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Bucs sign The Can of Corn

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Andre Nebblet signed with the hated Bucs. In related news now I want sweet corn for dinner.

@ProFootballTalk: Bucs sign five tryout players, including former Panthers DT http://t.co/5zMdNYz9ka

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superbowl?

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And I'm ready to go fishing...old school style!

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Andre Nibblets signed with the hated Bucs. In related news now I want sweet corn for dinner.

Always provides an interesting contrast and texture.

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superbowl?

If you mean a big super sized bowl of Green Giant sweet corn nibblets then yes.

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we'll rue the day we let him go.

 

RUE THE DAY I TELL YOU!!!!!!!!!!

 

 

sorry, who we talking about?

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we'll rue the day we let him go.

RUE THE DAY I TELL YOU!!!!!!!!!!

sorry, who we talking about?

Andre Nebblets. He actually played halfway decent for an undersized UDFA out of Temple.

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oh, neblett

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This is the kind of guy Hurney would have extended. Hurney seemed to like undersized guys.

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