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  • Do we going hunting for another DT???

    So with Kennedy injury do we go looking for another DT, whos out there??? or do we stick with what we have , boy will Howard have to step up!

    steve :ramlogo:
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  • #2
    Re: Do we going hunting for another DT???

    As long as Pickett and Lewis can stay healthy, we stick with what we have. They'll start, and Holsey can provide a good rotation when they need a break. Tyoka Jackson might see some more time at tackle potentially, and then you've got Howard back there. It sounds like we're set.


    • #3
      Re: Do we going hunting for another DT???

      No, this guy will prove worth the trouble eventually.



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