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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Originally Posted by CharityMike His road has not gotten any shorter. His reluctance to play on special teams will be his downfall. He won't make the cut this year. Toon just killed Morgans chances of starting but Morgan will make ...

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Old 06-12-2012, 05:45 PM   #11
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His road has not gotten any shorter. His reluctance to play on special teams will be his downfall. He won't make the cut this year. Toon just killed Morgans chances of starting but Morgan will make it because of his ability to return kicks.
AND his speed advantage over both Toon and Arrington.

The Saints need a WR who can stretch the defense, much as Meachem did (at least occasionally); Morgan could fill that bill.
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He'd be a godd #3 WR on most teams in this league. But with Colston, Meachem, Henderson, and Moore ahead of him he just couldn't get the opportunities.

Injuries didn't limit his development, a deep roster of quality WR's in front of him did.
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Originally Posted by Danno View Post
He'd be a godd #3 WR on most teams in this league. But with Colston, Meachem, Henderson, and Moore ahead of him he just couldn't get the opportunities.

Injuries didn't limit his development, a deep roster of quality WR's in front of him did.
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He'd be a godd #3 WR on most teams in this league. But with Colston, Meachem, Henderson, and Moore ahead of him he just couldn't get the opportunities.

Injuries didn't limit his development, a deep roster of quality WR's in front of him did.
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My mind wanders to those busted routes in San Francisco.

He left a hell of a game on the field at Candlestick... Unrealized.

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