Arnold says Don't be Running Back Gurley Man!

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by sirjesse, Sep 6, 2021.

  1. sirjesse

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    Given he is looking for work, why in the world not bring in Todd Gurley? Maybe he is the second back, maybe he is not. But sure would like someone who can play battering ram if the unthinkable happens.
     
  2. TitansWrath

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    Because I imagine he expects to make more than the peanuts we have available for a #2 back.
     
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  3. Ontario Titan

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    Baltimore have now lost Justice to a torn Achilles, Gurley visited them earlier. He will probably sign there
     
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    What’s with this thread title?
     
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  6. sirjesse

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  7. Ontario Titan

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    Le'veon Bell signed to Ravens Practice Squad
     
  8. Dman5TX

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    Huh?
     
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  9. Ontario Titan

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    Don't be a girlie man

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