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  • jmz313
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    Originally posted by Beantown Bronco View Post
    Between King and James, maybe it's time to take a break from signing ex-raider head cases......
    Was he a Raider before Dolphins? though he was drafted to miami 1st round.

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  • Beantown Bronco
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    Between King and James, maybe it's time to take a break from signing ex-raider head cases......

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  • MplsBronco
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    I said after the second injury guy needs to be investigated for fraud. 20 plays or whatever? Criminal

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  • yerner
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    he's been trying to play on an mcl tear.

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  • qbronco
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    This team obviously doesn’t perform or doesn’t value behavioral testing.

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  • Kid A
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    He got injured and missed a bunch of games then returned and was immediately hurt again. Don't know all what this entails, but I can understand a player with recurring injury issues not immediately having full mental confidence to go play at full speed on an NFL field as soon as a doctor clears him. At some point he needs to make that jump, but he also can't play RT effectively if concern that his knee is still vulnerable is in his mind. It's a thin line obviously in a league where everyone is playing hurt to some degree.

    But the whole sports world also saw Kevin Durant come back from one injury asap to help his team only to blow out his achilles right away—and with James we're talking about coming back to play for a dog**** offense on a 3-8 team. A title is not riding on his decision, but his career longevity might—at least in his mind. Hope this works out soon and he can get and stay on the field soon. So far, though, every criticism of his signing has come true.

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  • Drunk Monkey
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    Originally posted by DomCasual View Post

    The reference, for those who don't listen to Denver sports talk, or follow Twitter.



    He should be embarrassed. What a thing for a player to have a coach say about you. Garrett Bolles may be an imbecile. But he's an imbecile with heart.

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  • Tombstone RJ
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    But he's mentally and emotionally able to cash those checks

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  • dsmoot
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    Originally posted by DomCasual View Post

    The reference, for those who don't listen to Denver sports talk, or follow Twitter.



    He should be embarrassed. What a thing for a player to have a coach say about you. Garrett Bolles may be an imbecile. But he's an imbecile with heart.
    Did Ritchie Incognito get to this guy too.

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  • 69bronco
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    Cut his loser ass.

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  • Agamemnon
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    That's just sad. How does a man that soft get into the NFL in the first place?

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  • Raindog
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    "I'm just not feeling into it today, Coach. Maybe next week. I'll let you know."

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  • elpasojoe
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    Now I have heard it all .... With all that I had to endure this season this really turns my stomach. I know that he is under contract for 2-3 more years we need to draft a second tackle (the first to replace Bolles). Start him at guard to get rid of Ron Leary and groom him for tackle.
    Considering his salary and the 20-some snaps he has played, he is averaging some $400,000 per play. Maybe that's okay for him and "his emotions" but it makes me sick ... And emotional.
    Tell him to get his fat ass out there and earn his check.

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