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Tuesday, May 01, 2007

On Manny Wright, Marcus Vick cuts and more

Just had a sit-down with Dolphins GM Randy Mueller. Very interesting stuff, but first the news:

Receiver Marcus Vick and defensive tackle Manny Wright have been cut.

Bye-bye Nick's kids.

Wright was a project from the beginning and after crying as a rookie and being AWOL last season, he took a called third strike with the Dolphins this offseason when he reported to the conditioning program sloppily out of shape.

At the minicamp two weeks ago -- three weeks into the team's offseason conditioning program -- Wright had managed to get DOWN to 345 pounds. His assigned weight is 330.

For Vick, the fact he is one of the slowest and least experienced receivers on the team made for a bad combination. The Dolphins can deal with inexperience, but they have no patience for a lack of speed anymore.

"I want to gasp when that ball is tossed to an Ahman Green," Mueller told me. "I want that feeling. We had that in Seattle for a while. When Deuce [McAllister] was young in New Orleans, we had that. It’s the feeling that your guy might go at any time. He might not, but he might. We need to get more of those guys on offense.

"Hopefully we'll get that feeling with Lorenzo [Booker] and Ted [Ginn Jr.].”

Mueller told me the Dolphins have one, maybe two more pieces of the puzzle to add during the remainder of free agency: READ OFFENSIVE LINE HERE.

Of course, Trent Green will happen eventually. It must be mentioned that Green knows the Miami offense even though he's never played a down for the Dolphins. The offense has been handed down from Don Coryell to Joe Gibbs to others like Dick Vermeil and Cam Cameron.

So time is on Miami's side as it waits for Green to be released, or for KC to realize it has no negotiating power to get a deal done for its price.

As for the turnover the Dolphins have undergone in the three months Mueller has been piloting the ship?

“We think change is good," he told me. "We need to shake it up. It wasn’t working. We’re going to continue to look to improve this team. If it can be done, some way , somehow, we’ll do it.”

By the way, my story in Wednesday's Herald will have more news from the interview.


So what do you think?

71 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Contributed nothing last year. Probably even less this year.

Nothing from nothing leaves nothing.

5:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I guess neither cut is surprising. Cameron has cut all the "problem" children from our roster, and these two certainly qualified. Though I thought vick had kept his nose clean, maybe cam thought he still was worth the risk.

5:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ginn and that DT in the 4th round made them expendable...

Marcus Vick was slated to get a shot at a returner.. and Manny was getting a shot at DT but not with this new guy...

5:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why did they bother contacting Manny to get him to come back if they were just going to cut him. I am not defending him since he showed up at the mini-camp over weight. Vick is no loss.

5:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"The move is an indication of the team cutting ties with players that came in during Nick Saban's tenure..."

Nick's kids..

Armando, you prove your an idiot every day.

How does this show they are cutting ties with Saban's tenure? What about Ronnie Brown? Or Roth? Or Crowder? Or Travis Daniels? On and on..

You have to be one of the stupidest football writers in the profession today.

5:33 PM  
Anonymous Neerav said...

Armando,

Keep up the good work and don't let the fair weather fans bother you ...

I'm excited about the new draft picks, and that we did not get Quinn. Quinn will do his Joey Harrington for a couple years and be gone. Beck looked solid in the few BYU games I caught this past year.

So what did Mueller have to say?

Any word on the DT Walter Thomas?

5:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow. That last poster's comment was kind of unnecessary... anyway:

I understand the cuts I guess I just don't understand making them so early. Especially with Vick. I really wanted to see what he could offer and I think at least the next 2 minicamps if not training camp would offer that opportunity with no real cost to the organization.

5:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree the Dolphins are cutting ties with Saban's projects. Thank God!

5:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Carolina cut Keyshawn, I would like us to pick him up.

6:00 PM  
Blogger THOMAS E. said...

I MEAN, NEITHER ONE OF THEM CONTRIBUTED ANYWAY. BESIDES, WE NEED THE EXTRA JERSEY NUMBERS FOR OUR NEW DOLPHINS.

6:21 PM  
Blogger Jamison said...

