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Jeff Ireland in his own words -- all of them

So here it is, the entire thing for your reading pleasure. I present to you the entire Jeff Ireland pre-draft press conference.

Before you invest some time on that, kindly check out my column in today's Herald on the topic of what I believe the Dolphins should, and in fact, will do in the draft next Thursday. Tell me if you agree in the comments section.

(Opening Statement) – “First of all, I would like to make an announcement, you guys got the release that we have promoted Brian Gaine to the Director of Player Personnel. I am very pleased about that. Brian has been a guy that has been a great asset to me in Dallas as well here. I think it is appropriate that he gets elevated to help me with the draft obviously. In free agency, he is going to be my right hand man since Bill has left. He has been my right hand man really since I had him in Dallas. I am very pleased with him. He is a strong evaluator and I am glad to have him in the position he is in.”

(On Brian Gaine’s role and strengths) – “Where Brian’s strengths are marrying the free agency to college. He is a guy that in the last year that Bill has left…it hasn’t been a year, but I got out him out on the college side of things. He does some evaluative things. I give him the top 100 list of players to evaluate. He helps marry what is out in free agency to what is out there in the draft and so there is not only my eyes doing the exact same set of things, now there are two sets of eyes doing it, so we will collaborate together in that process.”

(On how Brian Gaine’s duties will change with the promotion) – “They change a little bit for certain. He was pretty much over the pro side of things. I am going to have him really help me supervise both college and pro.”

(On putting together draft board with draft taking place before free agency) –“In preparation with the draft board, it hasn’t changed too much. You still put up the board pretty much the same way I have always put it up. Free agency doesn’t affect how you evaluate these players. It affects your strategy. I think that is the most important thing that it affects your strategy going into the draft. Normally by this time, you have hit some musts or some needs or some things that you needed to put on your team. Now it is kind of wide open. Your musts, your wants and your needs are all there and you just have to supplement it with free agency after the draft.”

(On how concerned he is with running game and if he has to draft a running back) – “Not necessarily. I don’t feel that way that I have to. I am going to go into this draft pretty much the way I always go into it. I don’t want to reach for players, just to fill a roster spot. You have to be smart. Free agency will open up again. I do know that. Brian Gaine has reminded me a thousand times that free agency will open again. I go through the draft the same way, not the same way, but pretty much the same way in the fact that I don’t want to reach for anybody and I want to make sure that I get the right contributing players for this football team.”

(On how dynamics of draft room changes without Bill Parcells) – “Well, Bill brought a sense of awareness to everybody in the room. He had an aura about him. He always made it fun, but everyone knew when it was time to get down to business. That hasn’t changed, but I am not naïve to the fact that I don’t have that aura, but the mechanics have not changed. As a matter of fact, we probably are more focused on just work most of the time, because there are usually some storytelling involved in the draft room with Bill, so it is focused and the mechanics of it really haven’t changed as much.”

(On what kind of position he is in having inventory to make a trade and if he is restricted by the current labor situation) – “We are not allowed to trade players. That’s one thing. That restricts you. We don’t have a second round pick, that’s obvious. So you are a little bit restricted to go up for sure, but I am game for anything. If there is a player that we feel and when we are done strategizing that we feel like we need to go up and get, you always have some ammunition you can use. My phone is there. It can ring anytime to trade up or back. It just has to be the right time and right player.”

(On trading for active players) – “You can’t do that.”

 

(On trading players once the opportunity arises and a Collective Bargaining Agreement is reached) – “I haven’t really thought about past the draft and trading for players and things like that. That’s going to open up too at some point, just hasn’t been an active thought of my thought process leading into the draft because I know I can’t trade players.”

(On whether the lockout puts a greater emphasis on drafting NFL ready prospects) – “I think it does put an emphasis on it. I think you certainly want players that you’re confident with conviction that they can learn and come in right away and not need just a ton of the process to get it moving in the right direction I should say. There is more emphasis on that in my opinion.”

(On the communication he can have with draft picks once they are selected) – “I’m not so sure I can even talk about it to be honest with you, about the rules and everything to be honest with you. I know I can call them. I know I can call them and say congratulations. I don’t think I can call anybody after the last pick of the draft. I think I’m supposed to have no contact after the last pick of the draft.”

(On whether he has a general philosophy on drafting a running back as high as pick number 15) – “Yeah I do have a philosophy about it. I don’t know if I want to tell you my philosophy about it. I think that like most players…everybody says you can find running backs later in the draft. Well, you can find receivers late in the draft, and you can find guards late in the draft, and you can find tight ends late in the draft. It goes for every position in my mind. I think if you look at the top running backs in this league over time, they’re going to be first and second round picks. I do know that.”

