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  1. Texansphan

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    Tyrone or Chris?
    Both are interesting prospects.
     
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    Chris

    But I hope they can keep Tyrone around on the PS. Hehas alot of untapped potential, kind of like V. Smith.
     
  3. Texansphan

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    Some say he is better than Dixon.
     
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    Could be, the other Ok St. Wr is the stud. Johnson was a solid WR2.
     
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    Don't get me wrong, I love Dixon's upside.
    It augers well for the 4th WR spot.
     
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    Really interested in Vyncint Smith heading into year 2 as well. People forgot he was a raw project his rookie season when Fuller/Coutee missed most of the season and he had to play meaningful snaps. Hopefully it was a good learning experience for him and he makes a big jump in year 2 where he is ready to produce if called upon.
     
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    It's likely going to come down to who is better on ST - Dixon is known as being a ST gunner and punt returner.
     
  8. CloakNNNdagger

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    Texans' one-year deal for running back-kick returner Taiwan Jones: $1.02 million, including $930,000 base salary, $45,000 signing bonus, $45,000 roster bonus, cap figure $735,000 under minimum salary benefit, deal includes injury waiver
     
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    If Taiwan Jones brings anything to the field, he's a bargain. And for a guy near the end of his career, that's still a pretty nice payday.
     

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