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    Raw Deal

    Jason White is getting a raw deal...no way that you can tell me that he can't even be a third-stringer for some team...heck, even Spergon Wynn was a third-stringer and started a few games for us back in 2001.

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    Re: Raw Deal

    I hear you Cajun, don't we need a little competition for Hill here?
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    Re: Raw Deal

    Yeah you would think White would catch on somewhere.
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    Re: Raw Deal

    Its not that Jason White is not a good quarter back. Its the amount of knee operations he has had. As far as I know, the count is up to 5 operations on his knees. No team wants the risk of having his go down after one hit.

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    "michaelmazid" wrote:
    Its not that Jason White is not a good quarter back. Its the amount of knee operations he has had. As far as I know, the count is up to 5 operations on his knees. No team wants the risk of having his go down after one hit.
    They risk that with ANY QB...besides, if he is a third-stringer, how much action is he gonna see anyway!
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    and hey if he isnt asking too much it isnt a big risk really.. the dude won the heisman.. id love to have him as a backup and maybe groom him into a starter for the future.. the future doesnt look too bright with brad and sean.. it wouldnt be a bad idea to bring him in for cheap if he would take it

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    "Vikez4Lyfe" wrote:
    and hey if he isnt asking too much it isnt a big risk really.. the dude won the heisman.. id love to have him as a backup and maybe groom him into a starter for the future.. the future doesnt look too bright with brad and sean.. it wouldnt be a bad idea to bring him in for cheap if he would take it
    The future is gonna be about 8 or 10 years from now. Daunte hasn't even hit his peek yet and when he gets old, he can just stay in the pocket like Warren Moon did till he was about 40 years old.
    I don't see him slowing down or getting hurt.

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