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    Other moves?

    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap200...gn=Twitter_atl
    I love what we've done so far. Would anyone be interested in CJ if he takes the paycut? He's got that other dynamic you look for in a weapon so I say, if he cuts his salary in half, and could be had for a mid-rounder or lower, I'm in

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    We really need dept in so may other places ...

    I do get why you are talking speed ... but IMO Johnson is a zone guy ... we have that in Ball yes he is faster but ball is really good at finding the open field...

    We are going to have to find a RB but my best Guess is Rooky FA...

    MLB RT or C/G is were our money will most likely go.

    OC and NFL will have to wait for their need for speed in the Draft.. God I do hope we find at least one WR with Blazing speed.

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    I believe Elway will position us in the draft for who we are targeting, we are all in this year

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    As Peyton would say on 1st and goal from the one yard line:

    "I'll pass"

    I don't want Johnson ...... granted, I don't know the guy personally, however, he seems like a chemistry killer ...

    Quotes from his "friend" Keith Bulluck:

    He’s a friend of mine but when it comes to athlete, he’s a ‘me’ person. He’s a ‘me’ person when it comes to the athlete. For the years that he’s been there, it’s never been his fault why he didn’t have a good running game or why he didn’t have a good game. It was always somebody else’s fault
    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...e-elses-fault/
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    That's another reason why I love Knowshon, and, why we should resign him .... Knowshon had / has great chemistry within the team
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    Knowshon can't take one 80 yards either. There's no way in hell this locker room would let CJ get out of control. I see what your saying though, I just think it would add a real explosive dynamic for this offense that would leave D Coordinators with headaches

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    We have a starting cb whose never played a full season

    The other one is coming off a bad knee injury

    The two backups have very questionable futures. Bolden has pretty much done nothing and Webster has been very uneven.

    We have to get a veteran with starting experience in here to give Harris time to work back slowly and be there to cover the games Talib misses.
    1st and 10 at DEN 20 (Shotgun) T.Tebow pass deep middle to D.Thomas for 80 yards, TOUCHDOWN.

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    DRC or A Cromartie on a one year deal

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    DRC is getting no love on the open market, and I'm wondering why

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    I think this is a pretty good move:

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