Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by The30YardSlant, Aug 16, 2006.
have mercy on us fans.....puhhhhh-leeeze.
What is Salisbury saying? Is he under the impression he's still not practicing?
It doesnt happen often, but dammit, you made me fall out of my chair :laugh2:
Actually T.O. praised Jesus in his initial press conference and is a bit young to have been involved in the Kennedy assassination.
But he does kill kittens.
I am going now. It was dark, scary and quite empty in there.
Satan has no age
Hey where have you been, LaTuna? We've never really talked, but I always used to enjoy your posts here before I started posting. Maybe I'm looking in the wrong threads, but I haven't seen you around..
Should have heard Jim Rome's show today. Jim Lampley was filling in and it was all T.O. "the Cancer" talk.
Funny thing is, they never mentioned he might have actually been injured or that Steve Smith has missed as much time in Carolina's camp.
Yes, among other things. He's focusing on T.O.'s self-centeredness and how he is now losing the support of his fellow teammates. He also mentioned that it doesn't matter to T.O. if he loses the support of the entire team or not, because he only cares about himself.
In defense of the show, it's tape-delayed. So they weren't made aware that he would be practicing today.
That's classic! :laugh2:
According to reports, Smith missed 22 days of practice. Owens (if he's actually practicing) missed 14 days of practice.
What kills me the most about Carolina is when we signed Key, he was a cancer and was too old to play. Now he's the missing piece of the Super Bowl puzzle for Carolina and that other stuff has yet to be mentioned.
Guess who's back at practice?
This just in from Todd Archer....
To paraphrase the rap song Terrell Owens released on his Web site shortly after signing with the Cowboys in March, He’s baaaaack.
After missing 14 practices with a strained left hamstring, Owens returned to the Cowboys’ practice field Wednesday afternoon, ending a two-week absence. On Tuesday, Owens ran 100-yard sprints for the first time in his rehab while continuing his resistance training work with associate athletic trainer Britt Brown.
His availability for Monday’s game at Shreveport, La., against New Orleans is not known.
Owens’ absence had become the story of camp, and Bill Parcells’ answers to questions regarding Owens’ status were amplified so much so that Parcells said Tuesday, “this subject is getting a little redundant.”
Owens caused a stir last week when he said he would bring his only medical people and a hyperbaric chamber to help with his rehab, but owner and general manager Jerry Jones said the team did not have an issue with the out-sourcing. Jones said players have done that numerous times in the 17 years he has owned the team.
Parcells expressed a desire for Owens to return as quickly as possible because Owens is learning a new offense for the first time in his career. Having missed so much time should hurt the development as well as the chemistry he needs to develop with quarterback Drew Bledsoe.
Before getting hurt, Bledsoe had directed 21 passes in Owens’ direction and the two connected just seven times.
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You forget that the SILENCE WAS SO DEAFENING that Salisbury can't hear anymore.
"it happens" - OJ
That was the funniest thing I've read in a long time. Thanks:lmao:
I think I'd be more excited about that.