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  • #61
    Duke Williams & Diontae Spencer released from their CFL teams for NFL opportunity.

    Williams could easily make it IMO - has the size + good hands and deep threat ability; Spencer is a speedster but has iffy hands IMO.

    They both need to sign with a team in real need; unlike Derrel Walker who ended up as TC fodder with the Bucs last season.

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    • #62
      Originally posted by CalgaryRiderFan View Post
      Chargers finally found a guy who seems to be ok the 2nd half of the year but no track record
      87.5% in the first half. 88% in the second half. You gotta admit he'd look pretty good in Seahawk colours compared to that Paul Osbaldiston body double your boys have now.

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      • #63
        Some real talent going south this offseason..

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        • #64
          Ty Long going to the NFL.


          BC LIONS@BCLions
          We have released kicker @trlong02 in order to pursue an opportunity in the NFL. Thanks for the memories in orange and best of luck Ty! #WeAreTheLions

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          • #65
            Originally posted by CC Ryder View Post

            The NFL does NOT employ dual kickers - at all. Long has a booming punting leg = i bet that's where he gets a look, but maybe somebody would view his as a placekicker.

            Interestin' how ex-CFL kicker Brett Maher emerged as the Cowboys placekicker this season (with a 62 yarder i believe?= !!!); got in the right place at the right time there = so key.
            Took a look at the Charger stats. Punting would appear to be the Chargers' priority need. They did cut their original placekicker early in the season but his replacement was good on 15 of 16. Their punter though was pretty much dead last in average and net average.

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            • #66
              Originally posted by Hambone View Post

              Took a look at the Charger stats. Punting would appear to be the Chargers' priority need. They did cut their original placekicker early in the season but his replacement was good on 15 of 16. Their punter though was pretty much dead last in average and net average.
              IF NFL scouts were paying a lot of attention - Brett Lauther should be getting a look from a team in place-kicking need. 90 % FG accuracy plus nailed a number of 50+ yarders = just outstanding.

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              • #67
                Originally posted by greenrider55 View Post
                Some real talent going south this offseason..
                Which sucks for all CFL fans.

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                  • #69
                    Originally posted by Argo57 View Post

                    Which sucks for all CFL fans.
                    Ya I was thinking the are a lot of guys getting looks.

                    Akeem Hicks getting some mention that he played college in Saskatchewan.... R of r not mentioned... I giggled that kinda sucks

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                    • #70
                      Originally posted by AngryAccountant View Post

                      Ya I was thinking the are a lot of guys getting looks.

                      Akeem Hicks getting some mention that he played college in Saskatchewan.... R of r not mentioned... I giggled that kinda sucks
                      Except at the beginning of the game, when he said university of Regina.

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                      • #71
                        Originally posted by tommy_boy View Post

                        Except at the beginning of the game, when he said university of Regina.
                        Yes he did.
                        Rider QB Scrappin in Full Swing

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                        • #72
                          The Chicago Bears officially signed LB James Vaughters to a futures contract for the 2019 season on Monday. Futures deals are essentially camp invites that will give players the opportunity to compete for roster spots during offseason workouts and training camp. Vaughters, 25, wound up signing on...

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                          • #73
                            Originally posted by tommy_boy View Post

                            Except at the beginning of the game, when he said university of Regina.
                            the best part was when he said "the university that rhymes with fun".
                            Nothing like a whole off season to choke on cram sammiches!

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