(On whether that is the same with quarterbacks) – “Yeah, that study is probably accurate as well.”

(On what the main thing he looks for while evaluating quarterbacks) – “You know, you’re looking for all of it. You’re looking for Peyton Manning. You’re looking for Tom Brady. You’re looking for all those things, obviously. You’re looking for arm strength. You’re looking for accuracy. You’re looking for a quick release. You’re looking for good footwork. You’re looking for intangibles. You’re looking for smarts. You’re looking for mentally tough. You’re looking for all those things, and you just have to go through the process of evaluating that when you’re with the kid, watching through tape, watching tape with the kid. There’s a certain process that you go through, and we felt like we’ve done our due diligence there.”

(On whether an effective running game is more based upon the running back or the offensive line) – “Well it’s a team sport, so I think that good teams have, good running games have the combination of a good offensive line and a good running back. I think you have to have a combination of both.”

(On how thoroughly they have investigated Ryan Mallett and his impressions of Mallett) – “Well I have spent a lot of time with him, not going to deny that. I went there to visit with him. He’s come here to visit with me and to visit with him as well. I feel like we’ve been very thorough in that, in that process, much like we are with every player that we are considering drafting. Sometimes when there’s information out there you want to dispel rumors and get as much information that you can with any player out there, and that’s why we went through the process. He’s a nice young man, very talented kid, got a bright future.”

(On the current quarterback class) – “I think it’s good depth. I like the players that are in this draft. I think there’s good depth there. I think you can find a good player. I don’t have a crystal ball about what kind of players they’re going to be in this league. There’s a lot of things that go into that play, but I think it’s a good depth group. I think there’s, I think there’s starters to be had.”

(On how using seven of eight picks on defense in last year’s draft affects this year’s draft) – “Well I think with last year, to be honest with you, I wasn’t really aware of, until the end that it was seven of eight picks to be honest with you. It wasn’t the strategy that we had that we’re going defense, defense, defense. It’s kind of the way it fell. The draft board fell that way, so this year going into it I’m obviously more aware of what we did last year. The board has to fall the right way. You can’t, you have to either go up, go down, or stay put obviously, but I don’t feel like I have to just go out and get certain, certain positions. I don’t feel that way. Again, free agency is going to open up again. I feel like we’d be an active player in free agency if that was to, when that time comes, so I’m going to try to draft good players that can contribute fast.”

(On if it will be more difficult to get the second round pick that was traded to Denver last year back due to the labor issue) – “I can’t tell you what the mindset of the other teams are; I think that there will be quite a bit of movement though. I think there will be movement, you just never can tell. You are going to get the same answer from most GM’s, you are going to have to see how the board falls, where the movement is. I feel confident where the strengths of the board are, at least our board, and I am going to try to stay in those particular rounds as much as I can because that’s where the strength is, according to our board. It may be different with other places.”

(On if he is uncomfortable going into the draft without a second round pick) – “Yeah, you wish you had it, for sure, but I know I got a great player out of it to. So last year that was the right thing to do and I am glad we got the player, but now I’m ‘dangum I wish we had that second round pick’, but you pay for what you get. We got a great player and I am very proud of that. The great thing about this year is we really have an extra first round pick and an extra fourth round pick, because neither one of those guys have played, (2010 first round pick) Jared (Odrick) and (2010 fifth round pick) A.J. (Edds), so those two picks are really going to impact this year’s draft class more than last year.”

(On if a running back by committee lessens the value of the position compared to years past) – “Lessen the value? No, I don’t think so Omar, I don’t think it lessens the value. I think you have to go after as good a player as you can, because you never know when that player is going to get hurt in this business. I don’t think it lessens the value, I think you after the best players you can possibly get. Right now, we only have two running backs right now on our roster, you don’t know if you are going to get another one and another one at some point, so it doesn’t lessen the value, but no.”

(What are the tangible skills that you look for in a running back, do you separate the position by styles) - “Tangible skills? Well certainly with a running back you got to have instinct. You got to have quickness. You got to have vision. You got to have low center of gravity. You got to be tough; those are, I think those are critical.”

