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Quinton Patton: Already Harbaugh's "favorite guy"

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Patton took some initiative, and made a great impression upon his coach

"We didn't do a very good job of communicating that to Quinton before he got to the airport," Harbaugh told San Francisco radio station KNBR, via CSN Bay Area. "But the fact that he would buy his own ticket and fly out here, to me, just speaks volumes about him. I mean, to be honest with you, he reminds me of me. That's something I would've done.

 

 

"Isn't that awesome? Isn't that just awesome? He is already my favorite guy."

 

He's off to a positive start. I guess we'll see if it translates to the field.

 

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Awesome but... he MUST have been in contact with his agent over this period. Why didn't anyone give him a heads up?

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fug man, I really wanted that guy in the 4th 

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Yeah, I'm a little disappointed he's not a Panther.

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 I liked that pick by SF.  He'll probably take Manningham's roster spot.   

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I loved how Harbaugh took this as an opportunity to compliment himself.....saying that this would be something that "he" would do.

 

He may be a good coach.  But Harbaugh is absolutely an egotistical prick.

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Patton is going to be a good WR methinks

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