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The player from another sport you would love to see playing for the team.

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Rondo is quick. You can't deny it.

relatively, yes. but at 6'2 and that lanky he wouldn't do much in the nfl imo.

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glen "big baby" davis has the build to play in the nfl

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The William sisters could replace Beason and Davis

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Alex Morgan as the New Kicker.

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Alex Morgan and the New Kicker.

One sexy kicker!

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Hope Solo as a tight end.................

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One sexy kicker!

Best kicker, she's precise man. Has some power behind that leg.

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I would like to see Stacy Keibler as a TopCat... what? She's not an athlete? so?

StacyKeibler.jpg

you've been posting this same pic on this same topic every year for the last 5... she's getting old man. her glory days were in the wwf. let it go lol

she's still hot tho. total milf material lol XD

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Interesting topic, IMO. I have a few.

1. Though we have our QB, I'd be curious to see how Alex Rodriguez would fare under center. He was a highly-recruited QB out of high school but, obviously, chose baseball.

2. Jeff Samardzija (sp.?) at WR. Current Cubs pitcher, as some of us probably know, was a standout WR for Notre Dame. I wonder how he'd do in the NFL.

3. Though he's been done for a while, Shaq in his prime could probably have moved mountains at DT. Not to mention, it's a position that doesn't require free throws.

4. Tiger Woods...as a kicker. Yes, who knows if he can kick a ball?... but he has that focus and precision that the best kickers of all time have.

5. Finally, this is going to sound very odd, but what the heck. What if it were possible to train a chimpanzee or gorilla to play a lineman position? Both have physical strength and speed 5-10X that of a human.

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