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    Streeter working out with and learning from Ray



    Man, Streeter could be the steal of the entire draft with Ray
    coaching him up - really fast. Turns out Ray called fellow
    Hurricane and invited him to work out with him and Streeter
    jumped at the chance.

    I think he's even staying with Ray. Not sure but he says Ray
    has a sign in his house that says "PAIN IS A GIFT FROM GOD."

    Ray has been stressing training and pushing your body to the
    limit. HARBs liked what he saw in Mini Camp.

    Imagine Torrey and Streeter lining up with their 4.4 speed. I can't
    wait.

    With Ray's coaching, it could happen sooner than you think and
    Streeter has a chip on his shoulder to prove all those teams
    were wrong in passing him up.

    Ray also got Suggs and Ngata under his wing and trained them as well.

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    If he can tap into his potential even a little bit, the sky is the limit.
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    Re: Streeter working out with and learning from Ray

    Quote Originally Posted by BleedPurple92 View Post
    If he can tap into his potential even a little bit, the sky is the limit.
    Agreed. Many felt that had he gone back this year to Miami and come out next year he would have been at least a 2nd rounder. It's funny that Stephen Hill had less production and arguably the same (or close to it) measurables and he went in round 2 and Streeter dropped to round 6. Not that Hill can't or won't be good, but I just think it's funny because when you watch the two on tape they aren't THAT far apart in skill set. I think the only thing Hill has over Streeter is leaping ability.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    Agreed. Many felt that had he gone back this year to Miami and come out next year he would have been at least a 2nd rounder. It's funny that Stephen Hill had less production and arguably the same (or close to it) measurables and he went in round 2 and Streeter dropped to round 6. Not that Hill can't or won't be good, but I just think it's funny because when you watch the two on tape they aren't THAT far apart in skill set. I think the only thing Hill has over Streeter is leaping ability.
    as much as i liked Hill, even I didnt think Streeter was that far behind him. Really it was just a gut feeling that i had about Hill, but to get him in the 6th is just ridiculous. im still amazed he fell that far, especially when you consider some teams are just taking chances on project WRs in rounds before that, why not the 6'5 39" vertical with 4.4 speed? His hands are huge so really its just a matter of getting him to focus on the catch, which im hoping our WR coach can do (probably a bit optimistic considering our WR coach).
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    Re: Streeter working out with and learning from Ray

    Those huge hands are a big factor. Remember the Squeeler who caught the ball on
    the side of his helmet on 3rd and 19 as he ran out of bounds on a play that broke
    out back?

    That dude had huge hands. That enabled him to hold the ball vs his helmet like that.

    Streeter has those big hands.

    Does anyone think Ray will be a Ravens coach when he retires?
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    Re: Streeter working out with and learning from Ray

    Ray also helped Michael Phelps get back into training. Phelps said he was burnt
    out after Beijing and considered retirement until he talked with Ray who got him
    back to training.

    Ray really belongs in coaching one day.


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    Now if he had Flacco working out with them, everyone would be happy.




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    Quote Originally Posted by lovefootball View Post
    Now if he had Flacco working out with them, everyone would be happy.
    good point, working out with Ray is good an all, but its not like Streeters problem is hes lacking physical ability. Working with Flacco would be greatly increasing his chances of production.
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    Re: Streeter working out with and learning from Ray

    Quote Originally Posted by AirFlacco View Post
    Ray also helped Michael Phelps get back into training. Phelps said he was burnt
    out after Beijing and considered retirement until he talked with Ray who got him
    back to training.

    Ray really belongs in coaching one day.


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    Agreed. He needs to be coaching in Baltimore.
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    Re: Streeter working out with and learning from Ray

    Quote Originally Posted by JAB1985 View Post
    good point, working out with Ray is good an all, but its not like Streeters problem is hes lacking physical ability. Working with Flacco would be greatly increasing his chances of production.
    Well, Flacco was at the facility and has been there...he just didn't participate in the rookie mini camps because they're not for vets.

    For all we know Flacco was throwing the ball around to Streeter. Considering he's there I'm sure he's met with him and at the very least hung out with him.
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    Re: Streeter working out with and learning from Ray

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    Well, Flacco was at the facility and has been there...he just didn't participate in the rookie mini camps because they're not for vets.

    For all we know Flacco was throwing the ball around to Streeter. Considering he's there I'm sure he's met with him and at the very least hung out with him.
    its still early but wasnt there reports of him inviting Pitta and torrey to live with him, seemed to have translated to the field. hopefully Streeter gets similar treatment from somebody that can teach him the offense.
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    Re: Streeter working out with and learning from Ray

    Quote Originally Posted by JAB1985 View Post
    its still early but wasnt there reports of him inviting Pitta and torrey to live with him, seemed to have translated to the field. hopefully Streeter gets similar treatment from somebody that can teach him the offense.
    I think Joe should invite Dickson, Doss, Torrey, Boldin, Pitta, Streeter, LQ, and Cam to live with him. They can help with Joe's new baby.
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