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Mr. Scot

Nick Hayden, back in the league

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That was Jordan Carstens and he was actually a pretty decent player. Nick Hayden was on the team from 2008-2010 and was, arguably, not a decent player.

Thats right. I thought the name seemed off.

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He and Fua could start their own roller derby on an NFL field.

I wonder what brilliant nickname the fan base would suddenly try to impose on that duo over in Dallas...

here's a few thoughts:

Traverse City Toxic Cherries

Skee Town Skirts

Chicks Ahoy!

Cleveland Steamers

or

United Intergalactic Federation of Super Babes

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He went to camp with the Bengals but they didn't keep him.

Thought Fox might give him a shot in Denver since he liked him so much here, but nope.

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Grass grows faster than Nick Hayden's 40 time. And they used to time me with a sun dial, so I know a thing or two about slow.

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I remember Carstens. He was pretty good, but a health condition forced him out.

Always hated that we lost him.

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Yep, Carstens was a solid DT. Didn't he have a heart issue or something like that? Hope he's doing okay these days.

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Yeah Carstens had the heart thing. I don't remember the details anymore but he was arguably our best DT in 2005 when Jenkins was out and Buckner was showing his age.

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Actually Carstens retired because of a kidney related disease. He couldn't afford to take hits and potentially ruin his kidneys.

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