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Old 08-29-2010, 02:18 PM   #16
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When thinking of a move like this we have to ask, how much better does this move make the skins? Will this lead to more wins? IMO I'm not sure we are all that improved considering the risks involved.

Agree with you but the potential is great just see my Dream Sequence in another post. Moss, VJ, Bryant, DT, Armstrong, Austin & Banks.
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Old 08-29-2010, 02:49 PM   #17
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If he's healthy enough to play wk 1 sign him... Bryant is a decent #1, whose better than any of our WR's we have now, plus Allen wanted to bring him in anyway.

Opening Day WR's

1. Bryant X
2. Thomas Z
3. Moss Y
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If he's healthy enough to play wk 1 sign him... Bryant is a decent #1, whose better than any of our WR's we have now, plus Allen wanted to bring him in anyway.

Opening Day WR's

1. Bryant X
2. Thomas Z
3. Moss Y
4. Armstrong
5. Kelly
6. Banks
Opening day starter? This isn't like basketball or baseball where you can simply plug and play. Hypothetically if we signed him it would take at least 4 weeks to get up to speed on the offense.
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Old 08-29-2010, 03:10 PM   #19
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If he's healthy enough to play wk 1 sign him... Bryant is a decent #1, whose better than any of our WR's we have now, plus Allen wanted to bring him in anyway.

Opening Day WR's

1. Bryant X
2. Thomas Z
3. Moss Y
4. Armstrong
5. Kelly
6. Banks
Lose Mr Kelly. Keep Galloway for the 2010 season and draft a WR next year. You can't drop Galloway since he is healthy and has shown us he still has something in the tank. I rather have a 38 year old WR that is healthy, runs good routes, and can make plays, than an oft injured newbie that has only one decent game of production under his belt.
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Old 08-29-2010, 03:12 PM   #20
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Bryant could be a total steal for us so why not give the guy a look. IF we get him, we better keep Galloway though over Kelly.
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Old 08-29-2010, 03:12 PM   #21
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Is it guaranteed that Shanahan will keep six wideouts?

Also, I don't see how Malcolm Kelly has a chance in hell to make the roster.
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Old 08-29-2010, 03:13 PM   #22
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Not sure about that Beem, but I think he would.
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2011 is the year to draft a WR. But bring him in. Couldn't hurt
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I was like- who is Anthony Bryant? It's ANTONIO Bryant. And yeah, we should definitely give him a look.

What a bonehead move by Cincy for signing him. 4 years, $28M deal signed less than 5 months ago, now cut before the end of the preseason? Yikes. That's $8M for nothing. Amazing.

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Re: Antonio Bryant cut

When I was stationed in Summerville, sc a an army recruiter a few years ago I meet a young man named AJ Green who was the star reciever for the team, tall, but quick and amazing hands. Anyways he went on to play at UGA and is projected as a blue chiper next year in the draft. I would love to pick him up in the draft. This kid is the real deal and not to mention I would have a damn good connection if we draft him! And I wouldn't mind Julio jones out of bama either.
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Lose Mr Kelly. Keep Galloway for the 2010 season and draft a WR next year. You can't drop Galloway since he is healthy and has shown us he still has something in the tank. I rather have a 38 year old WR that is healthy, runs good routes, and can make plays, than an oft injured newbie that has only one decent game of production under his belt.
I see your point but I don't think it's fair to judge someone who hasn't played... I could see us cutting him if he doesn't have a good game against the Cards.
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When I was stationed in Summerville, sc a an army recruiter a few years ago I meet a young man named AJ Green who was the star reciever for the team, tall, but quick and amazing hands. Anyways he went on to play at UGA and is projected as a blue chiper next year in the draft. I would love to pick him up in the draft. This kid is the real deal and not to mention I would have a damn good connection if we draft him! And I wouldn't mind Julio jones out of bama either.
Yeah both those guys are gonna be studs in the NFL, I'd take either one.
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Old 08-29-2010, 04:23 PM   #28
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I just don't see Shanny bringing a guy off the street who hasn't spent one day in practice nor learing the system when all he preaches is, "if you don't practice you don't play." Would he really spend all summer going back and forth with Haynesworth, chief diva, and bring in a headcase like Bryant who has practiced only once for $8 mil? Wouldn't that just be rosey?

No chance Bryant or any other warmed over body (see Vince Jackson) who hasn't spent this summer in a Redskins uniform practing. The only thing I see forcing Shanny's hand is an injury to somone like Santana Moss. Otherwise I think he's rolling with the crew he's got right now.
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Would rather take Coles.
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Yeah both those guys are gonna be studs in the NFL, I'd take either one.
Don't forget Terrance Toliver from LSU or that 6'5" guy from Pittsburgh.
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