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    Double J Sends Text Message to Ravens Offense



    http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2012/...avens-offense/

    Jarrett Johnson having some fun with his former teammates before the game.

    JJ will always be a Raven.
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    Re: Double J Sends Text Message to Ravens Offense

    Ring of Honour one day?

    Heap is getting in and was here a decade, JJ for 9 years so not a huge difference

    I don't realy know, just throwing it out there




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    Re: Double J Sends Text Message to Ravens Offense

    I always get a little sad when I read Jarrett Johnson articles, I read a great one on the Ravens website the other day that made me shed a tear or two. JJ was always one of my favorites, but we had no choice but to say goodbye to him.

    He will always be a Raven and will retire a Raven, I'm pretty sure Ozzie will make it similar to when Derrick retired. I'm not sure about ROH, but it wouldn't surprise me if JJ ended up working on one winning drive or something when he retires. The saddest thing is, he never won a ring while being here, and probably won't with San Diego...




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    Re: Double J Sends Text Message to Ravens Offense

    Heap is the Ravens all time receiving leader. JJ played a no frills position and much of what he did never hit the stat sheets. I cant see him going into the Ring
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    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    Heap is the Ravens all time receiving leader. JJ played a no frills position and much of what he did never hit the stat sheets. I cant see him going into the Ring
    Yeah id agree. I love jj and he embodies everything it means to be a raven but frankly hes not worthy statistically. Roh is for the best of the best and i just dont think he was special enough as a player to warrant that. That said i wouldnt care if he was, wed just better have room for a lot more players in it if thats the case.
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    Re: Double J Sends Text Message to Ravens Offense

    I loved JJ, but I think Upshaw will turn out to be a very viable replacement. He's already on his way!




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    Re: Double J Sends Text Message to Ravens Offense

    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    Heap is the Ravens all time receiving leader. JJ played a no frills position and much of what he did never hit the stat sheets. I cant see him going into the Ring
    Normally i would agree with this but the organization has set the bar pretty low as far as the ROH goes. And FWIW, JJ (and his lunchbox work ethic) exemplifies what the ravens are all about, a lot more than some of the other guys in the ring (lewis, byner, mccrary). And dont forget that JJ holds the franchise record for consecutive games played. That is a stat that Baltimore really cherishes.




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    Re: Double J Sends Text Message to Ravens Offense

    Quote Originally Posted by Irish Raven View Post
    Ring of Honour one day?
    Nope. No way.

    Now Ring of Honor, maybe...

    (Trust someone from the British Isles to misspell that. Do you folks get paid by the number of superfluous "u"'s you stuff into innocent words? Or are you simply pistoul-whipt by your UK spelchequer?)

    FTR I would put JJ into the RoH on the strength of the time he folded Whines Hard up like tar&piss-colored origami...as the videomaker put it at the end of the clip, it never gets old! But that's just me.




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    Re: Double J Sends Text Message to Ravens Offense

    Quote Originally Posted by lobachevsky View Post
    Nope. No way.

    Now Ring of Honor, maybe...

    (Trust someone from the British Isles to misspell that. Do you folks get paid by the number of superfluous "u"'s you stuff into innocent words? Or are you simply pistoul-whipt by your UK spelchequer?)

    FTR I would put JJ into the RoH on the strength of the time he folded Whines Hard up like tar&piss-colored origami...as the videomaker put it at the end of the clip, it never gets old! But that's just me.
    Well actually we invented the English language (well actually the Romans did when they found Britian, but that's not the point here!)

    I wouldn't call an Irishman part of the British Isles either btw!




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    Re: Double J Sends Text Message to Ravens Offense

    Quote Originally Posted by lobachevsky View Post

    (Trust someone from the British Isles to misspell that.
    Oh dear

    That's it, a permanent ban on exporting Guinness to the USA!
    You don't deserve the good stuff




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    Re: Double J Sends Text Message to Ravens Offense

    Guinness at Ravens game.jpg
    Quote Originally Posted by Irish Raven View Post
    Oh dear

    That's it, a permanent ban on exporting Guinness to the USA!
    You don't deserve the good stuff

    Irish please forgive him. I swear he will never do it again. I agree lobachevsky should never be able to sample the good stuff again for making such a horrible mistake as to insult an Irishman by calling him British, but think of the rest of us. The thought of tailgating without Guinness is too terrible to contemplate.





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    Re: Double J Sends Text Message to Ravens Offense

    Apology accepted




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