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  1. #1
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    The Official Kevin Vickerson Appreciation thread

    http://www.denverbroncos.com/news-an...e-c9cb57f5d6a0

    One of my favorite all time Blue Collar guys on the Broncos - when they needed him big - he showed up big - when they needed him thin and fast he showed up thin and fast. He gave everything on the field that he had inside him.

    I'd shake his hand - gladly.

    Good luck to Big Vick and thanks for the memories!

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    I wish him luck wherever he lands - hopefully somewhere like Dallas.

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    He should have made this team. Surely he is better football player than Garland? And absolutely no trade value?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrAnGe CrUsH 77 View Post
    He should have made this team. Surely he is better football player than Garland? And absolutely no trade value?
    I think it is the hip - not the talent or the want to.

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    Agree- Hip and age. Young players like Austin developing. I thought Unrein looked a bit more active this pre-season. I'd have kept Vickerson over him, but I think Vick took a step back with the hip.

    Vickerson joins McBean on Mr. Stupid Penalty island, but a solid player.
    They say that love is more important than money, but have you ever tried to pay your bills with a hug?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mingo View Post
    http://www.denverbroncos.com/news-an...e-c9cb57f5d6a0

    One of my favorite all time Blue Collar guys on the Broncos - when they needed him big - he showed up big - when they needed him thin and fast he showed up thin and fast. He gave everything on the field that he had inside him.

    I'd shake his hand - gladly.

    Good luck to Big Vick and thanks for the memories!
    Well said. Best of luck to him (except when he plays the Broncos).

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    Not too long ago, the DL was a very weak spot on this team - possibly the most void of talent ... The arrival of Kevin Vickerson was what I feel the turning point on the DL as he brought a definite presence and attitude that helped change the culture of our DL ...

    I wish him the best and think he wore the orange and blue well ... excellent player
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    Thank you Kevin Vickerson you played the game right . You stood up for you teammates !

    all the reasons above I would tell you were a great Denver Broncos player ..

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    Vickerson becoming a Charger is not the best news - IMO. Wish he had gone to the NFC.

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