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Brady Unlimited III: Wolverines in the NFL & NFL News

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  • #2
    wolverine tracks
    Benny Blades~"If you break down this team man for man, we have talent to compare with any team."


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      • #4
        Forgot the NFL thread already got started! We'll have to merge them.


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          • #6
            Actually, not much worth merging, so I just deleted it. I guess deleted threads ultimately slip down the front page and disappear?


            • #7
              Yes, they do.


              • #8
                The NEW CASTLE (PA) NEWS reports today that it has confirmed the engagement of Ben Roethlisberger to, “Lawrence County (PA) native Ashley Harlan, a 2004 graduate of Laurel High School.

                The Harlan parents must be so very proud…..their daughter has hit the $$$ jackpot and only had to trade-in her self respect. But the truck ‘Ben the rapist’ has promised to buy dad is going to be sooooo nice!
                Oh my nerves!


                • #9
                  She's an old fashioned girl. She won't live with him until they are married.

                  Imagine that.
                  I put my phone on "airplane" mode, and now its in a holding pattern over Atlanta


                  • #10
                    Can't wait for real football news!


                    • #11
                      You maybe waiting for awhile JD.


                      • #12
                        Never mind the douchebag that posted this on youtube. I think it's cool that he's still got fire about how the draft went and love for his parents.



                        • #13
                          Has anyone seen the size of TB's house that he is building in california. Its ridiculously huge!


                          • #14
                            Trying to keep things interesting, next week thirty-two nfl alumni from each team will announce second round picks for the 2011 nfl draft. Below is the list of players involved.

                            On Thursday, the NFL announced that they will have one legendary alumni from each team announce the selections for the second round of the 2011 NFL Draft. The first round of the draft is set to take place on April 28 (Thursday) with the second and third round to take place on April 29 (Friday).

                            Here’s a list of the representatives from each team that are scheduled to announce the second round selections:
                            • Arizona Cardinals, Aeneas Williams (CB)
                            • Atlanta Falcons, Jessie Tuggle (LB)
                            • Baltimore Ravens, Peter Boulware (LB)
                            • Buffalo Bills, Andre Reed (WR)
                            • Carolina Panthers, Brad Hoover (FB)
                            • Chicago Bears, Richard Dent (DE)
                            • Cleveland Browns, Paul Warfield (WR)
                            • Dallas Cowboys , Charles Haley (DE)
                            • Denver Broncos, Shannon Sharpe (TE)
                            • Detroit Lions, Barry Sanders (RB)
                            • Green Bay Packers, Jim Taylor (FB)
                            • Houston Texans, Aaron Glenn (CB)
                            • Indianapolis Colts, Jeff Herrod (LB)
                            • Jacksonville Jaguars, Donovin Darius (S)
                            • Kansas City Chiefs, Willie Lanier (LB)
                            • Miami Dolphins, Sam Madison (CB)
                            • Minnesota Vikings, Chris Doleman (DE)
                            • New England Patriots, Andre Tippett (LB)
                            • New Orleans Saints, Willie Roaf (OT)
                            • New York Giants, Joe Morris (RB)
                            • New York Jets, Marty Lyons (DT)
                            • Oakland Raiders, Willie Brown (DB)
                            • Philadelphia Eagles, Troy Vincent (DB)
                            • Pittsburgh Steelers, Franco Harris (RB)
                            • St. Louis Rams, Marshall Faulk (RB)
                            • San Diego Chargers, Natrone Means (RB)
                            • San Francisco 49ers, Dwight Clark (WR)
                            • Seattle Seahawks, Cortez Kennedy (DT)
                            • Tampa Bay Buccaneers, John Lynch (S)
                            • Tennessee Titans, Jevon Kearse (DE)
                            • Washington Redskins, Doug Williams (QB)
                            There are three teams (Panthers, Dolphins, and Jets) that don’t have a second-round pick in this year’s draft. Instead, their representative will announce the team’s selection for the third round


                            • #15
                              U.S. District Judge Susan Richard Nelson gave the players an early victory Monday in their fight with the owners over how to divide the US$9 billion business, granting their injunction request to lift the lockout.