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Pat McAfee announced he would be presenting a pick at the NFL draft in his latest pod cast.  I highly recommend watching this one its hilarious 

 

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Pat and the orangutan ought to do a podcast together during the draft giving opinions and maybe throw back some beers.  It ought to come natural as Pat had a monkey roomie some time back.

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I like me some Pat as long as he don't bring up any canal or Grigson stories.. haha

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And I believe Reggie Wayne will announce the 2nd pick.   Don’t know if he’s doing BOTH second round picks or not?

 

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Ballard should ask Bob Sanders to announce a pick.

The Colts crowd would go nuts.

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1 hour ago, crazycolt1 said:

Ballard should ask Bob Sanders to announce a pick.

The Colts crowd would go nuts.

He'd tear an ACL walking up to the podium.

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1 hour ago, Calmack said:

He'd tear an ACL walking up to the podium.

Well he didn't tear an ACL hosting the super bowl trophy did he.

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9 hours ago, crazycolt1 said:

Well he didn't tear an ACL hosting the super bowl trophy did he.

It was a joke on his lengthy injury history... No need to take it seriously. 

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3 hours ago, Calmack said:

It was a joke on his lengthy injury history... No need to take it seriously. 

Sorry, I don't take any injuries as a joke. Bob Sanders was one of the reasons we have a super bowl trophy and that ain't no joke. He may have a shortened career because of injuries but he gave everything he had when he was on the field.

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12 hours ago, crazycolt1 said:

Sorry, I don't take any injuries as a joke. Bob Sanders was one of the reasons we have a super bowl trophy and that ain't no joke. He may have a shortened career because of injuries but he gave everything he had when he was on the field.

Nothing I said even hinted at him not being an amazing player. Dude was, however, crazy injury prone.

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5 hours ago, Calmack said:

Nothing I said even hinted at him not being an amazing player. Dude was, however, crazy injury prone.

And that is something to joke about?

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2 minutes ago, crazycolt1 said:

And that is something to joke about?

Yes. A leaf could fall on Bob, and he would miss 2-3 months. 

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4 minutes ago, Pacergeek said:

Yes. A leaf could fall on Bob, and he would miss 2-3 months. 

 

More like Bob would tackle the leaf so hard that he would dislocate his shoulder.

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4 hours ago, crazycolt1 said:

And that is something to joke about?

To some yeah. 

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Marlin Jackson and Gary Brackett hang around the city a lot, they would be appreciated as well. Of course, Jeff Saturday and Tarik Glenn will get big welcomes too as recognizable names. 

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