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Pacman no show for offseason program

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by nigel, May 2, 2006.

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    btw what happened to Waddell to be out for 6 months?

    man, already the injuries are setting in. Another long one for Tennessee.
  1. Riverman That may be....

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    I'm betting on a trade if he doesn't tow Fisher's line.
  2. GoTitans3801 Forward Progress!

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    I'm glad Bud is at least including the statement that if he doesn't change he won't be around long. That needs to get through to him.
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    Just bench him. Trading him would only put him back in a starting lineup.
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    i've grown tired of punkman..................life's too short.
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    Where are all the smart guys that were defending Bulluck for missing these "voluntary" workouts?

    :duckrun:
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    C'mon Pacman. I love you for what you can be.. not who you are.

    Damnit boy get the gum out of your ears.
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    I totally agree with every word here
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    Pacman a No-Show at Workouts

    SUMMARY: Pacman Jones has not be present for the team's offseason conditioning program which has not set well with Coach Jeff Fisher. The workouts are not mandatory but players are encouraged to participate. LB Keith Bulluck missed some time earlier last month which also received Fisher's attention. Bulluck has been a regular at Baptist Sports Park lately. "He knows where I stand on this, and this is his choice," Fisher said of Jones. "Keith has excelled and performed on the field at a very high level consistently for a number of years, Pac has not. … I have reason to believe he is working out. Beyond that, I don't know."

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