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I'ma see if I can get a Saints Question answered, but I did find one already...






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Albi (Manhattan): What do you think of the Saints picking up Curtis Lofton in the second round?

Mel Kiper: (1:41 PM ET ) I think it would be a good move. The Saints need an LB. They need a big play LB. Curtis Lofton is a heckuva football player. Their LBs overall combined for just 5 sacks. I do like Lofton. CB is the No. 1 need, however. They need a topflight cover man. No question.
 

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Yeah I've been asking Kiper a bunch of questions about why he's so high on Kentwan Balmer. No response yet though
 

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Someone got through:

Albi (Manhattan): What do you think of the Saints picking up Curtis Lofton in the second round?

SportsNation Mel Kiper: (1:41 PM ET ) I think it would be a good move. The Saints need an LB. They need a big play LB. Curtis Lofton is a heckuva football player. Their LBs overall combined for just 5 sacks. I do like Lofton. CB is the No. 1 need, however. They need a topflight cover man. No question.
 

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We need a top flight cover CB and DT. One should come from FA. Guess who?

Usama will be better too. I think we need a safety as much as a CB--- well almost.
 

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albert haynesworth and nashoubmougha usedtobearaider (no clue how to either say or spell that guy's name) but those are my dreams with a focus on linebacker in the draft and upgrading depth.
 

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was haynesworth the guy that spit on someone or did something real shady during a game for the titans and got suspended?
 

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was haynesworth the guy that spit on someone or did something real shady during a game for the titans and got suspended?
he did many things including going after a guy with a metal pipe... I think it was a team mate. He stepped on Gurrode's (center for the Cowboys?) head and ripped it open. I thought for a second he was going beat the you know what out of Fisher for "trying" to discipline him.
 

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albert haynesworth and nashoubmougha usedtobearaider (no clue how to either say or spell that guy's name) but those are my dreams with a focus on linebacker in the draft and upgrading depth.
Cool, I just found out that Nnamdi Asomugha which means "Jesus Lives" in Nigerian
was born in Lafayette, LA.

I wish he would come home but aren't the raiders suppose to franchise him?
 

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Cool, I just found out that Nnamdi Asomugha which means "Jesus Lives" in Nigerian
was born in Lafayette, LA.

I wish he would come home but aren't the raiders suppose to franchise him?
It's Nnamdi :)
His name is SO confusing to spell...and yea, the Raiders are expected to franchise him, but if they don't, MY GOD PAYTON, SIGN HIM!
 

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Every time we think the Haynesworth/Asomugha yak has quieted down, someone has to come back and start bellowing it again.

For the umpteenth time:

[size=+5]NOT GONNA HAPPEN![/size]

Teams don't let guys that good walk. Ever hear of the franchise tag?
 

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Every time we think the Haynesworth/Asomugha yak has quieted down, someone has to come back and start bellowing it again.

For the umpteenth time:

[size=+5]NOT GONNA HAPPEN![/size]

Teams don't let guys that good walk. Ever hear of the franchise tag?
Ahhh I see.

Can you tell me what the future holds for me?
 

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The interesting thing about Nnandi is that he was a first round pick by Al Davis that everyone laughed at. He wasnt on any of teh analysts radar and they all said Al was reaching big time.

When you get a diamond in the rough like that and go against the grain the pick becomes personal. This is the kind of guy Al will take care of and get a contract done with him.
 

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