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Good move. No reason not to bring him in for training camp. Need to bring 90 guys somehow. 

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“Breaking...”??

 

This is news, much less “Breaking” news?

 

Breaking: I am enjoying tonight’s Final Four games!

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5 minutes ago, WotAGuy said:

“Breaking...”??

 

This is news, much less “Breaking” news?

 

Breaking: I am enjoying tonight’s Final Four games!

Auburn Virginia game was awesome!

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19 minutes ago, Boca BIlls said:

camp body, nothing more.

A shot is a shot even if it is a longshot good luck to the kid.

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Competition from any source is a positive and something said over and over by Beane and McD.  

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2 hours ago, Boca BIlls said:

camp body, nothing more.

 

I bet this same comment was made after Jason Peters was brought in as an UDFA TE.

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21 minutes ago, Johnny Hammersticks said:

 

I bet this same comment was made after Jason Peters was brought in as an UDFA TE.

Same with when Da'Rick Rodgers was brought in as UDFA WR

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4 minutes ago, PolishPrince said:

Same with when Da'Rick Rodgers was brought in as UDFA WR

 

Yeah.  Point is you never know.  I think we finally have reason to have some degree of confidence in our scouting department.  

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Posted (edited)

 

           Sometimes you just need a chance...

 

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the more the merrier competition is never bad you never know when a player you can bring in can be great on special teams or etc 

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I’d like to think there is not a single WR we have NOT looked into. 

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Colts signed Cincinnati WR Mekale McKay.

McKay (6'4/207) spent three seasons at Cincinnati after transferring from Arkansas, finishing his Bearcats career with 87 catches for 1,717 yards (19.7 YPR) and 17 touchdowns. He showed good-not-great athleticism at the Combine, running 4.55 with a 35-inch vertical and 10-foot-3 broad jump. McKay struggled with drops in college and lacks crispness in his routes, but has some field-stretching tools. He reminds a bit of Raiders WR Andre Holmes.

May 2, 2016, 5:42 PM

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50 minutes ago, OldTimeAFLGuy said:

Colts signed Cincinnati WR Mekale McKay.

McKay (6'4/207) spent three seasons at Cincinnati after transferring from Arkansas, finishing his Bearcats career with 87 catches for 1,717 yards (19.7 YPR) and 17 touchdowns. He showed good-not-great athleticism at the Combine, running 4.55 with a 35-inch vertical and 10-foot-3 broad jump. McKay struggled with drops in college and lacks crispness in his routes, but has some field-stretching tools. He reminds a bit of Raiders WR Andre Holmes.

May 2, 2016, 5:42 PM

 

...that should amp up the interest in this forum

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Give me Hakeem Butler or Miles Boykin in the 2nd or 3rd. 

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11 hours ago, BillsFanForever19 said:

"So this interest in McKay is interesting" is some good stuff.

 

"Mekale McKay the large target of the San Antonio Commanders has interest from the Buffalo Bills we are learning."

 

Punctuation???  I don't need no stinking punctuation!!

 

Another Talbot hack job.  

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9 hours ago, OldTimeAFLGuy said:

Colts signed Cincinnati WR Mekale McKay.

McKay (6'4/207) spent three seasons at Cincinnati after transferring from Arkansas, finishing his Bearcats career with 87 catches for 1,717 yards (19.7 YPR) and 17 touchdowns. He showed good-not-great athleticism at the Combine, running 4.55 with a 35-inch vertical and 10-foot-3 broad jump. McKay struggled with drops in college and lacks crispness in his routes, but has some field-stretching tools. He reminds a bit of Raiders WR Andre Holmes.

May 2, 2016, 5:42 PM

Hmmm... I wonder which hulking WR in this draft has been described as a "straight lined, stiff hip receiver who lacks concentration and can't run the route tree"?

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7 minutes ago, machine gun kelly said:

I guess this topic can now be closed by the mods.  The OP, no worries on sending this over.  It was interesting.

Did he get picked up somewhere?

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21 hours ago, WotAGuy said:

“Breaking...”??

 

This is news, much less “Breaking” news?

 

Breaking: I am enjoying tonight’s Final Four games!

 

Just because you are behind a computer screen doesn't mean you need to be flip and rude.  Amazing how the internet has turned people into animals simply because they can be snide, rude, and flip from the safety of their homes.  I guarantee you acted like this to someone's face, you'd pull back a smile that's all gums.

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