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Dolphins making moves in advance of roster cuts

The Dolphins, and all other NFL teams, have until 4 p.m. on Tuesday to trim their roster to 75 players. This team isn't waiting.

Already this morning multiple back-of-the-roster players have been cut.

Two such players -- offensive lineman Jeff Braun and defensive tackle Chris Burnette -- already announced they've been cut on their twitter accounts.

[UPDATE: The Dolphins announced G Jeff Braun, G Chandler Burden, DT Chris Burnette, LB Alonzo Highsmith, and WR Kenny Stafford have been cut. More coming, folks.]

This was expected. Last year, for example, the Dolphins released nine players two days prior to the first NFL cutdown date. This is how they do business.

The Dolphins will have interesting decisions this year because the team has plenty of good players. Unfortunately for Miami, it has many more good defensive players than offensive players. So the truth is the Dolphins may keep some offensive players that are necessary to fill spots while cutting a couple of better defensive players who have earned a spot but got caught in a numbers game.

Having said all that, allow me to project your 2013 Miami Dolphins 53-man roster. This is simply a projection. It is based on opinion. Mine.

Quarterbacks (2): Ryan Tannehill, Matt Moore.

Analysis: And now you're freaking because Pat Devlin is not on the team. Well, I'm sorry, but he's not on my projection. He's done nothing wrong. He's had a solid preseason. But I think some of the sheen is coming off because he's had trouble staying healthy this preseason, his improvement is hardly eye-popping and if the Dolphins are down to their third starting QB this year, I simply don't see that person being Pat Devlin. They would bring in a veteran.

Running backs (4): Lamar Miller, Daniel Thomas, Mike Gillislee, KR Marcus Thigpen.

Analysis: Well, offensive coordinator Mike Sherman said this week the team is searching for a third running back. He didn't say a third and a fourth. But as Thigpen, who is working as a third-down back recently, is also the KR you can add him to this group. The third spot is up for grabs between Gillislee and Jonas Gray. The better player the next two weeks probably takes the spot. The loser? Dolphins will try to stash him on practice squad.

Fullback (1): Jorvorskie Lane.

Analysis: The club has sent Lane multiple messages this year. They flirted with Vonta Leach. They actually demoted Lane once in training camp. And they have given Evan Rodriguez plenty of opportunity to win the spot. Rodriguez is probably a better special teams player. Lane is a better blocker. Both need to be better pass-catchers. It's a toss-up but I'm going with the better blocker to help the running game. 

Receivers (5): Mike Wallace, Brian Hartline, Brandon Gibson, Rishard Matthews, Chad Bumphis

Analysis: Marvin McNutt might still bump Bumphis. Saturday night truly matters for these guys. But I simply don't trust his inconsistent hands. I do trust Bumphis more. He cannot let up, however.

Tight ends (4): Charles Clay, Dion Sims, Michael Egnew and Kyle Miller. 

Analysis: Offensive coordinator Mike Sherman loves tight ends. At one point in 2012, there were five tight ends on the Miami roster. Miller is a bubble guy and has to perform well Saturday to have a prayer, but if he's not on, I see the Dolphins searching the waiver wires or trying to make a trade to add a guy.

Offensive line (10): Jonathan Martin, John Jerry, Mike Pouncey, Richie Incognito, Tyson Clabo, Nate Garner, Will Yeatman, Joshn Samuda, Lance Louis, Dallas Thomas.

Analysis: The fact John Jerry had the knee injury will help Lance Louis because it is clear he's getting better as he himself recovers from knee surgery. Louis is going to be better in October and better still in December. And he's already better than Josh Samuda at the position. You keep him. The backup tackle situation is worrisome.

Defensive line (10): Cameron Wake, Olivier Vernon, Randy Starks, Paul Soliai, Jared Odrick, Derrick Shelby, Vaughn Martin, Dion Jordan, Tristan Okpalaugo, Kheeston Randall.

Analysis: Ten defensive linemen is too many, but the fact is Dion Jordan's shoulder injury makes for much uncertainty and that's why Okpalaugo is here. Antwan Applewhite might also be an option but he's a more expensive option because if you keep him, his salary is guaranteed. Maybe Miami cuts him and re-signs after the first week. Hate to cut A.J. Francis, but he's probably one of those good defensive players caught in bad numbers I talked about earlier.

