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    Boyd placed on Waive/Injured list today

    That leaves Vickers and Sherrod battling it out fro the third TE spot.

    Think they go with one of these two (Vickers has to be leading that battle) or look to bring in a guy who gets released?

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    Re: Boyd placed on Waive/Injured list today

    well i was wrong, i thought they were going to keep boyd

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    Re: Boyd placed on Waive/Injured list today

    Quote Originally Posted by frankthetank1
    well i was wrong, i thought they were going to keep boyd
    "can't make the club from the tub" - Chuck Noll

    You weren't alone Frank. I'm guessing most folks thought Boyd was a lock to be the 3rd TE. Great height and hopefully he had worked on his blocking in the off season.

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    Re: Boyd placed on Waive/Injured list today

    Honestly.. if it is down to Sherrod and Vickers, I would rather bring back Tuman or keep and extra WR.

    Neither one seems like they will be a real threat at pass catching and I don't think any of them are a stellar blocker. If we need a 3rd TE for blocking in certain plays, we are going to just bring in Essex anyway.

    Sherrod can probably be cut and signed to the PS to serve as insurance in case of injury.
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    Re: Boyd placed on Waive/Injured list today

    Quote Originally Posted by MeetJoeGreene
    Honestly.. if it is down to Sherrod and Vickers, I would rather bring back Tuman or keep and extra WR.

    Neither one seems like they will be a real threat at pass catching and I don't think any of them are a stellar blocker. If we need a 3rd TE for blocking in certain plays, we are going to just bring in Essex anyway.

    Sherrod can probably be cut and signed to the PS to serve as insurance in case of injury.
    Well, guess which team Tuman is on now. I'll give you one guess. Here's a hint. It starts with a "C" and ends with an "ardinals"

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    Re: Boyd placed on Waive/Injured list today

    Heard that too. I would say Vickers or 6 WR.



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    Re: Boyd placed on Waive/Injured list today

    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher
    Quote Originally Posted by MeetJoeGreene
    Honestly.. if it is down to Sherrod and Vickers, I would rather bring back Tuman or keep and extra WR.

    Neither one seems like they will be a real threat at pass catching and I don't think any of them are a stellar blocker. If we need a 3rd TE for blocking in certain plays, we are going to just bring in Essex anyway.

    Sherrod can probably be cut and signed to the PS to serve as insurance in case of injury.
    Well, guess which team Tuman is on now. I'll give you one guess. Here's a hint. It starts with a "C" and ends with an "ardinals"
    The Chicago Retardinals??? I thought they folded.
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    Re: Boyd placed on Waive/Injured list today

    I think that Vickers should be a serviceable 3rd TE, but I wouldn't be surprised to see somebody brought in after the last round of cuts.

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