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    Re: Bumgals receivers

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    TJ has a bad hammy. That will nag him all season.
    You mind using your talents Nostradamus to let me know what the winning lottery numbers are this week?
    does he have a bad hamstring?
    It's not that bad if he had a long term contract in place he would be on the field already. TJ doesn't want to take any chances since this is the last year of his current deal. He wants to be as healthy as possible for the regular season. So I'm not too worried about him. Plus he is back practicing already...
    oh ok thats not bad then. is that a biased bengal fan perspective or reality?
    im just kidding the reason i ask is because i think he will have an even bigger year this season and my fantasy draft is tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher
    Doesn't Chris Henry still have to be reinstated by the Commissioner before he joins their active roster? I think the last I heard was that he was suspended by the league indefinitely, but I could be wrong.
    It was reduced to 4 games after the charges were dropped. Prior to us re-signing him.

    Quote Originally Posted by frankthetank1

    oh ok thats not bad then. is that a biased bengal fan perspective or reality?
    im just kidding the reason i ask is because i think he will have an even bigger year this season and my fantasy draft is tomorrow
    I'd like to say it's reality but honestly with the limited information that is given in preseason it's hard to say.

    TJ wouldn't really give a lot of details. His first practice was Monday and he said if it felt good he would practice against tuesday. He is practicing again today, so I'm assuming it's not too bad. But it is just speculation at this point...

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    I think Chad mails it in this year...

    Cincy is done...
    Cleveland sucks and Baltimore is bleh...

    we should go 6-0 this year in the North.

    Our toughest schedule in the NFL on paper may not be so tough with injuries to some key players on strong teams...

    everyone always forgets this is the NFL and for some strange reason...
    teams usually dip..

    The doom and glooms who complain about the FO every year somehow forget that we are one of, if not the most, stable teams in football from year to year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by feltdizz
    I think Chad mails it in this year...
    How so?

    There are a lot of negatives things that you can say about Chad but saying he'll mail it in isn't one of them. IF he wanted the easy way out he would just get the surgery and sit the season out. Instead he's fighting with Marvin to get into the last preseason game (Which Marvin is keeping him out of, not him).

    No matter if you like Chad or not, you can't say he doesn't put the effort in...

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    I heard Ocho Stinko tell a reporter on ESPN he needs the surgery but wasn't getting it. The reporter goes: You need the surgery but you're not getting it???
    He won't last the season. First good shot and he's done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steely76
    I heard Ocho Stinko tell a reporter on ESPN he needs the surgery but wasn't getting it. The reporter goes: You need the surgery but you're not getting it???
    He won't last the season. First good shot and he's done.
    It's not first good shot and he's done. First time his shoulder pops out again he's done. Not saying it can't happen but you guys make it seem like he'll play 1 quarter against the Ravens in week 1 and then he'll be done for the season.

    Shoulders don't pop out that easily...

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    Re: Bumgals receivers

    I believe a certain "Souljah" on the other Ohio team had 82 catches for 1,106 yards and 5 TD's with the same type of injury last year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher
    I believe a certain "Souljah" on the other Ohio team had 82 catches for 1,106 yards and 5 TD's with the same type of injury last year.
    Souljah boy played with it and did well as did Brian Westbrook. Which is surprising considering the pounding RB's have to take. So it's not out of the norm for a player to have this type of injury and do well. Chad stated he talked to about 10 other players who played with the same type of injury...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jom112
    It's not first good shot and he's done. First time his shoulder pops out again he's done. Not saying it can't happen but you guys make it seem like he'll play 1 quarter against the Ravens in week 1 and then he'll be done for the season.

    Shoulders don't pop out that easily...
    No they don't.... But if Ed Reed slams him 15 yds downfield in week #1 it COULD be in the first quarter, and he would be done for all intents and purposes...

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    Quote Originally Posted by NKySteeler
    Quote Originally Posted by Jom112
    It's not first good shot and he's done. First time his shoulder pops out again he's done. Not saying it can't happen but you guys make it seem like he'll play 1 quarter against the Ravens in week 1 and then he'll be done for the season.

    Shoulders don't pop out that easily...
    No they don't.... But if Ed Reed slams him 15 yds downfield in week #1 it COULD be in the first quarter, and he would be done for all intents and purposes...
    It's a good thing Ed Reed might not play in the opener then...

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