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 9 years ago '04        #6376
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Spring Practice Report: #10
Mar. 10, 2010

By: David Lake





Tommy Streeter
CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- The Miami Hurricanes completed their tenth practice of the spring Wednesday afternoon.

The team practiced in full pads as they prepare for the first open scrimmage of the spring Thursday night at 7 p.m. at Lockhart Stadium in Broward County.

Miami will hold 15 practices this spring including the annual spring game on March 27.

Read here for the latest news and notes coming out of practice including who had a good day today for the Hurricanes.

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NOTABLES IN ATTENDANCE

Class of 2010 signee RB Eduardo Clements, former UM TE Tervaris Johnson, and former UM wide receiver Jermaine McKenzie, who transferred to Memphis.

NEWS & NOTES

• Miami will hold their first open scrimmage of the spring Thursday night at Lockhart Stadium in Broward County. There will be an autograph session with the players before the scrimmage begins at 7 p.m.

• Shannon says the goal in the Thursday scrimmage is to have improvement off the team’s first scrimmage that was held on Saturday. “You just want improvement that is all you can want from a scrimmage, to hope that you are improving and you don’t go backwards,” Shannon said. “I expect the running backs to keep the intensity going on. They can’t go backwards because they have had their success.”

“Guys who make mistakes, see if they cut down on their mistakes. Guys who miss tackled, see if they cut down on their missed tackles. Guys who had a great scrimmage have an even better scrimmage.”

• Shannon says he hasn’t decided on the format for the scrimmage yet. “It is just how I feel. If I get in one of those moods where it is 100 plays, we will go 100. It just depends,” Shannon said.

• Quarterbacks A.J. Highsmith, Stephen Morris, and Spencer Whipple will all get equal reps during the scrimmage, Shannon says. “They always get the same amount of snaps,” Shannon said. “They will rotate like we have been doing all the time. Somebody will go with the ones and somebody will go with the twos and they will just keep rotating.”

• WR Tommy Streeter caught a long touchdown pass from QB Stephen Morris on a go route during the two-minute drills.

• WR Aldarius Johnson shook off a tackle from a defensive back on an out-route and had a long touchdown during 11-on-11 situations.

• WR Leonard Hankerson caught a touchdown pass during red-zone drills and did a good job of moving the chains during the two-minute drill.

• RB Storm Johnson had a good day running the football Wednesday, breaking multiple long runs and scoring one touchdown.

• According to WR Tommy Streeter, QB Spencer Whipple throws a ball that is smooth "like a roll of toilet paper" like in the movie Little Giants.

• One player who is having a very strong spring this year is senior CB DeMarcus Van Dyke, who leads the team in interceptions this spring. UM coach Randy Shannon says he has seen improvement from Van Dyke this spring. “He is doing better,” Shannon said. “He is playing with a little bit more intensity and playing with a little bit more like a veteran guy. That is what we need him to do to keep stepping up that way and he has been doing a great job of doing that in practice. The more he takes that upon himself to get better, the better we will be as a defense.”

• Allen Bailey is playing left defensive end and he feels like he can be a leader by example with the defensive line. He feels like Curtis Porter is having a strong spring.

• Shannon on how the defensive tackle rotation is looking with Micanor Regis and Curtis Porter: “We are pleased with them because they have shown improvement from the first day until now and they keep getting every day and every week.”

• DB Ryan Hill can participate in coverage drills this spring, but due to a recovering shoulder injury he is not tackling. “We are still monitoring his shoulder from the season,” Shannon said. “Most of defensive back work is footwork and things like that and the hitting part will come in two-a-days, so he is getting most of his footwork done. He is covering but none of the physical stuff.”

• According to Shannon, the Hurricanes do not have any more room to give out any more football scholarships for the 2010 recruiting class. “We just don‘t have anything,” Shannon said of scholarship space.

• Current NFL All-Pro Andre Johnson is going back to school this semester at UM to earn his degree. Shannon is pleased to see Johnson work to finish up his schooling. “I think it is good for the guys on the team to see a All-Pro NFL player come back and finish up his degree,” Shannon said. “He has a lot of money, but it is more than money to him. He has accomplished a lot of things playing wise at the University of Miami and the NFL, but now this is one of the accomplishments that he wanted to have on his resume. I know his mom will be very proud of him because she is very supportive.”