Linebackers (6): Dannell Ellerbe, Koa Misi, Phillip Wheeler, Jason Trusnik, Austin Spitler, Jonathan Freeny.

Analysis: And you're freaking again because Jelani Jenkins isn't on the team. He might be, but the truth is I haven't seen him do much of anything. He has three tackles this preseason. I'd love to find a way to get Josh Kaddu on the team as well. Trusnik is on solely because he's a good special teams guy. Kaddu is better on defense, in my humble opinion.

Defensive backs (8): Brent Grimes, Will Davis, Dimitri Patterson, Nolan Carroll, Jimmy Wilson, Reshad Jones, Chris Clemons, Jamar Taylor. 

Analysis:  Wilson can back up at safety and help in the nickel. I'd like to have another safety, however. I believe Kelcie McCray is pushing for a spot as well. Hate to lose R.J. Stanford. 

Specialists (3): Punter Brandon Fields, K Caleb Sturgis, LS John Denney.

Analysis: Speaks for itself.

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I would argue with Spitler and Freeney. I know they are special teams greats but young w/upside is better. Gotta go w/ Kaddu and Jenkins.

Vaughn Martin is debatable. I hope they can trade him. They have plenty of muscle in the middle. That opens a spot for McCray.

Hope you're right about Bumphis - he had some great catches from sorry QB's at Miss. State, and while I don't think he's the next Welker, people shouldn't underestimate what a shorter but determined guy can do.

Tho if not for the TE fixation that you note, it might make more sense to keep Bumphis and McNutt and go with 3 TE's. Won't happen tho, as you say.

Roster Projections:

I totally agree with you on several spots.

QB - Agreed. If we are down to Devlin we are in trouble regardless. Tannehill and Moore are locks.

RB - I agree but I hope you are wrong. I like Jonas Gray and want him to make the roster. He runs hard and is a short yardage back. Daniel Thomas sucks in short yardage cause he's soft as white bread and Gillislee hasn't shown anything thus far.

FB - Disagree here. Rodriguez is the better player and more versatile. Miami can come out in 21 or 12 personel sets versuses a defense where with Lane its 21 personell and that's it.

WR - Agreed. Bumphis is valuable because he plays the slot and looks like a maybe a he has ability as a returner. McNutt is just average is every facet.

TE - I would personally like to see Miami keep Jonas Gray and possibly Gillislee over Kyle Miller. As I mentioned above with Rodriguez he can play TE in 12 personel sets which is why Roriguez makes more sense to keep then Lane and Kyle Miller.

OL - Agreed

DL - Agreed except I would replace Okpalaugo or even Vaughn Martin with AJ Francis. Francis has flashed in games.

LBs - Interesting but I agree from what I've seen. Jenkins stinks when he is on the field. He isn't explosive and just stares into the backfield. Freeney or Kaddu are irreplaceable parts both special teams guys.

DBS - Agreed but Kelcie has been on the field for more special teams then any player on the roster which gives him value.

Specialists - set in stone.

Agree at QB I don't think Devlin has an NFL arm. To much air in his passes for modern NFL maybe in Greise ERA!

RB & FB I have a problem with because I feel Gray is more deserving than Gillislee but the draft pick investment probably gets him the nod. On FB given the extremely poor showing last Yr. I'd just assume go with Clay here in dual role.

WR seems right although I like the ability of Tynes myself would keep on PS

OL Is probably correct but wouldn't be surprised to see the bottom of the depth here tweaked from the final cuts into the Season.

DL Good prospects lost here due to OL needs, a real shame!

LB Freeney over Kaddu huhh? We will see! Some young guys here like Robinson as well.

DB's Alot better group than what I felt possible given closing 2012 roster.

OMG....

Dashi and ODIN will rant and rave about Delvin until the cows come home...

Armando...how could you...

Fin4life...

I can't disagree with anything you said on the last blog...

good post...

fin4life,

I forgot about Lee Robinson. Possible! Guys like Kaddu, Freeney and Robinson all are smiliar as interchangeable parts but Im sure whoever stands out more on special teams needs to be on this team.

Jenkins is terrible.

Disagree with Devlin unless his injury is more serious than has been let on. He has clearly outplayed Matt Moore this per-season.

Felix Jones traded to Steelers..

