trading for the rights to the Texas Tech receiver. Sanders said the unnamed teams "will pay this kid, and he knows that."

http://www.prosportsdaily.com/comments/deion-says-crabtree-feels-hes-being-lowballed-270627.html

BleedinPandG
09-15-2009, 08:09 AM
Vikings are trying to develop quality, character guys... Crabtree is proving to be a primadona... he wants sympathy from people because he thinks he's worth $40M and only being offered $20M?
Not many are going to sympathize with someone about to make more money then they'll ever see simply because he can catch a piece of pigskin.

Again, it goes back to Chilly's experience with TO... he's not going to bring someone like that into this organization.
Crabtree has already proven he believe himself to be more important than the team thus the reason he's holding out for more money while his team wins without him.

whackthepack
09-15-2009, 08:16 AM
Why trade for him when we can draft him next year with the 32nd pick and then pay him less when he has no bargaining power at all.



The deadline to trade an unsigned draft pick was Aug. 14.

On that date, owner Jed York reiterated his commitment to signing Crabtree saying, "We're all in."

The 49ers would be unable to trade him until March 1, even if they signed him now. San Francisco retains his rights until the 2010 draft.


The 49ers would have to sign him and then trade him and he isn't worth what he wants sorry you didn't get drafted 1st overall but you didn't tough shit kid.
20 million over 4 years is better than 0 million and if he goes back into the draft he won't get drafted as high next year so he will lose money in this.

PurpleTide
09-15-2009, 08:38 AM
He's not the kind of team guy we want in that locker room. Got no room for prima donna'a whom think they are better than those around him. He may be a great player, but he far to immature right now.

I hope he sits out and get selected in the second or third round next year. Serve him right.

VikingMike
09-15-2009, 08:50 AM
"whackthepack" wrote:


Why trade for him when we can draft him next year with the 32nd pick and then pay him less when he has no bargaining power at all.



The deadline to trade an unsigned draft pick was Aug. 14.

On that date, owner Jed York reiterated his commitment to signing Crabtree saying, "We're all in."

The 49ers would be unable to trade him until March 1, even if they signed him now. San Francisco retains his rights until the 2010 draft.


The 49ers would have to sign him and then trade him and he isn't worth what he wants sorry you didn't get drafted 1st overall but you didn't tough shit kid.

20 million over 4 years is better than 0 million and if he goes back into the draft he won't get drafted as high next year so he will lose money in this.



haha, I love that kind of thinking.

Zeus
09-15-2009, 09:12 AM
"norsefan1" wrote:


Maybe Jaymar, and a 3rd round pick would do it. I like Jaymar; but he is not totally NFL ready to make an impact.


LOL.
I love fantasy trades that give the team you like huge value.


Why don't we offer Cullen Loeffler and a 5th-rounder to the Patriots for Tom Brady?
He was spraying them all over the field last night!

=Z=

Sajid28
09-19-2009, 10:46 PM
the 9ers would want a 1st round as compensation, nothing less. because that is what they invested to get the rights of crabtree.

theres no way they go for anything less of a 1st rounder, which to me is def not worth it. it could pay off or it could end up to be a nother mike williams. id rather trade a 1st rounder for a proven type player like JA.

Caine
09-20-2009, 12:09 AM
This kid is going to fade...just like Dude from Ohio State that fought to enter the draft early, then got picked up in the 3rd (the following year) by Denver...and got released.

That will be Crabtree's story.

He's spending an entire season away from football, and he thinks he'll get more money next year?
From whom?


This kid is a moron.
All the talent in the world doesn't make up for "world-class stupid".

Caine

vikinggreg
09-20-2009, 12:38 AM
"Caine" wrote:


This kid is going to fade...just like Dude from Ohio State that fought to enter the draft early, then got picked up in the 3rd (the following year) by Denver...and got released.

That will be Crabtree's story.

He's spending an entire season away from football, and he thinks he'll get more money next year?
From whom?


This kid is a moron.
All the talent in the world doesn't make up for "world-class stupid".

Caine


Yeah that made me think of Maurice Clarett too....I wonder if he's still in prison?
But if I recall McKinnie sat out on the Vikes for what....close to 4 weeks of the regular season?


