posted on Apr, 9 2004 @ 08:34 AM
The Bengals will drop their trade demands from something close to a third round pick down to maybe even a seventh to get Dillon out of Cincinnati.
Most believe the Raiders are the probable stop for Dillon but a change in the price tag might bring someone else to the table. It could be that
Oakland would be the obvious choice. He's got attitude problems, and Oakland seems to love guys who have attitude problems, but can play. It adds to
their legacy, and Al Davis would like nothing more than for that to happen. Other choices for the Bengals would probably be Dallas or Detroit, but not
New England or Denver like others have suggested. Bill Belicick doesn't like guys who clash with him (Ty Law, Lawyer Milloy).