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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Titanium, Oct 7, 2012.
Sad to hear this. Such a classy guy that gave it all he had.
I wish the best for Ringer but I doubt he's on the team next season.
He reminds me of a third string RB we had back in the day named Mike Archie. Real bright, classy, worked real hard and was never productive in the regular season. At least now we can see if there is anything with Jamie Harper. Javor Ringer should make a good RB coach at the college level should he choose such a career path.
Im all for Ringer going too college, take and Harper with you Javon
Was hoping he could be a Ray Rice type RB for us, and keep his college production going.
But whether it's the coaching staff's fault for stifling him, or his fault for just not being good enough, I don't know.
It's unfortunate for any able RB to sit behind a RB who is playing so terribly, yet won't get benched no matter what.
It seems like JR is always hurt or something, and he never even gets on the field.
I wonder who our next backup RB will be, that we'll let rot on the sidelines for their best years.
he's not good enough, he proved it last year with below average production. Yeah it's cool that he runs hard but when you're not that fast at 5'8 and played an entire season of college ball on a torn meniscus, can't expect too much
apparently you can expect too be payed by the Titans
I hate that he was hurt so badly, but I don't think he had much of a career in the NFL left anyway. There are likely many RB's on practice squads that are easily superior to Ringer. He seems like a smart guy though. He should be able to make a success of himself somehow.
That's a blast from the past...
Archie was fantastic at Penn State, but he was behind Ki-Jana Carter and then Curtis Enis.
Ringer's career is over.