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Here's proof of what he can do with a group of only "good" linemen: turn them into the most successful such group in the NFL.
I know the article has already been linked to, but I think kudos need to be given the guy who MAKES sure it gets done.
And it may be that Dante is sacrificing a little on his pension by staying with the franchise. We could be in the position of Indy with their great (signal stealer) assistant leaving Howard Mudd.
We are truly blessed to have this great coach who came from the most unlikely of places: Southern Methodist University with Ron Meyer.
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I always wondered what happened to Greg Randall, the starting RT for the 2001 season after he was dealt to the Texans. I had watched him play at Michigan State, very much a poor man's Flozell Adams, the Dallas Cowboys mainstay at LT.
I know Randall-Robinson played a season for them, then seemed to drop off the radar.
Truth be told, he hasn't been able to make the NFL and is seeking employment with the Canadian Football League.
I understand, PJ, it's just that how does he support a family as he's falling down the football employment ladder.
That's the first of 613 mitzvot: to be fruitful and multiply. I don't think his grip is all that sane, that's all.
At what point does he need stability for his family, assuming he has one. If he doesn't, might that be because he's playing football like a circus performer, regardless of the personal cost?
Another year, another league, another paycut.
He does have a college degree after all. Part of wisdom is learning to let go of the dream in order to be more useful to himself, family, and society. He had a good run, enough already.
But the man is probably still doing better than 75% of the country and 90% of the world. Maybe his playing is an end in itself. He's doing what he wants and he'll have plenty of time to put him BA to good use. Why begrudge him that?
Drink like a beast.
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