 9 years ago '04        #6377
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Reid Continuing to Learn Defense; Discusses Baseball Possibility
Mar. 10, 2010

By: Christopher Stock





Jamal Reid.
CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- Redshirt freshman safety Jamal Reid is busy trying to learn the defense this spring.

Reid is one of three safeties participating in spring practices this year with Vaughn Telemaque and Ray Ray Armstrong as the other two after Jared Campbell went down with an injury.

"It's going pretty good," Reid said. "I'm flying around, trying to chase balls and make plays and learn the plays, the formations, and my a.ssignments."

Because of Reid's slender frame--6-foot-1 and 185 pounds after gaining 13 pounds since his arrival--many expect Reid to be a cornerback in the future.

However, Reid is not playing any cornerback during the spring despite the thin numbers at the position and he is focused at safety.

"As of right now, I think I'm going to be a safety," Reid said. "I'm not playing any cornerback."

Despite not playing cornerback, the former Under Armour All-American does work on his corner skills.

"I work on my footwork, my jam skills, and cover one-on-one skills just in case I did have to go down and play a receiver," Reid said.

During Tuesday's practice, Reid recovered a fumble. He's still looking for his first pick of the spring, which he nearly had in Saturday's scrimmage.

"I had a couple opportunities, but I missed it unfortunately. I'm just trying to get that back," Reid said.

Last season Reid was relegated to scout team duties as he redshirted. He has high goals for himself in 2010.

"This year, I'd just like to get a little stronger and help my team win a championship," Reid said. "I'm trying to better myself so my team can depend on me in key situations. I want to make the secondary one of the best in the nation and help any way I can."

UM Baseball Possibility

During the fall, Reid said he planned on trying out for the UM baseball team, an opportunity he was promised during the recruiting process according to UM baseball coach Jim Morris.

However, Reid did not get an opportunity to do so.

"I don't really know what happened to it," Reid said. "They told me Coach Shannon might let me play after this spring, but I'm not really sure. I'm probably not going to play this year. I'm probably going to try out next year because this spring I'm trying to learn the defense so next year when I'm comfortable with the system, I might try to play next year."

Reid bats and throws righthanded and played all three outfield positions at Mayo Lafayette where he batted .310 with three home runs while leading the team in RBI’s and stolen bases during his senior year.

Spring practices conclude with the spring game on March 27 and Reid would still like to play baseball if possible.

"It's up to the (football) coaches. If they let me, I'd do it," Reid said.

 9 years ago '04        #6378
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LB Cornelius Adjusting To Speed Of College Football
Mar. 10, 2010

By: David Lake





Tyrone Cornelius
CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- Early enrollee freshman Tyrone Cornelius is adjusting to football at the college level as fast as he can.

Cornelius (6-2, 195) admits that he was somewhat overwhelmed by the speed of the game when spring practice first began at Miami, but now he is adjusting to that challenge.

“I have adjusted pretty well,” Cornelius said. “At first the speed was definitely a big difference, but I have caught onto things real quick with my speed and athleticism. I just play like it is high school now.”

Now that Cornelius says he has adjusted to the speed of the college game, he wants to work on getting off blocks when in run support.

“I probably need to work on getting my hands off blocks,” Cornelius said.

Cornelius is currently working with the second team defense at weakside linebacker. He discussed which running backs have been the most difficult to cover in the passing game out of the backfield.

“Having to cover the out routes with guys like Mike James and Storm is tough. Both of them are good running backs in the open field,” Cornelius said.

Cornelius recognizes that enrolling early at Miami for his freshman year has helped accelerate his learning curve and now he believes he can crack the linebacker rotation this season.

“It has helped a lot,” Cornelius said. “I think if I came in later I would have been pressed for time to try to gain all the knowledge that I need to know to play. It has made me a whole lot better though with getting acclimated to the speed of the game.”

