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: April 29, 2011, 12:44:37 AM

Man, I really thought we were going to get Kerrigan and then the stinking Skins stole him from us. We should have traded up for him. He is going to be a stud in the league for a long time. As far as Clayborn is concerned I am just down in the dumps on this pick. I thought the Bucs draft experts were all about production? I guess not. Clayborn gets 3 1/2 sacks at the college level and totally regresses as a Senior and has a crippling desease and we pick him. How is that going to translate to the NFL? I am disgusted! Wasted pick IMO. All of the respect I had for DOM just went out the window.

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#1 : April 29, 2011, 12:45:31 AM

Well you're an idiot.


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#2 : April 29, 2011, 12:47:10 AM

Watch Dominicks Press confrence buddy, he's gonna be fine and he answers your questions :)

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#3 : April 29, 2011, 12:48:46 AM

Man, I really thought we were going to get Kerrigan and then the stinking Skins stole him from us. We should have traded up for him. He is going to be a stud in the league for a long time. As far as Clayborn is concerned I am just down in the dumps on this pick. I thought the Bucs draft experts were all about production? I guess not. Clayborn gets 3 1/2 sacks at the college level and totally regresses as a Senior and has a crippling desease and we pick him. How is that going to translate to the NFL? I am disgusted! Wasted pick IMO. All of the respect I had for DOM just went out the window.


Good post.    Most people agree with you.


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#4 : April 29, 2011, 12:49:03 AM

I was only pissed because we passed on Cameron Jordan to get Clayborn.  So it is a matter of personal preference.  But I did grow on Clayborn, was his second biggest fan...next to Bradentonian.


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#5 : April 29, 2011, 12:49:54 AM

Man, I really thought we were going to get Kerrigan and then the stinking Skins stole him from us. We should have traded up for him. He is going to be a stud in the league for a long time. As far as Clayborn is concerned I am just down in the dumps on this pick. I thought the Bucs draft experts were all about production? I guess not. Clayborn gets 3 1/2 sacks at the college level and totally regresses as a Senior and has a crippling desease and we pick him. How is that going to translate to the NFL? I am disgusted! Wasted pick IMO. All of the respect I had for DOM just went out the window.


So many errors there I dont know where to start.   Crippling disease?  Hardly.

Sack stats you like?   Dom explained its about getting in the backfield, disrupting plays, and Clayborn excels at that.  Its not the sack numbers that matter.


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#6 : April 29, 2011, 12:50:21 AM

Clayborn is a beast. It's a great pick because you know exactly what your getting. Listen to all the crybaby's now because midway through the season you crybaby's will act like his biggest fans. That will say it all
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#7 : April 29, 2011, 12:51:46 AM

Clayborn is a beast. It's a great pick because you know exactly what your getting. Listen to all the crybaby's know because mid way through the season you crybaby's will act like his biggest fans. That will say it all
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#8 : April 29, 2011, 12:59:23 AM

Man, I really thought we were going to get Kerrigan and then the stinking Skins stole him from us. We should have traded up for him. He is going to be a stud in the league for a long time. As far as Clayborn is concerned I am just down in the dumps on this pick. I thought the Bucs draft experts were all about production? I guess not. Clayborn gets 3 1/2 sacks at the college level and totally regresses as a Senior and has a crippling desease and we pick him. How is that going to translate to the NFL? I am disgusted! Wasted pick IMO. All of the respect I had for DOM just went out the window.


So many errors there I dont know where to start.   Crippling disease?  Hardly.

Sack stats you like?   Dom explained its about getting in the backfield, disrupting plays, and Clayborn excels at that.  Its not the sack numbers that matter.

Let me explain something to you. Cerebral Palsy affects your motor skills. If you are in the NFL I think you might need them. DUH!

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#9 : April 29, 2011, 01:05:25 AM

Man, I really thought we were going to get Kerrigan and then the stinking Skins stole him from us. We should have traded up for him. He is going to be a stud in the league for a long time. As far as Clayborn is concerned I am just down in the dumps on this pick. I thought the Bucs draft experts were all about production? I guess not. Clayborn gets 3 1/2 sacks at the college level and totally regresses as a Senior and has a crippling desease and we pick him. How is that going to translate to the NFL? I am disgusted! Wasted pick IMO. All of the respect I had for DOM just went out the window.


So many errors there I dont know where to start.   Crippling disease?  Hardly.

Sack stats you like?   Dom explained its about getting in the backfield, disrupting plays, and Clayborn excels at that.  Its not the sack numbers that matter.

Let me explain something to you. Cerebral Palsy affects your motor skills. If you are in the NFL I think you might need them. DUH!


Well thats funny Doc, because  he doesn't have cerebral palsy. He has Erb's syndrome. I would suggest you read more and post less.


Can you discuss his shoulder condition Erbs Palsy?

Mark Dominik   .....His shoulder is fine. Erbs Palsy is what the shoulder is. Its something he was born with. Hes been playing with it and living with it his entire life. Its nothing that gets worse. Its just something that happened at birth and its something hes played with his whole life. Its not something we were concerned about at all as a medical staff.



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Let me explain something to you. Cerebral Palsy affects your motor skills. If you are in the NFL I think you might need them. DUH!

Funniest post I've seen today.

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#11 : April 29, 2011, 01:17:25 AM

Erb's Palsy comes in different degrees and the most common cause of it is indeed a rough childbirth. You're dealing with the deltoid, brachialis, maybe the triceps muscles in the arm and with a trio of different nerves. He's obviously not damaged to the degree of Kaiser Wilhelm II or Joseph Stalin (the most famous sufferers of this affliction), but it would be interesting to examine his range of motion, particularly last year compared to his junior year.

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#12 : April 29, 2011, 01:19:57 AM

Man, I really thought we were going to get Kerrigan and then the stinking Skins stole him from us. We should have traded up for him. He is going to be a stud in the league for a long time. As far as Clayborn is concerned I am just down in the dumps on this pick. I thought the Bucs draft experts were all about production? I guess not. Clayborn gets 3 1/2 sacks at the college level and totally regresses as a Senior and has a crippling desease and we pick him. How is that going to translate to the NFL? I am disgusted! Wasted pick IMO. All of the respect I had for DOM just went out the window.


So many errors there I dont know where to start.   Crippling disease?  Hardly.

Sack stats you like?   Dom explained its about getting in the backfield, disrupting plays, and Clayborn excels at that.  Its not the sack numbers that matter.

Let me explain something to you. Cerebral Palsy affects your motor skills. If you are in the NFL I think you might need them. DUH!

Please please PLEASE tell me you were kidding....tell me you didn't actually think he has cerebral palsy

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Let me explain something to you. Cerebral Palsy affects your motor skills. If you are in the NFL I think you might need them. DUH!

Funniest post I've seen today.
LOL.  The "DUH" puts it over the top.

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#14 : April 29, 2011, 01:23:21 AM

LOL
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