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    Thumbs up 24x7 Article: Inside the Ravens with Aaron Wilson - Notebook: Ravens not pursuing Dolphins' J. Taylor - (5/29)



    We have just posted a new article by Carroll County Times writer Aaron Wilson on the main 24x7 page.

    Inside the Ravens with Aaron Wilson - Notebook: Ravens not pursuing Dolphins' J. Taylor - (5/29)

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    Link to the main 24x7 page-you won't believe how much Ravens info is there!!

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    Re: 24x7 Article: Inside the Ravens with Aaron Wilson - Notebook: Ravens not pursuing Dolphins' J. Taylor - (5/29)

    This story is not nor will not be dead until JT is on another team, or the week 6 deadline comes and goes with no trade.

    "Not that I am aware of," is hardly a denial. They would be foolish not to be interested. The asking price of a first rounder is obviously too high, but when they start entertaining 2nd round or 3rd rounders, I am interested.




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    Re: 24x7 Article: Inside the Ravens with Aaron Wilson - Notebook: Ravens not pursuing Dolphins' J. Taylor - (5/29)

    A *second rounder*??? :doh: :brickwall:

    This story will not be dead as long as people like you are talking about it. Just because it's not dead doesn't mean there's any truth to it.
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