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    Just in time to help us break down the hags. And he smart too.


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    Re: Kacyvenski signed

    This is a great story. I actually read the whole thing!

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    Re: Kacyvenski signed

    For the unbelivers out there, here is the link:

    //sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=2612139

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAM-BO View Post
    This is a great story. I actually read the whole thing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by UtterBlitz View Post
    Congrats ...you get a cookie.

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    That story is brutal. If I had that many skeletons in my closet, then I think that I would make up another life story...
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    Re: Kacyvenski signed

    Smart, and a pretty inexpensive way to help special teams and provide depth at LB. This guy can help, for sure. Kudos to Linehan and crew. I don't think I can second guess any of his moves so far this year. I'm impressed with coach Linehan, he seems to see a need and address it immediately. Unlike, well, I won't go there...
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    Re: Kacyvenski signed

    Found this in USA Today, today's edition, regarding Kacyvenski:

    Oct. 3, 2006 - 6:24 p.m. ET

    Rams signed LB Isaiah Kacyvenski.

    Seattle was looking to bring the special teams specialists back to the Seahawks, but he choose St. Louis instead.

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    Re: Kacyvenski signed

    Kaz, as you will soon come to call him, was a special teams stud. I loved the guy for his motor. He never stopped. He brought attitude to Seattle's admittedly poor special teams. He absolutely rocked. He wasn't the best LB, I think he was around 6th or 7th on our depth chart, but he was the special teams captain. Good pick up for you guys. I would have loved to have him back on our team.

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    Thanks for the insight, Rawkhrdr. From what I've been reading, including your post and online articles, Kaz seems to be a player that performs with a big heart and a strong attitude.

    I don't expect for our ST to all of a sudden improve drastically but ... yes, IK will surely help with our coverages! And after a few weeks he will probably become our ST Captain as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rawkhrdr View Post
    Kaz, as you will soon come to call him, was a special teams stud. I loved the guy for his motor. He never stopped. He brought attitude to Seattle's admittedly poor special teams. He absolutely rocked. He wasn't the best LB, I think he was around 6th or 7th on our depth chart, but he was the special teams captain. Good pick up for you guys. I would have loved to have him back on our team.
    rawk, I don't get it.......Kaz was the guy who had to go? There wasn't some rookie camp cling-on that needed to go? Why Kaz?

    But hey, I'm not complaining.....a cast-off of the NFC champs will probably have value to a rebuilding team like us.
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    Re: Kacyvenski signed

    this was a very smart move on the The Rams part.

    With ST stud Paul Smith out and still in hospital, then moved fast and made a great ST pickup.

    Way to go Rams

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    This is the kind of boost our Kick off coverage team needs.

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    Re: Kacyvenski signed

    Very good move. I am too surprised the Seahawks cut him. Now the question is who do we cut to make room, Carpenter was mentioned, I wouldn't protest that, never seen him do much.

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    Re: Kacyvenski signed

    Quote Originally Posted by HUbison View Post
    rawk, I don't get it.......Kaz was the guy who had to go? There wasn't some rookie camp cling-on that needed to go? Why Kaz?

    But hey, I'm not complaining.....a cast-off of the NFC champs will probably have value to a rebuilding team like us.
    Problem was we are banged up almost everywhere but LB, and we have/had exceptional depth there.

    If babs hadn't been hurt it likely would have been a backup safety Celestin, but he ended up playing in Chicago after boulware got hurt.

    We really don't have any placeholders on the team.

    Anyway, about Kaz, you guys got a real quality player. There isn't a lockeroom in the league that isn't better off with him in it. I'm not sure where he'll fit on D (he was 7th on our depth chart), but he's a helluva ST player and he's got the kind of work ethic that rubs off on everyone around him.

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    Re: Kacyvenski signed

    Quote Originally Posted by RamsFan16 View Post
    Could Travis Fisher possibly getting cut? I mean, maybe Sunday was a last chance for Fisher?
    That would be my choice, move Bartell back to CB, but we are very thin as it is at CB.
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