(On if he feels more prepared with the Draft this year compared to years past because there is no free agency) –“Certainly it has allowed us to focus on one thing, and it’s been all hands on deck, it really has, we have used everyone on our coaching staff, every person on our scouting staff. It has been great focus, great evaluative efforts here, so my hats off to my entire coaching staff and everybody in the building for that matter who has helped me focus on it. So yeah, I think you are prepared for it for sure.”

(On where he is in the draft process as a result of the ‘All hands on deck’ approach) – “Yeah, you know we started off like gang busters, we go from eight to eight and eight to nine and we just go real hard and we got ahead of ourselves a little bit so we kind of slowed down a little bit. The great thing is I can give my staff off for Easter, so they got a little bit of a break for Easter and then we go back hard come Monday. So we are right where we need to be, to be honest with you.”

(On how many Mock Drafts they do and if he looks at other peoples mock drafts) – “Yeah I really don’t look at too many of them up until about now. I start looking at a few certain ones that have a little merit to them. We start ‘mocking’ ourselves this week, that’s pretty much ‘the hay’s in the barn’ and now its strategizing and things like that were , trying to do. So we start ‘mocking’ and that just gives me a little bit of a thought process, a little bit of vision of what might happen. I have never ‘mocked’ and been satisfied with it, usually the draft actually leads to better results than the actual mocking does. My scouts, when we ‘mock’, they know my board and sometimes there are players that are not on my board that get drafted and those are the things that you obviously can’t predict, but I do look at them, they are fun to do.”

(On the way the 2011 schedule looks) –“I think there are some tough stretches, obviously, I am happy we are opening up at home on Monday Night, that’s exciting, against the Patriots. That’s extremely exciting. It’s one of the best teams in the league, your opening on Monday Night, you’re at home, we have something to prove at home, so I am very excited about that, and that’s all I have really looked at is game number one. But I think the schedule is good, we play on Thanksgiving it kind of a little bit of a homecoming for me, and I thought the schedule worked out nicely for us.”

(On if there are many stretch the field running backs in the draft) – “However we find it, we need to try and find it. I don’t know that we will and the answer could be on our team right now because we have some guys that didn’t play. So I am not sure. There are a handful of guys there that can run, now how they fall and whether, now there is no science to this thing, so whether or not it’s there or free agency or any of those things.”

(On how he feels about the 15th overall selection)

“The number itself or the pick itself (laughing).  I mean the pick is great.  I’ve always joked around with this but regardless of where you are picking in the draft, in my opinion, you usually are two players short of what you would need to get that pick.  And so, in other words, you never have 15 players that you’d love to have at 15.  You usually have 12 or 13 and so you’re betting on someone else being picked.  Whether you’re the 27th pick, you never have 27 players.  Or the fifth pick.  You never have 5.  Only one time that I had just one…the first pick and obviously I was proud of that one.”

(On if they are better served moving down in the draft) – “Like you said it’s the same in every draft.”

(On if he gave every quarterback the same test he gave Andy Dalton) – “Every quarterback we went to look out was put through the same process.  You have to do your homework that way.  We didn’t send them a playbook.  We send them kind of a study guide.  So we put every single player through the same process.  You’ve got to be able to compare one apple to next apple.  And so that’s what we did.”

(On how much weight he puts on the combine vs. the playing season) – “I’m a tape guy.  Video guy…what do they call it these days.  It’s not tape.  But I watch the video.  I’m a tape guy.  I’m going to go by what I see on that video tape and how they play the game.  Football players play football and obviously you want to verify what you see on tape with the combine numbers and things like that and sometimes it opens your eyes; a performance at the combine would open your eyes to something that you’re not seeing on tape.  And so you get back and you watch it again, but you want those two to marry together.  I put more weight on what I see as a football player playing the game of football.”

(On going up or down in the draft) – “I have a fairly good sense of who I would take at that spot.  There’s no doubt about it.  I mean I think if you can come down to two or three guys.  So, yeah, I do and you know there are also scenarios to go up and get a guy if falls or go down two or three guys are not there.”

(On how much information out there is misinformation)  - “First of all I don’t know if I believe even if I told him exactly what I was going to do.  Because I think there is misinformation out there.  I don’t think the misinformation comes from the player itself.  I think sometimes misinformation, its rumor, its hearsay.  It’s from someone that they thought they heard sometime, I don’t think it’s all on purpose sometimes.  I couldn’t tell you how much is misinformation.  I can tell you that some of it, a small portion of what you hear out of our building is misinformation.  So, but I can’t tell you what the other stuff.  I don’t know what other than misinformation other teams are putting out there.  But I’ve got to go by what I see.  I’ve got to go by what I’ve been able to gather from my scouts and myself, my coaching staff and that’s the information that’s most important to me.

