White Purge 2011

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  1. ToughJ.Riggins

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    Well, the proud black Panther Hatie Smith- and coward GM Jerry "Bungholo" Angelo- start the annual white purge, as perusual, with the cutting of a white RB (this time: Dan Dierking).

    It's now close to a shoe in- that "Northern and Foreign" Andy Fantuz will soon follow. Looking at the Bears 1st pre-season game reports, it looks as though Dane Sanzenbacher and Fantuz didn't get much of a shot to make receptions. Hopefully this team TOTALLY implodes and racist pr*ck Hatie is finally shown the door.

    I have to admit that Kahlil Bell- despite a lousy college resume and suspension for being a bad teammate- (he had an efficient Jr. season, before tearing his ACL, and then ran for a paltry 2.8 YPC as a senior) and measurebles that don't really pass the eye test- performed well in the first pre-season game. Bell did make that one long run as a rookie after getting a chance that NO WHITE RB would ever get with his resume, injury history and ankle problems in rookie training camp.

    I still think Dierking could easily have become the Bears 3rd most valuable RB this year (maybe an important contributer as a 3rd down back/ slotback and special teamer if given a chance). Chester Taylor has rapidly declined- as he averaged a ridiculous 2.4 YPC last year. Harvey Unga is too straight lined, but is also not really a good enough run blocker to make a good FB either. May this HATIEFUL RACIST team go 0-16!
     
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  2. whiteathlete33

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    David Vobora was also released. This is a guy who was supposedly going to be a starter.
     
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    Looks like the team thought Mr. Irrelevant was indeed irrelevant. Was he still with the Rams?
     
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    Yes, and what's even more frustrating is that Dan Connor has been relegated to the bench in favor of Thomas Davis. Connor has Pro Bowl type skills and he's second on the depth chart to a very average linebacker in Davis.
     
  5. Leonardfan

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    Chase Reynolds was cut by Seattle.

    I think Vobora will find a spot sooner rather than later. He is a solid young LB.
     
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    Logan Payne can be a fine NFL receiver, but I doubt he survives the Jets' cuts. My guess is that between Payne and Scotty McKnight, one will make the practice squad and the other will be cut outright.

    WR Logan Payne jumped out today for two good reasons — back to back touchdown catches from QB Mark Sanchez in full team drills. Not only were the catches good, but they were both a bit shy of the goal line and Payne made some deft scrambles to get them in.

    The 6-foot-2 wide receiver in his third NFL season has some still competition to make the 53-man roster when cuts are made after the third preseason game, but Payne made a case today. (New York’s backpage writers would love to see him in the mix, just think: Lingering Payne, Joy and Payne, Logan’s Run... the possibilities are endless.)

    If Plaxico Burress, Santonio Holmes, Derrick Mason and Jeremy Kerley are the Jets top four receiver, there is a competition for the fifth spot. Patrick Turner has looked good, but the 6-foot-5 wide out of USC is a far less explosive Burress. Michael Campbell had a few nice catches today, and Scotty McKnight runs some crisp routes. Even Verona, N.J. product Dan DePalma caught a hard pass from back, backup quarterback Drew Willy.

    http://espn.go.com/blog/new-york/jets/post/_/id/6427/no-payne-no-gain
     
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    Yes, it looks like "caste" Carroll has already cut Chase Reynolds. Thomas Clayton looked good on that TD run, where he made a great cut bouncing it to the outside. He showed me more talent than I thought he had. Clayton may have fair and square ended up winning the battle for a roster spot.

    With Reynolds college resume though and solid film and measurables, and only 4 other tailbacks on the team, he deserved more than a mere 6 carries in the 1st pre-season game to show something. Such is the MO for caste clown Pete "company prostitute" Carroll, who wanted to bring in California's all time leading H.S rusher (Gerhart) into USC as a FB or LB! LMFAO.

    Just looked, it looks like Reynolds was waived to make room for Nevada back Vai Taua. We know Carroll prefers darker prospects, we'll see how that works out.
     
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    I didn't see it reported on CF yet, but "unstarvin" Marvin and the Bungles have already waived athletic S Brian Lainhart, the rookie out of Kent State. The Bungles also waived small schooler LB Keith Darbut who had similar measurebles to Dwight Freeney and Jevon Kearse in their primes. Darbut has an insane 10 yard clip close to Chris Johnson's and better than Jamal Charles, if the report I read was accurate (which doesn't seem possible).

    Looks just like last year, with Matt Jones, Marvin Lewis is hell bent on not giving white athletic freaks a legit shot in preseason.