McNutt makes it over Bumphis due to his size and skill set. I bet ur wrong there Mando

About your TE projections, Mando, I realize Sherman wants more. But why not trade for a guy?

Why do we have to keep a scrub instead of trading for Brent Celek?

Steelers lose their RB, they trade for Felix Jones three days later. Why can't we do things like that?

Toronto,

Who plays slot then if there's an injury? The roster gets shuffled if Wallace or Hartline goes down that means Gibson starts and if Gibson goes down who takes the slot?

With Keller being lost a crafty slot guy is needed as complimentary piece to the other WRS not just a tall guy who is inconsistent. Just my opinion.

Jenkins is terrible.

Posted by: AndyNJ | August 23, 2013 at 12:42 PM

A raw athlete who flashed in the SEC, PS material all the way!! Agree on the 3 LB's being pretty interchangeable but when off the bench have seen Kaddu peak out a little over the competition. With all due respect to Trusnik, I've seen enough! I didn't like it last Yr. and HATED what I saw in HOF opening were he was in at MLB for all of 4 plays before Wheeler (our WOLB) moved over, JUST TERRIBLE!! He must have naked picks of Ireland or something!! Spitler's reached his ceiling from what I've seen in resent Yrs. out of him and believe the trio were discussing has more to offer, JMHO!

Devlin makes team. QB position is too important and Pat still has potential. McNutt over Bumphis.

Could Dion Jordan play some TE?

It's funny how some teams seem to always lay wood on hits and it's applauded but then others are looked at as illegal. ie... 49ers D last year had some seriously big hitters and thats just how they play I rarely saw flags in games and fines weren't as heavy. Steelers D as well w/ Harrison... That Bostic hit was a thing of beauty and he was fined 20k... unbelievable. inexcusable. biased. They need to just let them play. And let an ethics committee w retired players decide on fines afterwards.

I think they try to stash Gray onto the practice squad because if they put Gillislee there someone will poach him. And, Miller gets dropped in favor of Rodriguez. Lane's history! And, Devin is probably gone too, but not for a veteran. Miami has Moore and needs a developmental QB as #3.

Slot = Gibson, Hartline, Thigpen

McNutt has actually caught passes from Tannehill in the preseason games and he has the size and speed to work teh deep middle which is more emphasized with Keller's loss.

Minute Keller went down, McNutt made the team.

Cocoajoe...

I agree with your sentimet as well...knees should NOT be targeted...but with the God(father)ell turning our PHYSICAL sport into flag football....

many players will now go low...not with the intent to injure...but because they don't have much of an option...

I remember when the only players you went low on were the ones you didn't really have a choice....

Christian Okoye

Barry Word (what a duo they made)...KC never should have thrown the ball)

Eddie George

nobody thought it was dirth when they got hit low...it was either that....

or...

best case scenario...be on sports center for getting TRUCKED.....

Worst case....get carted off the feild with a concussion...

With Keller being lost a crafty slot guy is needed as complimentary piece to the other WRS not just a tall guy who is inconsistent. Just my opinion.

Posted by: AndyNJ | August 23, 2013 at 12:51 PM

With Keller's injury Gibson became the most important (6th man if you will) new addition on O to team especially early in Yr. I do however hope to see this Yr. Sims and Egnew work out of the double T.E. formation by Mid-Season. These 2 are good compliments to each other as the 1st and 2nd options in tight formation out of play action.

Trusnick is the only player who plays every single one of the special teams unit. That's the picture he has of Ireland. Nobody's been able to ace him on special teams so he sticks.

fin4life,

A lot of guys are big time college players that didn't do anything in the NFL. But for potential's sake and patience I do think they keep him. I do feel however special teams is so over looked that getting rid of a LB who has shown he's capable in an area like special teams vs a guy who looks like he shouldn't be on the field is the move I'd make.

Jenkins better show something soon or I think it's a possibility he's gone. Trusnik isn't an every down player but a core special teams guy on every unit. He knows his job. Freeney is as well. Jenkins may just be a lost rookie who hasn't found himself but I struggle to remember a single play he's made in 3 games. Matter fact I can't remember him at all.

"McNutt has actually caught passes from Tannehill in the preseason games"

How many throws has RT attempted to Bumphis? Honest question.

