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  • Carter To Visit Rams

    Sounds pretty serious at this point. Im sure most have heard that Chris Mortenson(pretty reliable source) reports that Carter is to visit the Ram facilities on Wednesday if talks stay positive thru the weekend. Also read on the AP wire that Rick(MONEY)Proehl has been offered a $750000 one year deal. From what I know of R.Money...he isnt the money grubbing,selfish type of guy who would want to jump ship for a few bucks more. Lets face it....3/4 of a Mil to play with the GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH....in a system he knows intimately...already odds on favorites to return to the big show next year....in the twilight of his career....WHERE DO I SIGN?!?! If these things fall into place the RAMS would have THE MOST FORMIDABLE WR CORPS EVER ASSEMBLED...BAR NONE!!!! Just when you think this offense couldnt get any BETTER!!! Simply add the second most prolific WR in NFL HISTORY and stir!!! Now if we could just get some moron to understand that THE BEST PLAYER IN THE GAME needs more than 17 CARRIES in the SUPER BOWL.;)
    "You people point your 'f'in' finger and say theres the bad guy....what that make you....good?" Tony Montana

  • #2
    I agree with you Fargo what a feared WR core, I just hope that Carters ego doesn't get in the way!!!!
    "The breakfast Club":helmet:

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    • #3
      All He Does is Catch Touchdowns...

      It's been said that Carter is close to coming to a contract agreement with the Rams. His leadership is going to be a big boost for the Rams, and he has already shown he can be humble by accepting the third WR position. He would be a great addition, as he has a couple of the best hands in the game, which can't be said for Az Hakim.

      :shield:

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      • #4
        Or maybe Green?

        Carter would be a great addition, but what about Jaquez Green? He is a very fast receiver from Tampa who never was thrown too. He also isn't afraid to go over the middle. We could send him on crossing routes and let Torry and Ike run fades all day. I think Green is better than Hakim, he's also a Punt returner WITHOUT the fumbeling(spelling?) problems. Carter would be good, but I am scared about his ego. Also, maybe we need to get the guy out of Cincy, I think Leonards gone.

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        • #5
          Don't worry...

          Originally posted by rams=nfl1:
          fumbeling(spelling?)
          It's "fumbling." :nerd:

          Originally posted by rams=nfl1:
          Carter would be good, but I am scared about his ego.
          Don't worry about that. He claimed the Rams were the only team he would play third receiver for, and that's showing good enough character for me.

          :shield:

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          • #6
            carter is a bad idea, period. Sure he says he'd be happy at #3, but anybody who actually believes that is smokin' a bit too much.

            Carter is good but come midseason, he'll start whining.

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            • #7
              I know that Carter would come with some baggage,but the rewards could potentially be great.Bruce,Holt,Carter has a nice ring to it and who would defenses cover?Even as I third receiver I think Carter would get plenty of touches and He is a good red-zone receiverI wasnt hot on the Carter idea at first,but Carter as a Ram is starting to sound really good.Plus the positive attitude in the clubhouse has a good effect on new players and Carter may catch on fire as a Ram.
              Last edited by Aries51; -03-02-2002, 06:29 PM.
              ST.LOUIS RAMS:THE MOST FRUSTRATING TEAM IN THE NFL!!!

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              • #8
                And don't forget the injury factor... Bruce and Holt aren't invincible, contrary to popular belief.;)

                :shield:

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                • #9
                  Don't worry, be happy...

                  The Rams are playing it safe and taking their time in signing Carter. He must get the approval of his possible future teammates, as well as coaches, etc., before he signs.

                  Read this to find out more about the situation. Scroll down the page and you'll find other stuff about the Little-Cardinals and Armey-Falcons situations.

                  :shield:

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                  • #10
                    My feelings are mixed on Cris Carter as a Ram.

                    Sure, the idea is intriguing but the guy is a sh*t stirrer. The baggage may be more than the benefits here.

                    I didn't realize Jacquez Green was available. Now THAT would be cool. That guy can turn on the jets!

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                    • #11
                      You're scaring me DJ. We don't need another Carter ego bringing the team down.

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                      • #12
                        DJ, Carter is coming. We might as well give him the benefit of the doubt.

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                        • #13
                          Thanks for pointing out the irony there, Ms. W . . . I had momentarily forgotten about the OTHER Carter with the ego . . . ha!

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                          • #14
                            Remember, Faulk was considered an attitude risk when he came over...

                            I think Carter would be an added threat. I don't think his attitude will carry over. I think that was just soooo much frustration of the way the last couple of years had gone for that team. With the way our RAMS are now, we shouldn't have to worry about that...
                            This space for rent...

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                            • #15
                              Not sure how to feel about Carter. I do like to watch him play, but what kind of attitude he'll bring concerns me.
                              #3 no one remembers.......I have a feeling he could get whiny. We don't need this it could cause problems. Just my opinion.

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