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    Re: Good thing for Lima.

    Quote Originally Posted by feltdizz
    It's over.... Sweed is done. The new breed of Texas Longhorns are mentally fragile. I read a yahoo blog that sad Colt McCoy is on the bubble in Cleveland and may get cut. I'm curious to see how that Holmes kid does that everyone was hoping for on D in the first round.
    Does that make him a Lima has bean?


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    Re: Good thing for Lima.

    Limas has one more contract year with the Steelers. He had a strong spring this year. The injury was a misfortune. He knows the offense. If he works hard he could come back strong and maybe contribute here. In any case, I'd like to seem him get redemption, if not with the Steelers then elsewhere. He's a good solid kid whose had some tough times.



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    Re: Good thing for Lima.

    Quote Originally Posted by SanAntonioSteelerFan
    Quote Originally Posted by feltdizz
    It's over.... Sweed is done. The new breed of Texas Longhorns are mentally fragile. I read a yahoo blog that sad Colt McCoy is on the bubble in Cleveland and may get cut. I'm curious to see how that Holmes kid does that everyone was hoping for on D in the first round.
    Does that make him a Lima has bean?


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    Re: Good thing for Lima.

    I can't see any team wanting him. If he proves that he is worth any opportunity, my guess is that he gets a much lower paycheck and sticks here as a role player. If not, it's off to arena league for him.
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    Re: Good thing for Lima.

    Quote Originally Posted by Djfan
    I can't see any team wanting him. If he proves that he is worth any opportunity, my guess is that he gets a much lower paycheck and sticks here as a role player. If not, it's off to arena league for him.

    The arena league would like their receivers to actually catch a ball. Lima acts like the ball is a hot potatoe. I guess beans and potatoes don't go together.

    I do have a question, when these guys are injured such as Lima, are they allowed to be at the workouts, team functions, classes ?

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    Re: Good thing for Lima.

    Quote Originally Posted by fezziwig
    Quote Originally Posted by Djfan
    I can't see any team wanting him. If he proves that he is worth any opportunity, my guess is that he gets a much lower paycheck and sticks here as a role player. If not, it's off to arena league for him.

    The arena league would like their receivers to actually catch a ball. Lima acts like the ball is a hot potatoe. I guess beans and potatoes don't go together.

    I do have a question, when these guys are injured such as Lima, are they allowed to be at the workouts, team functions, classes ?
    Willie Colon has the same injury as Sweed (Achilles) and it seems like a see Colon all over the place, driving to Latrobe with Ben in the Mini Cooper, helping out with Hotel with the adjustment to RT, etc.

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    Re: Good thing for Lima.

    Thanks for the feedback

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