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Harrison makes an early statement:
Kilgo, Purcell, Hardison wore #96 before & didn't wear it long..
Hopefully Hogan is healthy enough to go. He could use the reps to knock off some rust before the divisional round.
That's what i am hoping. He's very key in this offense. He has been here a short time and he has been huge for us in the playoffs. I like cooks but he has to show more of an ability to get open with press man coverage.
here a good summary on today's BB standup:
reluctant to give information owing to caution or suspicion.
"When speaking about James Harrison's role with the team, coach Bill Belichick is very cagey"
synonyms: secretive, guarded, cautious, wary, noncommittal, tight-lipped, reticent, evasive;
informalplaying one's cards close to one's chest
"he was rather cagey about his plans"
Some major developments.
JFC, this dude is gigantic.
I fear that he may have aggravated that injury against Miami. There were times during that game when he was walking back to the huddle and his arm seemed to just hang dead at his side. Hopefully I'm wrong and it's just a continued healing process.
B-E-A-UTIFUL. Just in time.
Ted Washington wore 92. Maybe he ate James Harrison and is back too!
I would think this closes the door on 2017 for Vinny V......?
Before divisional playoff game NE has plenty of firepower to add to the active roster (compared to BUF game):
LB Van Noy
Quite a playoff boost! One would call this FA steal even before the season..
MM. wowza. Was hoping, but didn’t think it was gonna happen... (still might not, but..)
MM was huge last Feb.
I remember M&M looking very sharp in Preseason. Would be interesting if he can build off that. Mitchell seems like the type who can come off the layoff.
That might just spell doom for Britt (or Hollister).
Which is fine, if MM is ready to roll.
Hollister just clipped his toenail too short. Plus he has the sniffles
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