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Old 01-10-2013, 04:49 PM
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OR, y'know, a lot of us wanted him in the draft the last year and were surprised we didn't pick him when we had the chance and are now intrigued that he's available.

Do you people pay a tax per post or something? So much griping, if you don't like the look of the title, why bother opening it and posting garbage?
Because ignorant threads should be recognized as such. Well since so many of you wanted him you should now be pleased that the club did not grant your wish.
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Sounds like he'd get along with Sands.
Whys that?
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Old 01-10-2013, 04:53 PM
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Yeah, let's bring in another brain-dead punk and relish in all the negative publicity we'll receive

Isn't anyone else out there sick and tired of all the "Bengals are criminals" bulls***? The last thing this team needs is a moron like Rainey.
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Yeah, let's bring in another brain-dead punk and relish in all the negative publicity we'll receive

Isn't anyone else out there sick and tired of all the "Bengals are criminals" bulls***? The last thing this team needs is a moron like Rainey.
Hey we dont really have many now besides a jones and a few DUI's scattered about.

but we are still linked to every guy thats ever arrested and are the Jail birds of the NFL dispite the Eagles Starting a dog killer and the Ravens a murder. (is stallworth still in the league?)

Steelers have arrest every offseason. And im surprised a Lion isnt in jail yet.
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This is the same kid who got in trouble at Florida for telling his then girl friend "now you die" or something life threatening like that. Utter trash. No need for a woman beating p.o.s just because he can run fast.
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OR, y'know, a lot of us wanted him in the draft the last year and were surprised we didn't pick him when we had the chance and are now intrigued that he's available.

Do you people pay a tax per post or something? So much griping, if you don't like the look of the title, why bother opening it and posting garbage?
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Old 01-10-2013, 05:12 PM
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OR, y'know, a lot of us wanted him in the draft the last year and were surprised we didn't pick him when we had the chance and are now intrigued that he's available.

Do you people pay a tax per post or something? So much griping, if you don't like the look of the title, why bother opening it and posting garbage?
Because players with off Field Issues are what we are trying to get away from. We are building a different culture here. With guys we wont have to worry about getting suspended for stupid acts like this.

Sure rainey might be useful but somehow I feel if he was in the plans for the steelers next year he still be a steeler now.
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Hey we dont really have many now besides a jones and a few DUI's scattered about.

but we are still linked to every guy thats ever arrested and are the Jail birds of the NFL dispite the Eagles Starting a dog killer and the Ravens a murder. (is stallworth still in the league?)

Steelers have arrest every offseason. And im surprised a Lion isnt in jail yet.
You're right, but the media and ignorant NFL fans in general never give us a break. Even today, I can't go anywhere wearing Bengals gear without hearing a convict joke...

Why add more fuel to that fire?
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Old 01-10-2013, 05:16 PM
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they had that dt from their last draft get drunk and smash into a bunch of cars and only suspended him for 1 game.
lets draft our own guy, do not want anybody else. Teams release guys most of the time because they are not good enough to make it, or its a money thing.the rainey kid is a super no to me.i hope they go after the best guy available in the draft.my choice is the rb from ohio state if he comes out.he is a junior, so he may stay in school another year.
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Old 01-10-2013, 05:19 PM
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I was pretty high on drafting him last year...kinda glad we didn't take him
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We're already regarded as a criminal organization even though our players have been keeping their noses clean recently

Sign him lol

KIDDING He's no Adrian Petersen so let's pass
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Because players with off Field Issues are what we are trying to get away from. We are building a different culture here. With guys we wont have to worry about getting suspended for stupid acts like this.

Sure rainey might be useful but somehow I feel if he was in the plans for the steelers next year he still be a steeler now.
We need to keep it this way as welle.
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Why?

You should probably get more info before starting threads like this. Just a thought.
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Dont be rude, he was arrested for battery
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Exactly. So again .......why?
So I am assuming you cannot come up with a good reason.
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Nope. Why? Because.
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Old 01-10-2013, 05:32 PM
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If Rainey had any chance of starting they would keep him.
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Wow look at the steelers draft class. Complete flops. Will probably set them back a few years:

First round: David DeCastro, G, Stanford. Severely injured his knee in the third preseason game and returned to play the last three games.

