NFL Draft '07: Pick #50 - Arizona RB Chris Henry

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  1. PAtitansfan53

    PAtitansfan53 Kush & OJ

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    what was he drafted to be a study buddy and walk him to the weight room.

    No he was brought in hear to compete for our starting RB job and he just might do it. If he doesn't they make a nice one 2 combo as long as LW plays as good as he talks either way should be just fine.
  2. KamikaZ

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    The positions are different, and so are the contexts though. Calico was raw coming in here, and got injured very early, probably hindering him from gaining the needed fundamentals to be a good receiver. It's a shame, but under different circumstances, Calico could have been a decent receiver.
  3. i think that he could have been decent at best... he just needed to work on his hands, but henry never had a hole to run through except for like one time and he took in the distance
  4. Vigsted

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    Another one of my issues with him. He won't be able to make those reverse field runs in the NFL, he needs to go vertical a lot quicker.
  5. yea but if he has holes to run through, he can go vertical a lot quicker, two times he had holes and one was a 10 yard gain and the other he took 62 yards for a td, that was in the yahoo vid tho
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