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CatMan72

Stopped by practice today...

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I'm good at playing the "big dumb guy" routine for some reason?

John Madden?

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i've seen that people in here can see the practice field from their condos and offices.

i'd be pretty surprised if other teams didn't have scouts watching and even filming practice (not that it is particularly needed this year).

Yeah, maybe we should take some of that lockout money we're saving up and build a bubble if this CBA thing is settled soon. LOL

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I'm not THE Catman, just a Catman.

lol, ok. I was always curious if you were that guy.

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If you are that big and kick ass as Salty suggest, maybe you should go play RT against SF :)

I'm 6'6" and 300 lbs, but I'm also 38 and years of abuse on my knees, back, etc through football, powerlifting and strongman competitions have taken their toll.

You're much better off with Schwartz, trust me on that.

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Sounds about like how Schwartz plays

LOL, I would make Schwartz look like Tony Bosselli at this point.

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It's pretty encouraging to hear the good words about DT. Trying not to get my hopes up though but I'm secretly really excited about him. Don't tell anyone.

LOL, I'm excited about him as well - but I'm remaining "cautiously optimistic" because we've all seen and heard about guys who are studs in practice and duds in games.

Having said that... he's big, fast and can run routes and catch the ball so it's a good start.

I also forgot to mention that he spent extra time after practice catching balls out of the jugs machine by himself. He may be doing this simply to make a good first impression on the coaching staff, but that in itself is a good sign: he cares enough to try and make a good impression.

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LOL, I'm excited about him as well - but I'm remaining "cautiously optimistic" because we've all seen and heard about guys who are studs in practice and duds in games.

Having said that... he's big, fast and can run routes and catch the ball so it's a good start.

I also forgot to mention that he spent extra time after practice catching balls out of the jugs machine by himself. He may be doing this simply to make a good first impression on the coaching staff, but that in itself is a good sign: he cares enough to try and make a good impression.

how would you compare him with the other WRs and did he look better with one QB over the other?

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Rayzor did you not see where Catman said he could run routes and catch the ball. That automatically puts him in the starting line up as a 2/3 :)

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how would you compare him with the other WRs and did he look better with one QB over the other?

I was really focused in on him, so at the time I wasn't thinking about how he compared to the other receivers... but I noticed that he seem to run very clean routes, explode out of his breaks and make good aggressive catches (with his hands, snatches the ball out of the air).

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Rayzor did you not see where Catman said he could run routes and catch the ball. That automatically puts him in the starting line up as a 2/3 :)

LOL, ouch (truth hurts)

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Im so not a fan of switching QBs all season. I feel like we are getting into a Anderson and Quin type situation. You should stick with one guy win or lose.

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