Buccaneers sign Jorvorskie Lane

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  1. NY8123

    NY8123 Sophisticated Redneck Administrator Finheaven VIP

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    News is a bit slow so some news about an unemployed ex-dolphin is good enough I guess. I always liked Lane, of course I like to root for the underdog all the time. I hope the kid makes the team and has some success with the Bucs.


    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2014/04/01/buccaneers-sign-jorvorskie-lane/
     
  2. psfign

    psfign A True Fan

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    i remember him trucking over a falcon in preseason. Was hoping he would turn out, but best of luck to him.
     
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    Remember that guy that ran through a wall in the offseason.... "Im the juggernaut *****!" Yeah he wasn't.... lol
     
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    The Guy he trucked was our beloved Brent Grimes.
     
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    MP-Omnis Larry King, Antique Bandwagon

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    That was a cowboy. Anyone can truck a DB that weighs half of you.
     
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    Reagan Mauia - how could you forget his name? Yes he was a waste of a draft pick, but he wasn't the biggest mistake of that 2007 Draft (cough, Ted Ginn Jr cough). Actually Reagan got an honorable mention in the Manti Te'o saga as a mutual friend of the fictitious girlfriend, the late Lennay Kekua.
     
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    Vaark Nihil taurus crappus Finheaven VIP Donator

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    Agreed that Ted Ginn was a mistake compared to whom we could have grabbed like Willis or Revis (personally I was disappointed that the Cardinals took Levi Brown at #5, so I guess I would have been wrong too). However, putting all that into perspective, he's still a starting WR, break-away return man and has played in a SB. Now compare that to whom the majority wanted and expected us to take: Brady Quinn. So relatively speaking, had we drafted Quinn, he'd rank as an even colossal mistake than Ted and his whole famn damily. :idk:

     
  9. Phishpunk@WCU

    Phishpunk@WCU King of Fools Finheaven VIP Donator

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    i was the same way, i just remember seeing Brady Quinn falling to us and praying Miami would pass on him. When we drafted Ginn I was excited simply because it wasn't Quinn.
     
  10. Bumpus

    Bumpus Are you gonna drink that? Administrator Finheaven VIP

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    This is true.
     
  11. uk_dolfan

    uk_dolfan Founder of the FH Adam Gase fan club Moderator Finheaven VIP

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    Ginn has actaully developed into a decent wr I thought he was pretty good last season. Not worth what we spent on him ofc but he would be a nice third option to strech the field opposite wallace
     

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