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    Lions trade Alexander to Jaguars

    The Jacksonville Jaguars have traded wide receiver Dennis Northcutt to the Detroit Lions in exchange for safety Gerald Alexander, according to multiple sources.
    Northcutt was informed during the week he was going to be traded. The Lions showed interest but didn't want to give up a draft choice. Once they talked to the Jaguars, the Lions decided to offer Alexander in a straight player-for-player deal.
    The trade was agreed to on Friday and is expected to be finalized next week. The irony of the trade is that Northcutt and Alexander are represented by the same agent, Jerome Stanley, who was surprised to find out Alexander was involved in the trade.

    Not that big of a move but interesting



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    Re: Lions trade Alexander to Jaguars



    Don't confuse hope for a plan.

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    Re: Lions trade Alexander to Jaguars

    I don't get why the lions keep trading for offense. They could put points on the board last season - it was stopping the other teams from scoring that was the problem.



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