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    Re: Clarence Moore Released



    yeah he should have tried harder to knock it down, but if this ball is thrown properly even champ bailey has no chance........




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    Re: Clarence Moore Released

    Either catch the ball, knock it out of the way or commit offensive pass interference.
    Anything to preserve possession!!
    Rack Fanatic! Hell, even when we were kids playing sandlot ball...when a defender got in front of us and we saw that the pass was short, we jumped up and bear hugged the defender, pinning his arms to his side so he couldn't catch the ball.


    Quote Originally Posted by Ravens0587 View Post
    yeah he should have tried harder to knock it down, but if this ball is thrown properly even champ bailey has no chance........
    However,the ball wasn't thrown properly, therefore he had no chance at it. All he did was jump up behind Bailey. Made a half hearted attempt at that. I agree, the main culprit here was the play call itself, along with McNair not even looking anywhere else....where was Heap? Mason or #89?

    McNair took three steps back and launched the ball in Moores general direction.

    Moore had no balls to start with, and his off season surgery to have a pair attached was obviously a failure.
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    Re: Clarence Moore Released

    The positive is that Moore is still young enough to return to college and choose another profession. I wish Moore the best, but he just does not have it for NFL football. Now, he could always go CFL.

    As for where we go, I am excited that this means more playing time for Demetrius, but could this mean that another WR is coming in to take the 4th slot? (Charles Rogers? Randy Moss? *nah on Moss*)
    It's a new season! It's a new day!




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    Re: Clarence Moore Released

    Hope not to start a conspiracy theory -- but this is so unlike Billick and the coaching staff based on the last couple of years of behavior.

    Wonder if Bisciotti got involved in any way?

    Aaron this is where you can help us out!!




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    Re: Clarence Moore Released

    I can't help but feel a little sorry for the guy. He was supposed to be the next great thing at WR. But then I remember how he played...hope some CFL team takes a look at you Clarence!

    The only issue I have with this move is promoting a LB to take his spot. Granted, we had inactive WRs, but I get the feeling the active spot will be filled by Haley, and not the man who SHOULD be active...Dan Cody!

    As for signing a WR, I'd say we'll either grab Travis LaTenderesse and stash him on the P Sq, or go for a WR recently cut in the 53 man cutdown. Charles Rogers is a remote possibility.
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    Re: Clarence Moore Released

    Quote Originally Posted by TL24x7 View Post
    How long before the Vikings call?
    Or the Browns!

    About time!
    I BLEED RAVEN PURPLE!!!




  7. #22

    Re: Clarence Moore Released

    Wait.....Did Aaron call Clarance Moore "imposing"??????




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