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    Warren’s a star

    http://www.telegram.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20061020/NEWS/610200640/1009
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    Re: Warren’s a star

    Rather than start an OT thread, I'll just share this item of interest here:
    http://www.recordonline.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20061020/SPORTS/610200350
    Maybe the kid can be a Quality Control Assistant in a few years...I love his hero and his despised player list.
     
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    Re: Warren’s a star

    Great find !

    Is Warren the great find ... or this article?
    You tell me.
    I like 'em both.
     
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    Re: Warren’s a star

    When Warren was drafted, and we had not gotten Sullivan, who at the time was supposed to be all-pro material, I said that Warren would prove to be a better choice because he was not an 'understudy' of Seymour like Sullivan was, and that ultimately Warren would prove to be COMPETITION for Seymour instead of a COMPANION to Seymour.

    It took longer than I intially thought, but if Sey wants to keep up his rep around these parts, he's gonna have to show Warren who's the man on the D-Line. And that makes them both better! :D

    Warren just might get Big Sey's Pro Bowl spot one of these days, and that means that Sey will just have to work even harder to be the man! Nothing like keeping the fire under a guy that signed a huge long term contract and started the season a tad bit slow this year.
     
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    Re: Warren’s a star

    No question that Ty Warren is playing like a pro bowler so far this season. I feel good about it, because he apparently has been working hard, and has shown steady improvement over the years.

    BTW, Not only was Warren drafted behind Sullivan, but also behind Robertson of the Jets and Kennedy of the Rams. I also believe Minnesota drafted Williams (who has been a good player) ahead of him. Ty was like the 5th or 6th DT drafted in the first round that year. (I'm going by memory.) So far, he and Williams have turned out to be the two best DTs to come out of that first round. I don't know who came out in the later rounds...interesting topic.
     
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    Re: Warren’s a star

    William Joseph was another DT drafted in the first, and hasn't been much more than a backup. DE's chosen were Terrel Suggs, Calvin Pace; Jerome McDuggle and Micheal Haynes. only Suggs and Mcduggle have justified their selection.

    Regarding Warren, he is signed through 2008. Imagine how smart it would be sign him to an extension *Before* he has a breakout year and decides to hold out????
     
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    The one thing we know for sure is that the Pats will try.

    The other thing we know for sure is that if the Pats try and fail, because Warren or his agent are going for the money grab, people around the country will blame the Pats for not being pro-active. Including some at this site.....:rolleyes:
     
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    And that blame would be well placed IMO. This a player that they have invested heavily in, has been arguably the most consistent starter on defense since his second year in the league.....why not lock him up early? Is there any doubt that he is the best man for the job? is there any doubt that it would not make sense to lock him up long term, while we

    a) need the draft picks for other positions on Defense
    and
    b) have the cap room to play with?
     
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    Re: Warren’s a star

    I think all of Warren's hard work is paying obvious dividends. The guy is a beast. I'm hoping that the big three can stay healthy, but it's nice to know that Wright and Green can fill in when need be. Who knows about LeKevin though, so Vince better take his vitamins.
     
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    Re: Warren’s a star

    Both Ty and Big Vince are having excellent years. Of coarse, Sey is the glue of the D-line.
    But, to have all three first rounders work out he way that they have is remarkable. And, they are all young and can get even better.:rocker:
     
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    Re: Warren’s a star

    Well I guess we can throw out "He's lazy at times,lacks motivation" pre-draft assumption of some of the pro scout's some year's back?

    This signing was one of the great one's this decade. No doubt about it.
     

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