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Don't know if it'll happen lol...but his LB coach in college at UCLA was Jeff Ulbrich, and his first LB coach in the NFL was Saleh.  

If Saleh and Ulbrich think he is worth it and has gas left in the tank. I'm sure they're in JD's ear about now.

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They just spent something like a quarter billion on players yesterday, most of whom are being touted as being overpaid for.  Im not sure there's a whole lot of logic behind what Jacksonville does, beyond Khan trying to spend their way out of suckitude.

This is just like letting Cody Rhodes walk all over again.
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33 minutes ago, Dwight Englewood said:

Something is going on we don’t know about 

I agree there’s got to be a backstory or something behind the scenes we don’t know

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1 hour ago, TuscanyTile2 said:

I wonder if it's related to the knee injury concern that was raised when he got drBullseyeafted.


Bullseye ! ! ! Give that man a charute.

Myles knee has been efffed up before he even entered the NFL. Most guys that have injury problems usual are in good shape at the start of the season and pain free, not Myles. But he has tremendous capacity to play through pain. He hasn't played a full season since 2018.  2019 was particular bad. He only played 11 games that year. Last year he played in 15 games. It's time for Myles to retire and looking for another career. When he's on the field Myles is great but he is having an increasingly tougher time stay on the field.

JD and Robert Saleh should contact him only to offer him a position on the Coaching Staff.

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On 3/15/2022 at 10:31 AM, Warfish said:

Then why is the worst team in the NFL, who had money to spare, cutting their leading tackler?

Horrible teams don't usually cut "good young players" when trying to get gud, do they?


Good enough to be a Steeler, it seems 

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