Second round: Mike Adams, OT, Ohio State. Placed on injured reserve with an ankle injury after starting six games.

Third round: Sean Spence, ILB, Miami. Tore multiple ligaments in his left knee in preseason finale and placed on injured reserve before regular season started.

Fourth round: Alameda Ta'amu, NT, Washington. Arrested for drunken driving in October, which led to his release a month later. He was later re-signed.

Fifth round: Chris Rainey, RB, Florida. Arrested for simple battery Thursday. He had 162 total yards and two touchdowns as a rookie. (4:12 p.m. ET update: The Steelers have waived Rainey.)

Seventh round: Toney Clemons, WR, Colorado. Signed off Steelers' practice squad by the Jaguars in November.

Seventh round: David Paulson, TE, Oregon. Finished with seven catches for 51 yards in 16 games played for Steelers.

Seventh round: Terrence Frederick, CB, Texas A&M. Waived by the Steelers at the end of the preseason and was later signed by the Giants.

Seventh round: Kelvin Beachum, G, SMU. Surprise of the draft class ended season with five straight starts at right tackle.
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Wow look at the steelers draft class. Complete flops. Will probably set them back a few years:

First round: David DeCastro, G, Stanford. Severely injured his knee in the third preseason game and returned to play the last three games.

Second round: Mike Adams, OT, Ohio State. Placed on injured reserve with an ankle injury after starting six games.

Third round: Sean Spence, ILB, Miami. Tore multiple ligaments in his left knee in preseason finale and placed on injured reserve before regular season started.

Fourth round: Alameda Ta'amu, NT, Washington. Arrested for drunken driving in October, which led to his release a month later. He was later re-signed.

Fifth round: Chris Rainey, RB, Florida. Arrested for simple battery Thursday. He had 162 total yards and two touchdowns as a rookie. (4:12 p.m. ET update: The Steelers have waived Rainey.)

Seventh round: Toney Clemons, WR, Colorado. Signed off Steelers' practice squad by the Jaguars in November.

Seventh round: David Paulson, TE, Oregon. Finished with seven catches for 51 yards in 16 games played for Steelers.

Seventh round: Terrence Frederick, CB, Texas A&M. Waived by the Steelers at the end of the preseason and was later signed by the Giants.

Seventh round: Kelvin Beachum, G, SMU. Surprise of the draft class ended season with five straight starts at right tackle.
difference in the Tomlin Era vs the Cohwer Era.... Drafting......
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This is the same kid who got in trouble at Florida for telling his then girl friend "now you die" or something life threatening like that. Utter trash. No need for a woman beating p.o.s just because he can run fast.
You're right, the text he sent her was "Time to die B***h". I doubt, nor do I think we even consider this clown.
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difference in the Tomlin Era vs the Cohwer Era.... Drafting......

Ummm, Cowher did not do the drafting and neither does Tomlin.

Their General Manger Kevin Colbert does all the drafting and his right hand man Omar Khan does all the signing of players. It is the job of the coach to develop the drafted players, not draft them nor scout them.


Why do people have misconceptions on who does the drafting and the scouting for the Steelers???


http://www.behindthesteelcurtain.com...rview-thursday


Don't confuse the Bengals organization with other organizations that don't have the same person do everything like Marvin.
Here, the article clearly states about the Jets getting a new GM, because they old GM was horrible including getting Tebow. No, that was not Rex, who got Tebow. Rex is their coach who does one thing coach.
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Ummm, Cowher did not do the drafting and neither does Tomlin.

Their General Manger Kevin Colbert does all the drafting and signing of players. It is the job of the coach to develop the drafted players, not draft them nor scout them.
Unless you are a Bengals coach... Then its assumed you are the GM and that you call all offensive and defensive plays.
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He must've raped someone important
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Their 4th Round DT actually committed a more severe crime and they kept him.
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difference in the Tomlin Era vs the Cohwer Era.... Drafting......

Here is the man that does the drafting. Not one word in the article from either Tomlin or Cowher.

http://www.behindthesteelcurtain.com...ral-manager-in
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Whys that?
Sands was recently arrested for domestic violence.
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