AG's little bro

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  1. Dionysus22

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    What about AG's little bro Jason? In New York he's never been given a chance. any thoughts?
     
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    I remember him saying that he wanted to play for the Texans so that he could come home and play with his older brother Aarron Glenn.
     
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    Didnt even know he had a bro. up there. How many years has he been in the league?
     
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    He is a LB and isn't that good. thats why he hasn't played that much. He would behind Polk if he signed here.
     
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    what about Coleman's brother for that matter
     
  6. Dionysus22

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    I'm not sure if they even gave Jason Glenn a shot. He was one of the most dominate linebackers to come out of Texas A&M. He was never given a chance to showcase the skillz. And I believe when he was at A&M they ran the 3-4. or was that not until Fran showed up? Either way, I think he would be worth the shot. Couldn't hurt...
     
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    A&M played the 3-4 in the last years of Solcom. Fran plays the 4-3 mainly.
     

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