Casserly is working

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  1. mamoo

    mamoo Rookie

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    This just in:

    NEW YORK (AP) -- Former Houston Texans general manager Charley
    Casserly joined CBS Sports as an "insider" on the network's
    pregame NFL show.
    Casserly resigned as general manager in the spring after the
    draft. He was the team's GM for its first four years and also spent
    12 years as GM of the Redskins. He has 24 years of NFL experience,
    most with Washington.
    He was a candidate to become the NFL's vice president of
    football operations. The job opened when Art Shell left to coach
    the Oakland Raiders. The opening was filled last week by Ray
    Anderson, a former agent and Atlanta front office executive.

    (Copyright 2006 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)
    APTV-08-14-06 1357CDT
     
  2. gtexan02

    gtexan02 Working?

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    Ugh, that means we have to listen to him talk some more. i don't know why, but something about his face + his voice makes me want to vomit
     
  3. afcman

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    Hey we get to hear him talk about how good that Bush guy is !!!!
     
  4. OzzO

    OzzO .. and then?

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    Maybe he'll inform CBS how they do it in the NFL.
     
  5. aj.

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    My kind of humor...
     
  6. Bamaborn-Texasbred

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    That is a perfect job for Casserley. He can talk about football all day long on Sunday, but he won't actually get his hands on anything he can mess up.
     
  7. TexanSam

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    Hopefully he'll be a better insider for football than Steve Phillips is for baseball on ESPN. Both were terrible GM's though so how much "insight" can he give?
     
  8. CloakNNNdagger

    CloakNNNdagger Site Contributor

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    Here's a quote I came across.......you might remember it. CC would make a great commentator, ever-pointing out "astute" observations AND suggesting constructive solutions.:hides:

     


  9. veazeyt

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    So how many sinking ships can Casserly be directly or indriectly be involved with? For example, Boseli.... Perhaps, its not so much with players but coaching staff. Is that where Casserly blows? Obviously injuries and what nots are not his fault. But is it like car insurance? For instance, my girlfriend is not involved in many at fault accidents but she seems to be in alot of accidents not caused by her? Can the same be said about Casserly and his involvement with NFL teams? Is Casserly accident prone even though we can't directly blame him?

    Also, just how many blunders can we thumb at Casserly, just for kicks, I will start with Boseli and Dom Capers....
     
  10. powerfuldragon

    powerfuldragon g'mornin to you

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    why would they hire him. he'll talk a lot but not say anything.
     
  11. Malloy

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    Would be great for ESPN coverage then ;)
     
  12. edo783

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    Good one Malloy!
     
  13. Wolf

    Wolf 100% Texan

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    well get ready.. for every good play Bush makes...Casserly will have to defend it.. For every good play Mario makes, CC can say that is why we drafted him.


    IT will be Mel Kiper Jr version II
     
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    Now that's funny! :heh:
     

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