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AceBoogie

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This thread will please me.

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He be big. That's all I can say at this point. My only hope. He may actually produce this year. Give him his 3 routes, and see what he can do.

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"but but ealy was rated high on those arbitrary draft boards I read and Gettleman said in the presser..!"

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LOL. Get em Ace!!

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Looks like some don't know Gettleman like they thought

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I love it!!! I didn't think GMan would do it but he didn't even hesitate. After OBJ he was who I wanted all along!!!

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I'm happy. Gettleman clearly wanted to get Cam a big receiver.

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