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Raiders' Carson Palmer Trade: What Media Types Were Tweeting

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The Raiders trade for Carson Palmer had all kinds of people buzzing and tweeting. I decided to take a tour onto Twitter and collect various tweets from an assortment of folks. 

Albert Breer of the NFL Network starts us of with what many of us are thinking.

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Jump over for plenty more....

 

Jason LaCanfora sums up a thought that was popular with a lot of football talking heads.

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Chris Mortenson adds a detail I hadn't heard.

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Too bad the Bengals weren't interested in Groves. I wonder what the deal was when Curry was involved. In the end, I am glad they kept him. If you're going to go for it all no sense stopping short and trading off a part of the puzzle.

You know Ochocinco couldn't resist chiming in.

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Pro Football Talk's Greg Rosenthal manages to get a shot in at the Bengals. This made me smile because it wasn't that long ago when all the media types would have been directing the dysfunctional shots at the Raiders.

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Vitto Tafur added his Raider expertise.

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Bill Simmons' Tweet could be interpreted two ways. I'm pretty sure he meant it as a shot. But screw Simmons.

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Deion unsurprisingly took the player's side.

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And finally, this was a trade U Can't Touch.

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