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  • #16
    Both Ted Washington and Willie mcGinest have taken coaching classes outside of football in the offseasons in past years. Once they signed with the Browns it was clear that they would help Romeo in an apprentiship role coaching until they felt they could get there own jobs. Ted Washington is a FA for the Browns but most people exspect he will be helping with a coaching role on our DL. Wlillie will do something simular with the LB's once he retires. Both have played for Romeo in the past and are known as great football minds and leaders at their positions. When they signed Romeo was glad to have them on board for the ladder of their careers, but exspected they would help coach one day.
    Last edited by DawgBone; 04-14-2008, 05:21 PM.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by DawgBone View Post
      Both Ted Washington and Willie mcGinest have taken coaching classes outside of football in the offseasons in past years. Once they signed with the Browns it was clear that they would help Romeo in an apprentiship role coaching until they felt they could get there own jobs. Ted Washington is a FA for the Browns but most people exspect he will be helping with a coaching role on our DL. Wlillie will do something simular with the LB's once he retires. Both have played for Romeo in the past and are known as great football minds and leaders at their positions. When they signed Romeo was glad to have them on board for the ladder of their careers, but exspected they would help coach one day.
      Nothing to do with this thread but this is what excites me the most about guys like David Harris, Patrick Willis, Richard Seymour, and DeMarcus Ware. All those guys adjusted quickly to the ridiculous amount of responsibility they were handed very early in their careers.

      All jumped right in and became leaders and top players on their respective D's. All handled assignments and showed versatilities even veterans have trouble with. While people screamed for Ware to be biltzed more, he was busy learning to handle the very wide array of assignments a true 3-4 OLB has to handle. Seymour lined up everywhere for the Patriots, and basically was a dominant player and leader from day 1. Harris and Willis look to be the best 3-4 ILBs we'll be watching for a long time.

      Football is just so complex that elite talents with coaches heads hold significant value for so ridiculously long. Thats how coaches build trees and "spread their word." BB may be a hated man, but I think in the future his coaching tree will be absolutely sick. Seeing as the Jets have a coach that just might be a significant piece of that tree, it's exciting to see.

      /End rant.

      3-4 love, you know. Obviously theres 4-3 guys like this...

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      • #18
        Originally posted by TheBuffaloBills View Post
        He probably had a blazing 40 time in the combine
        I think he got just under 7.0....




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        • #19
          Originally posted by EvilMonkey View Post
          I think he got just under 7.0....




          wind-aided of course
          lol.

          How about this; Who would win in the 40 yard dash?

          Ted Washington vs. Relay team of Chris Johnson and Jamaal Charles? (one would have to finish before the other started)

          hmmm..

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          • #20
            the browns website says he started one game and played in 5 last year but only had 9 tackles and no sacks
            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pooQi...eature=related

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            • #21
              Originally posted by MetSox17 View Post
              lol.

              How about this; Who would win in the 40 yard dash?

              Ted Washington vs. Relay team of Chris Johnson and Jamaal Charles? (one would have to finish before the other started)

              hmmm..
              Right now I'd have to go with the running backs. Ted would need to stop for a breather.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by yourfavestoner View Post
                Definitely not. He was a great 3-4 NT for a few years, but I don't think anybody would say he was one of the best and most dominant players of all time.
                One could quite easily make the argument that he is the greatest nose tackle of all time. Whether that gets him into the Hall or not, I'm not sure.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Thunder&Lightning View Post
                  No way.

                  375 lbs. at the age of 40 might have some health problems in the future...
                  He'll be dead before 60.

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                  • #24
                    i think if Washington was the greatest ever he would not be on a diffrent every year
                    i think teams would have wanted to keep him around more, thats what i think

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by The Legend View Post
                      i think if Washington was the greatest ever he would not be on a diffrent every year
                      i think teams would have wanted to keep him around more, thats what i think
                      Hes a NT. I cant even name 3 NT's that played before the year 1995? I dont think hes a Hall-of-Famer though.

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