If Bumphis can catch from sorry-ass Miss. State passers, he can catch from RT.

best case scenario...be on sports center for getting TRUCKED.....

Worst case....get carted off the feild with a concussion...

Posted by: Kris | August 23, 2013 at 12:57 PM

Use to be like you post here with Defenders not wanting to get trucked. Earl Campbell who I watched as a kid had to be tackled low because he was going to run over initial contact, real MONSTER! We had a player who would have made your list if not for career ending knee injury in Andrea Franklin back in early 80's. Your duo in K.C. with DeBerg and later Montana at QB were solid playing Marty ball.

Toronto,

Disagree with you on McNutt being a better complimentary piece then Bumphis. McNutt has size, inconsistent hands which has shown in games and I follow live practice updates via twitter as well. Bumphis is the complimentary piece because he's a move the chains guy.

McNutt is just big, hasn't shown to be big and physical just big to me.

Andy, I dont remember Jenkins making any plays at all either.. Makes you question whether or not Ireland is acutally scouting some of his picks or not

you already know what you got with Trusnik, Freeny, Spitler so you keep Jelani Jenkins for potential/upside--maybe special teams suffers a little but he can improve there, and he's shown good playmaking abilities in college--when I've seen Trusnik and Spitler in game action, they're mostly awful......and a small issue but you probably save a small amount keeping Jenkins too--dont know enough about Kaddu.....and Lance Louis is a solid player who is the best option at G, once he gets healthy--not a given that he'll be healthy enough, but he's better then Jerry when healthy--plus depth improves alot if Jerry is needed......plus Jerry has spelled at LT in the past (not well, but not awful)

Jenkins may just be a lost rookie who hasn't found himself but I struggle to remember a single play he's made in 3 games. Matter fact I can't remember him at all.

Posted by: AndyNJ | August 23, 2013 at 12:59 PM

You'd think he would have stuck out more being a drafted rookie LB wearing a weird number! Like I said RAW flashed in NCAA version of semi-Pro ball so I would move to PS.

agree w most except Lane Okpaulugo and Freeny
move Clay to FB/HB
Would keep Devlin Jenkins Kaddu

Also I think Patterson will be cut because of salary and or Carroll Davis or Taylor winning the starting CB job. Leaving a spot for McCray or Stanford

Our receiving corps is leaps and bounds better this year. Our running game should be about the same. I hope like hell the game feels slower for RT, he needs to really step up this year, if he does this offense will be good (not awesome, not great, it will be good if RT does awesome).

Our defense should be a top rated defense and will win us some games. Games that the defense struggles, we're going to lose, I don't see our offense putting up 30+ points a game.

I believe you have hit at least 45 out of the 53 roster, there will likely be some tweaks, and with 2 games left there's possiblity of injurys.

definitely Gillislee over Gray.....if its even close, you choose the guy that isnt a year or so removed from ACL surgery

Andy, Mark,

For BIG target I like the guy wearing #85 (Tynes) as my project guy more than McNutt.

Trade Starks for either Gresham or Celek and a mid round draft pick. He's gone next year anyways. Cut Lane for Rodriguez or cut both and use Clay as the fullback. That would open up a free spot for a d-lineman. Drop Kyle Miller and Tristan Okpalaugo. Add Jonas Gray and AJ Francis to the 53 in their place and you're all set. Thigpen should be considered wr #6. That way, we'd keep Gray as the #4 rb and Thigpen as the #6 wr and return specialist. He'll be used more as a receiver anyways. The guy above me is McNutts... No way McNutt makes the 53 over Bumphis with the show Bumphis put on so far in practice and the preseason games and with McNutt dropping almost every pass thrown to him. Bumphis all day long for wr #5.

fin4life,

I agree with you 100 percent on Gibson being the most needed player to step up when Keller went down. I actually think we saw a glimpse that he is capable of stepping up. He was targeted 3 times on that very drive Keller got injured and caught 2 balls for 15 and 17 yards and another was incomplete.

I agree he must step up! And I think he can. He has very good hands. Maybe the best on the team.

Truth.....Jelani Jenkins was pretty well known and highly regarded in college, at a major program--Ireland hardly took a flyer on him.....I saw a couple of pundits rate that pick as one of the best value picks in the entire draft--he's skilled but young/raw, but why ditch him for vets that are mediocre special teams types?

