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    Hey, any surprises !!!

    I think Zimmerman was a surprise, also Bush (but martz says he may be back).

    Wynn was a bust. Wheeler, I thought might have made it
    St Paul, after all the early hype, disapointing as was Blevins and Gideon

    Keeping the Rams Nation Talking

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    I certainly hope Bush is back, he sounded like a pretty solid prospect in the secondary (not the White House) ;)


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      I know he has had a knock of being scared to take a hit, but we already have that RB in SJ39

      He has exceptional speed to go along with exceptional hands and could thrive I think in McD's offense.

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