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Old 05-08-2013, 04:24 PM   #4651
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Titus Young - WR - Free Agent

Free agent WR Titus Young was arrested twice in 15 hours last Sunday.
The troubled ex-Lion was busted for drunk driving at 12:01 Sunday morning in Moreno Valley, Cal. He was then arrested again 15 hours later after he was caught trying to steal his impounded Mustang from a tow-company lot. It's the exact kind of confounding, short-sighted behavior that earned Young his walking papers from the Lions less than two years after he was a second-round pick. Young needs to get serious help before his life spirals completely out of control

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this is beyond Flava clown. this fool is straight up stupid.
i don't get some of these guys. you get paid to play a sport you love, you can have anything you want and anyone you want for the most part and you act a damn fool?

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Old 05-14-2013, 11:51 AM   #4652
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Former Dallas Cowboys running back Felix Jones signed a one-year deal with the Philadelphia Eagles on Tuesday, the team announced.
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Old 05-14-2013, 03:23 PM   #4653
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Chiefs signed former Nevada Coach Chris Ault to be a consultant.

He ran the option extremely well at Nevada with Colin Kaepernick and has some other ideas.

This is one of the best offensive coaching staff's in the NFL IMO. Reid at HC, Pederson as OC and Brad Childress and Chris Ault as consultants.

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Old 05-14-2013, 03:29 PM   #4654
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This is one of the best offensive coaching staff's in the NFL IMO. Reid at HC, Pederson as OC and Brad Childress and Bob Ault as consultants.
Now if you just had a QB to run it...
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Old 05-14-2013, 03:31 PM   #4655
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Now if you just had a QB to run it...
Alex Smith isn't exactly hot garbage. i don't like the Chiefs but i really don't get the Smith hate. he's not a superstar by any means but he's a nice QB.
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Old 05-14-2013, 03:33 PM   #4656
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Alex Smith is a rich man's Kyle Orton

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Chuck Muncie, a standout running back with the New Orleans Saints and a three-time Pro Bowl selection, died of a heart attack on Monday. He was 60.
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Old 05-14-2013, 03:42 PM   #4658
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Alex Smith seems to be pretty capable with his feet.

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Old 05-14-2013, 03:43 PM   #4659
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...on that ONE play
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Alex Smith isn't exactly hot garbage. i don't like the Chiefs but i really don't get the Smith hate. he's not a superstar by any means but he's a nice QB.
He's not terrible. Good mobility, doesn't make a lot of mistakes. But he's not all that good either, and I think Harbaugh makes his QB's look a lot better than they are.
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He's not terrible. Good mobility, doesn't make a lot of mistakes. But he's not all that good either, and I think Harbaugh makes his QB's look a lot better than they are.
The same can be said about Reid. McNabb & ,Kolb come to mind. McNabb looked pretty damn good until he left Philly. Kolb got a big payday cause of Reid as well.
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...on that ONE play
Alex Smith ran a lot in college. He's also been a consistently good running QB in the NFL. Kinda like Aaron Rodgers, not running a lot like RG3 or Newton.
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Old 05-14-2013, 03:54 PM   #4663
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Well, when you have a noodle arm you gotta make up for it in other places I guess
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McNabb looked pretty damn good until he left Philly. Kolb got a big payday cause of Reid as well.
I don't completely disagree, but to be fair McNabb was old and washed up when he left Philly.
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Chiefs signed former Nevada Coach Chris Ault to be a consultant.

He ran the option extremely well at Nevada with Colin Kaepernick and has some other ideas.

This is one of the best offensive coaching staff's in the NFL IMO. Reid at HC, Pederson as OC and Brad Childress and Chris Ault as consultants.
They said on NFL live they brought them in to talk about the pistol and spread to both the O and D. Sounds like they are desperate to find something to work.

They also asked Reid about "Taco Tuesday's" he said it wasn't his idea in Philly and he never liked it much but he said they were keeping "Junk Food Fridays", big surprise there!
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Alex Smith isn't exactly hot garbage. i don't like the Chiefs but i really don't get the Smith hate. he's not a superstar by any means but he's a nice QB.
Who was one year from busting out of the NFL. When you get replaced by a 2nd year starter who almost wins a SB you know your replaceable.
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Who was one year from busting out of the NFL. When you get replaced by a 2nd year starter who almost wins a SB you know your replaceable.
Every player is replaceable.....it just takes some longer than others to be replaced.
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Old 05-14-2013, 07:46 PM   #4668
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Who was one year from busting out of the NFL. When you get replaced by a 2nd year starter who almost wins a SB you know your replaceable.
that team almost went to the SB with smith last season and without the **** ups by their KR/PR would have. so if you're going to use that logic then Kaep will be replaced pretty soon by a better QB.
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that team almost went to the SB with smith last season and without the **** ups by their KR/PR would have. so if you're going to use that logic then Kaep will be replaced pretty soon by a better QB.
Yep, I felt the same way about the 80's 49ers also.
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Old 05-14-2013, 08:13 PM   #4670
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Yep, I felt the same way about the 80's 49ers also.
Well, Joe Montana was on the trade block during the offseason Elway was drafted.

Didn't know that until I saw the 30 for 30.
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Well, Joe Montana was on the trade block during the offseason Elway was drafted.

Didn't know that until I saw the 30 for 30.
no, he wasn't

rewatch the program

walsh would have considered elway if he could have traded montana, but he never would have done it
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The circus-like atmosphere surrounding the Jets’ quarterback position is getting a little bit crazier, with a report out today that David Garrard, who was brought in to provide some veteran leadership and stability, has told teammates today that he is planning to leave the team.

According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, Garrard told two teammates he no longer plans to be with the Jets. It is unclear whether that’s because he plans to retire, if he’s been told he’s getting cut, or if something else has happened. According to the Jets, Garrard is still on the roster.

Asked about the story, Garrard told NFL Network’s Jeff Darlington:,”I’m not talking about that right now. Maybe tomorrow or the next day.”
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---->RT @AdamSchein: Text from Garrard: "Having to call it quits. My knee is not holding up. Continuing to swell after practices


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I don't completely disagree, but to be fair McNabb was old and washed up when he left Philly.
He was 32/33 yrs old when he left Philly. Hardly old & washed up for a QB.
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