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Discussion in 'Chicago Bears' started by 4dabers, Mar 6, 2014.
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who is she?! :3_11_3:
And you let her walk? Fag
LB, we need starters. Most of what he's been doing lately is signing bodies. Maybe he got too used to that last year and now he's addicted. LOL
Yeah, I hate it when they do that.
Gotsa have a little enthusiasm baby! Otherwise, a picture of ya and some KY is a lot cheaper.;)
Was in the same boat thats why I dumped my ex wife, besides being hot the juice was no longer worth the squeeze
Ok, I had to get with the program. I will be looking for a new avatar. If you look real hard, there is a bear logo in this one.
Didn't want to start another thread but this DE who is supposedly available seems quite good and Oakland has a ton of CAP space. Lamarr Houston
Link II: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1381367-all-22-review-lamarr-houston-is-making-a-name-for-himself
1. LaMarr Houston, DL (Oakland Raiders)
It’s not known why the Raiders, in desperate need of great players all along their roster and with $65 million in cap space, haven’t sewn up one of their few legitimately high-quality homegrown prospects. But Houston said last December that he feels the Raiders are ready to move on without him, a notion that head coach Dennis Allen doesn’t share. At 6-foot-3 and 300 pounds, Houston is amazingly versatile — he can play three-tech tackle, end and even outside linebacker with consistency and effectiveness. Houston bagged a career-high six sacks last season, plus 27 quarterback hurries. And if playing in Oakland has decreased his profile enough that he’s not seen as a near-elite player around the league, someone’s going to get an enormous bargain.