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Old 06-24-2007, 02:39 PM   #31
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Yeah, and some of our other receivers could use his veteran leadership.
u here everyday when a reciever like holmes or wilson gets interviewed have u noticed they always say "ya ward helped me out alot today and he has really taught me what its like to be a great reciever" can u say ward has heart!?
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Old 06-24-2007, 02:49 PM   #32
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yeah hines is a great guy and i would love to see him be a steeler for the rest of his career
He's on pace to be one.
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Old 06-24-2007, 04:26 PM   #33
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Yeah, and some of our other receivers could use his veteran leadership.
That's very important too, maybe after he retires he could even be our receivers coach
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That's very important too, maybe after he retires he could even be our receivers coach
wow that actually would be crazy sweet ha
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Old 06-24-2007, 04:37 PM   #35
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That's very important too, maybe after he retires he could even be our receivers coach
Sounds like a good deal.
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He may take a pay cut, but I would love to see it worked so he doesn't have to. That guy is worth more than just making great catches and great blocking.
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He may take a pay cut, but I would love to see it worked so he doesn't have to. That guy is worth more than just making great catches and great blocking.
yes ward is worth the whole team ha!
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In addition to being amongh the NFL's elite receivers, Hines provides veteran leadership to the team. I think is something that should always be factored in.

Plus, he's tougher than woodpecker lips!
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In addition to being amongh the NFL's elite receivers, Hines provides veteran leadership to the team. I think is something that should always be factored in.

Plus, he's tougher than woodpecker lips!
He's tougher then just about every Wide-Receiver to date.
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