It seems to me that Mueller is cutting ties with players that have character issues and stocking up on high-character players. Look at the Beck the Mormon, Teddy Ginn who said "Thank the Lord" more than I've ever heard anyone during a post-draft interview. I think this latest purge is removing some lower character guys that were hanging around b/c of their potential, but losing them is no real loss to the team. It also sends a message to players that the new regime won't tolerate a lack of character on the team. Just my $0.02 worth.

6:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

manny Wright showed up fat, again. The guy is a loser, boo hoo. Vick couldn't hold Ginn's jock as a returner or wr.

6:38 PM  
Anonymous R.Howard said...

I understand why the organization is cutting tides and moving on. It's too much work ahead for the organization. The organization can't and want baby sit grown men, who do not want to properly prepare themselve, to contribute to a winning season. Although, I wish we would have given Manny a little more time to see what he could contribute to the team now that Saban is gone.

Vick is a athlete that needs work and time to develop as a WR; time that the organization doesn't have. We wish Manny and him the best, but the organization must move on to better itself.

6:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey R. Howard, why should Miami give Manny Wright more time ? They gave him a whole season on the roster, then he left in a huff during camp last year because guys like Fred Evans were working hard and earning their spot. So what does he do when the big bad Saban is gone, shows up fat. Come on, what has the guy done to deserve more time ? This isn't pre school, this is the NFL.

-Jim

7:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ginn and Dolphin it! Cam is large and in charge!

7:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

armando, we can play this game but you gonna lose..keep on deleting my comments but if i don't say it someone else will, only a pathetic individual like yourself would behave like you do

7:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Miami simply threw away the 9th pick. Period. There is no excuse for substituting the facts (hey, the really thin guy is hurt and maybe he can't take a hit) for wishful thinking (maybe the Patriots will act like Michigan and the thin guy will do well).
Every year, I hope for the best. Last year, I hoped the father of lies, Saban, was right and Dante would be better than Drew. No chance.
Before that, I hoped Satan, er..Saban.., would do a better job than Wannabe. No chance.
Before that, I hoped Jimmy would be better than Don. No chance.
I simply regret the team was ever sold to Wayne H. Mr. H is a great guy but building a WINNING football team is not the same as selling videos...or selling used cars.
I now hope to relive the glory days...when Dolphin football meant something. When the team had pride and the opponents knew it would be a rough day in the Orange Bowl.
Dolphins under Wayne...purposely mediocre so to promote the movies.
Sick of them all.
Fan base

7:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey anonymous a-hole, post your name if you're going to act like a jerkoff

8:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

funny, an anonmymous jerk asking for someone else to post their name "if you going to act like an a-hole"?

must be armando, again..

8:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

figures the irony would be lost on you, ahole

8:13 PM  
Anonymous Trenton said...

Great stuff. Looking forward to tomorrow's article.

By the way, Armando, what's with the jagoff that keeps ripping this blog and more specifically, you.

You need to stop banging his wife and sister at the same time.

8:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wish you guys were more specific. Was the guy that cursed first referring to the article posted by Fan Base?
And why did he curse? 300,000 words in the English language and all he comes up with is a-hole? Bravo! Barely graduated from Hialea High did you?

8:19 PM  
Anonymous Bill said...

Cheers to ripping Armando!

He is the real jerk-off here..

Or can he jerk-off?

8:31 PM  
Anonymous John Michaels said...

Not surprising. Marcus Vick should've never been signed here, he was a wasted roster spot. I wish Manny would've gotten his act together, but when you show up to mini-camp overweight on what is considered your last chance to make a good impression with the team, Manny getting cut was almost a given.

8:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anyone know why Armando is writing about the Dolphins? I mean, he knows nothing about football...

The Herald must be desperate.

8:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Armando,

I hope I am in the silent majority on this one and I want to say I think you do a very good job. The blog is where you are more opinionated and I appreciate that. If I or anyone else don't agree with your opinions that's fine - it's what the comment section is for. There is no need for any poster to get personal and create some stupid flame war for no reason.
I hope that some one-note jerk who has nothing better in his life than to abuse some sportswriter he doesn't know won't disuade you from frequently posting on your blog and keeping us informed.
I think most people here appreciate your work.

As for Dolphin stuff, I am fine with them passing on Quinn if they don't like him but I do suspect Ginn will have proved to be a reach. Good riddance to Manny and Vick - it sends the right message.
DG

8:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Marcus Vick is slow?!?

