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PR/KR question

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Does King posses any kind of return ability? I can see Barner handling KO, but not PR...

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Barner. This is even a question?

I don't see him returning punts, so yes, it is a question.

KR and PR require two totally different skillsets.

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As of right now Underwood would probably be KR, I have no idea who would be PR- maybe Barner

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Barner/Underwood. Problem solved and we save a draft pick.

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Not really concerned about kick returns.  They've been all but eliminated unless you have an elite returner who you're comfortable with him taking the ball from 6-7 yards deep in the endzone.  A touchback is all but assumed now with the kickoff moved up.  I'm MUCH more concerned with punt returns.

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FYI, when you said resign edwards I almost took a swing at my screen..

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Thanks to the rule changes, kick returner isn't as important as it used to be.

Punt returner still matters.

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punt returner is the issue. no answer seems to be on the team, draft june cuts, and preseason cuts should have a solution. underwood i believe returned about 5 punt for his career, so still nothing.

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you almost don't even need a KR anymore as so many are touchbacks

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