“I strongly believe I will crack the rotation. Right now I am on the second team and as the days go I am getting better acclimated with all the formations and what the defense calls for.”

Former Hurricane linebackers Jon Beason and Darryl Sharpton have talked to Cornelius recently and the new Cane says he took a lot from their words of wisdom.

“Darryl has talked to me because we knew each other from the visits I took to Miami. Jon Beason was out at practice not long ago too and he just told us to pick it up and that the linebackers are the leaders of the defense and we carry a lot of momentum for the game.”

By the beginning of next season Cornelius wants to get his weight up to 210 pounds. Before spring practices began he was tested in the 40 and he claims a time of 4.5.

“I thought I could have run it better because it was a fresh 40 time, but still I guess it is an impressive 40 time,” Cornelius said.

One class of 2010 linebacker recruit Cornelius keeps in touch with is Travis Williams from Norfolk, Virginia. Cornelius says he tells Williams what to expect when he gets to Miami on and off the field.

“Me and Travis Williams talk every now and then,” Cornelius said. “I just ask how he is doing up there in Virginia and I tell him about how practices are going down here and how it is a big difference from high school.”

 9 years ago '04        #6379
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Expectations Raised For WR Group
Mar. 10, 2010

By: David Lake





LaRon Byrd
CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- The wide receiver group on the 2010 is the deepest and most productive position unit for this upcoming season.

And with the majority of the receivers entering their third year at Miami the expectations have been raised this spring.

Miami is very deep at the receiver position. The Hurricanes return senior Leonard Hankerson, who is coming off a career year in which he caught 45 passes for 801 yards and six touchdowns.

UM also returns four receivers going into their third year this season in LaRon Byrd, Travis Benjamin, and Thearon Collier, Aldarius Johnson, who had at least 250 receiving yards last season.

The question is: which second year receiver will make that jump in 2010?

“They have to take that next step and separate from each other,” coach Randy Shannon said of the receiver group. “They have to always have great practices because great players always have that mentality. Good players have the mentality of ok I am satisfied. I think they have the ability to have greatness in them and they have to get it done.”

Byrd is the receiver who has impressed early in spring practices. In 2009 Byrd finished with 33 receptions for 460 yards and one touchdown. Coach Shannon said he was impressed with the way Byrd started the first week of spring practices.

“He had a good week, made a lot of plays, and improved from last year,” Shannon said.

Junior Travis Benjamin is the speediest receiver on the UM roster and finished the 2009 season second in receiving yards with 501 yards on 29 receptions with four touchdowns. Benjamin has always been a deep threat for Miami throughout his UM career and now to take that next step in his development he needs to improve his route running.

“He has dynamic speed and he is a big play guy,” wide receiver coach Aubrey Hill said of Benjamin. “He is a really good kid too. He is one of those kids who is the first one in the meeting room and has an open notebook taking copious notes. He is one of the last ones to leave also.”

“The one thing that we have always said is that we want to see he is a disciplined route runner, but sometimes when you are so fast those things don’t go hand in hand. That is the one thing that he is improving on. It is not that he is a bad route runner now, we just want him to get better.”

Aldarius Johnson had a tough 2009 season which was plagued by nagging injuries and forced him to miss three games, but he still managed to catch 16 passes for 276 yards and one touchdown. This spring Johnson says he feels like he is in better shape than he was last season.

“I lost five pounds [since the season ended], so I feel better than I did last year,” Johnson said. “My body can hold the weight that I am at now, so I feel better than I did last year. I feel quicker.”

Of all the receivers on UM’s roster, Johnson probably has the best connection with Jacory Harris due to their playing days at Northwestern High School.

Thearon Collier was his usual reliable self in 2009 in which he caught 18 passes for 250 yards and one touchdown. Collier is a very good slot receiver who excels at picking up crucial first downs and has the ability to make defenders miss in the open field.

“I think he plays a lot bigger than his size,” coach Aubrey Hill said. “When you see him on the field you can see that he really makes some plays.”

