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    Raiders claimed DL Brian Sanford

    Raiders claimed DL Brian Sanford

    Sanford, 26, is a 6-foot-2, 280-pound defensive line

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    Wow... No Marvin Austin?

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    Hey ima act like some of you have acted

    Me(acting as browns fan): WTF! Man *** Lombardi what the *** is his problem. No wonder he was a ****ing stupid *** analyst for NFL network. ****ing incompetent. We just let go a stud. It will come back and hit us like a ton of bricks. Future stud. And he goes to that *** hole.
    Durrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

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    Well let us see what he can contribute.
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    Quote Originally Posted by raiderposting View Post
    Hey ima act like some of you have acted

    Me(acting as browns fan): WTF! Man *** Lombardi what the *** is his problem. No wonder he was a ****ing stupid *** analyst for NFL network. ****ing incompetent. We just let go a stud. It will come back and hit us like a ton of bricks. Future stud. And he goes to that *** hole.
    I don't get the comparison lol. Sounded like us with Stevie Brown though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebirth67 View Post
    Wow... No Marvin Austin?
    Have you seen his highlight film? He couldn't get passed the line of scrimmage, soft very soft.

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    Not enough PT for a write off like that. His rookie season was a wash after a pectoral injury. And last year he was part of a DEEP rotation. This will be his 3rd season. Don't get me wrong, he's no superstar but he would be a beneficial player who could be a lot better if returns to his college form

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    i would guess he has more upside than bass? Idk....

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    Sure, why not. We cut a 4th round pick, that was a QB when Barrett Jones was still available....whatever....
    Boy, this modern day 20th century technology is "golly-gee-willikers"!! Whaaa?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tbrown76 View Post
    i would guess he has more upside than bass? Idk....
    No not at all that is why the Bears picked up Bass as soon as we let him go.
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    I still have no idea why we released bass.... i thought he did very well for a 7th round pick

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raiderx510 View Post
    No not at all that is why the Bears picked up Bass as soon as we let him go.
    Bass was in the Bears backfield so much, Bears coaches thought he was already on the team!! Bass made an impression, I wish him well, he will do good on a team that has a solid middle. thats not us yet, we need DE's that can set the edge, not just pass rush. The run is more important right now, we have LB's that can come off the edge.

    I liked Bass, but I also liked Stevie Brown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 00raider81:26990339
    Quote Originally Posted by Raiderx510 View Post
    No not at all that is why the Bears picked up Bass as soon as we let him go.
    Bass was in the Bears backfield so much, Bears coaches thought he was already on the team!! Bass made an impression, I wish him well, he will do good on a team that has a solid middle. thats not us yet, we need DE's that can set the edge, not just pass rush. The run is more important right now, we have LB's that can come off the edge.

    I liked Bass, but I also liked Stevie Brown.
    I agree this kid should not of been cut. The kid did look good in pre season and would of gave us better depth at the least at this position which we are low on. To waste a draft pick like that is silly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raider_Vet View Post
    I agree this kid should not of been cut. The kid did look good in pre season and would of gave us better depth at the least at this position which we are low on. To waste a draft pick like that is silly.
    we should have at least traded him for nassib

    oh, sorry, raidervet, I thought I was replying to firm
    Last edited by raiderdave; 09-04-2013 at 01:53 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raiderdave View Post
    we should have at least traded him for nassib

    oh, sorry, raidervet, I thought I was replying to firm
    Lmfao You mean nasscrap? What a joke lol.
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