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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Originally Posted by saintsfan1976 Ellis in one on one? Now that's a Probowl season in the making. Papz - clever, now I see...always using your brain. Grant for Peppers? I see that some of us still have not sobered up ...

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Old 02-09-2010, 11:00 PM   #21
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Ellis in one on one? Now that's a Probowl season in the making.

Papz - clever, now I see...always using your brain.

Grant for Peppers? I see that some of us still have not sobered up from Sunday. LOL There's no way he stays in Carolina to begin with, so say bye bye to playing him twice a year. And I repeat "he didn't do squat against us anyway.

Reggie will be in New Orleans for a few more years. Don't think so? Then just refer back to what Payton was able to do with Devery Henderson. You know, the guy who now can't drop a pass to save his life...

Reggie will rework his deal and continue to improve. Watch.

We won't have the turnover everyone expects in 2010.

My biggest fear is losing coaches.

Yea losing coaches is my biggest fear as well. Greg Williams in particular. He is going to leave eventually for a head coaching spot, just hope its a bit of the ways down the road after we get our defense in perfect order.
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Old 02-09-2010, 11:01 PM   #22
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This team, IMO, is built to last, from top to bottom. We have the right leaders, in the right positions. I might be jumping a major gun here, but I think this team will be in the upper end of the league for many years to come.
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Old 02-09-2010, 11:03 PM   #23
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This team, IMO, is built to last, from top to bottom. We have the right leaders, in the right positions. I might be jumping a major gun here, but I think this team will be in the upper end of the league for many years to come.
Yep.
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Old 02-10-2010, 12:08 AM   #24
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mount cody. some others im interested in include brandon graham from michigan. the main reason i like him is because of what he was able to do at the senior bowl. those are players who are going to play at the next level and graham completely dominated them. he would make a great addition at LDE.

theres also a few players from penn state i would like to see including LB Sean Lee and DT jared odrick who is 6'5" and 300 lbs
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Old 02-10-2010, 12:18 AM   #25
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I'll trade a young Reggie for an old LT any day of the week and twice on Sunday.
Wow...no way would I do that. First off...I like Reggie. He seems to fit with this bunch of guys...not selfish, doesn't have to be the star...just fits in, IMO.

LdT, (I will never call him LT), on the other hand, seems to be somewhat of a malcontent if things aren't going his way. I don't know whether he would accept just being a piece in the puzzle, and I wouldn't want to take a chance on chemistry in the locker room.

If Reggie is allowed to leave, I would consider getting Dexter McCluster from Ole Miss in the 2nd round if he were available and maybe we could have a new "Deuce" type personality on the roster...local boy...makes sense to me.

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mount cody. some others im interested in include brandon graham from michigan. the main reason i like him is because of what he was able to do at the senior bowl. those are players who are going to play at the next level and graham completely dominated them. he would make a great addition at LDE.

theres also a few players from penn state i would like to see including LB Sean Lee and DT jared odrick who is 6'5" and 300 lbs
Only 6'5", 300 pounds? Kind of small huh?
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Wow...no way would I do that. First off...I like Reggie. He seems to fit with this bunch of guys...not selfish, doesn't have to be the star...just fits in, IMO.

LdT, (I will never call him LT), on the other hand, seems to be somewhat of a malcontent if things aren't going his way. I don't know whether he would accept just being a piece in the puzzle, and I wouldn't want to take a chance on chemistry in the locker room.

If Reggie is allowed to leave, I would consider getting Dexter McCluster from Ole Miss in the 2nd round if he were available and maybe we could have a new "Deuce" type personality on the roster...local boy...makes sense to me.
Yeah, I like the McCluster idea. That guy is dynamic. Although, I think he's a little smaller than Reggie isn't he?
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Cody would die on the field in a Greg Williams defense. I can already see the CNN exclusive, with so called experts asking if Williams pushed him too hard.
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Old 02-10-2010, 12:26 AM   #29
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Yeah, I like the McCluster idea. That guy is dynamic. Although, I think he's a little smaller than Reggie isn't he?
He is small...but that seems to work to his advantage. He gets lost behind the giant lineman...but dude's got some moves. I think he will be similar to Emmitt Smith.
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He is small...but that seems to work to his advantage. He gets lost behind the giant lineman...but dude's got some moves. I think he will be similar to Emmitt Smith.
I can see that. I watched McCluster tear Oklahoma State a new one in the Cotton Bowl. He can lay some wood too. I would take him as a WR too, if available, even if we keep Reggie. Could you imagine him on returns, and as a slot receiver? Man, it wouldn't be fair to the rest of the league.
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