To gain a better grasp of the offensive scheme and to give Miami more versatility, the UM receivers are playing multiple receiver positions this spring. For instance receivers like Aldarius Johnson and Leonard Hankersonw, who play on the outside, have been working out of the slot in some situations this spring.

“In our offense we teach each play and each position,” Hill said. “For example if you are in the meeting room and you are listening to the X-receiver and that pertains to you and then we talk about the Z-receiver and that is someone else, I think you need to still be listening so you have an understanding of it. If you just know you have a go-route and then you don’t know what is going on from the other side of the field, then I don’t think you understand the offensive scheme. We try to learn the offensive scheme. We also want guys want to be able to move around because it makes them more versatile if somebody gets hurt.”

 9 years ago '04        #6380
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Thanks, i can't wait to see Reid play.

 9 years ago '04        #6381
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im f**king drunk..but im excited as s**t..ready for some football

 9 years ago '05        #6382
Deeangoe 2 heat pts
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 C.R.I.P. said
im f**king drunk..but im excited as s**t..ready for some football
me 2 cept i just got home and its 5am

 9 years ago '04        #6383
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Plein Enjoying the Offensive Line
Mar. 11, 2010

By: Christopher Stock





Stephen Plein
CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- Redshirt freshman Stephen Plein is adjusting well to his position on the offensive line.

Plein, who arrived at UM last summer as a tight end, was moved to offensive tackle during the first week of fall camp and has gotten more and more comfortable with his new position ever since.

“I enjoy playing offensive line a lot more than tight end because you can be a lot more physical and it is more my mindset,” Plein said. “You just have to get used to that physical wear and tear that you deal with at the position and that is just part of the game for me now and I enjoy it.”

With Orlando Franklin being held out the last week due to a minor injury, Plein is receiving more reps this spring than he normally would. Plein is working at both right and left tackle.

“I have been getting a lot of reps because he is out and that has been good for me,” Plein said.

When watching film this spring of himself, Plein says he can already see the improvements he has made since last fall.

“I feel like I am not doing better, but when I go back and watch film I realize that I couldn’t do the things I am doing now last fall,” Plein said. “I remember being on scout team last fall and I thought I was doing pretty good, but now I can actually block Allen Bailey and Adewale Ojomo. I know the offense a lot more and I am being more physical and finishing blocks. Now I am doing a lot better.”

One area Plein has also made big strides is with adding bulk and size to his body. Plein says his weight is up to 280 pounds at this point and he would like to get up to 300 pounds before next season.

“After the season it was tough I got here at about 255 pounds and got to 265 pounds when the season started and then I couldn’t gain any weight during the season because I would workout and sweat so much during practice that I couldn’t hold weight,” Plein said. “I then went home for Christmas break and I was able to put on some muscle and bulk then.”

“With putting on the weight it is almost like binge eating. You eat until you are full and then you eat some more. I have never really had to do that before. I am just eating more of everything and trying to eat pretty healthy.”

When the topic of toughest defensive lineman to block comes up, Plein named veteran defensive end Adewale Ojomo.

“I would say Ojomo is the toughest this spring,” Plein said. “He is really fast and now he has put on a lot of weight and he can bull-rush you and drive you back. You just have to try and hold your ground and dig in because if you don’t he will take you for a ride.”

Plein is excited to participate in the open scrimmage tonight and he is looking forward to treating the practice just like a game.

“Coach Whipple said we are getting in for 2:15 meetings and we are going to be treating everything like it is a game day,” Plein said. “We are going to have a pre-game meal and we are going to take the scrimmage serious and focus on our jobs.”

 9 years ago '04        #6384
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Streeter's Comfort Level Continues to Rise
Mar. 11, 2010

By: Rudy Rodriguez-Chomat





Tommy Streeter.
CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- When wide receiver Tommy Streeter got an opportunity last year, he took advantage of it, such as when he caught the 50-yard pass in the Champs Sports Bowl against Wisconsin last December.

Streeter showed the blazing speed he has when he flew by a corner that was playing off of him, turned him around and was five yards past him when he caught the ball. It even surprised himself. It taught him one thing.

Trust himself and his speed.

