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    Would Robinson be worth it?

    positives
    1) he has potential
    2) might have something to prove
    3 he would be the third or forth option on this time (less pressure)
    4) young
    5) would come in with a better system
    6) really could open the field up with him, Holt and Curtis
    7) Bruce isn't getting any younger
    8) we would have to make some serious decisions with some our young talent
    9) with some good guidance from our vets he might be a real force
    10)money
    11) knows Seattle's system

    negatives
    1) baggage
    2) droppsies
    3) we would have to make some serious decisions with some of our young talent
    4) money
    5) might cause a serious disruption

    any more reasons this might or might be a good thing
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    Re: Would Robinson be worth it?

    NO...................:O
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    Re: Would Robinson be worth it?

    That would be a big mistake IMHO. Besides, we are pretty well set at receiver. So much so that Furrey switched to safety.

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    Re: Would Robinson be worth it?

    Quote Originally Posted by psycho9985
    NO...................:O
    Let me see if I can come up with a translation on Psycho's reply:

    Hummm, seems to mean... "NO". Seriously, I wouldn't take Robinson even if for free.

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    Re: Would Robinson be worth it?

    Can't stay out of trouble and can't catch the ball. No thanks.

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    Re: Would Robinson be worth it?

    ...wait, do you mean Koren Robinson?!

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    Re: Would Robinson be worth it?

    No way. I bet if you polled a group of Seahawk fans, they would say unanimously that the Rams should sign K-rob. The guy is a cancer. We cut Turley loose, no need to replace the tumor with another tumor.
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    Re: Would Robinson be worth it?

    No freakin' way. I had to check my calendar to make sure it wasn't April 1st. :drunk:

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    Re: Would Robinson be worth it?

    Here are a list of robinsons that i would rather have on the rams right now.

    1) jackie robinson
    2) smokey robinson
    3) sugar ray robinson
    4) Truck Robinson


    Koren robinson, at this point, is somewhat like will robinson, he of Lost In Space fame.

    The guy is loaded with talent, but no way is it needed on the rams.

    ramming speed to all

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    Re: Would Robinson be worth it?

    You're trying to seduce us, aren't you, Mr. Robinson.

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    Re: Would Robinson be worth it?

    I Would Rather See Holly Robinson On The Rams,i Cant Believe That Question Was Even Asked.

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    Re: Would Robinson be worth it?

    If we sign Robinson, that will bring the tears of a clown.

    "Danger Will Robinson Danger!"

    After last season, I kinda think that we know Seattle's system already.

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    Re: Would Robinson be worth it?

    I would love to see you guys sign K-Drop...as he is affectionately called on Seahawks.net. I would add to your depth. It would at to you overall strangth at WR (as if you WR corps wasn't already deep enough), and more specifically, it would add to you statistics. The most important stat that a WR can have, DROPS. Your WR's don't drop enough balls, and we all know that is the measure of a good WR, how many catchable passes he lets slip through his fingers...the higher the number, the better the WR. Of course if this were the case, the Seahawks would have had the best WR's in the game the last 3 years straight. I can't even believe that you guys would consider him. He likes ecstast to much. He likes drugs too much. Even if he did come back, he would probably be sitting out a majority of the games. The guy is a nice enough guy to be around (ask Holmgren)...he just has to show up. But he rarely even does that. His concentration on the field is minimal, his route running is alright, but he can't catch a cold. I wouldn't wish him on my worst enemy. But I don't see you guys signing him, you already have too many good recievers.

    To be fair, not all evil robots are killers.

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    Re: Would Robinson be worth it?

    K-Rob or as rawk says, K-Drop is the perfect example of a million dollar talent with a 10 cent brain. What a waste.
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    Re: Would Robinson be worth it?

    Seattle luck would be K-Rob signing with the Rams and catching a game winner at Qwest. :O

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