Jelani Jenkins won't make it past waivers to the PS.

B33 is correct......

Truth and fin4life,

I agree he flashed in college so there was reason to find him appealing a 4th rounder. He is athletic and can fly but maybe he just is the typical rookie thinking so therefore he doesn't react. When I watched the replay of the Texans game he was lined up as the Weakside backer and as the play developed he never came out of his crouched and ready stance. He didn't move at all. It was 1 play I noticed him and it was like what the heck is he doing. But with the draft investment maybe he just needs the light bulb to come on still.

Not doubting that Anderson and your point is worthy. just saying that McNutt already has a chemistry with tannehill. Bumphis MAY find one with Tannehill. Already developed chemsitry unless something changes will factor. Plus, this team favours size AND speed. Bumphis has neither.

Not nearly enough talent.

Teams with excess don't just cut people, you trade them.

See eagles with Felix Jones
See multiple trades this week for backups.

This is what the fins should do with guys like Francis. Trade his potential(if he truly has it, other teams have seen it) & try to acquire better o-line & lb depth.

Obviously no one knows for sure if the team has been trying to move people but, the team should try to trade them instead of outright releasing them hoping to eventually put them on the practice squad where they can be poached at any time.

Some differences between Mando's projection and Walker's projection both released today:

http://espn.go.com/blog/afceast/post/_/id/63357/dolphins-53-man-roster-projection-2-0

Andy, McNutt has made some key receptions in preseason with the first team thus far. Bumphis has done what since the HOF game against guys already cut from training camp?

You know I'm a big measurables guy. irelands is a measurables guy, so is Philbin. The fact that the staff puts McNutt out there with the first teamers as the 4th WR while Bumphis goes out with the 2nd and third teams should say something.

Bryan Tims is most likely headed to the PS. I heard someof the media guys call him Almost Tyms. because he ALMOST makes big plays. Seems like there is something there but it's not ready for prime time.

Toronto,

I think it's safe to say most teams would take a big fast guy over a small and quick guy but there's the Welker's, Davone Bess, Amendola types who are all small and quicker then fast and I'd rather have that.

Saturday should be a good test with starters playing extensively. If I see Tannehill hook up with McNutt or Tyms and I see something then maybe I change my tune but right now Bumphis has just made more plays in games and from the twitter feeds he is the better practice player too.

@Mark
Neither did Welker. Bumphis is shifty and makes people miss. He has extremely sure hands, catches almost everything thrown to him and has big play ability. He has one of the best cut back moves I've ever seen. McNutt has size and speed, but he hasn't been able to get separation and has way too many drops. Bumphis gets separation and catches the ball. We can use tight ends for their size and as red zone threats. No point in keeping McNutt if he can't catch the football. It's the same problem with Fuller...

Also, I think Gray falls into the Francis category. Gray played very well those 1st 2 preseason games. I think teams might find some interest in him. Perhaps Bumphis too.

Trade a body at a position of strength & try to swing him for a body at a position of need. You never know. You're gonna cut them anyway, might as well try to get something for them.

I like Bumphis quite a bit but, I am intrigued by Tyms size & speed. You can't coach those things.

B33, I doubt after finishing 27th in pass defense last year, the staff has the stomach to cut their 2nd best corner (presently) to expose a raw rookie, an injured rookie making his way back, or a depth corner/special teams guy as a starter.

The team has already 20m in cap space to roll tto next year. They cut the overpaid depth guy at CB, they're keeping the starter. Patterson can also play slot. he's no star but he's valuable and as a starter and flex option earns every bit of his $4.6M

Teams with excess don't just cut people, you trade them.
See eagles with Felix Jones
See multiple trades this week for backups.
This is what the fins should do with guys like Francis. Trade his potential(if he truly has it, other teams have seen it) & try to acquire better o-line
Posted by: The truth is... | August 23, 2013 at 01:21 PM

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Nobody wants the Dolphin castoffs!! They arent tradeable. DUUUUUHHH!

Yes. Ross has far LESS payroll right now than he did last season. These claims of big spending dont account for the HUGE spending cuts.


Nobody wants the Dolphin castoffs!! They arent tradeable. DUUUUUHHH!


Posted by: C'mon Man | August 23, 2013 at 01:28 PM

You're an idiot. PERIOD. Teams have been trading guys you never heard of the entire week.

