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  • Birthday 06/27/1984
  1. anyone who hunts wild boars, or lives a lifestyle like pacman jones
  2. dam my fault fellas i didnt see the previous thread.....delete ha
  3. FROM SI.COM NEW YORK (AP) -- The New York Jets agreed to terms on a three-year contract with free-agent defensive end David Bowens, his agent told The Associated Press on Wednesday. The two sides reached the agreement late Tuesday night and will sign the contract Thursday, agent Harold C. Lewis said. The deal is for $6.1 million, with an additional $2 million in incentives that could make it worth as much as $8.1 million. Bowens, who spent the last six seasons with Miami, is the fourth defensive end signed by the Jets in recent weeks, joining Kenyon Coleman, Andre Wadsworth and Michael Haynes. The 6-foot-3, 265-pound Bowens has 26 career sacks, including 18 in the last three years, and 168 total tackles in eight NFL seasons. Bowens, who'll be 30 in July, had five sacks for Miami last year as a part-time player, and will likely serve as a pass-rush specialist for New York. He'll be reunited with former Dolphins coaches Dan Quinn, now the Jets' defensive line coach, and Tony Wise, New York's offensive line coach. "We are excited to have him in New York and look forward to playing the Dolphins two times a year," Lewis said in an e-mail to the AP. "Having two of his ex-coaches in New York was the deciding factor." Bowens was drafted in the fifth round out of Western Illinois in 1999 by Denver, but moved around often early in his career. The Broncos traded him to Green Bay after his rookie year, and the Packers sent him to Buffalo the following summer but he was soon cut. The Redskins signed him off waivers and cut him a few weeks later before the Dolphins signed him. Copyright 2007 Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
  4. them picking in front of us does suck but their are plenty of solid players, so they cant hurt us to bad with that pick
  5. hahahaha now their is nothing better than seeing this happen to the dolphins
  6. Has anyone heard anything recently about the David Bowens talks? it seems like they just fell off...
  7. haha i was just looking at Kerry Rhodes scouting report on ESPN Insider.....i guess this guy was completely wrong Comment: Rhodes has good size and decent run-stopping ability. He has enough speed to run the alleys and is a willing insert player. He looks a little more natural in short zones than deep zones. He has decent ball skills. But Rhodes has a lot of athletic limitations. He is cut high, plays upright and lacks fluidity. He has marginal transition ability and takes inconsistent angles to the ball in deep zones. He needs an extra step in his plant-and-drive on underneath routes. He doesn't match up well in man-to-man and has limited recovery ability. He isn't very physical for a player whose strong suit is run support. He gets stuck on blocks and doesn't always maintain leverage on ball carriers. He lacks good tackle strength and a nasty edge. He doesn't seem comfortable making secondary calls and hesitates when lining up teammates.
  8. great read....i hope he really thrives in new york, and gets a chance to absolutely batter the dolphins and zach thomas when we play them ha
  9. droughns is a good runningback, but he is nothing to brag about....well for starters he deffinently isnt Thomas Jones
  10. By Len Pasquarelli ESPN.com Filling their need for a proven running back to team with youngster Brandon Jacobs, the New York Giants on Friday acquired Reuben Droughns from the Cleveland Browns in exchange for wide receiver Tim Carter, ESPN.com has learned. Carter DroughnsCleveland has been shopping Droughns in trade talks since signing unrestricted free agent tailback Jamal Lewis to a one-year contract earlier this week. The Giants were seeking a tailback to replace the retired Tiki Barber. Droughns, 28, should provide the Giants a solid insurance policy and a veteran and tested back who can share the ball-carrying chores with Jacobs, a two-year veteran. Jacobs has been the complementary back to Barber, playing mostly in short-yardage and goal-line situations in his two NFL seasons. A fourth-round pick in the 2005 draft, Jacobs has logged only 134 career carries for 522 yards, but has scored 16 touchdowns. Last season, the former Southern Illinois standout rushed for 423 yards and nine TDs on 96 attempts. Droughns came to the Browns from Denver in a 2005 trade after rushing for 1,240 yards in 2004. He gained 1,232 yards in 2005, his first year in Cleveland, and the Browns rewarded him with a three-year contract extension worth $12 million. But Droughns slumped to 758 yards in 2006 and there have been some off-field problems in the past year. He was due a $1.75 million roster bonus on March 17 but the Browns wanted to avoid paying it, especially after acquiring Lewis, who has already been penciled in as the starter. Droughns is scheduled to have a base salary of $1.25 million for 2007 and is due base salaries of $1.75 million for '08 and $2.75 million for '09 under his Cleveland contract. It was not immediately known if he reworked his contract to help accommodate the trade. For Carter, the deal represents a chance for a fresh start after five injury-marred seasons with the Giants. "Tim is absolutely excited about this opportunity," agent Pat Dye Jr. said on Friday afternoon. "In discussing Tim's situation with the Giants, we wanted to identify some teams who might be a good fit for him if New York decided to deal him. Obviously the Browns, who were looking for the kind of deep-threat dimension he brings to the table, were the most proactive." Carter, 27, was a second-round choice of the Giants in 2002. The former Auburn standout possesses sprinter's speed, but a series of injuries have kept him from fulfilling his potential. He has 72 career receptions for 967 yards and three touchdowns in 33 games, including 11 starts. Last season, Carter started eight games and had 22 catches for 253 yards and two touchdowns. In an active market, Droughns is the fourth starting-caliber tailback to be traded in the past week. The other tailbacks to be traded were Tatum Bell (from Denver to Detroit), Thomas Jones (from Chicago to the New York Jets) and Willis McGahee (from Buffalo to Baltimore).
  11. Scouts say Joe Thomas will most likely be a right tackle when he evolves as a pro....i wouldnt mind having that beast boost up our running game...but realisticly id take Calvin Johnson or Okoye
  12. another kerry rhodes, i bought one at the stadium and the numbers wore like you wouldnt believe.....i need an authentic
  13. hopefully some more D-Line and O-Line depth.....i been really reading into the draft and im really liking Justin Blalock to solidfy our line
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