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Thread: Bradshaw to Mia??

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    Quote Originally Posted by newlownorder View Post
    Terry Bradshaw would still beat out Henne.
    This!
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    I really hope he agree's in principle so sign with the fins for two reasons.

    1. We really need a veteran FA to compliment Thomas and he is my #1 choice.

    2. He will be expensive making it tougher for us to stay under the salary cap if they look into trading for Orton. Even if he says he will renegotiate his contract it may not be enough due to the other players they want to sign.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhinsPhan11 View Post
    I'm all for bringing Bradshaw in. All we have to do is fix his fumbling, which is easily fixable.
    Yeah, sure it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hammond47 View Post
    Can you say......No No sign Deangelo if the price is the same !!!!?
    Williams will be in Carolina or Denver if the experts are right.

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    bradshaw is a beast!!!!! check this video out.
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    why the **** is sparano still listening to ****ing pennington??? why the **** is the guy still being counted on for anything??? good god...these guys can't even wipe their own ***** without someones help
    hoops scoops 2012 season ..."in 2014 ryan tannehill etches his name in stone amongst the games elite qbs"..."ryan tannehill and andrew luck will carry the afc for the next decade plus the way peyton manning and tom brady have this last decade plus"
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    Quote Originally Posted by napsndreds View Post
    bradshaw is a beast!!!!! check this video out.
    Not taking anything away from Bradshaw, but man there were some huge holes in that vid. Giants' line did a tremendous job, hopefully ours can do the same. If he gets the holes, he will take advantage of them.
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    im afraid he's going to turn out like another nyg running back that made big money in Florida then busted, Derrick Ward...

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    Quote Originally Posted by daviddaman2 View Post
    Kind of would prefer to see what Daniel Thomas can do before throwing big money at a fumble machine like Bradshaw.
    Be prepared. Thomas is no football protector either. But after seeing Ricky fumble like 3 times in one game, and Ronnies random fumbles... Whats the difference if they can atleast make plays?

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    Derrick Ward is a different story...he was 28 years old when he signed with Tampa Bay. He was never a top-10 rusher and really was part of a good system. Bradshaw is very young (25) and has been ascending since he's had the opportunity to do so (he finished 8th in rushing last year I believe). Plus, we have a top 10 o-line which will definitely help.
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