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Likely a torn labrum for Gamble

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Who would take his spot?

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Who would take his spot?

Captain Munnerlyn.

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You know the GM has done a fantastic job when the 5th round rookie is now the #1 corner and he beat out a former 7th round pick.

Great.

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Another soft overpaid player.

Another excuse for this bum coaching staff.

"Fans" calling NFL players or any athlete for that matter soft is beyond weak.

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Ed Reed, is in fact playing with a torn labrum.

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Captain has his moments....

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Well fug. Cap'n is like half as tall as any given Dallas WR he will be squaring off against. This is just what we needed. fuging BulletHead better bring his a-game and I fear that his a-game is equivalent to someone else's c-game.

It really is a shame that we buy the back half of our roster from ScrubsRUs

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"Fans" calling NFL players or any athlete for that matter soft is beyond weak.

I normally agree with your posts but not this time. In football you play hurt. Players that want it play hurt. Gamble quit on that long touchdown run by fatty in the ATL game. Now he is quitting on the team. If you care about wins and losses you try to play through a torn labrum.

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Give and take with Chris

It's about time start looking for a WR and CB. Its been time actually

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Great, more excuses for the coaching staff to fall back on.

Yeah, this seems to our M.O.

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