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    Steelers sign Burress







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    Won't help them much if they don't have a QB to get him the ball.




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    I have always like Burress. He is a big, physical guy. I like the fact that he will playing to prove himself. This could be interesting.




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    Maybe since he and Batch have a little history together they feel he can contribute?
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    Re: Steelers sign Burress

    Take what Moss has done for the 49ers and divide by 10 and you will get the expected production from Burress.
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    Re: Steelers sign Burress

    I don't know why he has been available for so long. Low risk signing, could work out for both parties




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    AB and Cotchery are both out. AB's HAS isnt healing very well. Remember it was a mild ankle sprain at first but now weeks of dragging on and on. SEE JIMMY SMITH. AB's game is cuts and lateral movement, cant do that with HAS, easily reinjured.




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    Re: Steelers sign Burress

    I actually like this signing for them. They need another red zone target outside of Heath Miller. While Burress might be a shell of what he once was, he's certainly still a viable red zone option.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    I don't know why he has been available for so long. Low risk signing, could work out for both parties
    One-trick pony, jump ball/end zone fade guy which is useful for sure but not many teams can afford to carry a #3 or #4 receiver who doesn't play special teams.




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    Re: Steelers sign Burress

    They should have signed Chad Ochopsycho Johnson too to make it interesting.




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    Re: Steelers sign Burress

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    Maybe since he and Batch have a little history together they feel he can contribute?
    Yeah, they were both in the theatre when Lincoln was shot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaydee414 View Post
    Yeah, they were both in the theatre when Lincoln was shot.
    Guess who actually accidentally pulled the trigger?




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    Andrew Brandt just tweeted ....

    Sense that the Steelers-Plaxico contract negotiations sound something like this: "We can only offer you mini...." "Deal!!"
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    Plaxico won't have much of an impact but the guy thinks he can still bring the productivity of a 25 year old stud to the field. Doubt it. Nothing more than a depth move in my humble opinion. Todd Haley's offense is quite complex altlhough I read they've simplified it a little recently. I would also be a little surprised if Burress was starting too.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Complex View Post
    A 6'5" tall wide receiver is perfect for dinking and dunking on the opponent's 10 yard line. Additionally, Ben R is one of the best improvisers, I would trust him to get any receiver the ball under any circumstances. And, they have nothing to lose. Half the team is out.
    Only problem there is Ben is officially out.
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