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  • Something interesting for Miami

    Here is a trade offer for Miami..

    Gordon and a conditional 3rd rounder for Olikawadje. HUMMMMM

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    Not good for us. We lose an mediocre yet experienced running back and have to deal with another player's outrageous contract demands. Me no likey.

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    • #3
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      I heard through my friend the dolphins fan that mercury morris is out on parole and in solid shape. I wonder if he will be on the field when we play the dolphins in october.

      ramming speed to all

      general counsel

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        Re: Something interesting for Miami

        DOn't you mean Sammy Morris :-)

        And yes I have heard that Miami is considering him


        Originally posted by general counsel
        I heard through my friend the dolphins fan that mercury morris is out on parole and in solid shape. I wonder if he will be on the field when we play the dolphins in october.

        ramming speed to all

        general counsel

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        • #5
          Re: Something interesting for Miami

          I think they also considered cecil the diesel, but i believe he is still in the slam. Jim Kiick is more reliable anyway, especially catching the ball.

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