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Old 04-30-2005   #21
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I can see your point, but just about every rookie seems to come in with hopes of attaining the starting job. They're coming from a situation where they were the star player on their team, and they often expect to be a star in the NFL as well. In other words they're big fish in small ponds, and they're making a jump to big fish in the ocean. I'm sure TJ believes he's capable of taking the starting job away from Walker, and I'm sure Mathis believes he's capable of taking the starting job (#2) from Gaffney. Morency just seems to be more vocal about it early on than either TJ or Mathis. I don't believe Morency will unseat DD as the starter, nor do I believe Mathis or TJ will start early on in their careers. All of them will likely see plenty of playing time as they rotate in and out early on in the season. Honestly, I'd be more concerned if Morency wasn't of the mindset that he could earn the starting spot.
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