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    Re: Drummond maybe coming to Steelers

    May the best man win the job for return man. I wonder if they can bring some competition in for the punter's job? I am not so sure about the guy they brought in.

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    Re: Drummond maybe coming to Steelers

    whats wrong with moore returning kicks and punts? i think he is a pretty good return man

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    Re: Drummond maybe coming to Steelers

    Drummond signed, Capizzi cut because he re-injured his foot.

    http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/pittsbu ... 80436.html

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    Re: Drummond maybe coming to Steelers

    I don't see the point in this. It's not like Drummond is a return man extraordinaire. Are the other guys we have in camp really that bad? Like Frank said I thought that was one of the primary reasons we brought in Moore.
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    Re: Drummond maybe coming to Steelers

    Good luck with Drummond. He was terrible for the Chiefs in 2007, just flat horrid. However, that may have something to do with the lack of special teams blocking and such but the guy didn't seem to have the heart or desire to make it happen.

    Rather, on many occasions, he was eyeing a comfortable place to fall after the initial hit. I could be mistaken but I don't recall him being used as a WR in 2007, or, if he was, there were no catches under his name. Primarily, he got the return job because, at one time, he was LJ's room mate at Penn State.

    It's no secret of the Chiefs continuing to pamper LJ to keep him out of his myriad pouting sessions when things aren't going his way. (I don't agree with that method but it is what it is).
    Strange reason but it's the only one that made sense as the season wore on and Drummond became more and more of a headache and poor performer. FYI

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