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Old 09-05-2010, 01:40 PM   #1
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strato; thought you would like some words re; Junyah!
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Old 09-05-2010, 01:48 PM   #2
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He's green as grass from a technical standpoint, but he's a football player," Johnson said. "He makes mistakes and I hear and read about them, but they don't point out that he does it at 100 mph. He never gives up a play. The thing that sticks out about him is that he makes plays. He has a chance to be real special as a pass rusher, but he plays the run pretty well also when he stays in his lanes. He will be a good special-teams player too. I like to work with guys who hustle and have heart, and I really love to work with guys who have that and have special football skills like what Galette has


This says it all...thanks BI...
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another quote i agree with


The bad news came when projected starting weakside linebacker Jonathan Casillas went down to a foot injury in the season finale against the Titans and will be lost for the season.

Right now, the Saints have to look outside the organization for help at outside linebacker with Jo-Lonn Dunbar probably slotted to get a starting spot in the short term.

Losing a player like Casillas hurts this defense, but losing a player like Vilma for an extended period would really hurt this football team.
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strato; I have read that Arnoux will do well with more reps. He has been hampered by the high ankle sparin during the preseason, but with more reps he should fit nicely next to Vilma and Shanle.

Nothing against Dunbar.
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He's green as grass from a technical standpoint, but he's a football player," Johnson said. "He makes mistakes and I hear and read about them, but they don't point out that he does it at 100 mph. He never gives up a play. The thing that sticks out about him is that he makes plays. He has a chance to be real special as a pass rusher, but he plays the run pretty well also when he stays in his lanes. He will be a good special-teams player too. I like to work with guys who hustle and have heart, and I really love to work with guys who have that and have special football skills like what Galette has


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Yer i like that part too Strato, every player that is on the bubble, or fighting for playing time needs to take a serious leaf out of Junior Galettes book. He is always going flat 100% every play, he is going to make mistakes because hes a rookie and hes still raw, but his passion, effort and his fire show a great "want" to not only play the game, but to be great. This kid will be a star!

If the report about Al woods ( Being Lazy, Not doing any work ) is true, Then i am glad we got rid of him and Junior Stays, Every team needs a flat out football player on their team. Hope Junior gets on the field soon!

"Ryan......INTERCEPTED....going back the other way with Jabari Greer......TOUCHDOWN....KILLER TOUCHDOWN for the saints!!!"
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Yer i like that part too Strato, every player that is on the bubble, or fighting for playing time needs to take a serious leaf out of Junior Galettes book. He is always going flat 100% every play, he is going to make mistakes because hes a rookie and hes still raw, but his passion, effort and his fire show a great "want" to not only play the game, but to be great. This kid will be a star!

If the report about Al woods ( Being Lazy, Not doing any work ) is true, Then i am glad we got rid of him and Junior Stays, Every team needs a flat out football player on their team. Hope Junior gets on the field soon!

Yeah thats the knock on LSU players..LAZY...thats on the coaching..I like how our coaching staff rewards hustle....thats how you build a Dynasty
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They guy plays the game with passion
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