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Thread: Brandon Whiting seems like a Saban-type player IMO

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    can't wait till saban picks up some players so everyone has a better idea about a Saban type player
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    dude, he was released by the Niners because he failed his physical! who do you think he is, Damion McIntosh?
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    I'm going by the assumption that Saban thinks like Belichick..since Bill said they are very alike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dudeman
    dude, he was released by the Niners because he failed his physical! who do you think he is, Damion McIntosh?
    Of course, I was basing it on him being healthy..If his career is over..then forget it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gladsadmad
    Of course, I was basing it on him being healthy..If his career is over..then forget it.
    he failed his physical today, how would he pass ours in a few days?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dudeman
    he failed his physical today, how would he pass ours in a few days?
    I said forget it...geez
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gladsadmad
    I said forget it...geez
    his career isnt over, he just needs to get healthy
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    I think I can be a Saban type player. I'd come relatively cheap and I'd buy into the team 1st philosophy. Plus, I read his book so I think I have a leg up on knowing what he expects from his players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phinfan2003
    I think I can be a Saban type player. I'd come relatively cheap and I'd buy into the team 1st philosophy. Plus, I read his book so I think I have a leg up on knowing what he expects from his players.
    the water boy spot might be open...hey you said TEAM player.
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