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    ...Josh Johnson, San Diego.

    From Reiss:

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    so who are we trading Brady to? :rolleyes:
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    A NY Times blog is speculating the Pats may want him as a WR:

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    Reminds me of the year we had Michael Timpson & Stephan Starring as WR's. Michael Timpson ... he of the "ball & swivel hips". Anyways ... hard to see a player getting reps at WR in this league now ... the position is so much more demanding than it used to be.

    Anyways ... the guy runs a 4.6 - 40 I think Reiss is all wet on this one. If he were 6'7" and ran a 4.6 well maybe but at 6'2" ... I think he's a development kind of kid. He could be gone by the 4th round so I doubt we pick him. I would rather see Belichick take a flyer on Dennis dixon in a later round ... better athlete. He might play baseball but worth a shot.
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    Reminds me of the drafting of Rich Gannon.
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    What's funny is when I posted something about this earlier today, the first thing that came to my mind was "I wonder how he would do at WR?" I didn't post any of those thoughts, but anyone who's watched Johnson might have similar questions.

    Also, F.B.N., Josh Johnson runs a 4.55 forty, which is plenty fast for a 6'2" 213lbs athlete.
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    Yup. He's got Gruden written all over him...probably two rounds too early.
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    rotoworld reported we may try him out as wr go figure.
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