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  1. gtexan02

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    Did anyone else see this on sportscenter yesterday? They were talking about how Denver could get over the AFC title game hump and predicted they might be looking to add T.O. They did an interview clip with a defensive player I didn't recognize and he said he had no problems with T.O. because "he a'int never done anything to the Broncos" or something to that extent. Think he would fit in there? imagine Smith and T.O. lining up and Lelie as a slot
     
  2. texan279

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    I have no idea how they would accomplish that being $30 million over the cap.
     
  3. Peldon

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    If you think he ragged on McNabb just wait till he has a shot at Plummer.
     
  4. WWJD

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    I've seen too many articles about Terrell ending up here or this team being the frontrunner or this QB wanting him...blah, blah, blah.

    We'll see but I have a feeling before it's all over there will be an article somewhere about EVERY team wanting him.
     
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    TO is, if nothing else, an extremely talented troublemaker.

    Some team will take him thinking that they will be able to tame his massive, bloated ego. But I predict it will be to their detriment. Making a deal with the devil results in doom!

    I've heard that Nick Sabin with the Dolphins is interesting in taking a chance with Lucifer....errrr....TO, too.
     
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    Yeah, it's all over the radio here in Denver, but it's fans making the noise. Haven't heard squat from the Broncos.
     
  7. WWJD

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    I don't think he's completely out of hand...he CAN change but that has to be his choice and he's the one that can do it.

    He really needs somebody to sit him down and tell him...look Terrell your legacy can be that you were an outstanding receiver or your legacy can be that you were trouble with a capital T and that's all people are going to remember.

    Until he wants to change he won't.

    You always hope people learn their lesson. I think he's got some growing up to do. If he does that he'll be back at the top. If he doesn't he'll be the pain he's always been and that's what people will remember.
     
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    I think TO is going to be playing for Herm Edwards next season.
     


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    dont think its goin to happen because of the cap
     
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    I think TO is going to have a very disappointing offseason..
     
  11. Glacier

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    classic case of "becareful who you listen to" He needs to fire his agent.
     
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    As long as Shanahan does his job regarding Plummer, T.O. won't be a problem. Unlike that fiasco in Philly were the only reason Reid has a job, is because of Donavan...... and don't think Reid doesn't know it.
     
  13. Glacier

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    bah, man thunderkyss, you keep saying stuff I don't quite agree with.....

    Reid is a very bright offensive mind. I believe he would have success with or with out Donavan, though likely not with the Qbs on his roster now.


    let me correct that....he would have "offensive success". A big part of the philly game is their D, which i doubt, Reid has much to do with. They have a great defensive coach as well.
     
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    4 NFC Championship Games in 4 years, and Reid has nothing to do with that? Get real.
     
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    Fine by me as long as he's not wearing a Texans uni.
     
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    Don't get me wrong... I like McNabb, and I like Reid... I'm not saying Reid has nothing to do with the teams offense, but that McNabb where's the pants in that relationship. I honestly believe if McNabb was playing for JimmyJohnson, Bill Parcells, or John Gruden, someone would've gotten into McNabbs face long before Terrell took it upon himself.

    Tice was a good coach, till he fell in love with Dante(another of my favorite QBs). The coach has got to be the boss. He's got to lay down the law, and he can't be afraid to call out any player.
     
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    Hes a huge problem starter.

    But hes right, and smart, and makes things easy.
    If you throw him the ball a lot, he'll catch it a lot.
    And if you throw the ball to him a lot, he'll score a lot.
    Hes a freak, he knows how much hes worth, and its a shame he ruined his prestige by being a baby. I would not care if he was on the texans, you just need to have a QB who can put him in his place. Vince Young could and would. But Reggie is Reggie and you cant pass on Reggie. AS I DIGRESS, i summarize

    TO could be the greatest reciever to play the game. Someone just has to whoop his *** a few times in the locker room and he'll understand that he is in the NFL.
     
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    TO = All the tools and NO toolbox!
     
  19. Peldon

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    Yeah but really crazy tools that might cut your arm off if you aren't careful.
     
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    YUP, might even be his own teammates arm.:brickwall
     

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