But Crabtree's "world-class stupid" title is a lock if he is putting too much faith in Deion's advice, you won't miss 20 million if you don't have it so keep holding out for 40 mill that you won't get. Hey get used to a whole lot of nothing Crabtree cause that's what you have and that's what you're getting a truckload of.

Here some free advice for Michael, move you and your family into the primetime home, take his car for a spin (hit some garbage cans with it), run around in some of his suits (hell jump into the pool with one, look its a pimped out swim suit), have a few parties, flush 6 rolls for charmin down a few of the crappers in his house just to see what happens.
After a week Deion might advice you to sign and offer you some extra money.

aceclown
09-20-2009, 01:09 AM
"Caine" wrote:


This kid is going to fade...just like Dude from Ohio State that fought to enter the draft early, then got picked up in the 3rd (the following year) by Denver...and got released.

That will be Crabtree's story.

He's spending an entire season away from football, and he thinks he'll get more money next year?
From whom?


This kid is a moron.
All the talent in the world doesn't make up for "world-class stupid".

Caine


I agree with you on the point that he will fade, but I'm not ready to compare him to Clarett.


Maurice sat out a year and did almost nothing to stay in shape, he killed himself in the combine (ran around a 4.7 if i remember).
If Crabtree works hard during his season off, I don't think that he will drop to the extent that Clarett did.

As long as he works out regularly and keeps up with catching drills, he should be able to have a respectable showing at the combine.
If that happens I'd be willing to bet that he wouldn't drop past the 2nd round.
I could easily see him being picked in the first round if he stays in shape, and there's really no way of telling whether or not he'll be a bust should that happen.

kevoncox
09-20-2009, 03:26 AM
I think you guys hear the dollar amount and don't realize that there is more to a contract than $ amount. His contract could have all kinds of insane escalators(i.e if 49ers make the superbowl he gets an additional 5 million). He maybe demanding more money to make up for these insane escalators. I remember a certain Viking holding out well into the season : )

Again, I rather have this happen now when it's his right to do so than to have him disrupting my team well into his tenure like Marshell and Boldin.

whackthepack
09-20-2009, 09:07 AM
"aceclown" wrote:


"Caine" wrote:


This kid is going to fade...just like Dude from Ohio State that fought to enter the draft early, then got picked up in the 3rd (the following year) by Denver...and got released.

That will be Crabtree's story.

He's spending an entire season away from football, and he thinks he'll get more money next year?
From whom?


This kid is a silly guy.
All the talent in the world doesn't make up for "world-class stupid".

Caine


I agree with you on the point that he will fade, but I'm not ready to compare him to Clarett.


Maurice sat out a year and did almost nothing to stay in shape, he killed himself in the combine (ran around a 4.7 if i remember).

If Crabtree works hard during his season off, I don't think that he will drop to the extent that Clarett did.

As long as he works out regularly and keeps up with catching drills, he should be able to have a respectable showing at the combine.
If that happens I'd be willing to bet that he wouldn't drop past the 2nd round.

I could easily see him being picked in the first round if he stays in shape, and there's really no way of telling whether or not he'll be a bust should that happen.



Don't forget about Michael Williams USC WR he declared for the draft along with Clarett and he also had to sit out a season.

Detroit drafted him 10th overall 2005 draft (we took Williamson at 7) but a lot of Vikings fans wanted them to take Williams,
I did and he was a complete bust.

Can Crabtree be the next Mike Williams?

oaklandzoo24
09-20-2009, 09:28 AM
I don't want any winey bitches on this team, and that is exactly what Crabtree has become.
You got drafted 10th, you should get paid like the 10th pick.
Your not above everyone who was selected there.
Be loyal to the team that drafted you and gave you an opportunity.
The niners are a great organization and if he wasn't such a stuck up, arrogant, winey, son of a bitch, he would be happy with the money he gets and go out there and play football.
Its not about your first contract anyway.
If you have the talent that you supposedly believe you have, you will play out that first contract and get paid even more that the ridiculous amount of $ these rookies make in the 2nd contract.
When you a little bitch like this, no one is going to want you on your team (unless you are willing to go to a shitty organization who is going anywhere).
I can guarantee a class act team like the Steelers, Vikings, (Probably Patriots), Titans, will have very little interest in this douchebag when he acts out like this.
What a dick.
He is quickly becoming my most hated player in the league.

ejmat
09-20-2009, 09:40 AM
"aceclown" wrote:


"Caine" wrote:


This kid is going to fade...just like Dude from Ohio State that fought to enter the draft early, then got picked up in the 3rd (the following year) by Denver...and got released.

