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JP Losman impresses scouts at Clemson Pro day

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15 minutes ago, JoPar_v2 said:

craziest tweet I've read all year. And I follow Trump.

You're either a glutton for punishment or enjoy a good laugh.

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39 minutes ago, End The Drought said:

Dolphins?

lol my first thought too

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1 minute ago, frostbitmic said:

You're either a glutton for punishment or enjoy a good laugh.

 

Ha! Why not both?

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Deja Vu.

 

I'll never forget our DB's in training camp talking about how Losman was "shredding" the defense during camp. Got me excited about our chances..........👎

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42 minutes ago, Alphadawg7 said:

 

 

Hahaha Sign him up and bring back Lee Evans too hahaha

 

...prolly could get a 5th for Josh.......a 5th of something wet..............

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Posted (edited)

If any former NFL players or Uncle Ricos are legitimately interested in getting back in the league or finding their way to it, they have more opportunities today than ever before between the AAF, XFL, goodl ol' CFL and the camp tryouts NFL teams run before the "real" minicamps.

 

I'm sure JP Losman has moved on with his life but why a young guy like Karlos Williams who has stated a desire to get back to the NFL, wasn't the first guy in line for the AAF befuddles me.  

 

 

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Not surprising that he looked good throwing with no defense. He always could sling it - just had trouble reading defenses and reacting to pressure.

 

I was always a JP fan though and really wanted to see him do well. Seems like he has quite the opportunity at Clemson to start a career in the coaching ranks.

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Couple of takeaways from the JP high light video.

1) Those uniforms were butt ugly

2) how many times did Evans get behind a defense

3) some of those scores were quite lopsided.

 

I really wanted JP to be the answer.....

 

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1 hour ago, DCBongo said:

JP had a good arm and was a good college QB.  NFL is a different animal and he could not adjust to the speed and complexity of the defenses. 

 

Yes, I agree. He couldn't seem to throw the short soft pass----remember all the passes into the dirt ?  I think he got happy feet at times too.

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2 minutes ago, qwksilver said:

Couple of takeaways from the JP high light video.

1) Those uniforms were butt ugly

2) how many times did Evans get behind a defense

3) some of those scores were quite lopsided.

 

I really wanted JP to be the answer.....

 

 

As we all did. Seemed a bit doofy (I saw him about town a lot, especially his rookie year) but a genuinely nice guy.

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I also was on the "I wanted JP to be the man" crowd.

 

I think today is a nice reminder that, as overhyped as we get about Pro Days, maybe we should take a step back and think about how things will look while the bullets are flying.

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I never venture "down here" and actually clicked on this forum by accident. I saw this thread title and thought I clicked on the Time Warp Portal button.  

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31 minutes ago, JoPar_v2 said:

 

As we all did. Seemed a bit doofy (I saw him about town a lot, especially his rookie year) but a genuinely nice guy.

 

Not according to Troy Vincent...

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Just now, Freddie's Dead said:

 

Not according to Troy Vincent...

 

Maybe not - my experience, like I said, was limited and anecdotal. Also: I wouldn't trust I a thing Troy Vincent says or has said. 

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20 minutes ago, JoPar_v2 said:

 

Maybe not - my experience, like I said, was limited and anecdotal. Also: I wouldn't trust I a thing Troy Vincent says or has said. 

 

I was referring to when Troy Vincent deliberately hit JP during a practice when JP was a rookie.  Broke JP's leg, and afterward Vincent said he needed to hit him to take him down a peg and teach the cocky rook a lesson.  I thought at the time it was a chickenbleep move, and I agree with you, Troy Vincent is a dick.  Don't you want your rookie QB to have some swagger?  

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2 hours ago, End The Drought said:

 

 

LOL wow

 

This thread title is perfect.  Absolutely beautiful!  Well-played!

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19 minutes ago, Freddie's Dead said:

 

I was referring to when Troy Vincent deliberately hit JP during a practice when JP was a rookie.  Broke JP's leg, and afterward Vincent said he needed to hit him to take him down a peg and teach the cocky rook a lesson.  I thought at the time it was a chickenbleep move, and I agree with you, Troy Vincent is a dick.  Don't you want your rookie QB to have some swagger?  

 

oh god sorry I totally forgot about that! thanks!

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2 hours ago, JoPar_v2 said:

craziest tweet I've read all year. And I follow Trump.

 

Post of the week

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I know this a dumb take but I could never get behind the idea of someone with the name Losman becoming a man of wins. He was always destined to lose as far as I was concerned.

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14 minutes ago, Alphadawg7 said:

 

Post of the week

 

High praise from you sir. Thanks!

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11 minutes ago, VW82 said:

I know this a dumb take but I could never get behind the idea of someone with the name Losman becoming a man of wins. He was always destined to lose as far as I was concerned.

I’d add qb who have initials for a first name.  Erik Manuel and John Losman probably have better careers. 

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