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Sug,

Parcells said that Ireland, Sporano and Hennings all went to watch Henne's workouts.

They all three reported back unanimously that Henne was every bit as good as Ryan and Flacco.

Make of it what you will. I've seen Henne play throughout his career at Michigan.

I myself can't help wonder what happened to him between then and now????

Odinseye... Reference 5:32

How are you this afternoon man...?

I believe your statement, "We can always resign Ronnie and/or Ricky is why I have never really gotten wound up about the running back situation.
It is not like DeAngelo Williams is the only FA worth a strong look at. The last time I counted there were at least 7 guys not counting Ron and Rick that would make a fine Vet to pair with a good rookie.
The argument being that there must be a Free Agency period for that to happen. Well, truth is, if there is a 2011 season, there HAS to be a Free Agency period. If only to address the players who have contracts that are up or subject to re-negotiation. If at worst, Miami drafted one guy (say in the 3rd or 2nd if we trade back) and Kept Ronnie. A guy not yet 30 years old and whom we have a 1st round, 2nd overall selection invested into... I see Miami’s situation at Running Back to be a very serviceable one indeed.



let me ask this question of you guys; just to satisfy my curiosity. if adrian petersen was on our team last year how do you think he would have done?

oh, by the way, thanks for the answer odin.

dm1dolphan... Ref, 5:55

I would like to believe that Damn Henning would not have given up on the running game in some of our games as fast as he did. (Baltimore comes to mind after we ran it coast to coast to tie the game then literally canned the running game for the rest of the day)....

I also feel AP is going to make yards after contact no matter what team or line he is running behind. AP is an elite running back... not a "Good" running back.

thanks for the answer derek.

..By process of elimination I think about some of the positions in the draft as such. I think that we should eliminate DE in the first round. We get Odrick back, and hopefully at full strength this makes little sense. Even OLB. Unless it is Von Miller.

Inside linebacker is a position that needs addressed for depth. Again Edds is expected to return. We have no idea what he brings to the table. I am for taking a linebacker at some point in the draft. Not before tight end or interior lineman is addresed.

Reciever to me is the biggest luxury pick. I know we need to beable to stretch the field, and get some speed on the outside. But we can accomplish this by drafting a tight end(still ticked that we ignored this last year) Deep passes are plays that happen maybe 2-3 times a game. The fact is most of the pass plays are intermidiete to short throws. As important as having that threat outside seems. I think we have prospects on our roster now that can do this if their route running, and physicality improves. I'm all for drafting a speed guy. But this position screems mid- to late round pick.

So this leaves the 3 that Ireland spoke of. I think if we cannot trade down that interior lineman is the right answer. Unless the Fo is so high on Andy Dalton that they see fit to grab him. Ingram, makes a lot of sense as a safe pick. But to my post earlier. He isn't a player that is going to put much fear into opponents as far as big play capability. Pouncey would be safe pick #1.. This is the player I think we take if we stay at 15.

dm1dolphan....

I see your question....but I can't really answer it....

I believe we have to dance with the one's that brung us.....

Henning and Henne stepped on my toes all last season....

Ricky and Ronnie were to slow to keep up the rthym when the beat got daster than a slow song.....

Lets see if Daboll and Henne have gotten lighter on my feet.....

PLEASE DRAFT LORD PELICAN SO THAT GLORY SHALL BE RESTORED TO THE DOLPHINS!

DD,

Pouncey is projected as a guard. Taking him at 15 is a bonafide reach. Its very rare a guard is taking that high. Just because his brother has done well doesn't mean that he will be as good. I don't think Eli is nearly as good as Peyton.

I hear a lot of bloggers trying to compare Ingram to one RB or another, and I don't know that any of those comparisons would be accurate. He's just his own kind of RB. If you read the two responses Ireland gave about what he looks for in an RB, he pretty much described an Ingram type back. (Sure, it could be intentional smoke screen). Just because he isn't the grand slam 60+ yard breakaway back does in no way suggest DC's won't have to prepare for him, that I believe is a common misnomer. How often do those 'big threat' make those big runs? It's rare even for them, and more often than not they are gaining similar what Ingram will be gaining consistenly. In a short time I believe the threat of Ingram will open up the passing game and visa versa as it should be.

Look into the Cristal ball...

It does not matter who Jeff drafts. it does not matter what changes the Fins did during off season. it does not matter which inexperienced coaches that Soprano hires including the little Soprano who was handed a job as what??

