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#61 Anybodyhome

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Posted 05 November 2012 - 09:50 PM

7/8/2010: Signed a four-year, $2.504 million contract. The deal included a $713,840 signing bonus.
2012: $540,000
2013: $575,000
2014: Free Agent

2 career receptions...

... do the math... $1.252M per catch

#62 snewcombe93

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Posted 06 November 2012 - 09:13 AM

Armanti is terrible. Everyone wanted him to be a great story like VInce Papali for the Eagles back in the day. He was wide open on busted coverage with a key block by smith. he zigged when he should of zagged and got tackled at the 9 it was a great play. He is a bust and its time the organization realizes it and cut our losses.

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Posted 06 November 2012 - 09:31 AM

You guys didn't see what happened before the play happened.
It was magical.

Amongst the flashing lights, and roaring crowd,
young Armanti stepped out on the field,
lined up,
and stared hard into the middle of the field.

The Redskin defenders were suddenly startled.
It was like lining up against the Messiah.

"My Gawd, quick change the coverage, cover the middle, cover the middle", the redskin corners screamed.

Armanti's eye twitched. A DT almost jumped offside.

In the stands, 14,000 females simultaneously started ovulating at the site of Armanti lined up with his sleek legs of manly awesomeness ready to explode.

The ball was snapped and well, you know the rest of the story.

#64 Thorrez

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Posted 06 November 2012 - 10:03 AM

Armanti is terrible. Everyone wanted him to be a great story like VInce Papali for the Eagles back in the day. He was wide open on busted coverage with a key block by smith. he zigged when he should of zagged and got tackled at the 9 it was a great play. He is a bust and its time the organization realizes it and cut our losses.


What do you mean by "cut our losses"? He is on a cheap rookie deal so any guy replacing him will cost as much and most likely not be active on gameday anyway. I do not see any great loss as he is not a wasted spot in terms of practice (actaully he is an asset) and he is capable of filling in on a bunch of spots if someone goes down (not being great but not messing up either).

Bust in term of value for a 2nd rounder? Yes, no doubt

Worth to keep on the team for one spot and a minimum rookie deal? Yes, at least for now.

#65 R0ck0

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Posted 06 November 2012 - 10:05 AM

You guys didn't see what happened before the play happened.
It was magical.

Amongst the flashing lights, and roaring crowd,
young Armanti stepped out on the field,
lined up,
and stared hard into the middle of the field.

The Redskin defenders were suddenly startled.
It was like lining up against the Messiah.

"My Gawd, quick change the coverage, cover the middle, cover the middle", the redskin corners screamed.

Armanti's eye twitched. A DT almost jumped offside.

In the stands, 14,000 females simultaneously started ovulating at the site of Armanti lined up with his sleek legs of manly awesomeness ready to explode.

The ball was snapped and well, you know the rest of the story.


Was your middle school closed for Election Day today?

#66 EasternJ

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Posted 06 November 2012 - 10:24 AM

Armanti is terrible. Everyone wanted him to be a great story like VInce Papali for the Eagles back in the day. He was wide open on busted coverage with a key block by smith. he zigged when he should of zagged and got tackled at the 9 it was a great play. He is a bust and its time the organization realizes it and cut our losses.


First post.......I smell an alt.............perhaps it's someone who got a vacation yesterday and should be getting a deletion today????

#67 panfan32

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Posted 06 November 2012 - 10:32 AM

Yeah not a bust. 2 catched in three seasons and as fast as he is suppose to be, he gets caught by a safety from the oppisite side of the field.

He was only active since Lefell was out and Gettis has not come off of PUP yet.

#68 EasternJ

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Posted 06 November 2012 - 10:39 AM

Name another player who has an 82 yard reception and then the following week gets continously called a bust by the fans of his own team. Yep, there aren't any. Perhaps he should have been cut right after he was tackled.

And it was a corner, not a safety.

#69 ScottInStanley

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Posted 06 November 2012 - 10:39 AM

You know what Jared Green (practice squad) has that AE doesnt? A TD reception in an NFL uniform. Just sayin.....

#70 EasternJ

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Posted 06 November 2012 - 10:44 AM

You "fans" kill me. For all the crap we give to guys who play poorly, I don't get the hate for a guy--- any guy--- who helps the team win.


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