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Kid looks Edelman-esque, won't quit, tough, seems quick, all over the field.
I like it, i found it interesting bringing back these guys, they had heart and grit, true bb style players.
ive seen pictures.
So why the hell do all these rookies wear 50 something numbers to start off camp these days?
50 something numbers on guys like Harry look very strange.
Do I need to say it?
If they had grit, they would be Chuck Pagano type players, he loves players with grit.
Chuck Pagano on Andrew Luck: 'He's got grit, he's not soft like everybody else'
No one here is paid to do this kind of job lol
Ok, brown and faulk are players that.......
Here's my understanding: at some point in the recent past, BB stopped assigning rookies numbers and actually ran minicamp/OTAs without jersey numbers at all. The league then made it mandatory to practice with numbers. Giving rookies meaningless numbers until the absolute last minute (turned out to be the day of the first preseason game) seems to be BB's cheeky way of getting around the rule change.
OK, hands up if you knew before today that there was a Bemidji State University. Or what state it was in.
According to one site, Olszewski was the 192nd-best cornerback prospect in this draft, behind guys from such powerhouse programs as Johnson C. Smith University and California Polytechnic. Needless to say, I've found my rookie binky.
What prize do I win?
Not only do I know that there was a Bemidji State University but I've even had lunch in Bemidji.
I lived in Winnipeg, Manitoba for several years and one spring I gave a lecture in Minneapolis and took the opportunity to visit the headwaters of the Mississippi River- hence the visit to Bemidji.
I really don't remember much about it.
Bloated toad, Glenn Ordway bashed the kid and the college all afternoon. Such a pompous fcukin twerp...I wish Fauria would plant his fat azz
I've seen enough tweets. N'Keal Harry is going to be the next Larry Fitzgerald...
I think I remember you from “Fargo.”
Reminds me of that Al Bundy football tape from Married with Children!!!
6' - 170 according to the school; 5'9.5" - 178 according to another...Would be better if he were 6' - 178...I wonder if the Pats put him through the short-shuttle & 3-cone drills before inviting him to OTAs, because at that size his #s there need to be outstanding.
Some of us fellow geezers who also follow hockey should remember Bemidji State's (MN) most famous alum, Joel Otto, who won a ring with the Calgary Flames in 1989 and who was assigned the unenviable task of shadowing Edmonton Centre Mark Messier during the Battles of Alberta in the mid-late 1980s.
Joel Otto - Wikipedia
An interesting development in camp is Joe Thuney playing tackle, this could be the plan going forward. He has better length for the position and Wynn is a more natural guard.
Gunner has great mobility and decent speed and burst, he'll have to live up to his name and play special teams as well. We're in the market for a kick/punt returner so they'll be on the lookout for that.
Yup. Since the Pats don't need any more picks, I can envision sending Allen and a 6th or 7th to a team that needs a punter ( Lions ? lousy net last year) for a higher round draft pick.. After the Super Bowl, his value is well known...
Don't think Ordway went to college. Nothing wrong with that at all, but it makes him a bit of a hypocrite for bashing a small school that has always had a good athletic program for its size.
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