It all does not matter because the Fins will only perhaps if lucky, win 5 games and as low as 3 games this season, if we even have a season.

It ALL does not matter what my fellow fans say on here like this is the year, OOh, look who we drafted, that's a game changer, or whatever...

Why?? because as long as the owner wears those Ross colored glasses and as long as Ireland aka is yo momma a ho, and the blind coach who just thinks he's a coach but in reality he's a laid off Union Carpenter who looks like he's banging on the door for his check all game.

It wont change and I will only tell you all that we will see change once we get rid of the New trifecta... Ross sells the team to an owner who wants to win and not sell seats to watch some Latin dancing amateurs as if we fans are at the largest Copacabana,

Once we hire a REAL... PROVIN... Head coach like COWHER... then and ONY then with a HC, a REAL HC will the fins have to rebuild for 12 more year's to become champions.

2023 will be the year we win the SB.. Nothing less and nothing more.

The end.

NY "G"

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Aight man I'm down, dat's whassup!

You know, you know, yeah, that's whut happening mane.

"G" Dawg knows Ya'll

I'm hip Dude?

Right on Man!

It's all groovy!

WTF????

Some have suggested Lex can be our every down back. We don't know that. We do know we drafted him, waived him, and put him on the practice squad. He got some carries in 2009 filling in for the injured Ronnie. He got zero carries in 2010. That doesn't suggest to me the FO sees him as the RB of the future. Until the FO shows more confidence in him as our RB, I can't either. Maybe they have him pegged as FB and situational RB, but I just don't get they see him as our #1 RB. (DD, did that wake you up?)

Great Caesar's Ghost!

DC,

I read your last post. Thanks for getting back to me.

I have ALL the respect in the world for Newton's talent. No question! But where we disagree is that Newton will be a Championship QB in the NFL. I don't trust a guy that talks about himself as much as he does and is so self-promoting. It's quite possible that Newton makes the Panthers better, as Young did with the Titans, but that's not good enough for me. I'm saying he's not the guy to take the team to the next level and that at the end of the day people will be disappointed.

We can disagree with this guys. It's just how I feel.

daryl @ 6:20,
there is an OLB that is going to challenge von miller for supremecy at the position and that guy is justin houston. the guy is 270lbs and has a burst as good as anyone. he ran the ten yard split in close to the same time as miller and ran a pretty good forty also. he is also much stronger than miller so he has burst and power to get through offensive linemen. i wouldn't be surprised if we still target the pass rushing olb after trading down and pick up houston.

dm1dolphan,

The guy I think is going to challenge Von Miller for top linebacker is Aldon Smith. I think he's going to be a great pro and he's a guy that I think we should be considering if stuck at 15.

I think Pouncey at 15 is going to be a reach. I'm not convinced he's ever going to be a great centre and I'm not convinced adding another guard at this point is great value. If stuck at 15, I'd rather have Ingram. Just MO....

My mug draft:

1- Andy Dalton
More to come.

2-Lord Pelican

3-little chinese baby

4-Any Monkey/Transgenic Chicken

5,6,7-You pick'em

How about it, People. You like it?

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THX FOR STOPPING BY EVERYONE.

Ireland MUST swing a deal where we acquire in our first 3 picks, a RB, a QB, an O-lineman. All ready to play.

THANK LORD PELICAN PARCELLS FOR BRAIN DAMAGED BABY BABOON.

THAT LORD PELICAN PARCELLS FOR BABOONS IRELAND AND SPARANO TOO.

Yeah, I know what you are going to write Breed, IRELAND NO MAGICIAN, but thats the hand he has been dealt.

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OSCAR,

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dn1dolphhin@5:55

Adrian Peterson might have made a positve difference, but not enough to have made an impact. He would have danced around or got stuck in the backfield just as often as the R&R express. Adrian may have done a better job at netting us more YPC, but not enough to take the team from 21st overall, to a respectable top ten rushing franchise.

There were too many obsticles in the path of ANY RB that might have played for the team last season. All of which are universally understood by now. Resign either or both R&R. No time to school, or squander on an acorn this draft. Patch it when FA opens its door.

Which is why I agree wholeheartedly with DarylD

DD@6:20

"Process of elimination." That is a good post to read guys. And I hope this FO is like-minded.

We can't ignore the O-line. We can't ignore the TE position (although Faisno is needed just as well). We need to utylize the 2 TE formation. As DD explains, most passes are intermediate, not the deep bomb.

