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Old 08-04-2004   #9
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They can put him on the practice squad him if he clears waivers after final cuts. I thought he might be able to compete on return duties. It looks like that's not the case and that hurts his chances. He will have to show strong at WR and/or exceptional on special teams to make it. There is strong competition for the 4-5 slots now and Armstrong has the upper hand on the #4 slot. They could keep 6 WRs but the last two years they went into the season with 5. Chris Taylor (Aggie) and Jermaine Lewis (no, not that Jermaine Lewis) are tall - lanky receivers that the coaches like. Then there's Kendrick Starling and Albert Johnson. Moses is on the bubble IMO if anyone (backup RB, DB or WR) shows anything on returns.
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