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(ESPN)   Cincinnati Bengals to pluck Aaron Berry   (espn.go.com) divider line 14
    More: Dumbass, Aaron Berry, Bengals, Detroit Lions, Tom Lewand, Nick Fairley, Mikel LeShoure, inactive season, nfl seasons  
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2012-07-23 03:01:33 PM
Sad he's out of the NFC North. He was good for at least one blown coverage a game these last couple of years*. I'm sure 60 Minutes Wallace and Anquan Boldin are happy.

/not that it mattered with Dropsy McStonehands and the 3 Dwarfs playing receiver in Chicago
 
2012-07-23 04:31:25 PM

Jubeebee: Sad he's out of the NFC North. He was good for at least one blown coverage a game these last couple of years*. I'm sure 60 Minutes Wallace and Anquan Boldin are happy.

/not that it mattered with Dropsy McStonehands and the 3 Dwarfs playing receiver in Chicago


Nobody was banding over backwards to catch passes last year, least of all Johnny Knox.
 
2012-07-23 04:32:00 PM

UNC_Samurai: banding


bending, fark I ruined my joke.
 
2012-07-23 04:33:31 PM

Jubeebee: Sad he's out of the NFC North. He was good for at least one blown coverage a game these last couple of years*. I'm sure 60 Minutes Wallace and Anquan Boldin are happy.

/not that it mattered with Dropsy McStonehands and the 3 Dwarfs playing receiver in Chicago


Roy Williams?

Heh, my friends and I would call another former Bears WR Stonehands: Dez White. Remember that guy?

/1st greenlight! Only took 7 years. Pretty uninspired headline, but then Detroit is a pretty uninspiring team.
 
2012-07-23 04:34:59 PM
I doubt the Stripes will look at this guy. It's a new, squeaky-clean Bengals world, dontcha know? At least until the next bust.
 
2012-07-23 04:59:24 PM
At least Ken Stabler only joked that half the Raiders were on work-release back in the early 70's.
 
2012-07-23 05:06:57 PM

El Brujo: Roy Williams?


Yep.

Heh, my friends and I would call another former Bears WR Stonehands: Dez White. Remember that guy?

Vaguely, yes. I don't remember him having a lot of hype when he arrived though. Williams was talking about an 80 catch season, which he would have had if only the NFL followed the 'you touch it, you caught it' rule.
 
2012-07-23 06:29:19 PM
Go on, Detroit, cut your low-hanging fruit.

Wanna know when I'll take you seriously on cracking down on player conduct? When you cut Nick Fairley.
 
2012-07-23 06:49:52 PM
As a Packer fan i am indifferent. One less mediocre DB on your team. So should the Pack pencil in 55 this season against you guys? Although your O could put up better numbers if you have a running game this season.
 
2012-07-23 09:49:47 PM

CognaciousThunk: I doubt the Stripes will look at this guy. It's a new, squeaky-clean Bengals world, dontcha know? At least until the next bust.


Bengals are 3rd on the arrest list over the last 10 years.
Vikings are in the lead I think.

Need more stand-up organizations like the Saints.
 
2012-07-24 05:06:36 AM

IlGreven: Wanna know when I'll take you seriously on cracking down on player conduct? When you cut Nick Fairley.


How DARE you imply that the dirtiest player in college football, who hit players many seconds after the ball, kicked players, and did everything he could inside of the pile to injure his opponents, has turned out to piece of shiat human being who is a walking arrest warrant.

HOW. DARE. YOU.
 
2012-07-24 09:25:46 AM

IlGreven: Go on, Detroit, cut your low-hanging fruit.

Wanna know when I'll take you seriously on cracking down on player conduct? When you cut Nick Fairley.


Unfortunately I have to agree with you. What an embarrassing offseason.
 
2012-07-24 10:06:04 AM
A picture of his cousin taking the phone call:

www.millionaireplayboy.com
 
2012-07-24 10:35:47 AM
The similarities between the NFL and the movie The Longest Yard are becoming more apparent on a daily basis.
 
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