Texans All You Can Eat Buffet

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  1. CloakNNNdagger

    CloakNNNdagger Site Contributor

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    Thought I'd list this in TT forum to allow a look at what may be available to the Texans (under one roof).

    All NFL Cuts by team thus far.
     
  2. 76Texan

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    New England Patriots
    8/27

    Tim Bulman (DE) cut.
    Jabar Gaffney (WR) cut.
    Donte' Stallworth (WR) cut.
    Gerard Warren (DT) cut.
     
  3. 76Texan

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    Seattle Seahawks
    8/26
    Terrell Owens (WR) cut.

    :turtle:
     
  4. RT22

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    OT Ryan Harris DEN cut. 8/31.
     
  5. kiwitexansfan

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    Atogwe S Eagles?

    Better than Keo surely.
     
  6. Ryan

    Ryan THIS YEAR

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    I'd take a strong look at Deion Branch. But one of our WRs would have to get "injured" first.
     
  7. El Tejano

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    I'd take a look at Warren, and Gaffney. Bulman I like but there's a reason he is not here any longer.
     
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    I wouldn't look at any wr's at this point. Oline, NT, and db's...
     
  10. cuppacoffee

    cuppacoffee Resident Grouch

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    I see the Chiefs cut my pre-draft sleeper WR Junior Hemingway.

    So much for my player evaluation skills.:butterfly:

    :coffee:
     
  11. Lucky

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    Played under Rick Dennison for 3 years.
     
  12. False Start

    False Start On # 69

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    I wouldnt mind. Cush thinks he's soft though. :littlelol:
     
  13. CloakNNNdagger

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  15. Joe Texan

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    I will let the coaches make these decisions and laugh hysterically at all your couch coach posts
     
  16. CloakNNNdagger

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    I did some deep digging and have confirmed that, on the good side, the last back surgery that Harris underwent at the end of the 2011 preseason was a minimally invasive procedure......microdiscectomy, not a formal open laminectomy or fusion. At least, on its surface, this could be interpreted as a better sign. But then, you have to question why a procedure that if successful normally allows a patient back to heavy lifting and return to sports in 4-6 weeks......led to him never returning......and had been worked out twice by the desperate-for-OT Vikings the end of October 2011.......and bypassed after his second evaluation led to a failed physical..........almost 10 weeks following his last surgery. This seems to mirror cases like Peyton Manning, who also underwent minimally invasive procedures with little clinical or on-the-field performance improvement just prior to finally giving up the ghost and undergoing the appropriate major open procedure.

    It will be great if Harris is able to help us out, even on a limited basis......or better yet, turn out to be a bulwark of our O-line. But it should surprise no one if Harris is helped off the field on any given Sunday.
     
  17. Lucky

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    Thank you for providing the laughter, as well.
     
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    Couch coach, I'm way more advanced than that, I'm on my bed.:whip:
     
  19. rmartin65

    rmartin65 I'm Score

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    I myself am a La-Z Boy GM/coach. Couch's are for people that want to share space, I am not into that ****. Plus, when I mess up (which is a frequent occurrence), I am too comfortable to give a ****.
     

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