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Old 05-01-2007, 05:08 PM   #16
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Re: Keyshawn Johnson released from Carolina.

You know maybe he's ready to try for a championship(not to jinx us). Maybe he will take the Minimum or close for a one year deal. We can use him on third downs at the least as a possession receiver. Especially while he learns the Offense.
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Old 05-01-2007, 05:21 PM   #17
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if we get him, that means we totally gave up on Llloyd and I not sure we should do that. I think we r holdin out until they cut Kris Jenkins, if they cut him. Johnson and hicks would be nice picks ups but r they necesary?
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Old 05-01-2007, 05:25 PM   #18
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You know maybe he's ready to try for a championship(not to jinx us). Maybe he will take the Minimum or close for a one year deal. We can use him on third downs at the least as a possession receiver. Especially while he learns the Offense.
Remember, he was with Tampa in SB 37.... With the timing of the release, he won't get much in salary... I say if you get a chance to sign a stud at a bargin price, you do it..... Do I hear an "AMEN!!!"?

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I wouldn't mind seeing a possession receiver in Washington. They have a bunch of gamebreakers, but Keyshawn can block and he can go over the middle. He doesn't need to be a #2 or a #3, just come in and make a few plays when you need 7 yards. He'll make the catch and he's tough enough to take shots. I don't think it would hurt to add a guy like Keyshawn.
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Old 05-01-2007, 05:31 PM   #20
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If the cash was right....vet min. or close, he'd be a hell a a reciever to add.
Finally add some size to the mix for a year or two.
Santana #1, KJ #2, EL #3, Lloyd whatever. I would welcome a KJ coming to DC
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Old 05-01-2007, 06:06 PM   #21
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OH MY GOD !!!! PLEASE GET THE PLANE IN THE AIR AND SIGN HIM NOW !!!!!

Not since the days of Darnerian McCants has there been a "big" target receiver that I could trust would come down with the ball when is's in the air. We NEED a guy like him. He blocks, he can catch, and he still has some gas left in the tank. SIGN HIM !!!
"The days of Darnerian McCants..." hahaha! That's hilarious! He was decent for 1 season. 1. He had all of 53 catches in 3 seasons for us, and '03 was the only year he did anything of note with a whopping 27 catches.

We have a good over the middle pass catcher who can block and is very effective in the red-zone. #47 anyone??

Isn't Keyshawn the same guy who wrote a book telling teams to "get him the damn ball" ??? If we sign him and make him a #3, the we'll have a the most expensive #4 in league history. We need to build continuity and stability with this offense, especially with Campbell and the WRs. Bringing in a 34 year-old malcontent who will end up bitching when not enough passes come his way is just an awful decision. IMO
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Re: Keyshawn Johnson released from Carolina.

let me see, keshawn is old, high priced, and a disruption in the locker room. sounds exactly like a guy i want on my team. and did i mention he cant run?
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Old 05-01-2007, 06:32 PM   #23
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EFF THAT !!!! HELL YEAH !!! BRING HIM HERE. I wanted him when he left Dallas, and before that when he left the Jets. He's a big target, sure handed receiver. Bring that Mo Fo here ! Please give me a reason not to !
He is OLD! and we have enough WRs on our rooster..
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I'd work him out with Lloyd and Campbell. That would be great to see Lloyd put on notice. With that said, I think that Lloyd has the potential to be a better fit here, and he blocks great also, but he could use a fire lit under his a**.
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Old 05-01-2007, 06:40 PM   #25
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I'd work him out with Lloyd and Campbell. That would be great to see Lloyd put on notice. With that said, I think that Lloyd has the potential to be a better fit here, and he blocks great also, but he could use a fire lit under his a**.
If being labeled an overpaid bust, a disappointment, getting called out by his fans and the media, and getting benched a couple of times last year didn't light a fire under his ass then I say cut the bum now.
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He is OLD! and we have enough WRs on our rooster..
Its called a JOKE! lol...
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Re: Keyshawn Johnson released from Carolina.

As your charlotte Skins fan, All I heard on the ride home was how pissed off all the fans are. On every radio show fans were ripping the organization calling it one of the dumbest moves. suprising hearing people talk good about keyshawn
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As your charlotte Skins fan, All I heard on the ride home was how pissed off all the fans are. On every radio show fans were ripping the organization calling it one of the dumbest moves. suprising hearing people talk good about keyshawn
I think part of what they were pissed about was the fact that Carolina gave him a $3M roster bonus just a few weeks back and then decided to cut him. Seems kind of stupid to me.
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What's funny is Keyshawn should have realized something was up when he said, "(about Dwayne Jarrett) He reminds me a lot of myself." So, they just drafted a young version of you. What made him think he wasn't expendable? I'm about as close to a Keyshawn fan as I will allow myself to be after he was a Cowboy, but come on, you've been around, you know how this thing works.

As for the "Give Me the Damn Ball," I think that portion of his life is behind him. He is still a loud mouth, but at least he's a hard worker and does the dirty work. Keyshawn plays the game I would want players to play it. It's the off the field garbage that I don't need from him. All in all, I think it would be worth a gamble for one season if I were the Skins.
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let me see, keshawn is old, high priced, and a disruption in the locker room. sounds exactly like a guy i want on my team. and did i mention he cant run?
Sounds like your speaking of LLoyd? With no results to boot.
At least KJ is still very productive, alot more than I can say for Lloyd, and I believe his locker room problems are probably a lot milder than they used to be.
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I would take him over Lloyd anyday.
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