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Old 03-27-2006, 02:10 PM   #1
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Default Steelers resign Qincy Morgan

Wooohoo !!

http://news.steelers.com/article/63424/
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Old 03-27-2006, 02:22 PM   #2
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Default Re: Steelers resign Qincy Morgan

Great News!

Quincy will definately help with ST, and maybe he'll learn how to hang onto the ball a little better. That'd definately help the passing game. Hopefully either him or Nate Washington will show something this year.

I wonder what this means with Nua though. I didn't know he was a Free Agent. I wonder if he's gonna come into the DE rotation, or whether he'll replace Kiesel on ST. Rodney Bailey is probably a little too big and slow for ST, but Nua is 5 pounds lighter than Kiesel. I remember the 49ers were looking to sign him from our PS, so I wonder whether he's doing better than everyone realizes.
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Good Move front office!
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That's good news. The planets are starting to align again and all the pieces are starting to come together. Miami or bust!!!
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I am very happy they signed Morgan, was wondering when it was gonan happen !!
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Good to hear.
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I'm glad Quincy is coming back.
He's definately an asset and I think he will grow and be a much more productive player.
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If he learns how to catch the ball a little better, I see no reason why he couldn't give Cedrick Wilson a fight for his spot in the WR core. To be honest, I would rather see Wilson in the third slot. With his speed and quickness, I think he would be more effective (much like when El was in the third slot) that he is now. Quincy Morgan runs solid routes for the most part and he has the height compared to Ward, Wilson and Mays. Now, he just needs to work on catching the ball more consistantly.

It's a possibility and something to think about I guess?
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definately agreed. I think Wilson would prolly be better suited for the slot ... but i think maybe between Wilson, Morgan, Washington .. they cna be interchanged and with Wize coming uop with new stuff allthe time.. prolly will see them play diff roles.
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If he learns how to catch the ball a little better, I see no reason why he couldn't give Cedrick Wilson a fight for his spot in the WR core. To be honest, I would rather see Wilson in the third slot. With his speed and quickness, I think he would be more effective (much like when El was in the third slot) that he is now. Quincy Morgan runs solid routes for the most part and he has the height compared to Ward, Wilson and Mays. Now, he just needs to work on catching the ball more consistantly.

It's a possibility and something to think about I guess?

I agree 100%! I'm very glad he re-signed.
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