“I always had confidence in myself. I was always just waiting on the opportunity. A lot of times, it’s hard to explain. I didn’t know I was that fast. A lot of times I rewind the play and see myself running by the DB. It basically let me know to trust my speed and I can go get the ball and just trust my speed,” Streeter said,

Streeter’s speed is one thing people don’t really notice because the 6-foot-5 receiver has such a long stride it just looks like he’s gliding across the field. Sometimes, it may look effortless simply because of the ease in which he does it, but it doesn’t mean Streeter is working hard to gain more opportunities.

This Spring will go a long way to determining Streeter’s fate in 2010, starting with tonight’s scrimmage which is open to the public at Lockhart Stadium.

“I think I’ve been doing good so far, but there’s always room for improvement, just trying to stay consistent. Staying on the right guy when I am blocking, things like that,” Streeter said.

After two years on campus, he naturally feels more comfortable and he can see it when he evaluates himself on film, but he wants to make an impact, not just when he’s catching the ball, but when he’s not catching it as well.

“It’s just like, when you watch the film you can tell that I’m comfortable out there. I am feeling what I am doing, staying on my guy when it comes time to blocking trying to make a play without the ball,” Streeter said.

Of course he is looking forward to tonight’s scrimmage, but for so many reasons beyond just himself. He’s feels this is the time the ‘Canes can give back to their supporters as they are able to interact with the fans prior to the scrimmage, but then also give them a show to excite them for the upcoming season.

But it’s also a time to simply work on fundamentals and getting the simple things down in game situations.

“We’ve been working hard so I feel like (tonight) is a day to have fun to show the fans how we’ve been working and show them how much we care about their support and give them a show, work on the fundamental things. A lot of times in these scrimmages it’s basic plays. So stick to the fundamentals and execute on all cylinders, practicing day in and day out, hopefully we execute in a game like situation (tonight),” Streeter said.

And dropping a ball is not an option for Streeter after last Saturday’s scrimmage which saw numerous receivers drop passes according to reports.
“Yeah, I always like a crowd. I feel like in-game situations are vital like practicing with a crowd. I feel like I can’t drop a ball with a crowd. I feel like I am not just playing for myself, but playing for my team, the people in the stands, my family, things much more greater than me out there,” Streeter said.

Not to mention a chance to get many more opportunities in 2010.

 9 years ago '04        #6385
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DB Nelms Back From Track, Adds Depth
Mar. 11, 2010

By: David Lake





Cory Nelms
CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- Senior cornerback and former walk-on Cory Nelms is back from running track and his presence will add much needed depth to the UM secondary.

Nelms, a track athlete who earned a football scholarship last season with his play on special teams, is one of four scholarship cornerbacks on the UM roster along with DeMarcus Van Dyke, Brandon Harris, and Brandon McGee.

“It feels great,” Nelms said. “I have been waiting to get back out here and get back to having a feel for the game.”

After earning a spot on the special teams coverage units last season, now Nelms is working to earn a spot on the two-deep depth chart on defense.

“As far as I know we all have an equal shot at playing,” Nelms said. “We just have to work hard for the spot. My expectations are to get better and try to help my team. If that means I move up on the depth chart, then so be it. I just have to try and get better so I can contribute to my team and get a National Championship.”

“I came in trying to play defensive back and I have to work my way up. I started off playing special teams and now I have my shot, so I am going to try and take advantage of it.”

According to Miami coach Randy Shannon, Nelms has a legitimate chance to earn a spot in the cornerback rotation next season.

"He has a chance," Shannon said. "It is always the guys on special teams that become your good players. I think that is a big correlation. If you see a guy on special teams do well, they will be able to help your football team."

Last season Nelms was playing cornerback on scout team and he says the experience he gained on scout team and on special teams has given him more confidence this year.

“I am a little bit better mentally,” Nelms said. “It is a year later and you grow and become more of a man and your body grows. I guess I grew a little bit in every way, but I have a lot more growing to do.”

The goal for the defense this spring has been to force more turnovers and Nelms says he has noticed an intensity to the practices as the defense tries to force turnovers.

