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    Re: Kyle Turley a TE??

    can't wait to see this. how the heck can this guy have the legs and speed for this move???

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    Re: Kyle Turley a TE??

    "TheKnuck" wrote:
    can't wait to see this. how the heck can this guy have the legs and speed for this move???
    Not all TE's can run. They may be considering using him as a blocking TE in goalline sets and on special teams.
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    Re: Kyle Turley a TE??

    They will probably use him how the Pats use Mike Vrabel.

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    Re: Kyle Turley a TE??

    "Odin VAVikefan" wrote:
    What the heck are the Dolphins thinking in terms of team chemistry?!?

    First, they pick up Kelly "Got a Gun and Coke" Campbell, then they sign Marcus "Got a Gun and Assault convictions and Lots of Weed for Sale" Vick, now they're signing Kyle "Short Fuse 'Roider" Turley?
    Don't forget about Dainty "not real bright, hold the ball too long, small handed fumble machine with a devastating knee injury" Culpecker.
    I am a dipshit!!!

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    Re: Kyle Turley a TE??

    turley is my freakin idol the man is crazy lol
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    Re: Kyle Turley a TE??

    CAN SOMEONE MAKE ME A TURLEY SIG?
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    Re: Kyle Turley a TE??

    "thetrenches68OL" wrote:
    CAN SOMEONE MAKE ME A TURLEY SIG?
    Put your request in the 'help' forum after you reach 150 posts (site rule for having others make a sig).

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    Re: Kyle Turley a TE??

    cool thanks im gettig there lol
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    Re: Kyle Turley a TE??

    stop lol-ing at youself

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    Re: Kyle Turley a TE??

    From Pat Kirwan's column at nfl.com.

    KYLE TURLEY


    As long as Kyle Turley has the hands, his smaller frame won't be a problem.

    The Kansas City Chiefs have every reason in the football world to secure Kyle Turley's talent at this point in the offseason. Turley was once a 295-pound offensive tackle that had plenty to say on and off the field. Today, he's a 262-pound guy looking for work, and the Chiefs are on to the possibilities he presents. I say forget asking him to "beef" back up to close to 300 pounds. There are a lot of ways to use the former star in the modern game. Turley can be the blocking tight end opposite Tony Gonzalez, and that produces an extra gap for the running game to exploit. Turley can be the third offensive tackle, and not too many teams have a backup tackle with his credentials. The Chiefs can use some of that "U-71" personnel grouping like Green Bay did when Kevin Barry came in as an extra tackle at the tight-end slot. Short-yardage and goal-line offense is an excellent place to use Turley.

    One of my favorite concepts that has never taken hold in the NFL is situational substitution for offensive linemen. Turley could easily come in with the third and fourth wide receivers on passing downs as the "dime tackle." At 262 pounds, he's plenty big enough to block an outside linebacker or pick up a blitzing safety or corner. Not too many of the third-down pass rushers are going to maul Turley with bulk and power. The NFL game on third downs has turned into a situation of who has the best speed athletes on the field. I say sign Turley, don't ask him to put on any more weight, and expect to use him 20 snaps a game.

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