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#30 : June 04, 2009, 09:12:49 AM

Cook, Vaughn, or Pittman.

Which one would you want to backup a previously unhealthy Askew?

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#31 : June 04, 2009, 10:56:44 AM

Cook, Vaughn, or Pittman.

Which one would you want to backup a previously unhealthy Askew?

Roy Williams.

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#32 : June 04, 2009, 04:32:40 PM

Cook, Vaughn, or Pittman.

Which one would you want to backup a previously unhealthy Askew?

Roy Williams.


The DB? The WR? or "Roy Miller?" :))

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#33 : June 04, 2009, 04:35:08 PM

Cook, Vaughn, or Pittman.

Which one would you want to backup a previously unhealthy Askew?

Roy Williams.


The DB? The WR? or "Roy Miller?" :))

lol...yeah....my bad....the human wrecking ball, Roy Miller. He did it at Texas.

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#34 : June 04, 2009, 04:53:14 PM

Cook, Vaughn, or Pittman.

Which one would you want to backup a previously unhealthy Askew?

Roy Williams.


The DB? The WR? or "Roy Miller?" :))

lol...yeah....my bad....the human wrecking ball, Roy Miller. He did it at Texas.

I honestly would love to see that guy in on some Goal line and Short Yardage packages. Just something else to be excited about this year!

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#35 : June 04, 2009, 04:54:46 PM

Bring the boy in and let him battle with Cook and Vaughn. Oh, and he has got to agree to be on kickoff team to bust some heads.


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#36 : June 04, 2009, 05:12:25 PM

I love Michael Pittman but dude is waaaaaay past his prime unfortuneatly, and if we sign him back it should be for the minimum for only 1 year and use him as a backup FB primarily.
Well....obviously.

Maybe we can bring El Trippo Pittman back as that guy who goes out and tests the field before each game to determine which cleats the players should be wearing on their shoes.

No, we already have Dexter Jackson for that job. ;)


Speaking of Dexter Jackson, I heard he just signed a new endorsement deal.....



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#37 : June 04, 2009, 06:55:28 PM

Cook, Vaughn, or Pittman.

Which one would you want to backup a previously unhealthy Askew?

Roy Williams.


The DB? The WR? or "Roy Miller?" :))

lol...yeah....my bad....the human wrecking ball, Roy Miller. He did it at Texas.

I honestly would love to see that guy in on some Goal line and Short Yardage packages. Just something else to be excited about this year!

Me too...I use to love watching "The Fridge" carry the ball for the Bears at Soldier Field when I was younger. It really pumped up the team.

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#38 : June 04, 2009, 07:42:56 PM

the question i ask, is pittman a better blocker than a FB we can sign?

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#39 : June 04, 2009, 09:41:26 PM

the question i ask, is pittman a better blocker than a FB we can sign?
Pittman blocks just fine.  Nothing Lo Neal like, but he has many uses...special teams, he can catch, he is a good through the hole runner.

I would sign him without a second thought.



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#40 : June 04, 2009, 10:43:32 PM

the question i ask, is pittman a better blocker than a FB we can sign?
Pittman blocks just fine. Nothing Lo Neal like, but he has many uses...special teams, he can catch, he is a good through the hole runner.

I would sign him without a second thought.



For where we are right now... Oh yeah.

Pittman wasn't ever my favorite guy or anything, but he's been through a lot here. There are only one or two guys as FB right now we could plug-in, but none of them would have the advantages that Pittman has with this team. O'neal is gone, so I say sign Pittman if we're in need.




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#41 : June 05, 2009, 08:01:56 AM

I think Mike fits better in this style of offense...he is the ultimate downfield guy
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