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    Thanks for those links. I agree that Furstenberg and Gaines are the two I am most excited about. I also think Holley.could develop into a decent 3rd down back for us after a year on the PS.

    And I am really hoping Cheeseborough sticks around so I can get use out of this jersey I just ordered.




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    Quote Originally Posted by BigPlayReceiver View Post
    Ray Holley is a big dude... 0:25 and 1:40

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4lCp9UrWGLo
    looks like he might be on something....just sayin




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    Quote Originally Posted by ursula View Post
    As camp fodder.


    And as we know, that's what almost all of these guys are.
    True, but a few of these guys could stick. There always seem to be a few that do. Off the top of my head, I can see Furstenberg, Gaines, Holley and Holloway end up either on the 53 or the practice squad.




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    If I were a guessing man then I would guess that Furstenburg ends up on the PS if we keep Leach.

    I cant see them keeping 3 TE and 2 FB's especially when Kyle Juszczyk could fill the 3rd TE role. I doubt Furstenburg beats out Dickson. I get the frustration with him but with Boldin gone the Ravens are not going to replace a guy who knows the offense and routes and has some rapport with Joe etc with undrafted rookie. I do believe however he could easily replace Dickson after a year on the PS. If they cut Leach however then obviously I think he has a good shot at the #3 TE spot
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    Vellano got an invitation to the Patriots mini camp.




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    Grant Enders (Towson QB) invited to Mini-Camp

    Robby Toma (ND Receiver) invited to Mini-Camp




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    Quote Originally Posted by BigPlayReceiver View Post
    Ray Holley is a big dude... 0:25 and 1:40

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4lCp9UrWGLo
    5'9" 200lbs. Not a shred of fat on him. He is stacked.

    He is another one I'm pulling for. Tough player. I think he could be kind of a Danny Woodhead type of player. Hope he sticks with the team.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenous1 View Post
    If I were a guessing man then I would guess that Furstenburg ends up on the PS if we keep Leach.

    I cant see them keeping 3 TE and 2 FB's especially when Kyle Juszczyk could fill the 3rd TE role. I doubt Furstenburg beats out Dickson. I get the frustration with him but with Boldin gone the Ravens are not going to replace a guy who knows the offense and routes and has some rapport with Joe etc with undrafted rookie. I do believe however he could easily replace Dickson after a year on the PS. If they cut Leach however then obviously I think he has a good shot at the #3 TE spot
    Certainly possible. KJ could definitely be a FB or TE. I'd like to see Furstenburg make the active roster though as the 3rd TE. Maybe they'll carry essentially 4 TE's this year?
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    Quote Originally Posted by iggyman555 View Post
    looks like he might be on something....just sayin
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    Quote Originally Posted by arnie_uk View Post
    Was ray ray Armstrong drafted i can't remember
    I just checked and he signed with the Rams.

    I didn't realize he had such a bad 40 time...he ran a a 4.69 40 at his pro day where they normally have faster tracks.
    Although Walsh's system of offense can compensate for lack of talent; however, defense is a different story. According to Walsh, talent on defense was essential and could not be compensated for. What did Walsh do in 1981? He acquired physical and talented players on defense.




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    I like Gaines to make the 53.

    Hell he could wind up being our starting LT. Remember Peters was either a 7th rounder or an UDFA after playing TE at Arkansas Yeah, one guy 10 years ago doesn't exactly mean anything, but stranger things have happened.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    Yea, weights and Jesus. BOOM.
    My thoughts exactly.




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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    5'9" 200lbs. Not a shred of fat on him. He is stacked.

    He is another one I'm pulling for. Tough player. I think he could be kind of a Danny Woodhead type of player. Hope he sticks with the team.
    I agree. He could be a nice chess piece.
    A knight, I'm thinking.
    Won't ever look too imposing, but next thing you know, he takes a pivot route and converts a 3rd and 8.
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    Although probably no chance to make it, WR Gerrard Shepard out of Towson will be fun to watch... My yard backs up TU and get to see a lot of games. Good to see a Towson guy get on the field for a bit. Look out for RB Terrance West in a year or two. I wouldn't bet against him making a team.




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    @RavensSalaryCap: That's about as high as they go with bonuses for UDFA.... MT @RavensInsider MD TE Matt Furstenburg getting $10K signing bonus to join Ravens
    They're really banking Furstenburg




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