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So...should Burgess give back 55 to Seau? [He did]

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  1. SeanBruschi54

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    I mean it should be in like new condition and all.

    DISCUSS!!!

    ;)
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    Re: So............should Burgess give back 55 to Seau?

    I think he probably should, but don't really care either say. Seau's a legend in the NFL, and Burgess is... Burgess.
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    Re: So............should Burgess give back 55 to Seau?

    Someone's been wearing 55 ? ;)

    I guess the invisible man was weating 43 today - WTF is that for a DL/LB ?
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    Re: So............should Burgess give back 55 to Seau?

    I say it would be a nice gesture but first come first served, we'll see.Maybe a Rolex can settle it.
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    Re: So............should Burgess give back 55 to Seau?

    He already gave it to Seau.

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    Re: So............should Burgess give back 55 to Seau?

    Hopefully most understand this was a jest thread
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    Re: So............should Burgess give back 55 to Seau?

    The way Burgess has played the lead role in 'The Invisible Man' I would say he probably doesn't deserve ANY number on this team,He sucks - Davis got us there.
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    Re: So............should Burgess give back 55 to Seau?

    Actually, when the 55 saw Seau, it jumped off Burgess' uniform and flew over to Seau's. :)
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    Re: So............should Burgess give back 55 to Seau?

    Boston.com is reporting that Burgess is wearing #53 now...maybe he'll start playing like chris slade of '93-'97
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    Friggin Burgess... he gonna amount to anything ?

    I see him on the field, just not making plays.
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    Sure we got one over on Al Davis in the Randy Moss deal but he got us back in the Doug Gabriel fiasco and what appears to be a worthless Derrick Burgess trade...Still TBD on Seymour
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    Burgess should not only give back his number, he should give us back everything we've paid him. Definitely the Pats version of Hollow Man.
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    Re: So............should Burgess give back 55 to Seau?

    Old SENIAL Uncle Al made Billy look mentally challenged on that one......guy is a waste of a roster spot.

    Took Bill's Lunch Money :confused:
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    Trading a 3rd round pick for this guy was absolutely stupid! I liked the addition of Burgess but not for a 3rd round pick. This trade will look even worse when he is let go next season.
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    Calling the loss of a fifth round pick a fiasco a bit over the top, I would think.

    It didn't work out, but to expect all trades/FA acquisitions to work out is unrealistic. Yoku make a lot of deals. Some work, some don't. If your deals result in more wins that the other guys' deals, you did well.

    How's Seymour doing for the Raiders so far?
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    I'm not sure that Seau won't give Burgess a run for his money for that title. The man is how old now?
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    True. He's 40 years old. But they guy is at least stout against the run. He's definitely not coming into to be a full time starter as his body can't handle that. The one intangible he brings into the locker room is clearly underrated: leadership.
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