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Now here is the best veteren leadership for wide reciever that the Fins will find. the perfect replacement for O.J. incase he goes. Plus, he can compliment Chambers and a force to be reconded with
 

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Originally posted by American Heart
Now here is the best veteren leadership for wide reciever that the Fins will find. the perfect replacement for O.J. incase he goes. Plus, he can compliment Chambers and a force to be reconded with
No he wants too much $$. Cliff Russell from Utah would be great in the third!

"He's a legit sub 4.3 guy and impossible to get to once he catches the ball. Right now he's not a very good route runner and his hands have come into question one more than one occasion, but he has the speed and you can't coach that."


http://www.nfldraftblitz.com/FearlessForecast.htm

Russell and Chambers could be like Duper and Clayton.
 

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about russell

Who cares if he can't run routes, just use him on screens, and away he goes!!!! Put him in the backfield occassionaly like Baltimore did with jermaine lewis!!
 

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Re: about russell

Originally posted by chambers84
Who cares if he can't run routes, just use him on screens, and away he goes!!!! Put him in the backfield occassionaly like Baltimore did with jermaine lewis!!

Exactly! They said last year that Chambers had questionable hands, but we all know what he did.
 

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Originally posted by iceblizzard69
We don't need Mathis at all.
Exactly, OJ might come back and we have McK, OG, CC and Ward, too :confused:
 

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Originally posted by dolphan39
Exactly, OJ might come back and we have McK, OG, CC and Ward, too :confused:
OJ will never play again; we should cut him.

Mcknight has very questionable hands.


OG has injury problems(toe)
 

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I would offer OJ that coaching position, but not a players contract. I was shocked that Wanne was talking to him about playing - guess they are still scared about being sued. :eek:

Ideally, we can trade McDrops though he certainly has the potential if he could just make the easy catches. :fire:

I expect OG will fight thru it again and be there for lots of key catches for us. :D

in conclusion :rolleyes: we could use a young wideout
 

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An idea, O.J. would terminate his contract making a cap hit of 0 and then he gets what he would have gotten to be a coach on the Dolphins. Works out great for both sides. He gets the money, we lose the cap hit.
 
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