If they're on film & have potential, other teams notice. Which is why there have been a flurry of minor deals this week.

Good teams explore all avenues. I hope Ireland is doing the same.

As for you, spare us you're negativity.

I just think with the way Davis has shown up and Carroll has improved they will drop the big salary vet for rising player they've coached up on the roster. Carroll is faster and has starting exp. Taylor being the darkhorse cuz of injury but his athleticism should have him as a starter soon.
question is do they want to keep Patterson for nickel at 4+mil? Wilson/ Davis will be fine there... IMO

Our top two draft picks are injured (Jordan/Taylor), or 3rd pick Dallas Thomas is terrible, our 4th pick Jelani jenkins is terrible and may get cut. Our 5th pick won the kicking job, but did we have to draft a kicker? This is shaping up to be another terrible draft by Ireland.

I forgot to mention Will Davis, but he has gotten burned a few times in the preseason.

Mcnutt drops too many passes. He's made a few plays but has had the most noticeable drops. Philbin loves good measurables but hates turn overs and dropped passes. Dropped passes trump measurables IMO

I can't believe Nolan Carroll is still on this team, and will play the outside in nickel and dime packages. If that is the case, this secondary is going to struggle again. He was simply terrible last year.


I just think with the way Davis has shown up and Carroll has improved they will drop the big salary vet for rising player they've coached up on the roster. Carroll is faster and has starting exp. Taylor being the darkhorse cuz of injury but his athleticism should have him as a starter soon.
question is do they want to keep Patterson for nickel at 4+mil? Wilson/ Davis will be fine there... IMO

Posted by: B33RCA53 | August 23, 2013 at 01:34 PM

What? Patterson is the starting outside corner & only being worked in the slot in the nickel package.

If you cut Patterson, who is starting opposite Grimes? Davis or Taylor? They are inexperienced & Davis gambles way too much. Patterson will play out the final year of his deal & Miami will draft another CB next year allowing him to walk. Taylor & Davis will be experienced enough next year to hopefully take over both CB spots. Grimes will have to come back on the cheap if he wants to.

There is NO way Patterson doesn't make this team.

Felix Jones? What's he ever done? Why are guys getting excited about Felix Jones? The guy gets injured a lot and disappears for long periods at a time.

You can't just keep trading or guys every time there's a need. I sick of this franchise trading draft picks for scrubs. Lamaar Gordon and AJ Feely ring a bell?

Love to see Jonas Gray make the team. Not sure about Kyle Miller or Francis.

Yeah, I knew people would bring up Welker and Bess. You guys remember what Bess and Welker had to do to make it in this league? bess and Welker were both very good and reliable return men. Bumphis -meh.

Welker also did something like score 7 different ways in one game as a phin. Bess was the ebst WR in camp during his first preseason. Bumphis has made catches playing against aspiring players but when the lgiht come on - meh.

he may make it if we carry 6 - otherwise forget it. Nothing that he can do that Thigpen can't do and more for this offense.

I also doubt Devlin gets cut. I'd prefer we do everything we can to keep Kaddu, Gillislee, and Gray. If we get rid of Gillislee I'll be pissed. I think he has a high ceiling of potential when given a chance.

Craig, relax. Nobody is saying to go get Felix Jones but since he's on the Steelers now and we play them this year, should be mentioned. Now get off the SCOTCH while you post!!!

Krillian, agree re: Gillislee. I watched a lot of SEC ball last season, and he got the job done. Once he adjusts to the NFL (where EVERY team has Alabama's defensive line, so to speak), I think he will shine.


Felix Jones? What's he ever done? Why are guys getting excited about Felix Jones? The guy gets injured a lot and disappears for long periods at a time.

You can't just keep trading or guys every time there's a need. I sick of this franchise trading draft picks for scrubs. Lamaar Gordon and AJ Feely ring a bell?

Love to see Jonas Gray make the team. Not sure about Kyle Miller or Francis.

Posted by: Craig M | August 23, 2013 at 01:43 PM

What in god's green earth do you have your panties twisted about?

Who has said anything about being excited over Felix Jones? Do you read or at bare minimum understand what you read?

God, you will exaggerate anything to inject yourself or to garner attention.

Settle down beavis!

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