News to me, man. The guy looks pretty quick.

8:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good post, Armando. Walter Thomas signed with Saints. Talent is the one common theme. Roth, Brown, other Saban picks stick because they can play. Vick/Manny can't.

9:17 PM  
Blogger Luis said...

Armando,

Any way you can look into doing an article on Cameron's connection to the Ginn family? Based on his explanation to the fans at the draft party, I really get the feeling he used the #9 on Ginn as a favor to the family. I believe Quinn has a higher percentage chance of succeeding in the NFL compared to Beck and Cameron likely would have gone with the safer draft choice (Quinn) had it not been for his connection to the Ginns. After all, Cleveland didn't trade their 2008 1st rounder to pick Beck. Baltimore wasn't poised to take Beck had Cleveland not traded up. They were targeting Quinn. I'm sure these teams put just as much evaluation into Quinn and Beck as Cameron did, and they did what a smart coach is supposed to do...take the player with the greater chance of succeeding. I doubt Cam is THAT MUCH greater at evaluating QB talent than them. He knew Brady was better, just like the other teams, just felt like he owed it to the Ginn family to hook their son up with 'top 10 bucks' and then settle for a slightly inferior qb for less money. Maybe I've got the wrong idea about the family connection here, but I just think it was an interesting choice of words Cam used to address the fans on Saturday.

9:26 PM  
Blogger hulabob said...

O.K. It's showtime, these were great cuts, this should send notice to one Ricky Williams, your services are no longer needed in Miami. Great move Randy and Cam, Randy sent him packing once before, and hope he will do it again, this team doesn't need anymore dead weight like the crying fatass, and the pot smoking free sprit and the child molester.

9:34 PM  
Anonymous NYScott said...

Armando! Anonymous said,"you have to be one of the stupidest football writers in the profession today". Hey anonymous, "stupidest" isn't a word you jackazz! It would be 'most stupid'and I think you would win first prize in that contest. ROFLMAO!

9:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Regular reader and part of the silent majority - good work Armando, please don't be discouraged by the morons and their completely inane drivel.

9:35 PM  
Anonymous NYScott said...

Armando, thank you very much for all you do. I dont always agree with everything you say but that's what is great about this blog. You afford us the opportunity to disagree or agree with your articles. Not many sports writers would want to deal with that so thank you. Please dont listen to the mental midgets that come in here to pick a fight. They are obviously mad about their lot in life and feel it necessary to take it out on you. They are an embarrasment to us all and when I say us I'm talking about the human race.

9:45 PM  
Anonymous j said...

nyscott -- stay in new york, midge!

what about all the slime armando throws around all the time, ehh? ex and former dolphins aren't human? armando is a first-rate jerk, time for him to change.

9:49 PM  
Anonymous Scott said...

I'm very happy about the cuts and the new direction the Dolphins franchise has taken. The only question I have is if they are going to cut Ricky and they are worried about having "character" guys on the team, why did they sign Porter? It seems like they are sending a mixed message. 'If you do bad things you will not play for the Dolphins,,,that is if you're a bad player to begin with. If you're really good you can stay.' So Ricky should be staying right?

9:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

football isn't church choir.
and smoking a jade does not make you a "bad" person...
join the 21st century!

9:56 PM  
Anonymous NYScott said...

j,,,,I have no problem with you disagreeing with Armando. I'm just saying it can be done in an adult manner without all the childish name calling. I'm not saying it was you and I dont feel like checking, but some of the suff that was said was over the line. What does Midge mean and why did you feel it necessary to single me out and call me a name? I will stay in NY because this is where my company sent me. Used to live in Florida. Be happy I'm up here because I'm spreading the good word about the Dolphins to all of these poor hopeless souls who call themselves Jets fans. GO DOLPHINS!

10:00 PM  
Anonymous NYScott said...

anonymous,,,,who said smoking herb makes you a bad person?

10:02 PM  
Anonymous j said...

right on, nyscott, give the new yawkers hell for us..

that said, there is A LOT to disagree with mr. sportswriter, who is also not exactly mr. good behaviour, he has had his distasteful moments or maybe you haven't noticed..

just would love to have merely a competent dolphins writer at the herald.

10:09 PM  
Anonymous NYScott said...

