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    CJ Goodwin #18 have some mad ups

    Go to Steelers. Com and look at minicamp photos. He can get off the ground.

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    If he was only competing in the high jump we would be all set.

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    Must admit that is impressive.

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    That is probably why Mel Blount vouched for him. He knows what a good WR looks like. That said, I can see him as nothing other than a practice squad guy for this season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher View Post
    That is pretty dope.

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    Mark Kaboly @MarkKaboly_Trib:

    I am not just saying this because we went to the same college, but WR C.J. Goodwin has some real talent. Could easily be practice squad guy.

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    40 inch vertical at 6'3

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher View Post
    Would love to see that in the end zone.

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    Some of his combine workout is available on line. Looks good playing against air (everyone does) but looked athletic enough and hands looked okay catching passes away from his body. Ran a post corner route and looked smooth. I know it is not much of a sample size.
    It's always good to bring in competition and let the chips fall where they may. With a vertical like that perhaps he can excel at special teams. Blocking a kick or punt will go a long way in helping him stick around.

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