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#90 : May 15, 2012, 10:55:16 PM

Is it just me or does Free's new body weight make him look like Cam Newton. Love it.


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#91 : May 16, 2012, 09:38:00 AM

Is it just me or does Free's new body weight make him look like Cam Newton.


I was thinking he looked like Chris Simms.


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#92 : May 16, 2012, 05:01:24 PM

He looks like he is in great shape either way. Strong, big, and maybe running a 4.7-4.8 now. A 6'6 235-240 pound Freeman will be deadly.

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#93 : May 16, 2012, 05:11:35 PM

Is it just me or does Free's new body weight make him look like Cam Newton.


I was thinking he looked like Chris Simms.

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#94 : May 16, 2012, 07:02:16 PM

Again.....he looks good. Healthy.


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#95 : June 22, 2012, 09:15:38 PM

A new picture of Freeman from his twitter:


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At @Royals vs @Cardinals w/ two of my @CAA_baseball brothers @dfreese23 and @jonjayU Let's get it started! ‪#playball‬ pic.twitter.com/OG2P5hu3



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#96 : June 22, 2012, 09:24:01 PM

I prefer this one!




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#97 : June 23, 2012, 12:20:40 AM

A new picture of Freeman from his twitter:


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At @Royals vs @Cardinals w/ two of my @CAA_baseball brothers @dfreese23 and @jonjayU Let's get it started! ‪#playball‬ pic.twitter.com/OG2P5hu3



Is it just me, or does Free actually look kind of SCRAWNY in this one...?


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#98 : June 23, 2012, 12:47:54 AM

A new picture of Freeman from his twitter:


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At @Royals vs @Cardinals w/ two of my @CAA_baseball brothers @dfreese23 and @jonjayU Let's get it started! ‪#playball‬ pic.twitter.com/OG2P5hu3



Is it just me, or does Free actually look kind of SCRAWNY in this one...?

Someone...get that dude a sandwich.


Hell, brees might not be as accurate as manziel.

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#99 : June 23, 2012, 01:27:31 AM

Was thinking the same thing ^ ^ ^

Could just be the way he's positioned. In the other pic at the same game he looks fat lol

He doesn't look very big in the mini camp pics though... which kind of worries me.

I understand the benefit his weight loss gives... a little more speed... but let's be real for a minute... One of Freeman's biggest strengths was his size. That was the one thing that everyone could agree on coming out of college that he would have going for him.

We'll see how much this weight loss helps.

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#100 : June 23, 2012, 02:15:17 AM

In 2010 Freeman was his most deadly while on the run. He was killing teams with timely running.  Many of the 4th qtr comebacks over the last several seasons could not have happened without him running.  IMHO, I actually believe he IS a running QB but last year Rah & Olsen put the nix on running and wanted him to become " more of a pocket passer". It seemed like that's all he talked about in interviews, how he wanted to become more of a pocket passer.  I think that's part of the reason he had so many INTs.  In the back of his mind he had the coaches telling him to stay in the pocket.  Also, he did have injuries and I think they thought if he ran he might get hit and aggravate those injuries.  All the coaches did is make him look like a deer in headlights.  He has the potential to be like a McNabb or Dante Culpepper ( good version not later years ).

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#101 : June 23, 2012, 07:53:07 AM

You guys kill me with the scrawny talk. In what would is 6'6" 245lbs considered scrawny? I guess you guys would rather him go back to looking like this....




The kid is healthy and lean....not scrawny. Peyton Manning is 6'5" 230lbs. Is he too scrawny? Cam Newton and Joe Flacco are both 6'6" 245lbs....are they scrawny? Jason Campbell is 6'5" 230lbs. Phillip Rivers is 6'5" 230lbs. Eli Manning is 6"4" 218lbs. Even big Ben Roethlisberger is listed as 6'5" 240lbs.

Just because Freeman has been carrying around baby fat until now, and your use to seeing him chubby.....doesn't in any reality, make 6'6" 240lbs "scrawny".

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#102 : June 23, 2012, 08:02:41 AM

Just because Freeman has been carrying around baby fat until now, and your use to seeing him chubby.....doesn't in any reality, make 6'6" 240lbs "scrawny".

If he still weighed 240, that would be awesome. I don't think he's anywhere near that.

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#103 : June 23, 2012, 08:20:38 AM

He's 6'6" with an athletic build.....it would be pretty hard for him to get under 240lbs. Hell, skinny Joe Flacco is listed at 245lbs. You think Freeman is skinnier than Flacco? Truth is he was around 260lbs-265lbs and he is now down to 240lbs-245lbs. He said so himself. I'm stoked he is in such good shape. I think part of his problem last year was his bad conditioning.
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#104 : June 23, 2012, 08:40:25 AM

Is he too skinny here? Just curious. lolz


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