COLTS sign both TONY HOLLING and JAMAL LORD

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  1. CloakNNNdagger

    CloakNNNdagger Site Contributor

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    Worrisome? NO! They can't act as spies since all the schemes have been changed. But it's sort of encouraging that a rival feels that some of our "cast offs" is possibly worth a place. I doubt that anyone on this board was too disappointed about Hollins. But there were some here that would have liked to see Lord be around for a while longer.
     
  2. WildBlackBear32

    WildBlackBear32 All Pro

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    I'm so disappointed in Hollings. Lord I really don't care about, but I had high hopes for Tony. Now, I just wish he'd go to the CFL and prove me right somewhere.
     
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    I thought Hollings was with the Bears...so the Colts signed a guy that has been cut by two teams in the same offseason.
     
  4. HJam72

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    Wouldn't it suck if Tony Hollings had a great year as a starter? :stirpot:

    Not gonna happen, but it would sure suck, especially if DD continues having problems.
     
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    Is it possible that Dominic Rhodes and Joseph Addai aren't doing as well as they hoped? Or are they just lacking depth in general?
     
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    I dunno, is it fair to say that Hollings was our most disappointing Draft pick ?
    He was in the supplemental Draft, but that turned out to be a second round pick as recall ?
    What a long shot ! His collegete career had been entirely as a DB until the
    first 4-5 games of his last year in college before a season ending injury. And much of the decision to take him was based on the recommendation of his HC.
    Maybe Casserlys most disappointing personell decision.
     
  7. WildBlackBear32

    WildBlackBear32 All Pro

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    Bo...Bos...Bosel...I can't even say it I hate it so much...
     
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    Shrug...perhaps it's the fact they hyped the move as if he was going to...play for the Texans. Jersey sales, big press conferences, segment after segment BSing everyone about the "progress" he was making.
     


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    It was worth it to get Gary Walker and Seth Payne, IMO.
     

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