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  1. http://www.jetsinsider.net/forums/ga...ages.php?c=110 shh you did not get this from me lol
  2. what is your point sooth is hiding it from us
  3. hey max or faba do you know what time mini camp sessions are another jets forum admin guy is holding out on jets fans
  4. i would give this show a chance i watched it thought it was funny episode 1 is up now http://soupmovie.com/
  5. http://www.philadelphiaeagles.com/cheerleaders/cheerSquad.jsp
  6. well that was a fun an hour 40 min chat kaysar and james rock i really hope those 2 get on all stars
  7. seriously does anyone want to come i am being nice offering this to you guys
  8. jets fans you can chat with kaysar and james from big brother 6 if you want 2 just post it and i will give you info
  9. well 1 arena football 1 player and 1 arena football 2 player got signed as undrafted free agents
  10. compare brooks bollinger http://www.newyorkjets.com/team/roster/show/865 2 nick browder http://www.newyorkdragons.com/team/...sp?playerid=206
  11. the new york dragons are in the playoffs with a 3rd string qb
  12. why is chad going to mini camp next week if it is only for rookies
  13. last i heard building the complex might take until 2009
  14. yep i hang out there almost every day during the summer
  15. lol i love the caf at hofstra all the true long island fans are there man i will miss it when they leave
  16. even if they don't open it ..i will just find out what times they are there from...then walk around the campus looking for the jets parking passes...then wait until a car pulls out and follow the guy for a few lights until you catch up to see who it is... i did it last year..callme a stalker but that is what they get for not opening it
  17. the dolphins are opening it 2 the public herm never opened it maybe mangini will i mean it might be the last year at hofstra be nice to the fans cross your fingers
  18. come on give michael harrington a shot not some guy who can't keep his life safe
  19. Denzel Washington's son among non-draftees to sign By R.B. FALLSTROM, AP Sports Writer May 1, 2006 ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Signing the son of actor Denzel Washington on Monday ensured the St. Louis Rams of making a splash the day after the NFL draft ended. John David Washington, a 5-foot-10, 200-pound running back was among 10 undrafted players signed by the Rams. He played for Division II Morehouse College last year. "This is all a good story," Rams coach Scott Linehan said. "I hope he's a good running back." Washington had a school-record 1,198 yards with a 5.6-yard average and nine touchdowns, and added 10 receptions for 69 yards is senior year. He also ended his career as the school's single-game (242 yards) and career (3,699) leading rusher. Washington led the conference in rushing last season, and was named national player of the week by D2Football.com last season. Linehan said he didn't know about Washington's famous father until after the Rams became interested in him. Coincidentally, Linehan's brother-in-law, actor Jim Caviezel, who portrayed Jesus in The Passion of the Christ, just finished a movie with Denzel Washington that is scheduled to come out in about a year. Linehan joked that Denzel Washington and Caviezel might make a nice little "sideshow" at training camp. "I hate to tell Jim, but I think most of them will be looking for Denzel's autograph," Linehan said. "But they should start with Jesus first." Another unusual addition was Connecticut basketball player Ed Nelson, a 6-8 forward who hasn't played football since his freshman year of high school, as a tight end. Nelson played 29 games as a reserve at UConn after transferring from Georgia Tech, averaging three points and three rebounds. "The rage now is to bring into the league these power forwards (at tight end)," Linehan said. "This one's going to be interesting. "You'd like him to be a blocking tight end that maybe can be a receiver." The Rams also signed kicker Josh Cummings of Pittsburgh, centers Mike Degory of Florida and Donovan Raiola of Wisconsin, tight end Jonathan Williams of New Hampshire, running back Antoine Bagwell of California (Pa.), defensive end Kory Lothe of Eastern Illinois, defensive tackle Tim Sandidge of Virginia Tech and wide receiver Clinton Solomon of Iowa. Updated on Monday, May 1, 2006 7:43 pm EDT
  20. The Albany Conquest of arenafootball2 announced today that OS Chris Brewer has been signed by the San Francisco 49ers of the National Football League to a free agent contract. Brewer, 22, ranked third on the Conquest with 15 receptions and 227 receiving yards along with three touchdowns in his first three arenafootball2 contests. The 6-2, 205-pounder caught five passes for a team-high 110 receiving yards with 2 TDs against the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Pioneers at Pepsi Arena's U.S. Army Field back on April 14, 2006. He caught 10 passes for 106 yards with one TD in 11 games for Wyoming University during the 2005 season. His father Chris played for the Chicago Bears and Denver Broncos of the NFL, while also playing two seasons for the Denver Dynamite of the Arena Football League from 1987-88. The Albany Conquest return to action on Saturday, May 13, 2006 at Pepsi Arena's U.S. Army Field for a 7:00pm contest against the Manchester Wolves. The U.S. Army presents the pre-game block party on South Pearl Street beginning at 5:30pm with live music, food, interactive games and much more. The Albany Conquest are in their fifth anniversary arenafootball2 season with full and partial season ticket packages currently on sale. Individual game tickets for the 2006 campaign are also on sale now by calling the Albany Conquest offices at (518) 487-2244 or by visiting http://www.albanyconquest.com/ for more information. http://www.albanyconquest.com/team/?id=863 well this sucks with the team off to a hot 3-1 start you hate to lose a player like him oh well hopefully we win arenacup
  21. The Jacksonville Jaguars agreed to terms with a dozen undrafted college free agents Sunday, including Colorado linebacker Brian Iwuh, Clemson safety Jamaal Fudge and Fresno State quarterback Paul Pinegar. Also agreeing to terms were: Valdosta State offensive tackle Richard Collier, San Jose State cornerback Trestin George, Tennessee defensive tackle Tony McDaniel, Northeastern offensive tackle Ryan Gibbons, Southeast Louisiana receiver Felton Huggins, Texas cornerback Edorian McCullough, Maine running back Montell Owens, Bowling Green receiver Charles Sharon and Pittsburgh State tight end Brandon Twito
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