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can we just say no to John Lynch please? Screw him-he wouldn't come here when his son's godfather was the coach-he wouldn't come here this summer when he was cut and now that he's unemployed he'll wait to see if New England brings him back first...

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can we just say no to John Lynch please? Screw him-he wouldn't come here when his son's godfather was the coach-he wouldn't come here this summer when he was cut and now that he's unemployed he'll wait to see if New England brings him back first...

TOTALLY AGREE and for the same reasons. Oh now that you're washed up you'd consider coming here? F YOU Lynch.

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Jets | Team contacts Wilson

Tue, 2 Sep 2008 16:32:57 -0700

Rich Cimini, of the New York Daily News, reports the New York Jets placed a call to free-agent FS Eugene Wilson (Buccaneers), according to sources. The situation does not appear to be headed anywhere at the moment.

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Jets | Team contacts Wilson

Tue, 2 Sep 2008 16:32:57 -0700

Rich Cimini, of the New York Daily News, reports the New York Jets placed a call to free-agent FS Eugene Wilson (Buccaneers), according to sources. The situation does not appear to be headed anywhere at the moment.

Wilson and Lynch are both upgrades over Elam and Smith.

I hope we sign one of them tho.

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come back to do what? he is slower than hell, unless he is playing LB

Thats just how the Patriots will use him.

Lynch will take Tank Williams place since he landed on IR. Dom Capers has been busy designing some exotic schemes for the NE D. He will be a situational player as well. But, if Lynch were to excel in that role theres likely no doubt he would see more playing time.

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Thats just how the Patriots will use him.

Lynch will take Tank Williams place since he landed on IR. Dom Capers has been busy designing some exotic schemes for the NE D. He will be a situational player as well. But, if Lynch were to excel in that role theres likely no doubt he would see more playing time.

You chowds get more delusional every day. Lynch's legs are shot . LOL

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The history of signing aging players at speed positions who are trying to hang on for one more year is not good. On the field, it frequently becomes embarrassing.

Very well put and in this case very, very true. He would be beat like a drum on any deep routes. He wasn't released by Denver without a good reason.

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