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    is Heap still out there? Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm




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    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    Shockey is a locker room cancer?

    Since when? He's a fiery player sure, but when has he caused locker room turmoil?
    http://dailyphiladelphian.com/2012/0...uld-do-better/

    http://www.bigblueview.com/2012/2/13...rget-that-idea

    http://www.csnchicago.com/blog/bears...4&feedID=10330

    And plenty more information out there. Shockey was a diva who screamed at Eli in the huddle during his first few years, publicly bitched out Tom Coughlin, and just was generally an awful teammate in New York.

    He may have dialed back his act a little bit the past few years, but that's probably also because he's rarely healthy and rarely good enough to merit being paid attention to even when is healthy.

    Philadelphia looked/is looking into him and all the Philly beat writers are very, very skeptical (I'm not saying the opinion of beat writers is worth anything special, but there you have it.) I just don't think Shockey is a fit for this locker (or most locker rooms.)




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    Re: Pitta Breaks Hand

    I said, don't rule it out, didn't say it was a lock or anything like that, just a possibility. It's not like players with alleged locker room issues never come to Baltimore anyway.




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    Quote Originally Posted by arnie_uk View Post
    If he is only out camp, preseason it could be a bit of a blessing in a way.

    Pitta and Joe have great chemistry, him and ed isnt quite there, so ed seeing more snaps can only be good.

    Im an optimist not as pessimist as you can tell
    I like the way you think. Thats definitely a positive thatll be forced.

    Injuries happen, pitta will be back and it wont take long for him to get back into the swing of things. Only bad thing is that makes it less likely for him to supplant dickson as the #1 te. Hell be behind the eightball a little and once the season starts it seems harder to make those changes, see last year for instance. The possibility of running more 3 wr sets could be nice too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny8444 View Post
    Really only when we played teams like Pitt and cin. Vs other teams we had some 2 te sets but it was only part of the game.
    That's about what I was thinking. Like I said, if this emergence of our 3rd WR comes about like it might be, it may not be a huge blow to us yet.




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    Also don't rule out bringing back Kris Wilson who was with the team all of last year and can play some ST's.




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    Maybe Cam might actually start using some 3 or 4 wr sets now? Huge blow though Pitta catches anything in a 5mile radius and him and Joe are always money.




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    I'd kick the tires on Shockey. What could it hurt?
    I don't think they bring in Shockey. Given his tenure in the league, if they have him on the roster week 1, I believe they have to pay him the entire year even if they cut him. Unless Pitta is going to be out for more than what it appears, they could save the cap space and make do for a week or two.




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    Re: Pitta Breaks Hand

    Quote Originally Posted by perryw9202 View Post
    I don't think they bring in Shockey. Given his tenure in the league, if they have him on the roster week 1, I believe they have to pay him the entire year even if they cut him. Unless Pitta is going to be out for more than what it appears, they could save the cap space and make do for a week or two.
    Unless they word it in the contract to not have to do such.

    I wouldn't rule out them bringing in Shockey especially if they don't think Pitta will be back by week 1.
    "What would you give for the man beside you?"




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    Quote Originally Posted by Jsmoove View Post
    Maybe Cam might actually start using some 3 or 4 wr sets now? Huge blow though Pitta catches anything in a 5mile radius and him and Joe are always money.
    Not likely. If we have injuries, I'd prefer them to be on offense. We know what we have there and we know it isn't going to get any better as long as Cam is calling his play not to lose bullshit. This team will sink or swim on its defense. Who cares aout the offense as long as Coward Cameron is running it?




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    Hope it is only for a 6-8 weeks. Bones in the hand can be tricky. I broke my navicular bone (the bone in your hand closest to the point between your thumb and forefinger) in college many years ago. It is also the bone most people break when they are trying to break their fall on an athletic field. In a cast for six weeks and then at least another month or so of regaining strength. But I suspect the Ravens training staff is more advanced then the one I dealt with 30 years ago.




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    Re: Pitta Breaks Hand

    Harbaugh expects Pitta to be ready by Week 1.




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    Time for Dickson to step up his game. Way too much athleticism to not make an impact.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Lime in the Coconut
    Also don't rule out bringing back Kris Wilson who was with the team all of last year and can play some ST's.
    This is the most likely scenario IMO. Frankly, he should be there now anyway. He's better than any of the other tight ends fighting for the third spot.
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