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Old 03-24-2009, 02:53 PM   #31
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Old 03-24-2009, 04:20 PM   #32
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Welcome to the board clarkskin! wheel git a long just fine.
Thanks and I'm sure we will. I just took a few sample Wonderlic tests and was very surprised at how easy they were for the most part. Now I'm not going to say that doing well on this test is an outright idicator of how good a player will be, but I'd have to say that if I were the one signing the 10 million dollar bonus check, I think I would want to be confident they'd have the ability to endorse it. Seriously, its hard to imagine what Percy Harvin's deal is. Looks like quite a few of the top WR prospects scored pretty low. Makes me wonder what Thomas' and Kelly's scores were...
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Thanks and I'm sure we will. I just took a few sample Wonderlic tests and was very surprised at how easy they were for the most part. Now I'm not going to say that doing well on this test is an outright idicator of how good a player will be, but I'd have to say that if I were the one signing the 10 million dollar bonus check, I think I would want to be confident they'd have the ability to endorse it. Seriously, its hard to imagine what Percy Harvin's deal is. Looks like quite a few of the top WR prospects scored pretty low. Makes me wonder what Thomas' and Kelly's scores were...
We may be better off not knowing.
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noo i am just REALLY REALLLY high. always. i was literally in tears while i was writing that. i make my self laugh alllllllllllllllllllllll the time when im high. its just one of those "shouldda been there" moments me an my buddies say shit like that all them time and its always funny becuz you just imagine joee gibbs playing LB hhahahaahahahahahahaahahahahah or that super old line coach, whos name excapes me, playing Gaurd. oh man i am Tooooo high i might fly. im baked like a cake

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Britton from AZ is looking like a better and better target if we can trade down. He's super smart, super strong, and fights his guts out.
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Britton from AZ is looking like a better and better target if we can trade down. He's super smart, super strong, and fights his guts out.
If he is lucky he could one day be a core Redskin like James Thrash!

P.S. Can someone explain to me how the team is better off with Thrash than Evans? If they had cut Thrash they could have used that cap space and locked up Evans. Then I wouldn't have to check 5 websites 10 times a day to see if Daniels has signed.

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Britton from AZ is looking like a better and better target if we can trade down. He's super smart, super strong, and fights his guts out.

That can't be healthy at all.
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