    He prefers working with violent dangerous thugs who have lost a lot of their abilities like Pacman Jones.

    In other news the Browns cut Maryland LB Alex Wujciak.
     
  9. white is right

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    I figured waiver wire cuts would be his downfall. But a waiver wire cut of a guy who is just a dark horse to make the roster ? It looks like he was brought into camp to be tackling dummy. Hopefully he gets a real shot with an injury in another camp.
     
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    Jon Stinchcomb OT for the Saints was released
    Regarding Lainhart getting cut...I hope Tom Nelson makes the team at least.
     
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    I noticed Chase Reynolds was signed by the Rams. Hopefully he is given a chance to at least land on the practice squad. We know that Carroll had his hand on the Blarney Stone when he welcomed Reynolds into the Seahawks training camp....:thumbdown:
     
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    We're getting closer to the annual ethnic cleansing and ridiculous demotions of White players in favor of lesser talented black ones:

    Bengals.com's Geoff Hobson suggests Andre Caldwell is "getting in the mix with the starters" at receiver. New OC Jay Gruden "can't say enough good things about Caldwell," and Hobson expects him to "take the load" off A.J. Green and Jerome Simpson. The inference is that Caldwell may be ahead of Jordan Shipley on the depth chart. Gruden suggested this past offseason that Shipley had to get past a hesitation to go over the middle.
     
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    I just wanted to ask how long do you think it will take for Anthony Gonzalez to get cut?
     
  14. ToughJ.Riggins

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    Samuel Gigurre was waived (after getting injured) by the Giants. With all the talent and depth of the Giants receiving core I saw this coming whether he got injured or not. Gigurre might have to go back to his home country's CFL.

    Matt Gianone, I don't think Gonzalez will get cut this year. He has lots of talent, but has had trouble staying healthy. He may fall out of the league soon though when his contract expires with the "white friendlier" Colts.
     
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    Tom Nelson was cut from the Bengals today because they Bengals traded for an overrated guy who can run fast in a straight line Taylor Mays:crazy: but has no football talent at all.
     
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    Here is another.

    Packers waived WR Brett Swain.



    Swain was active for all 16 games a season ago, but notched just six catches for 72 yards, playing primarily on special teams. Swain's chances of being a contributor this year went out the window when Green Bay drafted Randall Cobb and re-signed James Jones.
     
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    As long as you aren't Ted Kennedy!
     
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    The Jags cut WR Greg Ellingson out of FIU today as well.
     
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    The Chiefs released Chris Manno, WR out of Hofstra today. I haven't paid much attention to this Chiefs' preseason, so I don't know how Manna was used, or if he was even given a fair shot (I doubt it.)

    Another cut was Eric Bakhtiari, LB. This cut is a big disappointment, because he is an absolute stud. His problem is that outside of the first preseason game, he's been sidelined with injuries for over two weeks. I hope that after he heals up, either the Chefs sign him to the PS or another team picks him up. The former is more likely.
     
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    Max Komar and strong safety Tommy Irvin were also cut today.
     
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    I read that Komar was waived/injury as a result of a 3rd degree MCL sprain, which takes 3-5 weeks to rehab.
    If he clears waivers, (from what I've read) then the Cards have to either place him on IR or negotiate an injury settlement. If the latter is done, then he is clear to sign with any team, or re-sign with the Cardinals. From looking at Card's fansites, Komar was doing just fine until his injury.
     
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    WR Max Komar, who had a knee injury, cut by the Cardinals.
     
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    it hurts to see semi established guys with NFL experience who, we were all hoping, would get more PT to get cut... Komar, Swain, Schommer... damn!
     
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    Swain getting cut is a real dissapointment. He looked like a solid Flanker, but more likely solid slot prospect for the Pack last year.

    Despite the Packers being the "whitest" team in the NFL last year- GM Ted Thompson is a coward and has never been "white friendly". According to a news article, McCarthy was fond of the way Justin Beaver looked in mini-camp a few years back, but Thompson didn't give him the time of day. Beaver's game and skill set are very similar to Woodhead btw. Thompson prefered to keep such star RBs as DeShawn Wynn- and some other guy so unimpressive I can't even remember his name.

    On to the state of the Packers this year. I think Thompson wimped out and realized he was getting close to that forbidden majority white roster, so he has avenged that this year by his onslaught of white players. Gotta get with the quota program "you company prostitute" Ted Thompson or else be accused by the whiterivals media and MJD of those Yahooligans' blogs of being "pro-white". He couldn't have that! In the NBA, just look at all the hate Larry Bird got- for having 6 out of the 13 players on the Pacers be white.
     

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