I haven't noticed but fair enough. If you say he's been distasteful than okay. I have only read articles that I thought he was way off on, but that's just my opinion, never thought they were distasteful (allthough I didn't like that he asked Beck if he was better than Quinn) just opinionated.

10:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Awesome..."Armando, you prove your an idiot every day"...dude, learn to use correct grammar when you call someone an idiot. Armando, thanks for the forum...keep up the good work!

10:25 PM  
Blogger bill braskey said...

Armando,
Any chance we will pick up Keyshawn Johnson???

10:35 PM  
Anonymous Hudman said...

HELLO?!?!?! They are ridding the team of the questionable character players and adding the opposite. Pay attention people!!! Step back for a minute and look at the big picture!!!!!

10:58 PM  
Blogger crimsonblack said...

They should have kept Vick and let him compete in training camp for the QB spot. Going into camp we'll have Lemon and Beck (maybe Green later) You need four or five QB in camp for all the throwing that goes on. There was absolutely nothing to lose by giving Vick a shot - he was a decent QB in college. As for wright, he just blew it. Should have been in on weight after being out a year. Just plain Stupid.

11:30 PM  
Anonymous Jed said...

"Saban gambles..."

I wonder, Armando, did Saban reject your boyfriend? You got the worst attitude possible about the guy. Even if Saban did "lie," or change his mind, about the Alabama job in the end, he aint satan. News flash: Saban is and was one of the best coaches in the game. His LSU players were the most selected on day one last week.

Try to check your bad attitude when you write about Saban. Fairness and accuracy in reporting, what you say?

11:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

to the poster who thinks we're low on QBs, we also have Gibran Hamdin (spelling is atrocious) that's 3 but I'm sure they've a plan to have enough arms to throw passes.

to the poster who said that cleveland and baltimore put as much time into studying quinn and beck as the fins, you are flat wrong. Terry Shea spent almost a month coaching Quinn for all of his predraft workout/combine activities. An entire month! And Beck himself has said that the dolphins spent more time with him than anyone. Now that that's settled, for one minute you should pretend you don't know more about NFL QB development than Cam Cameron. And during that moment, scrape the couch for change that you can later use to buy your Beck jersey. That day is coming and soon.

1:38 AM  
Blogger jonathan said...

@jed: Saban was a very good college coach. He was, at best, a mediocre pro coach. Half the job in college is recruiting. In the NFL recruiting doesn't mean jack if it isn't backed up by a contract with $$$.

While old pork face satan sucked at drafting offense, he did great when picking defense which is more than we can say for the Nicktator.

2:38 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's funny to read all these SHEEP who are still pissed about the Brady Quinn thing. BRADY QUINN is RICK MIRER people. I don't know if Beck is going to be great, but I'm telling you, BRADY QUINN is RICK MIRER!

Upon reflection, most of the so called experts are now publicly saying that this draft may be better than they first thought. AND, this thing about Ginn not being a top ten pick has been blown out of the water with Houston admitting they were going to grab him at #10. Oh and by the way, St. Louis was going to grab him at #13. A 4 spot difference is not a reach.

You should see him and Booker on the highlite videos on UTube. You might change your minds.

As for Wright and Vick, who cares! They are good Arena League prospects. Thats all.

8:14 AM  
Anonymous lacesoutdan said...

If you think Armando is stupid, why do you read every one of his blogs within seconds of them being posted and then complain immediately? I think you sit on the Herald Dolphins page and hit refresh once a minute, praying for a new blog. Then, no matter what he writes you cry like a little girl with a skinned knee.

Armando...keep up the good work.

8:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Okay after a few days of reflection I'm okay with the draft picks. I must admit that I was shocked to hear that Ted Ginn was our #1 selection. But as a Miami Hurricane fan I didn't want to see a Notre Dame guy be the face of the franchise for the next decade.

I would rather lose with Cleo than see Brady Quinn lead the troops. Sure you can call me irrational all you want, but it is what it is and I'm sure I'm not the only one who feels that way.

Now on to my gradual acceptance of Ted Ginn. Remember when Randy Moss first came into the league. He was surrounded by Cris Carter and Jake Reed. And all he had to do was run two routes - a fly pattern and a deep post.

Granted Chris Chambers and Marty Booker aren't in those guys league, but if we can exploit a few mismatches it will allow Ginn to run the two routes he feels comfortable with. That's right a post and fly pattern.