That will be Crabtree's story.

He's spending an entire season away from football, and he thinks he'll get more money next year?
From whom?


This kid is a moron.
All the talent in the world doesn't make up for "world-class stupid".

Caine


I agree with you on the point that he will fade, but I'm not ready to compare him to Clarett.


Maurice sat out a year and did almost nothing to stay in shape, he killed himself in the combine (ran around a 4.7 if i remember).

If Crabtree works hard during his season off, I don't think that he will drop to the extent that Clarett did.

As long as he works out regularly and keeps up with catching drills, he should be able to have a respectable showing at the combine.
If that happens I'd be willing to bet that he wouldn't drop past the 2nd round.

I could easily see him being picked in the first round if he stays in shape, and there's really no way of telling whether or not he'll be a bust should that happen.


I think what people are failing to see is it most likely isn't Crabtree making the decisions here.
His agent and parents have alot to do with this hold out.
Any kid would want to be out there playing football and would be happy with a $20m contract.
I blame this more on the agent/parents.
They are the ones guiding this whole process.
If it is Crabtree then I would agree and that would tell me his heart isn't into the game.
I wouldn't want that on my team either.

Has there been any interviews with Crabtree to where he stated he was holding out because of money?
The kid is getting a bad rap and imo he should be firing his agent and getting another one that can get things done.

oaklandzoo24
09-20-2009, 09:42 AM
"ejmat" wrote:


"aceclown" wrote:


"Caine" wrote:


This kid is going to fade...just like Dude from Ohio State that fought to enter the draft early, then got picked up in the 3rd (the following year) by Denver...and got released.

That will be Crabtree's story.

He's spending an entire season away from football, and he thinks he'll get more money next year?
From whom?


This kid is a moron.
All the talent in the world doesn't make up for "world-class stupid".

Caine


I agree with you on the point that he will fade, but I'm not ready to compare him to Clarett.


Maurice sat out a year and did almost nothing to stay in shape, he killed himself in the combine (ran around a 4.7 if i remember).

If Crabtree works hard during his season off, I don't think that he will drop to the extent that Clarett did.

As long as he works out regularly and keeps up with catching drills, he should be able to have a respectable showing at the combine.
If that happens I'd be willing to bet that he wouldn't drop past the 2nd round.

I could easily see him being picked in the first round if he stays in shape, and there's really no way of telling whether or not he'll be a bust should that happen.


I think what people are failing to see is it most likely isn't Crabtree making the decisions here.
His agent and parents have alot to do with this hold out.
Any kid would want to be out there playing football and would be happy with a $20m contract.
I blame this more on the agent/parents.
They are the ones guiding this whole process.
If it is Crabtree then I would agree and that would tell me his heart isn't into the game.
I wouldn't want that on my team either.

Has there been any interviews with Crabtree to where he stated he was holding out because of money?
The kid is getting a bad rap and imo he should be firing his agent and getting another one that can get things done.



I don't care if his agent is saying this.
Crabtree needs to take control of his own life.
If he has any sense at all, it isn't worth is to sit out a year to get a slightly larger contract in the grand scheme of things.
He'll miss out on a years pay, get a bad rep, his stock will fall, and then he will be one year further from his 2nd contract when the big money comes out if he actually is special.

ejmat
09-20-2009, 09:59 AM
"oaklandzoo24" wrote:


"ejmat" wrote:


"aceclown" wrote:


"Caine" wrote:


This kid is going to fade...just like Dude from Ohio State that fought to enter the draft early, then got picked up in the 3rd (the following year) by Denver...and got released.

That will be Crabtree's story.

He's spending an entire season away from football, and he thinks he'll get more money next year?
From whom?


This kid is a moron.
All the talent in the world doesn't make up for "world-class stupid".

Caine


I agree with you on the point that he will fade, but I'm not ready to compare him to Clarett.


Maurice sat out a year and did almost nothing to stay in shape, he killed himself in the combine (ran around a 4.7 if i remember).

If Crabtree works hard during his season off, I don't think that he will drop to the extent that Clarett did.

