Wootton Signs With Minny......................

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  1. Jimmors

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    In related news, Favre is coming out of retirement to QB the Vikings, now that Wootton is on the same team.
     
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    On 670 the score they were saying we didnt sign wootton back was because his agent is the same as Melton's. I guess him and Emery dont see eye to eye
     
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    I will miss Wooten. Not because he was great or a difference maker.

    But because he ended Brett Favre's career
     
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    Thanks, caught a bigger one the day before but it was too foggy for the judge boats to find us. :(
     
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    :23_28_100[1]: I want to know more! Love fish stories, have a muskie tale of my own: Post in the non-football forum *if you want to talk muskellunge that is* fishing.gif
     
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    No, the sky isn't falling, but it wasn't the smartest move to let your most consistent DL walk to a division rival without even giving him the chance to come back and play for us.
     
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    I don't understand either of the two assertions you make here.

    1)You say he was our "most consistent" DL - does that mean most consistent DL that was healthy last year or does that mean he was our most consistent still "on our team" right before signing somewhere else or does that really mean you think he was the most consistent DL player we've had recently? Because I'd disagree with at least two of those possible assertions and I think you must just be looking at the options we have at the moment and projecting his abilities just a wee bit.

    2)Not giving him a chance to come back? How does anyone know what discussions were had or not had? How do we know that there wasn't an offer? How do we know anything that goes on behind closed doors? Your assumption is a possibility, but it implies you think the worst of our front office by default instead of understanding that the business aspect of the game means change each and every year and hoping the cards are dealt in the right combination for the Bears.
     
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    I live in the "Northwoods" and have been a tournament fisherman and guide for the last 30 years. Before that I produced and co-hosted sports talk shows in The NYC / Philly area. I fish all sorts of tournaments but my favorite ones are Musky Tournaments. Of those I prefer the "Musky Hunt" on the Chippewa Flowage in Hayward, Wi. It is a invitational, limited to 200 of the best "Musky Sticks" from all over the U.S. This particular fish was from one of those tournaments. It was so foggy the day before that I could barely see my partner in the front of my boat. I was throwing a 11" Terminator top water at 6:30 AM. We were able to net the beast (larger than the one in the pic) but no judge boat could find us in the fog so I had to release it
    un-registered. Funny thing was that we came back the next day, to the same spot at the same time of day and I caught this one using the same bait. This time there was less fog and I was able to register then release this one. Sometimes things simply work out and as it turned out, either fish would have placed 3rd. That's the rest of the story and I hope you enjoyed it. Strange things happen on the waters of the "Big Chip".
    ;)
     
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    ^^^^^^^^
    THIS !
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