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    Beanie Wells a possibility?

    Often injured last year but only 24. Worth a shot at a fair contract?

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    They take enough of our discards, why not take one of theirs?

    Worth kicking the tyres, at the least.
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    I like Wells if he can get healthy.

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    Well, we would have to invest in another whirlpool... with him and Dwyer (and Redman too), we need a jacuzzi-sized whirlpool.

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    I hope not

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    Quote Originally Posted by pittpete View Post
    I hope not
    literally what i said when i read the subject... "Gawd, I hope not"
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    Duce II...

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    Draft someone who has a chance to be something. Wells will never be anything.

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    Our best option IMO is the draft, get a young dude who is hungry knowing he has a chance to start being drafted by the Steelers, and most likely at a cost the Steelers can afford.

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    I love Wells. I like how he runs. But, he couldnt stay healthy in college, nor the pros. But, make no mistake a healthy Wells is a truck load.
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