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jamos14

Kugbila to IR

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These suicide gifs are a bit much...

agreed.

can we take them down.

 

several of us have had to deal with it on a personal level and don't really consider it a joking matter.

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Screw that project bullsh*t. There were guys like Shamarko Thomas and Bacarri Rambo on the board

Kugbila...don't let the door hit u in the pussy on the way out

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no. he's right. it is a bit much.

 

don't be an ass.

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The suicide gifs are sarcastic right? He was going to be a project anyway,

 

nah bro he was going to save the franchise and lead us to superbowls, now we're doomed

 

 

 

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Who didn't see this coming? We should have drafted Quinton Patton, he was still on the board.

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Guys you really need to calm down. He was going to be a fuging project. Lawd jesus.

This, it amazes me seeing people flip out about this. Did anyone really think this wouldnt happen?

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Rotoworld says we waived him so it's possible someone can grab him (lol).

 

That was wrong - he was placed on IR, not waived/injured.

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Maybe I'm Mr Optimism but IR could just be a place to stash him and give him some more time to recover.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Injured_reserve_list#NFL_rules

 

 

Starting in 2012, the NFL and the NFLPA reached an agreement allowing one player placed on injured reserve to be brought back to the active roster.Provided that the player was on the final 53-man preseason roster (A rule exempted for the 2012 season), and that the injury is deemed to keep this player unable to practice or play football for an estimated six weeks, the player may be allowed to practice after Week 6, and be activated to play after Week 8

 

 

 

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A fourth round pick that's not an immediate starter?

Unheard of! :angry:

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Seriously, who didn't see this coming a couple weeks ago?

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