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    Sasser and Rosenthal To Have Season Ending Surgery

    I think Chamberlain is still out of shape im not completely sure but it might be worth a shot.

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    Sasser and Rosenthal To Have Season Ending Surgery

    someone said they heard ricks was the guy they were contacting? does any one know?
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    Sasser and Rosenthal To Have Season Ending Surgery

    hunter goodwin retired because of an injury that ended his career, i think it was his back

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    Sasser and Rosenthal To Have Season Ending Surgery

    "pudgesoprano" wrote:
    someone said they heard ricks was the guy they were contacting? does any one know?

    Ricks?

    Byron is a big fat guy but maybe he can block and he has worked is this system.
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    Sasser and Rosenthal To Have Season Ending Surgery

    bad for our line, I don't like it. I thought at the beginning of the season, hey if we stay injury free, we are a lock, we are getting more injured every week!!!! arg
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    Sasser and Rosenthal To Have Season Ending Surgery

    I think he's talking about Mikhael Ricks, formerley of the detroit and breifley with the Jets. I think he wouldn't be bad. I think he can catch but I don't know about his blocking. I think he had a pretty good season in '02.
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    Sasser and Rosenthal To Have Season Ending Surgery

    This is terrible news!! Kleinsasser is such a huge part of our offense and the different sets that we run, hwe will really be missed. Although Rosenthal struggled at times last year I thought he played ok for us and from what I saw of Haayer that right tackle position could really become a problem if haayer doesn't get better or Dorsey can't handle it!

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    Sasser and Rosenthal To Have Season Ending Surgery

    Chamberlain would be a good pick-up, he has hands and is (or used to be an effective blocker as well)
    Lindsay is a no-brainer, of course it would be great to have him back given this sorry situation at tackle.
    Not picking up either given their availability would be foolish.

    Really hoping Kleinsasser can play again this year

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