Cuts/Waives - Thread

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Tennessee, Aug 28, 2006.

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  1. Jwill1919

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    Claude Harriot was pretty good last year, he'd be depth on DLine as would Sam Cowart to the LBs
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  2. Tennessee

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    Giants release S's Quentin Harris and Charlie Peprah

    Browns waive OT Jon Dunn from Va Tech 6'7" 328...
    just noting cause I liked him in college

    Others of note:
    WR Darius Watts, RB Ron Dayne, RB Lee Suggs
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  3. Tennessee

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    reportedly - Rocky Boiman released from Cowboys
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  4. Tennessee

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    also: Cowboys reportedly cut Montavious Stanley ...

    ... Bobo you there?
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  5. Bobo

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    Stanley and Pettiti.....hhhmmm.....

    WR Copper and Green are interesting, even though WR is not a need spot.
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  6. LazyManJackson

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    Chris Liwienski!!!

    Titans...you gotta take huge interest in this player,
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  7. notsolegato

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    so there is like 1 minute left before the deadline and i havent heard anything?? if they had decided who was gone yesterday, why are they waiting until the last minute to announce?
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  8. Hellblitzer

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    I say you bring in Eric Warfield to compete with Hill/Woolfolk. Bring in Gary Walker and Lance Shulters now that thier values have plumited for more Defensive help.
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  9. Vigsted

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    He's our NB, at least in my book
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  10. GLinks

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    Interesting names to me

    Montavious Stanley
    Orien Harris
    Rob Pettiti
    Darius Watts

    I don't really know if any of them are worth it, though.
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