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Sarsippius 09-24-2004 04:00 AM

The curse continues...
 
Was searching for rumors on the McKenzie situation and found this. Apparently the curse of ex-Saints players missing significant time with their new club this year continues. In other news: mysterious rose fragrance reported coming from front office of Saint's headquarters.

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It's possible defensive tackle Grady Jackson will miss a significant amount of time after suffering a dislocated left kneecap, so Green Bay is considering bringing back Larry Smith.
-- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
(source: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/200...5/truth.rumor/ )

-Sars

Danno 09-24-2004 06:55 AM

The curse continues...
 
Comes to camp at a disappointing 380 lbs, then dislocates a kneecap.

I wonder what may have been a contributing factor to that?

Weight, I think I know the answer.

Lets hope Sullivan doesn\'t turn into Grady Jackson. I\'m afraid he may be on that path.

Danno 09-24-2004 07:02 AM

The curse continues...
 
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Apparently the curse of ex-Saints players missing significant time...continues
The current Saints players seem to be cursed just as much though.
Darren Howard
Deuce McAllister
Sedrick Hodge
Jason Craft
Bryan Young

And thats just this year.

Last year was horrid...
Hodge
Stallworth
Conwell
Howard
Whitehead
Carter
T-rex
Bentley
Cie Grant

Maybe its not the \"EX\" part thats the curse anymore.

blackroses 09-24-2004 04:03 PM

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Sully I think it is eating too much gumbo.

saintfan 09-24-2004 04:29 PM

The curse continues...
 
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Comes to camp at a disappointing 380 lbs, then dislocates a kneecap.
The Moonshiners will tell you Grady\'s problems were related to the Saints organization and Haz. What kinda Mickey Mouse organization are they running up there in Green Bay anyway? LMAO

:soleil:


CheramieIII 09-24-2004 04:46 PM

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It\'s that voodoo we do so well.

WhoDat 09-24-2004 05:25 PM

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The Moonshiners will tell you Grady\'s problems were related to the Saints organization and Haz. What kinda Mickey Mouse organization are they running up there in Green Bay anyway? LMAO
HA HA HA HA HA! Riddle me this oh wise one - what\'s better - Grady Jackson, or two first round picks wasted to get his twin? Yeah, they\'re a bunch of Einsteins in our front office.

BrooksMustGo 09-24-2004 05:50 PM

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Riddle me this oh wise one - what\'s better - Grady Jackson, or two first round picks wasted to get his twin?
I\'m going to lean towards Grady simply because we paid him league minimum and didn\'t give up two first rounders to get him. :doh:

:kerry:

saintfan 09-24-2004 09:04 PM

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HA HA HA HA HA! Riddle me this oh wise one - what\'s better - Grady Jackson, or two first round picks wasted to get his twin? Yeah, they\'re a bunch of Einsteins in our front office.
This doesn\'t address the fact that you moonshiners didn\'t think we should get rid of him. Then, after he played a decent game or three here came all the \"I told you so\'s\". You\'re comment fails to address any of this, but then that\'s per the usual.

Why can\'t you simply deal with something head on minus the spin? Riddle me that? LMAO

WhoDat 09-25-2004 05:24 PM

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No one ever said Grady was God\'s gift, but I will say I TOLD YOU SO AGAIN!!! Consider - the Saints keep Grady at league minimum and use their two first rounders to pick Trufant instead of Sully. What changes?? The secondary is improved, you don\'t have to give up two picks and more money than Trufant is gettnig paid to find a guy like McKenzie, and your line play is no worse, as Sullivan certainly hasn\'t played much better that Grady since he got here, now has he? Instead, you wasted two first rounders on Sullivan, overpaid him, and have a hole in your secondary that requires you to part with more picks and money than you would have had to give up to get a young talent who is proving himself game in and game out in Seattle. Yeah, you\'re right, this way is better. :casstet:

But hey, since I\'m such a spin artist, can you please tell me why the Saints are better off this way? (here comes the cancer argument... again....)


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