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"With all this draft talk it must be the week before Thanksgiving. For my two cents, I think the LBs are in more need of an upgrade than anything else. Watch Green Bay or Pittsburgh and watch their LBs. Ours look like they're running with cement boots on." - beerode
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Vince Grzegorek at Scene posted a quote yesterday from a former “player” for the Cleveland Browns, Nate Jackson. You don’t remember the tenure of Nate Jackson as a member of the Cleveland Browns? I am guessing I might be able to find him if I search old roster moves on NFL.com, but he doesn’t have any stats applied to his name since 2008. Apparently, though, he was on...
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