What if we could sign this guy

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  1. AlbinoRat

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    Dec 29, 2004
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    Chattanooga, Tennessee
    Marcus Nash, former Tennessee wideout now tearing it up in the Arena League. Check out his stats from ArenaFootball.com

    Marcus Nash
    # 82
    Las Vegas Gladiators
    Offensive Specialist - OS
    Height 6-4 Weight 210
    Years Experience: 2

    College: Tennessee
    Player Stats

    Nash Media

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    Marcus Nash: 2004 Offensive Player of the Year

    Courtesy: Arena Football League
    Release: 02/24/2004
    • Returned for his second season in Las Vegas.
    • Caught 131 passes for league leading 1,769 yards with 41 touchdowns.
    • Rushed for two touchdowns.
    • Set a Gladiators’ franchise record with 229 yards receiving vs. San Jose on March 28.
    • Named the AFL’s Offensive Player of the Week for his performance in Week 6 against the Columbus Destroyers when he caught 10 passes for 133 yards with five touchdowns.
    • Named the AFL’s Offensive Player of the Month for the month of May when he totaled 36 receptions for 415 yards with 13 touchdowns.
    • Named 2004 AFL Offensive Player of the Year.
    • Broke the AFL’s mark for receptions in a season by hauling in 154 passes.
    • Second in the league with 1,771 yards.
    • Tied the AFL record for touchdown receptions in a season with 46.
    • Named First Team All-AFL offensive specialist.
    • Led the League in several offensive categories including total touchdowns (49), scoring (300 points), first downs (112), third down receiving (33 receptions for 419 yards - 11 TDs) and double-digit receiving games (7).
    • Finished the season with eight 100-yard receiving games.
    • Rushed for two touchdowns and converted on three two-point conversions.
    • Played for the Detroit Fury in his rookie season in the AFL.
    • Led the Fury in all receiving categories.
    • Nash capped off his rookie season in the AFL by leading the Fury in all receiving categories.
    • Played in 12 games and had 69 receptions for 866 yards with 24 touchdowns.
    • Totaled 11 solo tackles and assisted on six more, had five pass breakups, one interception and returned two kicks for a total of 19 yards.
    • Earned game MVP honors once (Week 3 @ Carolina) and game Ironman honors twice (Week 7 vs. New York and Week 9 @ Buffalo).
    • Returned to the Baltimore Ravens and won his second Super Bowl ring in three years.
    • He joined the Baltimore Ravens as a free agent after being released from the Miami Dolphins. Traded from the Denver Broncos to Miami during training camp.
    • First round (30th overall) pick of the Denver Broncos in 1998.
    • Earned his first Super Bowl ring with the Broncos in his rookie year.
    • Finished the season with four receptions for 76 yards in seven games.

    • A favorite target of current Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning at the University of Tennessee.
    • Left Tennessee ranked second in the record books with 177 receptions for 2,447 yards and 20 touchdowns.
    • Named an All-American and named to the All-SEC first team as a senior.
    • Broke school records for catches (77), yards receiving (1,170) and touchdowns (13) in a season during his senior year.

    his recieving stats are: Receiving
    Recept Yds TD
    2003 69 866 24
    2004 154 1771 46
    2005 129 1787 41
    2006 107 1168 28
    Career 459 5592 139

    Don't know his NFL stats but he was great at Tennessee when it was still Wide Receiver U

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