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  1. ctpatsfan77

    ctpatsfan77 PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

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    Sorry, but "Sea Bass" just doesn't cut it for a 6'8", 315# mammoth. :D

    Expatriate Patriot - The Boston Globe

    Interesting tidbits (probably mentioned here before, but worth repeating):

    1. At the East-West Shrine Game, Vollmer was coached by none other than Dante Scarnecchia, who basically got a one-week extended Combine experience with him.

    2. Vollmer's OL coach at Houston was Joe Gilbert, who coached Nick Kaczur at Toledo. I'm sure that was coincidental, as was the fact that the Pats are now scouting some of Gilbert's guys at Illinois. . . . :)
     
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    Vollmasaurus.

    or

    Volsung which would make him the grandson of the infamous Odin.
     
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    sieglo In the Starting Line-Up

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    Every time I vist the Globe site it tries to put this Virus Doctor malware on my computer. WTF is with their site admins allowing that **** to run there?
     
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    But wouldn't that make him big and slow, like most dinosaurs were? The size of their brain cavities were surprisingly small.
     
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    Yeah but the evolution thing ... brain is way huge now with the addition of speed.;)
     
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    Maybe Vollmeraptor? :)
     
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    I think there is ample evidence to support the notion that the New England sports fans online community is absolutely terrible when it comes to thinking up nicknames. Just brutal.

    Seabass is fine. His first name is Sebastian. It works. Leave it be. This will not end well.
     
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    Haha I completely agree. My name is actually Sebastian, and its funny cause some of my friends actually call me Seabass.

    How about sebadass? haha
     
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