Discussion in 'The National Football League' started by thunderkyss, Mar 16, 2006.
........ He's an Eagle.
Looks like he'll definately be a starter for the Eagles. Good luck to him. I think Reid will find ways to utilize him more effectively than he was used here.
I am very happy for Gaff. He will finally go to a place where he can succeed. He will excel in the Eagles organization if he comes in with something to prove. He is a nice compliment to Reggie Brown and a possible high round rookie speedster. McMullen, Pinkston, and McCants are not overly good. Lewis is a speedster, but very situational and inconsistent.
Well good for my boy Gaffney, too bad we couldnt see him back as a Texan though.
Wow, now that we lost Gaffney, our receivers are:
.....and some guy named Donovan Morgan?? :brickwall
What the hell is Cass going to do? :brickwall
We still have Kendrick Starling!
Draft a Reciever.
Hmmm, I wonder what that does to the value of my Jabar Gaffney autographed football?
Super nice guy and I think that he will do well with a new start. The Eagles got him at a good time--WR take a little time to season and he should be getting into the peak of his playing ability.
We'll live, but that kind of sucks.
he's a great #2 guy....... in Philly, he'll be there #1. With Donovan healthy, he might even look like a #1...... hold on to that football.
I seriously doubt he'll be the #1 WR in Philly...
Don't they also have that first round WR from last year still, Troy Williamson? or is that the Vikings?
They wouldnt sign him to be their #1. He is their #2 or #3 guy and will excell.
As BD used to say, "The Times They Are A-Changin'". But Gaff was what,
the second player taken in our inaugural college Draft after DC ? So he's been
with us since the outset of our still very young organizations history.
Good Luck in Philly Gaff !
Ok. Thank you.
Hate not to see him in a Texans uniform, but best of luck to Gaff as I believe his best days are ahead of him.
Gaff was a good guy. I ran into him right before the '02 and we talked for about 5 minutes. Really down-to-earth and genuine.
Little known (self proclaimed) factoids about Jabar:
- His nickname at Florida was "The Reaper"
- He is faster than Bradford
Given that the club made very little effort to retain him I guess they felt he wouldn't fit the new offense. I wouldn't rule out the club signing another free agency later on in free agency when the June 1st cuts come.
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