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Jim Uran

Burress is released!!!!!!!

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I suppose he'll end up on the Bears next!!!

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Sign Him. WOOOHOOO!

I bet he ends up somewhere(if hes not in jail) and helps that team be productive.

I could care less about off field stuff(within reason) Can He produce on the field??

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Sign Him. WOOOHOOO!

I bet he ends up somewhere(if hes not in jail) and helps that team be productive.

I could care less about off field stuff(within reason) Can He produce on the field??

When you fail to hold public figures such as athletes accountable how do you hold the youth of our country accountable?

He is just another wannabe who got in trouble and it's time for him to pay.

Adults are suppose to set the examples for the kids. Lock him up.

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IF my child's role model becomes plaxico burress I will be taking a good long look in the mirror. I would never suggest that Plax is someone that I want my kid or my friends kids looking up to. But, I want the vikes to win. THEY WILL NEVER SIGN HIM. and thats o.k. the vikes will be fine. I am just merely pointing out that he is a good WR. This role model stuff gets blown way out of proportion.

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bears signing him would be crazy - they'd instantly have to be in consideration for super bowl contention

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If he walks on those charges, there will be a huge uproar. Mandatory 3 year sentence to gun toters. The law doesn't read "Mandatory 3 years in prison for illegaly carrying a weapon. UNLESS you are a pro athlete" Guy needs to sit and do some serious thinking in the iron bar motel

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granted, the bears D would have to be healthy and get back to where they have been playing. But their offense with Burress, Forte, Olsen, Hester and Cutler would be pretty formidable. Line is revamped too.

NFC north is getting better this year... as long as my lions don't draft stafford and get some good value with their picks i think they oughta start clawing themselves up from the basement in the next couple years

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His nesxt stop is prison. He won't be signing with anybody anytime soon.

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O.K. O.K. O.K.

Enough of Plax

I thought I would hijack a Plax thread with a player that not only has a high character content, but also is the greatest ever. YA I SAID IT.......

(better with sound down, maybe.....)

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AP is crazy tallent. Hopefully they work on screen passes this year.

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AP is crazy tallent. Hopefully they work on screen passes this year.

yes, the screen pass is something that needs to be addressed(see video). But Lets keep the highjack in order. AP is the BEST EVER.

Lets me hear it SANDMAND......... GO VIKES!

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Best Vikes RB, I'll give you that. Another couple of years and see him get a little more versitile, I'll jump on the whole wagon with you.

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I do not know you but I will get you to admit that AP is the greatest ever. To Be Continued.................

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:34 seconds in I think #33 lost both his shoes

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