As long as he works out regularly and keeps up with catching drills, he should be able to have a respectable showing at the combine.
If that happens I'd be willing to bet that he wouldn't drop past the 2nd round.

I could easily see him being picked in the first round if he stays in shape, and there's really no way of telling whether or not he'll be a bust should that happen.


I think what people are failing to see is it most likely isn't Crabtree making the decisions here.
His agent and parents have alot to do with this hold out.
Any kid would want to be out there playing football and would be happy with a $20m contract.
I blame this more on the agent/parents.
They are the ones guiding this whole process.
If it is Crabtree then I would agree and that would tell me his heart isn't into the game.
I wouldn't want that on my team either.

Has there been any interviews with Crabtree to where he stated he was holding out because of money?
The kid is getting a bad rap and imo he should be firing his agent and getting another one that can get things done.



I don't care if his agent is saying this.
Crabtree needs to take control of his own life.
If he has any sense at all, it isn't worth is to sit out a year to get a slightly larger contract in the grand scheme of things.
He'll miss out on a years pay, get a bad rep, his stock will fall, and then he will be one year further from his 2nd contract when the big money comes out if he actually is special.



I agree he needs to be out ther playing and it will hurt him in the long run.
But when you are 21 years old you don't think about that.
You hire an agent and you trust that person.
The parents make the decision.
He may not know any better.
I'm not saying this is 100% true but in most cases it is how it works.
Same thing happened with McKinnie.
His agent thought he should be paid as a number 7 instead of 9 or whatever the number was.


The young guys do not have a clue about how these things work.
I agree with what you are sayin in how he should handle it.
I just question how much HE really has to do with it.
It may not be as black and white s you may think.

oaklandzoo24
09-20-2009, 10:13 AM
"ejmat" wrote:


"oaklandzoo24" wrote:


"ejmat" wrote:


"aceclown" wrote:


"Caine" wrote:


This kid is going to fade...just like Dude from Ohio State that fought to enter the draft early, then got picked up in the 3rd (the following year) by Denver...and got released.

That will be Crabtree's story.

He's spending an entire season away from football, and he thinks he'll get more money next year?
From whom?


This kid is a moron.
All the talent in the world doesn't make up for "world-class stupid".

Caine


I agree with you on the point that he will fade, but I'm not ready to compare him to Clarett.


Maurice sat out a year and did almost nothing to stay in shape, he killed himself in the combine (ran around a 4.7 if i remember).

If Crabtree works hard during his season off, I don't think that he will drop to the extent that Clarett did.

As long as he works out regularly and keeps up with catching drills, he should be able to have a respectable showing at the combine.
If that happens I'd be willing to bet that he wouldn't drop past the 2nd round.

I could easily see him being picked in the first round if he stays in shape, and there's really no way of telling whether or not he'll be a bust should that happen.


I think what people are failing to see is it most likely isn't Crabtree making the decisions here.
His agent and parents have alot to do with this hold out.
Any kid would want to be out there playing football and would be happy with a $20m contract.
I blame this more on the agent/parents.
They are the ones guiding this whole process.
If it is Crabtree then I would agree and that would tell me his heart isn't into the game.
I wouldn't want that on my team either.

Has there been any interviews with Crabtree to where he stated he was holding out because of money?
The kid is getting a bad rap and imo he should be firing his agent and getting another one that can get things done.



I don't care if his agent is saying this.
Crabtree needs to take control of his own life.
If he has any sense at all, it isn't worth is to sit out a year to get a slightly larger contract in the grand scheme of things.
He'll miss out on a years pay, get a bad rep, his stock will fall, and then he will be one year further from his 2nd contract when the big money comes out if he actually is special.



I agree he needs to be out ther playing and it will hurt him in the long run.
But when you are 21 years old you don't think about that.
You hire an agent and you trust that person.
The parents make the decision.
He may not know any better.
I'm not saying this is 100% true but in most cases it is how it works.
Same thing happened with McKinnie.
His agent thought he should be paid as a number 7 instead of 9 or whatever the number was.


The young guys do not have a clue about how these things work.
I agree with what you are sayin in how he should handle it.
I just question how much HE really has to do with it.
It may not be as black and white s you may think.


