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Old 04-09-2005, 12:58 AM   #31
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Re: Sean Taylor studying Ed Reed

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Look, I'm not here to argue semantics with you. I'm just saying that the prior poster made a valid point about this thread. Here we are discussing ST studying Ed Reed as if that's what's actually going on. For all we really know, ST could be lifting weights in his basement with S. Moss. For all we know ST could be boogie boarding in the Atlantic. But the fact that we're all here debating whether it is good for ST to be studying with Ed Reed seems to lend credence to the fact that some people are looking at the this thread and thinking that we are debating something that is actually happening. So obviously the title of the post has caused some confusion.

And in answer to your question: Yes, all I do is read the title of the posts and not what the poster wrote. Yes, that's exactly what I do. So far it appears that 20 people all have exactly the same thing to say; that being "Sean Taylor studying Ed Reed." Yah, valid question.
Don't be a smartass unless you want me to treat you in kind. All I was doing was supporting some else who I thought made a valid point that you refuted directly. I thought that was allowed on this site. Isn't that the point of a chat room? To discuss?
I was not trying to be a smartass. I am sorry if I came off as such. All I did was respond to your post!! "I thought that was allowed on this site."
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Old 04-09-2005, 04:36 AM   #32
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wasted posts due to misleading title

ST could very well be on the first spaceship to mars right now...
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Old 04-09-2005, 04:56 PM   #33
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Let me see if I have this right. It's not perfect - but it's sort of OK - for Sean Taylor to be working out in Miami instead of here in Redskins Park because he may be working with Ed Reed and learning from Reed how to be a great safety. If that is even close to correct, then why not:

Find a way to get Partick Ramsey to haul his butt out of Redskins' Park and go work out with Peyton Manning or Donovan McNabb or Tom Brady.

The Redskins' WRs to pack their bags and go work out with Terrell Owens - - oh that's right he's not working out either.

You get the picture...
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Old 04-09-2005, 09:00 PM   #34
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relax you guys. Do you really think that two weeks of lifting weights is going to make or break this season. This is getting blown out of proportion. Its not like he said he doesnt want to work out and just wants to sit at home and get fat. He is working out, he is doing his necessary training. Now, if either of them miss practices then start to bitch. But this istn that big of a deal
No offense, but I think your opinion is tainted since these guys are from "the U". What if every player on the team decided to work out in thier college town and Redskins Park was a ghost town until training camp? Would it be a problem then? All these Miami guys think they play under a digfferent set of rules and it pis*es me off...
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Old 04-09-2005, 09:52 PM   #35
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so makes the workouts mandatory. Problem solved. If its that big of a deal, then make the players be there. It annoying as shit when women say we dotn have to do somethign and then they get mad when we dont, so why should the coaches do the same thing.
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Old 04-10-2005, 12:09 AM   #36
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so makes the workouts mandatory. Problem solved. If its that big of a deal, then make the players be there. It annoying as shit when women say we dotn have to do somethign and then they get mad when we dont, so why should the coaches do the same thing.
Why is it that the Miami players are the ones that it needs to be made manditory for? The teams are not allowed to make them manditory or they would. They have to call them voluntary, but in reality they are anything but.

There is just no logical way to defend them not being there. We can argue how much affect them not being there will have on the Redskins season, but there is no argument that they SHOULD be there.
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No offense, but I think your opinion is tainted since these guys are from "the U".
Agree 100%
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Old 04-10-2005, 03:47 AM   #38
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Sean Taylor has a good contract, be shouldn't be trying to hold out for a new one after 1 year, if he had been a Pro Bowler or whatever then ok, but not right now.
actually i think ST gets some insane money for making the pro bowl, so if he gets there, i doubt he'll be complaining about being underpayed...
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Old 04-10-2005, 09:57 AM   #39
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There really is no excuse for not being at Redskin Park. If you want the whole team to gell and form a bond its best that all players show up. In fact when the NFL had a strike back in the 80's one team went and practiced alltogehter on their own. No one went back to their offseason homes but all stayed and worked together as a team to get better. When the strike was over that team came back and went and won the Super Bowl. If you don't know who that team is that you really might not be a fan. So the moral of the story is those who stick together as one can succeed as one.
So as a special note to Mr. Baby Taylor, GET YOUR ($#(_$# TOGETHER!
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Old 04-10-2005, 11:41 AM   #40
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Re: Sean Taylor studying Ed Reed

Sorry to be so late to respond:

I didnt mean to mislead you guys in the post without backing it up.

A few months back, I read an article about Ray Lewis and Ed Reed, and
they commented on how they help the U players develop for the NFL.
Sean Taylor was mentioned, and they noted that he has a great mentor
in Reed if he so chooses. As they are both down there working out (I found this out from reading about the pickup basketball games) , While they may be in the same room, I went one step further to speculate that there is a legitimate shot that he
is learning from Reed.

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I was not trying to be a smartass. I am sorry if I came off as such. All I did was respond to your post!! "I thought that was allowed on this site."
In your post you asked: "Also is that how you read posts on here only by the title and not what the poster wrote?"
Was that a serious question? Because to me, that sounds like you're being a smartass. It doesn't, however, sound like all you were doing was responding to my post. If you have something substantive to add, by all means, please do so. If all you are going to do is throw jabs by asking absurd questions to try to make a point and degrade me, then that, my friend, is being a smartass.

In any event, apology accepted.
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Old 04-11-2005, 09:50 AM   #42
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Re: Sean Taylor studying Ed Reed

Bottom line, there's no defending someone who isn't in DC right now, unless it's an excused absence.

If 95% of the team is there "voluntarily", how can anyone defend two guys who are choosing to not be there??
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In your post you asked: "Also is that how you read posts on here only by the title and not what the poster wrote?"
Was that a serious question? Because to me, that sounds like you're being a smartass. It doesn't, however, sound like all you were doing was responding to my post. If you have something substantive to add, by all means, please do so. If all you are going to do is throw jabs by asking absurd questions to try to make a point and degrade me, then that, my friend, is being a smartass.

In any event, apology accepted.
My point was that you should not judge a book by its cover and to try to see what the poster is saying. And by just reading the title to some of the threads on here could throw some people for a loop....
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Old 04-11-2005, 10:03 AM   #44
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Bottom line, there's no defending someone who isn't in DC right now, unless it's an excused absence.

If 95% of the team is there "voluntarily", how can anyone defend two guys who are choosing to not be there??
You are absolutly right, there is no excuse for Taylor and Moss not to be in DC. Moss most deffenitly, I mean yeah Taylor needs to be in DC but he is young and I expect him to mess up here and there. After all he is what 21 or 22?!?! I can not say for sure how mature Taylor is at this age but I do know that I really wasnt that mature. Now if he was 24 or 25 then yeah by that age he should have his head on straight. As for Moss by this stage in his career he should know better. Just my thoughts...
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