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D4life, i dont see where your optimistic about Ginn comes from. whats with all this talk of "breaks away with a bomb" stuff? he CANT or atleast he HASNT shown that "great speed" much and he cant seem to seperate himself from DBs when they are on him. thats the same type of b.s. optimism people have had about Jason Allen and look at what he's manage to become. a "decent" special teams player... psssh. i always knew we should have drafted Cromartie instead of Allen and in 2007, i was hoping they would have traded down to maybe the 16-20th picks and gotten either Brady Quinn, Aaron Ross or Robert Meachem, all of which would have been betetr picks, i.m.o., than Ginn. personally i didnt have Ginn in any of my mock drafts untill early to mid 2nd round, but thats just me
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lmao at C's comments bout inmate sounding names
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C, Ginn hasnt proved anything except he is scared to catch and run up the field and possibly take a hit, although he surprised us a bit in few games. Ginn has the skill set to be as good a WR as other short recievers such as Steve Smith and Santana Moss, but he hasnt developed. If he doesnt improve on some things such as catch and run, route runnings and seperation, you can kiss ted Ginn and his family goodbye.
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thats good to hear. Green is new to the system and having Allen around for a few more years solidifies our secondary and gives him the oppurtunity to help Green learn the system better and to mentor Smith and Davis. this will also be Jason Allen's last season in Miami, i.m.o., and they might go after another nickle or dime package CB in next year's free agent market. On the next dolphin to re-sign, Fasano is the most likely candidate. Bess wont be going nowhere, as he'll probably re-sign next year, and Brown, if he stays healthy and plays well this upcoming season, should also get a new contract.
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