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    Re:Cris Carter calls out Sidney Rice

    At least we can all agree on Rice's "toothpick" body. His "lingering" ankle injury and "lingering" hip injury are the two most sissy injuries I've ever heard of in football.

    Moreover, most injuries are unavoidable, but better athletes tend to be injured less often. I think that these soft injuries suggest that Rice isn't in the tip-top shape that he should be in, and he certainly won't be in top form if he keeps on "resting" during the offseason.

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    Re:Cris Carter calls out Sidney Rice

    V-Unit wrote:
    At least we can all agree on Rice's "toothpick" body. His "lingering" ankle injury and "lingering" hip injury are the two most sissy injuries I've ever heard of in football.

    Moreover, most injuries are unavoidable, but better athletes tend to be injured less often. I think that these soft injuries suggest that Rice isn't in the tip-top shape that he should be in, and he certainly won't be in top form if he keeps on "resting" during the offseason.

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    Re:Cris Carter calls out Sidney Rice

    jargomcfargo wrote:
    V-Unit wrote:
    At least we can all agree on Rice's "toothpick" body. His "lingering" ankle injury and "lingering" hip injury are the two most sissy injuries I've ever heard of in football.

    Moreover, most injuries are unavoidable, but better athletes tend to be injured less often. I think that these soft injuries suggest that Rice isn't in the tip-top shape that he should be in, and he certainly won't be in top form if he keeps on "resting" during the offseason.

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    Maybe the pansie ass training camp Childress holds is responsible!
    Thanks, Marty.

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    Re:Cris Carter calls out Sidney Rice

    Zeus wrote:
    jargomcfargo wrote:
    V-Unit wrote:
    At least we can all agree on Rice's "toothpick" body. His "lingering" ankle injury and "lingering" hip injury are the two most sissy injuries I've ever heard of in football.

    Moreover, most injuries are unavoidable, but better athletes tend to be injured less often. I think that these soft injuries suggest that Rice isn't in the tip-top shape that he should be in, and he certainly won't be in top form if he keeps on "resting" during the offseason.

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    Maybe the pansie ass training camp Childress holds is responsible!
    Thanks, Marty.

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    Just trying to get him to poke his head up!
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    Re:Cris Carter calls out Sidney Rice

    Zeus wrote:
    jargomcfargo wrote:
    V-Unit wrote:
    At least we can all agree on Rice's "toothpick" body. His "lingering" ankle injury and "lingering" hip injury are the two most sissy injuries I've ever heard of in football.

    Moreover, most injuries are unavoidable, but better athletes tend to be injured less often. I think that these soft injuries suggest that Rice isn't in the tip-top shape that he should be in, and he certainly won't be in top form if he keeps on "resting" during the offseason.

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    Maybe the pansie ass training camp Childress holds is responsible!
    Thanks, Marty.

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    Don't ever insult someone like that.. What did he do to deserve that?! :side:

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