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Mark S

Quadruple Trouble?

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J-Stew, D-Will, Toldozer, and Fozzy? That's a scary lineup when everyone is healthy.

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Cam says he can run too

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Cam says he can run too

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So with Cam, that is 5 legit running options

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So with Cam, that is 5 legit running options

Hardy said he would like to be in there for some wildcat plays

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Hardy said he would like to be in there for some wildcat plays

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I'd like to see some Star on goal line plays.

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In accordance with the Geneva convention using Star on goal line plays would violate several international rules

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i just want to get to yell "fozzy fugin bear" really loud during the regular season too

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It's just a fun name to say. Where did he play last?

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Fozzy should get some work with the 1s to see what he can do. His style fits.

Williams needs to start falling down the depth chart

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It's just a fun name to say. Where did he play last?

Browns.

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