If we draft a starting calibre right OT (that can play two or more positions by proof), then we have accomplished a great deal in merely two young men. The Oline will be much, much better at both blocking, and opens the passing game like a tin-can.

Then you will find that that Adrian, R&R, and even Lex Luther could put us in the top ten rushing stats. And Henne gets that extra second or two in a groomed pocket. Open that can of worms, and frikin go fishin'.

We don't need no more WR's this draft. We are loaded there. Let them bust each others' chops, fighting for roster spots.

We can't afford to draft an early round QB this year - nor a stinker in the mid rounds. No time for an Acorn this draft. Sorry, don't even want an another teams stinker in FA as a last-second-million-dollar-chess-piece. Take the three already signed, and see it for what it is worth. Henne will throw for 4,000 yards if I were to get my wish list in the draft.

And Marshall, Bess, Hartline, Monroe, and TE's and RB"s would have us ranked in the top 7 passing, and top 10 rushing.

We also, as DD points out, can't ignore the inside LB spot, that was raped last year when opponets freakin' tore us apart running through our interior defence at the most critical of times. 3rd and 8, opponet runs up the middle for 15!

Just saying...

Can't wait 'til Sunday after church, and then post my mock. Not that I will win, because this FO doesn't see things from my perspective.

Meatsword Sandwich with Crabby Salad

DB...did Aloco take over your body? Your posts are just like him

twain JONES HAVE MISSED HIS MWWTING WITH RAIDERS WHO HAVE HIM ON THE TOP OF THEIR DRAFT BOARD....... THE REASON ..,..THE DOLPHINS WHO HAD A MEETIG WITH HIM FOR 2 DAYS .

MISSED HIS MEETING WITH RAIDERS

COWKILLA,


TELL THE TRUTH ,DO 1 WRITE DUMB POSTS LKE DB OF LATE ?

Aloco Has Merged With breed and becom "Alobreed"

Sunday after Church? God-ammit, I am gonna Post it now, you...(Oscar, man, cool it, cool it, yes).

Taiwan has always had "problems".

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Cuban, please tell me they ain't merged into conjoined twins, hooked together at the knoggin!?

in the words of felix unger, "oscar, oscar, oscar! it's only a mock draft."

so, tawain was out partying late with ireland and missed the meeting with the raiders.

Who the hell is felix unger? Ah!, the conjoines Couple.

Yep, and to the powers that be, please get this one done...right.

Better Taiwan than Mallet. Amen.

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IF IM GONNA COOK THE DINNER THEN LET ME BUY THE GROCERY.

PARCELLS BUY GROCERY AT CITY WASTE AND SEWAGE PLANT.

PARCELLS TEACH BABOONS TO BUY GROCERY AT CITY WASTE AND SEWAGE PLANT.

PARCELLS BABOONS NEED 14 PICKS TO GET 2 RIGHT. BABOONS TRY AND TEACH ACORN TO CRACK OPEN SQUIRREL.

Armando,

I know you are very busy, but did I not understand correctly that you were going to post some kind of, rule of thumb clause, for your upcoming (fan base) mock draft this Sunday?

If you don't provide any other info, not to worry. I understand suggestions like that - although meaningful - might interfere with your itenerary.

I am still submitting my mock on Sunday as pre-purposed.

DB,
you're drinking heavily, aren't you?


DB,
you're drinking heavily, aren't you?

Posted by: chief running bull$hit | April 23, 2011 at 12:50 AM

TOMMY BAHAMA IS THAT REALLY YOU? MR ROSS BETTER HIDE HIS MONEY FROM YOUR BABOONS.

Geez, Armando,

This blog is getting riddled w/ junk and drunks. And circus freaks, with attached heads, posting brainless nonsense.

There are only a HANDFUL of enlightening pupils here. The rest just talk to themselves (Aloco/ AKA, DBreed, etc., etc.) and a hundred and one dalmations).

I hope you distinquish me from the rest: Clowns, circus freaks, squatters/trolls...

I will go elsewhere to post my (studied) two-bit opinions.

Yesterday, I signed up on your twitter as GulfDolphin2. I will see soon enough if the same birth defects don't lurk there...

Marooned, (and 3 posts today as PERIOD!), Gulf is gone...

Before I go, one last acknowledgement directed to fin4life...

I did check out your web-link, per suggestion. Two days ago, you asked me to look at pocket mobility in the Marino era. Geez, that was good, dude...

I saved that highlight in my favorite bar...

Bye all.

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