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Good news on Edwards.

(unless you're Sione Fua)

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Dwan and Melvin are back, thank you baby jesus.

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Praise baby Jesus! No FUA! Fua is like herpes, it won't go away.

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Good news on Edwards.

(unless you're Sione Fua)

Nah I think even Fua likes this. Less exposure the better. He's just gotta hope upper management forgets he's on the roster so he can keep earning a pay check

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we won't see stewart until we start playing NFCS teams.

 

which is cool with me.

 

good that dwan and white may be back, tho.

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Praise baby Jesus! No FUA! Fua is like herpes, it won't go away.

1 outta 5 people have a FUA?

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CB D.J. Moore is a limited participant in practice today after missing time with a knee injury suffered in Week 2 vs. #Bills.

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I like Dwan being back, our rotation should be great with no drop off...

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