I know what your saying.
He has a bunch of people influencing him, including Primetime and his agent.
I just think at 21 you have to step up to the plate now.
Its tough, but at some point you need to ultimately make your OWN decisions.
Its his life and he needs to realize it before he makes a mistake.
He needs to reclaim what respect people still have for him before its gone.

battleaxe4cheese
09-20-2009, 10:57 AM
Crabass hasn't caught ball one in the NFL and he's worth 40 million in his mind. ????? ???

erik5032
09-20-2009, 11:14 AM
I hope Crabtree never plays a snap in the NFL... if he does go into the draft i would love to see him drop to the second or third round... then he will be wishing he could get that $20 million.

gagarr
09-20-2009, 11:49 AM
Viking? No, Vikes don't need that kind of attention.

Whoever is pulling the strings agent/friends/family/etc.
in the end the only person that truly gets hurt is Crabtree.
Everyone still remembers Eli forcing the Chargers to trade him to the Giants.
It's a diva move, but NOTHING as bad as what Crabtree is doing.
If he does sit out the full season, he will have the mark for the rest of his life.

But such a move may very well force the improvement of the draft slotting system.

It will be very interesting what the CBA does about rookie salaries.
I will bet it will take several lawyers and accountants to make any sense of it in the end.

nflka
09-26-2009, 07:56 PM
no way.

ultravikingfan
09-26-2009, 08:27 PM
"nflka" wrote:


no way.


Upon activation of your new account you were automatically direct to the Forum Rules.

If you had bothered reading them, you would've noticed this one:


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One. word. posts. to. up. your. account. means. you. will. be. laughed. at. and. then. counter. will. stop. for. you.
Well, you get our drift.
We value insight, and only the occasional huzzah!
“Post whoring” is also high frowned upon as well.


All those posts have been removed.

Garland Greene
09-26-2009, 09:08 PM
2 teams I willing to bet that the Cowboys are one.

Purple Floyd
09-26-2009, 09:54 PM
"Garland" wrote:


2 teams I willing to bet that the Cowboys are one.


And the Raiders 2

jkjuggalo
09-26-2009, 10:09 PM
"UffDaVikes" wrote:


"Garland" wrote:


2 teams I willing to bet that the Cowboys are one.


And the Raiders 2


The Raiders had their chance and passed.


He probably just wants to play for a better team with a better QB.
Otherwise this is the worst career decision to be made since Michael Jordan tried to play baseball.

NDVikingFan66
09-26-2009, 11:40 PM
I want to see him in the draft again next year....and all the NFL teams agree to not pick him.

Serves him right.
I want the NFL owners to say to the rookies....you do not dictate to us!!!

It would serve him right.

oaklandzoo24
09-26-2009, 11:54 PM
Crabtree would think he is too cool for purple.

ultravikingfan
09-26-2009, 11:54 PM
This whole ordeal with this guy is a joke....he is a joke.

The Niners waste their pick and they get nothing.
I say if a player chooses not to play for the team that drafts him, he does not play at all...anywhere in the NFL.

oaklandzoo24
09-26-2009, 11:57 PM
"NDVikingFan66" wrote:


I want to see him in the draft again next year....and all the NFL teams agree to not pick him.

Serves him right.
I want the NFL owners to say to the rookies....you do not dictate to us!!!

It would serve him right.



Send him to the CFL.
Have him play for a couple Gs a year and freeze his ass off.
He is a dick.
IDK about that "it is his advisors", screw it, you know what you should be doing in this situation and that is sign with the team who drafted you for 10th pick money.
The niners are a great organization to go too.
This kid is smokin too much crabtree.

aceclown
09-27-2009, 05:15 AM
"oaklandzoo24" wrote:


Crabtree would think he is too cool for purple.



I don't know, check out what he wore at the draft.
That shirt is some sort of purple...
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f130/aceclown/michael-crabtree-zuma-20090425_zaf_.jpg

Rockmolder
09-27-2009, 07:33 AM
"aceclown" wrote:


"oaklandzoo24" wrote:


Crabtree would think he is too cool for purple.



I don't know, check out what he wore at the draft.
That shirt is some sort of purple...
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f130/aceclown/michael-crabtree-zuma-20090425_zaf_.jpg


Could be Deion Sanders' son. Just less talented and even more of a jackass.