So as long as the Dolphins utilize his strengths we'll be okay. I must say I've taken a sip of the Kool Aid. Anybody else want some?

10:00 AM  
Blogger Armando Salguero said...

Guys, I appreciate you backing me, but don't spend too much time on it. There is one idiot on here named Jimmy/James/Anonymous who has nothing to do in life but read my stuff and constantly and complain.

That is sadly how he gets his kicks, I guess. Of course, I assume he knows, that I'm at Dolphins camp just about every day if he ever wanted to complain face to face.

Oh, but that would require a set he doesn't have.

Anyway, thanks to the backers of the blog. I'll keep the posts coming despite the moron's whining.

10:10 AM  
Anonymous Southcom GI said...

The Dolphins just got rid of two punks. I wish the Heat would do the same and get rid of J-Will.

As for the pussies that keeps ripping Armando: Do us all a favor, homos, and pull your pants up and get out of the shower where all the men named Bubba are using you as their bitch.

Stay strong Mando!

10:18 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Armando!

I don't know who the guy is, but he's got a point about ya!

Have you ever played football? It does not seem so from your opinions. Maybe you should try women's hockey or something..

10:37 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

you guys are funny. Armando is not half bad. i saw the highlights for Ginn again. he is really that good. did anybody notice the lack of productivity from the buckeyes on the championship game once quinn was out? the whole offence was base on that guy. i'm excited, i think is a great pick.

10:43 AM  
Anonymous Jacko said...

I don't mind the charater push but Porter is to me more of an issue that Rickey ever was. Further, sonce Rickey 05, hasn't he been a good team guy.

Anyway I see a trade giving some other team a great back and we would get some bad future pick. Let Rickey start in 07.

10:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Armando, why doesn;t the Herald switch to the system the Sentinel uses where you must enter a legit email address to have the posting priveledge?

10:55 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here's an idea for those anonymous three year old "cry babies"... DON'T READ THE BLOG IF YOU DON'T LIKE HIS (ARMANDO) WRITING STYLE... I'm not defending him, I'm tired of reading your b*#ch sessions... If I wanted to experience all that I would just stay home with the wife...

10:59 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

YOU PEOPLE ARE PATHETIC!!! GET A LIFE!!! GET A JOB!!! DO SOMETHING PRODUCTIVE WITH YOUR LIVES OTHER THAN HARASS ARMANDO WHO IS SIMPLY DOING HIS JOB. IF YOU DON'T LIKE HIS OPINION GET YOUR ASS OFF HIS BLOG. YOU WHINING JACKASSES!!!

11:02 AM  
Anonymous da Mick said...

Armando, have you gotten any feedback/confirmation on Mueller's comment the other day that he knew two teams had Ginn targeted to pick if Miami didn't grab him?

12:28 PM  
Anonymous A-dubb/Andy Watson Jr said...

Aww it hurts a little to see them go because vick was electrifying on offense, and Manny added depth for Defensive line, but they did draft people to fill those positions.

12:50 PM  
Blogger John in Ponte Vedra Beach said...

John in Ponte Vedra Beach
Armando knows that I predicted Ted Ginn would be our first round pick three weeks before the NFL draft. Fact is....if we didn't take him at # 9 in the first round, the Houston Texas would have taken him at # 10. Our draft was above average. Mueller and company had a very good draft plan and followed through on it very well. Ginn will be in the pro bowl in a maximum of three years. Brady Quinn will be a career backup QB.

1:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was more disappointed with the media's coverage of the draft than the selections made by Dolphins' management. Journalism is now opinionism. There were a few writers and reporters who actually were able to objectively report on the Phins' picks. The rest just jumped on the ESPN bandwagon of acting as if the Dolphins management purposely sabotaged the draft. We all want victories now, including the media. Zero games have been played in the 07, 08, 09 and beyond seasons which this draft will affect. So, why all the negative reporting on the picks the team made? Was the media misled into thinking we would take BQ? Isn't a poker face part of draft day? Do you want a GM who isn't crafty? Don't you think the GM would have traded down to get Ginn if there was an opportunity to do so? The media responds to the picks as if Dolphins' management are complete idiots and they use that angle to sell stories and push an idea which they are only projecting. I am not angry about the way Cam and the GM have handled things and for those of you who think you have inside information about Quinn and Ginn and Beck and anyone else who was drafted, think about how little in life, your life, you can control, now put that in football terms and realize it is all a crap-shoot. Yes, some rolls of the die have better odds, but by whose terms and from what perspective are they looking at those odds? Some teams draft better than others and some get luckier. I remember many people claiming Ryan Leaf was a better pick than Peyton Manning and the information they had may have been viable. Then, there were a bunch of people who claimed Ryan was not better, but he would have an equal or similar career as Petyon. I don't know of many people who thought Leaf would be a complete bust. So, all this hype about the current management ruining the future of the Dolphins, first, should not be reported, because the future is only prospective news, and second, because opinionism is only good if you're right, and you just don't know that yet, do you? For the fans, hell, think whatever you want, but at least know that Coach and GM did have a plan and it wasn't dependent upon how much the Media played-up the Golden Boy, it was based on what they felt was best for our team. jeff j.

3:28 PM  
Anonymous patrick said...

Guys, go make your comments in the sentinel... I prefer to read intelligent comments from people who might have a clue about football, writing, the Dolphins and most of all how to make a point without being an idiot. Please use a different forum to show your stupidity. I don't have time for it and I enjoy this blog. If you don't have something intelligent to say, say nothing at all.

3:39 PM  
Blogger Armando Salguero said...

Answer to a couple of questions:

1. The Dolphins are NOT interested in Keyshawn.

2. Mueller told me he heard teams behind him were interested in Ginn but did not have actual evidence of that. All that is conjecture. The NFL Network reported the Texans would take Ginn at No. 10 if Miami went another direction.

4:01 PM  
Anonymous finndolphan said...

i understand the issue of "character" whaen dealing with the players on your roster,but i just get the feeling now that the players getting signed and drafted by the "new regime" are being graded according to their religous convictions and not their talent,anyone else feel the same way?

6:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why would Cameron want to keep Coach Quitter's long-term projects around? They're both useless wastes of roster space, they'll never amount to squat in the NFL.

I'd also prefer to say goodbye to Ricky Williams for good. His golden season was five years and two coaches ago, he brings too much drama and uncertainty. Let him become some other coach's problem.

8:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

housecleaning again, faggot armando?

it ain't gonna stop

8:47 PM  
Anonymous Terry said...

You need to stop and get a life you loser...This is a blog for fans of the dolphins not your personal vendetta site...This is Armando's blog and he is paid to provide it...you are not part of this blog and your comments should be blocked as they don't pertain to the content of this blog...go away you jealous little weasle...just shut up and stop wasting our time...there are minors who read these blogs and shouldn't be exposed to your rants and profane words...

9:29 PM  
Anonymous Terry said...

What difference does it make if the team has players of religous conviction? They drafted a mormon and a baptist with the first two picks so what? They won't play as well as cry babies or rappers or what? What is it you are really getting at with your question about drafting religous players?

9:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I suppose good riddance to Vick and Wright are in order. It was just a matter of time. But please, no more shoving Trent Green down our throats. Am I the only person who watched an old man pretend to play QB for KC in the playoffs last season? The tank is on E. Let him come to Miami, as another snowbird retiree.

7:55 AM  
Anonymous josh said...

I think marcus vick is pretty good at quaterback just because he lacks some height does not mean anything. he can learn it takes some time for things to develope just like with kurt warner he was picked late in the draft and and he became a superstar. marcus vick is better for them just give it some time things will come around try if you don't belive me try. i've done research on him for the past year if any thing goes wrong email me at lilwaynelloyd@yahoo.com GIVE HIM ONE CHANCE START HIM ONE SEASON THINGS WILL WORK OUT PLEASE BELIVE ME PLEASE GIVE HIM ONE CHANCE IF HE LOVE FOOTBALL BAD ANUFF HE WILL DO BETTER AND HE DOES LOVE FOOTBALL GIVE HIM ONE CHANCE I'M BEGGING YOU YOU WILL HAVE A WINNING SEASON MEBEY THE SUPER BOWL GIVE IT A CHANCE YOU HAVE NOTHING TO LOSE YOU TRIED EVERY THING ESLE PLEASE LISTEN TO ME BELIVE ME BELIVE AND GREAT THINGS WILL COME

7:36 PM  

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