ESPN 103.3 Reports: Lincoln Kennedy on the practice field now with the Cowboys

Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by PA Cowboy11, Aug 1, 2006.

  1. boysfanindc

    boysfanindc Well-Known Member

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    You have got to like a guy who's shoes where always color coordinated with his suit.:eek:
  2. gbrittain

    gbrittain Well-Known Member

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    I was actually thinking FB in short yardage situations!;)
  3. boysfanindc

    boysfanindc Well-Known Member

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    I wonder if he could kick off?
  4. dbair1967

    dbair1967 Arch Defender

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    guess you dont pay attention...there's been alot of moves I've been thrilled about...the drafts have been great...getting Bledsoe was great...I wasnt for signing TO because of the potential lockerroom issue, but I have been on record saying he'll have a huge impact on the field...getting Ayodele was a good move...etc etc

    signing old, fat people who havent played in years doesnt get me excited however

  5. AtlCB

    AtlCB Well-Known Member

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    Keep in mind that Kennedy will be brough in for depth. I doubt that he is being looked at to start. I would think that BP can get his butt in shape by midseason. He could help out tremendously if Pettiti or Adams suffers an injury. He would be much better filling in than Fabini, Columbo, or McQuinstan.
  6. Dawgs0916

    Dawgs0916 Will the Thrill

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    Man, I bet this "fatarse" can whoop any of our *****, and 75% or more of the defenders u put in front of him. Geez.
  7. Phrozen Phil

    Phrozen Phil Well-Known Member

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    1) As noted before, he called the Cowboys, not the other way round.
    2) His stted motivation was to be on a team that could win the Superbowl. He sees the potential for success in Dallas.
    3) He has an impressive resume. This guy was leader on a Gruden-coached team.
    4) The Cowboys gave up nothing to get him here. If he impresses, great. If he doesn't, nothing is lost except a little bit of somebody's time.

    All these things may not amount to a lot, but unlike some past decisions, there is no risk to this team. What's not to like?
  8. 1fisher

    1fisher Well-Known Member

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    I totally agree with this statement...... I'd like to see anyone on this board go up against kennedy! Why don't some of you that have been ripping him apart board a plane and go try out for our offensive line! Think you can do better??????:D
  9. CIWhitefish

    CIWhitefish Active Member

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    Doesn't anyone realize that 2-3 years removed from a pro bowl career means you have to be awful and not worth a look? Who cares if it doesn't cost us anything. I may not be in the Dallas organization but even I can tell he has no skills by what I read on my little monitor. Can't you all see that?

  10. Idgit

    Idgit That sounds really boring Staff Member

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    Really? I get hot just thinking about it.
    Out of curiousity, anybody remember how old/big Ray Donaldson was when we signed him in '95?

    ABQCOWBOY Moderator Staff Member

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    Injured, if memory serves.
  12. Cogan

    Cogan Well-Known Member

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    As was mentioned earlier, we should at least give him a shot at NT. Cleveland has Ted Washington starting at NT @ age 38 & a svelt 365, (which means he's a lot closer to 380).

    All Kennedy would have to do is just get in the way of the OC & an OG, and let the LBs make the plays. It would take at least two players to move him out of the middle. By that time, SOMEONE is bound to make a play on the ball carrier.....:) .

    Or put him at OC when we have to play against 3-4 defenses. Same theory. Problem with that, though, is that he would have to move in that situation.
  13. Merlin

    Merlin Active Member

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    If he was 6'3" or shorter, then he would be terribly out of shape to weigh 380 lbs but this guy is 6'7". Not to mention that he could drop about 20 lbs easily in training camp and probably be at his playing weight when he was All-Pro. Yeah, I know it was listed at 335 lbs but we all know how accurate that is. Its a no lose situation. Sometimes taking a rest like he did gives the body time to heal. We will see.
  14. BigDFan5

    BigDFan5 Cowboys Make me Drink

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    I bet he could clog up the middle of a line as a NT :D
  15. boysfanindc

    boysfanindc Well-Known Member

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    I think you are kidding?

    6'7" kind of tall for a NT, don't you think?

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