“It is real intense,” Nelms said. “Everybody is looking for an interception, a strip, or a turnover. We are all working to get the ball away from the offense.

Nelms failed to qualify for the 60 meter hurdles for the NCAA Indoor Meet. He ran a time of 7.85 and finished fifth in the ACC, but to qualify for the NCAA meet he needed a time of 7.83.

“It keeps my speed up,” Nelms said of track. “It kind of correlates because we are out here flying around and as long as you keep your speed at a high level it is good for both sports.”

In 2009, Nelms made seven tackles while playing on special teams.

 9 years ago '05        #6386
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props for the articles

 9 years ago '05        #6387
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heard lamar and storm were k!llin it at the scrimmage...

 03-12-2010, 12:15 AM         #6388
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anyone know what our depth chart is lookin like? Kylan Robinson better not be competing for a starting spot at linebacker. Thats bad news if thats true

 9 years ago '05        #6389
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 JNyiri77 said
anyone know what our depth chart is lookin like? Kylan Robinson better not be competing for a starting spot at linebacker. Thats bad news if thats true
nah depth chart hasnt been released....only speculation right now...but i heard about cmac moving over to the middle


in other personal news...something i learned while out drinking at the grove...apparently me and thearon collier are f!ghting over the same chick :dancingcool:

 9 years ago '04        #6390
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 Deeangoe said
nah depth chart hasnt been released....only speculation right now...but i heard about cmac moving over to the middle


in other personal news...something i learned while out drinking at the grove...apparently me and thearon collier are f!ghting over the same chick :dancingcool:
im just gonna say this...please dont make that n*gga get suspended. we need him. lol.


take one for the team, there are plenty of chicks down there lol

 9 years ago '04        #6391
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Once again, the WRs dropped a lot of passes. Senior Leonard Hankerson had the most disappointing night, according to coach Randy Shannon.
Get this n*gga back with Mark Duper ASAP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 9 years ago '07        #6392
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i seen the beast in storm in the high school all american game

damn this season cant start fast enough

 9 years ago '05        #6393
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 C.R.I.P. said
im just gonna say this...please dont make that n*gga get suspended. we need him. lol.


take one for the team, there are plenty of chicks down there lol


lol nah dude its not that serious, its funny cuz the chick i was hollering at yesterday....who i knew from way back, she just happend to be single now....she was talking bout if i knew thearon collier and im like yeah of course...she was telling me how he was blowing up her spot callin every 5 mins and s**t if he could sleep over her crib that night ... atleast i know me and him have something in common :dancingcool:...thick white snowbunnies :agreement6:

 03-12-2010, 10:44 PM         #6394
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 Cap Peeler said
Get this n*gga back with Mark Duper ASAP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Hankerson has been such a disappointment him and Sam Shield I talked about forever by my boys only for them to flop... For all the great players we had we had such a good string of wideouts and its all but died.

 9 years ago '04        #6395
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 Hurricane Ra said

Hankerson has been such a disappointment him and Sam Shield I talked about forever by my boys only for them to flop... For all the great players we had we had such a good string of wideouts and its all but died.
Hank's just having a rough spring..I think he proved last year he can more than play good football.

 9 years ago '04        #6396
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lamar and storm gonna wreck defenses this year

and dont worry about hank...he already knows if the drops continue streeter's ready to take his p/t:applause:

 9 years ago '05        #6397
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look at this f**got. think he spiderman


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 03-13-2010, 11:00 PM         #6398
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Hank's just having a rough spring..I think he proved last year he can more than play good football.

I just hate to hear about drops esp since it seems lately timely drops have cost us so much more then other teams . Hopefully Hank can keep it up and turn into the future NFL star he should be. And I hope Streeter and AJ continue to grow as well.

 9 years ago '04        #6399
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 Hurricane Ra said

I just hate to hear about drops esp since it seems lately timely drops have cost us so much more then other teams . Hopefully Hank can keep it up and turn into the future NFL star he should be. And I hope Streeter and AJ continue to grow as well.
well good news here is that he's going back to work with him so, he hopefully we will at least see the same Hank from last year.

 9 years ago '04        #6400
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