With the 256th pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the 49ers select, Michael Crabtree, WR, Texas Tech. Might be kind of evil, but still.

Marrdro
09-27-2009, 07:37 AM
I wonder if at times like this the owners don't give each other a call and do the Okie Doke........

I mean seriously, dude refused to go meet with the owner for cripes sake.
How hard headed is that?

Purple Floyd
09-27-2009, 09:02 AM
"Rockmolder" wrote:


"aceclown" wrote:


"oaklandzoo24" wrote:


Crabtree would think he is too cool for purple.



I don't know, check out what he wore at the draft.
That shirt is some sort of purple...
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f130/aceclown/michael-crabtree-zuma-20090425_zaf_.jpg


Could be Deion Sanders' son. Just less talented and even more of a jackass.

With the 256th pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the 49ers select, Michael Crabtree, WR, Texas Tech. Might be kind of evil, but still.


Looks gay to me. I wonder if he is making monthly payments on that wrist bling? He doesn't have a job to pay for it as far as I know.

ejmat
09-27-2009, 09:05 AM
"Rockmolder" wrote:


"aceclown" wrote:


"oaklandzoo24" wrote:


Crabtree would think he is too cool for purple.



I don't know, check out what he wore at the draft.
That shirt is some sort of purple...
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f130/aceclown/michael-crabtree-zuma-20090425_zaf_.jpg


Could be Deion Sanders' son. Just less talented and even more of a jackass.

With the 256th pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the 49ers select, Michael Crabtree, WR, Texas Tech. Might be kind of evil, but still.


Now that would be funny.
Even funnier if they cut him before the season starts.

Rockmolder
09-27-2009, 09:06 AM
"UffDaVikes" wrote:


"Rockmolder" wrote:


"aceclown" wrote:


"oaklandzoo24" wrote:


Crabtree would think he is too cool for purple.



I don't know, check out what he wore at the draft.
That shirt is some sort of purple...
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f130/aceclown/michael-crabtree-zuma-20090425_zaf_.jpg


Could be Deion Sanders' son. Just less talented and even more of a j~~~~~~s.

With the 256th pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the 49ers select, Michael Crabtree, WR, Texas Tech. Might be kind of evil, but still.


Looks g*y to me. I wonder if he is making monthly payments on that wrist bling? He doesn't have a job to pay for it as far as I know.


Endorsements are keeping him alive at this point. EA, Nike etc. If not for that, he'd have signed already, I asume.

Life's unfair.

Purple Floyd
09-27-2009, 09:11 AM
"Rockmolder" wrote:


"UffDaVikes" wrote:


"Rockmolder" wrote:


"aceclown" wrote:


"oaklandzoo24" wrote:


Crabtree would think he is too cool for purple.



I don't know, check out what he wore at the draft.
That shirt is some sort of purple...
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f130/aceclown/michael-crabtree-zuma-20090425_zaf_.jpg


Could be Deion Sanders' son. Just less talented and even more of a j~~~~~~s.

With the 256th pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the 49ers select, Michael Crabtree, WR, Texas Tech. Might be kind of evil, but still.


Looks g*y to me. I wonder if he is making monthly payments on that wrist bling? He doesn't have a job to pay for it as far as I know.


Endorsements are keeping him alive at this point. EA, Nike etc. If not for that, he'd have signed already, I asume.

Life's unfair.


The only endorsements he would deserve at this point are from Ashley furniture and Lays while he sits at home on the couch eating potato chips.

oaklandzoo24
09-27-2009, 12:28 PM
That isn't vikings purple.
I believe that is "bitch ass pink".

NDVikingFan66
09-27-2009, 12:51 PM
"aceclown" wrote:


"oaklandzoo24" wrote:


Crabtree would think he is too cool for purple.



I don't know, check out what he wore at the draft.
That shirt is some sort of purple...
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f130/aceclown/michael-crabtree-zuma-20090425_zaf_.jpg


I dont want him....he has already shown that he is above the team.
He is a rookie that is yet to make a NFL play.
He should get his ass on the field and show what he can do before he decides to do the holdout thing.

I could care less if he ever gets in a NFL uniform.
I think all the teams should get together and stand behind SF and say we dont want him, and we wont draft him next year.

HEY
09-27-2009, 03:16 PM
I wouldn't trade him for Percy Harvin.