I’m continually amazed at posters that think we can trade players like Caully and Chang and actually get something in return. We’re talking about players that can’t crack the active roster most weeks, on the absolutely worst team in the league by a mile.
I would disagree with that.........Edmonton and Toronto, in my opinion, don't have a "high quality" starting running back. Robertson is average at best for Toronto, same for Harris in Edmonton. Dorsey is valuable, but more as a returner.
That said, if I was running those teams, I'd be looking to Jarrett Payton or Robert Edwards before I'd trade anyone of value for a third string running back from the worst team in the league.
Don't trade Terry Caully.
As a transplanted "Cats Fan" (now in Calgary)
I've been following the team but not as close as in the past.
Caully has some moves that neither Lumsden nor Smith have.
I'd like to see him figure into more of the game plan.
He is not as big as the above two but built more along the lines of a "swift" back, and NO injuries to speak of.
Trade Caully when Lumsden can't go two games without injuring himself and Smith put the ball on the ground about 100 times while Jesse was out? No way.
Caully is a good solid back who's worth more to you in the lineup than in a trade. Most other teams are set at running back, and MadJack is right: if I were another GM, I'd be looking at guys like Robert Edwards and Jarrett Payton before I thought about trading for Caully.