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Jordan Senn is back

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He is the Senn-sei of Special Teams.

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This makes perfect Sennse!

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I feel like baby Jesus and I just got some gold, frankensennce, and myrrh

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No. Senn prob signed for the league min.

I highly doubt a veteran like him would be signed for the league minimum. He would have went somewhere else otherwise.

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I highly doubt a veteran like him would be signed for the league minimum. He would have went somewhere else otherwise.

This isn't Mike Wallace we're talking about here. Senn is prob just happy he has a job in the NFL. The team might have given him a roster bonus or something to seal the deal.

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This isn't Mike Wallace we're talking about here. Senn is prob just happy he has a job in the NFL. The team might have given him a roster bonus or something to seal the deal.

He is the special teams captain. I'm sorry but he is getting paid more than league minimum. I never said he was making Mike Wallace money. You don't make either $10 million/year or league minimum.

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He is the special teams captain. I'm sorry but he is getting paid more than league minimum. I never said he was making Mike Wallace money. You don't make either $10 million/year or league minimum.

haha OK

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senntilating, absolutely senntilating hire imho

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Sennce he's back, I feel better about our ST play

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