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Old 02-18-2010, 10:18 AM   #61
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Attorney alleges Cromartie late on child support - SignOnSanDiego.com

Cromartie, 25, has at least seven children with six different women in five states.
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Old 02-18-2010, 10:32 AM   #62
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Wow, and all the children are under 6. Geez, he partied a little too frequently in college or something. That is crazy.
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Old 02-18-2010, 02:16 PM   #63
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Attorney alleges Cromartie late on child support - SignOnSanDiego.com

Cromartie, 25, has at least seven children with six different women in five states.
holy guacamole batman!

child support can be too high in cases but that's wild.. who does that
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Old 02-18-2010, 02:31 PM   #64
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wow that is bad.. I guess he missed his sex ed classes. Use a rubber bro damn!
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Old 03-01-2010, 10:02 AM   #65
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Re: LT for Portis! YAY!! Wait, now or 3 years ago?

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I agree with this fully, and this same logic is why CP should not be the primary back next season for us. If the team made the playoffs somehow next year, CP would likely be too hurt/banged up, to have a serious role in them....
That's the thing, though. Every time we had portis and got to the playoffs, He was healthy and played but we lost for different reasons. Under Gibbs we went twice. The first time, we got there because Gibbs used a max protect and would launch it to santana every now and then and Brunell would hit it big from time to time, but when we played a playoff level team, that wasn't enough to solidify our passing game. The LAST time, CP was healthy, but our punk@$$ QB turned to a piece of crap, chicken, mother f... UGH!!! I mean, once the 50 year backup made ONE BAD PASS that got picked off, he turned into this loser that was scared of everything and ... and... UGH!!! WHAT A PANSY!!!! You can say what you will about Jason Campbell, but he NEVER lets one early mistake mess with his head and screw up a whole game. Todd, after one pick, was the worst QB we ever had the rest of that playoff game! I would take, Jay Schroeder, Broken neck Ferotte, or Heath Shuler over "after pick Todd" any day!

Wait... um... what were we talking about? I just blacked out for a second...
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Old 03-01-2010, 12:54 PM   #66
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in that seattle playoff loss i think we started to go down hill when we recovered that kickoff that seattle never touched, then cooley dropped a pass at the goal line which he would catch 95 out of 100 times, then shazaam missed a 30 something field goal.

after that, collins tried to make plays instead of not making mistakes and taking what the D gave him.
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Old 03-01-2010, 01:07 PM   #67
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Cromartie likely to be traded to the Lions.

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Old 03-01-2010, 01:14 PM   #68
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Where Does Portis Stand with Skins?

By Matt Mosley

INDIANAPOLIS -- A lot of folks are focused on the Washingon Redskins' quarterback situation, but there's also some intrigue at running back. On Friday, coach Mike Shanahan did not want to discuss Clinton Portis' future with the club but he's made it clear that he needs to see a committment from all his players in the offseason program. As some of you know, Portis' offseason "workouts" have often taken place in South Florida.

"Let's not talk about Clinton," Shanahan said when asked about Portis' offseason plans. "Let's talk about everybody on the Washington Redskins. Let's not focus on one guy. I want everybody to be as good a football player as they can be. I want all the guys on our football team to make a commitment in the offseason to work, and work extremely hard. That's how we're gonna get better as a team ... It's very important to show your teammates exactly how hard you work and how dedicated you are to the program."

After Shanahan left the podium Friday, I asked him about any potential interest in former Chargers running back LaDainian Tomlinson. Shanahan didn't say anything definitive, but he indicated that he and Tomlinson are close friends who stay in contact. I wouldn't be shocked to see Tomlinson end up on the Redskins' roster.

Where does Portis stand with Skins? - NFC East Blog - ESPN

Mike from Richmond, Va., has a question about the Skins' RBs situation: So I hear Thomas Jones is going to be released. Do you think this is someone the Redskins would be interested in? Everyone is saying how much Shanny likes LT. I would think Jones would still have more in the tank. Thoughts?

Mosley: Everyone who's saying that Mike Shanahan loves LaDainian Tomlinson is exactly right, Mike. I think the coach has immense respect for Tomlinson after being battered by the running back in the AFC West. As AFC West blogger Bill Williamson told me this past week, Shanahan always covets players who have stuck it to him in the past. That said, I think you're correct to say that Jones has more left in the tank. He's arrived at that magic age where his skills begin to decline, but he could still be effective as a complementary back. Would he be happy splitting carries with Clinton Portis in Washington? Well, he may not have a choice. Honestly, I think Chester Taylor might be a better fit than Jones in Washington.

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Old 03-01-2010, 01:17 PM   #69
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LT is smart though and will either go to Indy, Minnesota, New Orleans, or [hopefully not] New England, I think he wants to win more than get paid at this point.
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