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My biggest surprises:

1. Jordan Lucas
2. Keeping five running backs
3. Chris Jones being the odd man out on DL
4. Not necessarily surprised, but I had thought Gary is better than Walt Aikens.
Your absolutely right with #4. Maybe sickens has shown something in practice
 

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Chris Jones to me was the biggest surpise but maybe they want to bring him back on week 2 so that his salary is not guaranteed. Keeping 5 RB's I'm just hoping is due to Drake and Foster not being 100% healthy/football shape ready and Pead being hurt. Hoping williams get cut soon.

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Former Stanford QB Kevin Hogan, who was drafted in the 5th round was cut by Kansas City Chiefs. Chiefs also cut Aaron Murray the other day. I think that both of them may be better than Doughty. Don't know who best fits Gase's system.
Also Forsett is probably better than Damien Williams and Jay Ajayi - so there's some talent that has landed on the street.
 

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Charles Robinson ‏@CharlesRobinson · 33s34 seconds ago

Just from calling around, interest in #Packers Josh Sitton is already in the double-digits in terms of teams that want to talk to him.
 

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Chris Jones to me was the biggest surprise but maybe they want to bring him back on week 2 so that his salary is not guaranteed. Keeping 5 RB's I'm just hoping is due to Drake and Foster not being 100% healthy/football shape ready and Pead being hurt. Hoping williams get cut soon.

Ozzy rules!!
I agree re Chris Jones. I thought he looked pretty good. I didn't see that one coming.
 

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So your saying we don't need a thug or two on the team if Gase can handle it? Some serious attitude players?

I like some tough intimidating guys on the team. However, there may be a fine line between a thug and a full-on criminal like former Patriot, Aaron Hernandez. I don't want the criminal types who may corrupt teammates.
 

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Why are we talking about thugs? Who is a thug? Ray Lewis is basically a minister, definitely not a thug. Forgive the past
 

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Your talking complete nonsense now.
How so? The Broncos were an upper echelon team before Elway....he comes in signs manning then Ware etc. Win a bowl. Let's see what happens when he has to build his own team as a GM!

---------- Post added at 05:58 PM ---------- Previous post was at 05:58 PM ----------

I like some tough intimidating guys on the team. However, there may be a fine line between a thug and a full-on criminal like former Patriot, Aaron Hernandez. I don't want the criminal types who may corrupt teammates.
I agree

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Why are we talking about thugs? Who is a thug? Ray Lewis is basically a minister, definitely not a thug. Forgive the past
He was a thug with an attitude...........despite the murders!
 

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Ray Lewis also commanded respect in the lockerroom, and will go down as one of the great leaders to ever play on the football field on Sundays.

Pretty ****ing sad we are comparing Talib to him.
 

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Charles Robinson ‏@CharlesRobinson · 33s34 seconds ago

Just from calling around, interest in #Packers Josh Sitton is already in the double-digits in terms of teams that want to talk to him.
Some contender is gonna get just what the doctor ordered

I bet aaron rodgers takes issue with this
 

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Ray Lewis also commanded respect in the lockerroom, and will go down as one of the great leaders to ever play on the football field on Sundays.

Pretty ****ing sad we are comparing Talib to him.

and he was a missing white suit away from being the greatest leader in prison football history. he is a murderous scumbag whose posing as a fraudulent man of god
 

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and he was a missing white suit away from being the greatest leader in prison football history. he is a murderous scumbag whose posing as a fraudulent man of god
"Allegedly" . . . And I am not condoning his actions . . . . But speaking on football, the comparison of Talib and Lewis is just ignorance. It is a poor comparison at best.

I am not in a place to call him a "poser" when it comes to his faith. He certainly seems pretty authenic in the way he lives his life today.
 

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Some people fascinate me. Can't ever forgive and judge others very harshly.but back to football matters. I don't think Talib would be good for us
 
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