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What about brinking back T-Buck as our dime back? He won't be cheap, but it will secure four quality CBs. Our secondary will be complete if we sign him.
 

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Originally posted by EddieIrvine13
What about brinking back T-Buck as our dime back? He won't be cheap, but it will secure four quality CBs. Our secondary will be complete if we sign him.
it could happen, but I have not anything from Rick or Wanne on him. We will likely sign someone for vet. min. $750K w/$450K counting ag. the cap. OR go with what we got including Zebbie, Gamble or D Brown in the mix
 

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But the bigger question is........would TBuck allowhimself to be a dimeback when he could be at least a nickle corner somewhere else and possibly get paid more....he has a ring now so that isn't as big a piece of the puzzle....
 

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ol` T-Buck.........sometimes you wanted to shake his hand and sometimes you wanted to wring his neck! :lol:
 

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Capt. Dick ol` T-Buck.........sometimes you wanted to shake his hand and sometimes you wanted to wring his neck!
AMEN TO THAT!!!!
Sometimes both on the very same play!!!
Like when he got burned by Moulds :fire: , only to run him down and knock the ball out!!!!:D
 

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Originally posted by burghPhinFan


AMEN TO THAT!!!!
Sometimes both on the very same play!!!
Like when he got burned by Moulds :fire: , only to run him down and knock the ball out!!!!:D
Haha
I remember that play. I don't think I've ever gone from SUPER LOW to SUPER HIGH in such an incredible amount of time. I remember thinking "Here we go" when Moulds burned T-Buck, only to see him get stripped. Man, that was great, in a way.

I'll always remember T-Buck for being a player who made big plays, but made just as many big mistakes, sadly.
 

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t-buck as a PR/4th CB

now that changes things and get rid of Ogden :cool:

t-buck was alway dion-esque when he got the ball.
 
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