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    Mills claimed by Minnesota (as per Reiss)

    So long Garret, it was fun while it lasted, too bad you couldn't have cleared waivers.
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    Re: Mills claimed by Minnesota (as per Reiss)

    Sorry mods, I was beatedn to it. Please delete this thread.
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    Re: Mills claimed by Minnesota (as per Reiss)

    It was fun while it lasted yet he never played a game?
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    Re: Mills claimed by Minnesota (as per Reiss)

    He did alright in preseason, especially last year. I know preseason doesn't make a player but he did show promise and it quieted a lot of criticism on why the Pats drafted 2 TE's back to back last year.
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    Re: Mills claimed by Minnesota (as per Reiss)

    My Binky done gone to Minnesota. Watch the bridges, Garrett.
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    Re: Mills claimed by Minnesota (as per Reiss)

    I think he'll be cut again sometime. Nothing against him, but he needs to become a real fullback or he'll always be a victim of the numbers game.

    I'm not talking about Sam Gash, just a decent lead blocker so he doesn't keep losing out to the Heath Evans of this world.

    I don't like or dislike him, just an observation.
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    He needs to find the right offense to fit in. I'm not sure if Minnesota's offense is built to unitlize an H-back tweener type, honestly, I pay too little attention to the Vikings to know.

    Either way, best of luck to Mills.
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    It actually is, or at least was before Childress got there.

    They now have Richardson, whose more of a pure-FB.

    But they also have Kleinsasser, Dugan, and they used to have Angulo and Richard Owens, all of whom are H-Back types like Mills.
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    We all questioned the move to draft Mills right after Thomas but I guess BB didn't forsee having Brady on the team the following year.
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    Childress's offense loves to use backs in pass patterns. Mills should do well there.

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