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Memento

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Reed should seriously consider retirement, and I'm not saying this because he's a Whiner. I'm genuinely concerned about his mental health.
 

oldnotdead

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Magnuson is a backup talent who had problems even doing that. His play was very marginal in 2018 and 2017. You can forgive 2017 as he was a rookie. But he didn't show any second-year improvement. That is why he's been released. Other people's castoffs especially from struggling teams aren't worth even considering.
 
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dieterbrock

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Schefter going with the hyperbole. "one of the game's elite tight ends"
Gimme a break. Dude had 1 great season. "When Healthy" was 5 years ago
I'm sure Kittles is shaking in his boots...
 

Elmgrovegnome

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Magnuson is a backup talent who had problems even doing that. His play was very marginal in 2018 and 2017. You can forgive 2017 as he was a rookie. But he didn't show any second-year improvement. That is why he's been released. Other people's castoffs especially from struggling teams aren't worth even considering.
That being said, he sounds like her be an upgrade for the Rams at Center :)
 

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Weird, reportedly the Raiders tried to trade him.
Can't pass rush
Can't pass physical

 
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LARAMSinFeb.

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Refreshing perspective from Sammy.

“How much money do I need? My family’s taken care of well,” Watkins said. “Do I want I go to a team and lose and get 1,000 yards with a team that’s sorry. Or do I want to come back with one of the best coaches, the best quarterbacks, the best organization, the best team, the best wideout group — arguably — and come try to fight for another championship.”
I often wonder why we don't see much more of this thinking from sports pros. Don't they want to look back on their careers as winners, champs, individual achievements? Wouldn't that in turn pay off monetarily post-career, with ads, endorsements, opportunities from greater notoriety, etc.?

I'm also thinking, why didn't SW have that attitude with us?
 
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