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1 minute ago, w87r said:

Hope he flunks the physical lol....

Thanks, didn't see that from Jo Jo.

 

Saw that news earlier on AP. That's a good spot for him IMO. Pretty good run blocking team, and it will help bring some balance to their O. He only needs 1000ish yards to break Barry's mark. I'll tell you what, he won't make our D's job any easier this year.

 

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5 minutes ago, EastStreet said:

Hope he flunks the physical lol....

Thanks, didn't see that from Jo Jo.

 

Saw that news earlier on AP. That's a good spot for him IMO. Pretty good run blocking team, and it will help bring some balance to their O. He only needs 1000ish yards to break Barry's mark. I'll tell you what, he won't make our D's job any easier this year.

 

They have Kerryon Johnson and Swift(hurt now). I dont think he gets to 1000yds in Detroit this year, even more so, not sure why Lions would want AP to pass Sanders wearing a Lions jersey.? Seems a little disrespectful, I get it is a business,  but man...

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4 minutes ago, w87r said:

They have Kerryon Johnson and Swift(hurt now). I dont think he gets to 1000yds in Detroit this year, even more so, not sure why Lions would want AP to pass Sanders wearing a Lions jersey.? Seems a little disrespectful, I get it is a business,  but man...

Johnson just isn't that good, so I expect AP to be the guy until Swift gets back to health. I envision a sharing load like Mack and Taylor. I think AP has more to offer than Mack though, age aside.

 

I agree on that he's not likely to get to 1000, but it's an interesting back story. I'd love to see him put up 100+ vs the Bears lol.

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I dont know what happened with Sydney Jones in Philly. Do their corners play the same scheme as us? Or is it more like Minn? Is this a situation like Rhodes where our scheme could be a better fit?

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8 minutes ago, krunk said:

I dont know what happened with Sydney Jones in Philly. Do their corners play the same scheme as us? Or is it more like Minn? Is this a situation like Rhodes where our scheme could be a better fit?

Mainly seems as if he just cant avoid getting injured.

 

Could be worth a flyer IMO.

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14 hours ago, HectorRoberts said:

 

if it was up to me I’d sign

hale hentges TE

Josh Andrews OL

 

cut

ziere Franklin  LB

Chaz green OL

 

Ps

Chad Kelly QB

Reese fountain WR

Marcus Johnson WR

Demicheal Harris WR

Andrew Volert TE

Javon Patterson OL

Even Boheim OL

jackson Barton OT

Rob Windsor DT

Gerri Green DE

Lee autry DL

Ziere Franklin Lb

Travis Reed Cb

Nate Hairston CB

Rutledge S

 

 

Solid looking list. 

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