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  • General Zod
    started a topic Harvin and Childress get into at practice.

    Harvin and Childress get into at practice.

    http://nfl-facts-and-rumors.blogs.cb...75988/25675611

    Of course none of us know what kind of effort Harvin was putting in at practice(but he is injured, right?). I will say that so far this since he has been a Viking, Percy has not got into arguments with teammates and overall seems to be very well liked by everyone.

    I also do not question his toughness. Being someone in my own past that had a problem with migraines. That he plays through that pain at times is just unreal to me. Migraines can be excruciating and practicing or playing in a game, or hell being outdoors period seems impossible.

  • GB12
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    Childress is as good as gone if they lose today, and maybe even if they win.

    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=5776714

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  • umphrey
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    Originally posted by MetSox17 View Post
    Don't quote me on it, but i'm sure the team has the option to either place a guy on waivers or just flat out release him. The benefit of waiving him is that the other team would pick up the already existing contract and the waiving team would not take they cap hit they would have if they just released him (complete stab in the dark here, not entirely sure if that's the case).
    I'm pretty sure it's the same thing. People just tend to call it cutting a guy when he either sucks and no one is going to claim him anyway or before the trade deadline comes in (because they would trade him). The whole point of the waiver wire is to give teams like the Bills first dibs on the best players. The entire system wouldn't be of any use if teams could just go around it.

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  • MetSox17
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    Originally posted by PackerLegend View Post
    The Bills would be awarded him since they have the worst record. How exactly do they determine if a player was waived or cut and is there a benefit?
    Don't quote me on it, but i'm sure the team has the option to either place a guy on waivers or just flat out release him. The benefit of waiving him is that the other team would pick up the already existing contract and the waiving team would not take they cap hit they would have if they just released him (complete stab in the dark here, not entirely sure if that's the case).

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  • Jvig43
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    I love these things.

    I am going to go and clean out my locker, and then I am going to kill the entire team with my bare hands to save them from you. haha had me in tears.
    Last edited by Jvig43; 11-07-2010, 01:48 AM.

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  • PackerLegend
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    Originally posted by Tebowfan85 View Post
    HA I could see Denver picking up Harvin . Tebow and Harvin just like the good ole days . bwahahaha
    The Vikings would never waive him and all 31 other teams would want him. The Bills would be awarded him since they have the worst record. How exactly do they determine if a player was waived or cut and is there a benefit?

    Anyways im loving all these reports about the Vikings. They should just absorb the $ hit for firing Childress and alot of problems would be solved already.

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  • General Zod
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    Originally posted by Job View Post
    What's that got to do with anything? Replace Vikings with Bears and Childress with Lovie and it's just as true.
    Um, Im not arguing that at all. Ive always said that Childress was the worst coach in the NFL.

    Edit: Some funny stuff here http://firechilly.com/
    Last edited by General Zod; 11-06-2010, 11:54 PM.

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  • TitleTown088
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    Please don't can him ziggy.

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  • J-Mike88
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    How long is Harvin's contract?
    Did he sign a 4 or 5-year rookie deal?
    Didn't Childress recently get like a 4-year extension?
    How's that looking right now?

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  • Job
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    Originally posted by General Zod View Post
    Any Vikings fans that know anything about football have been calling for Childress to get fired long before this season even started.
    What's that got to do with anything? Replace Vikings with Bears and Childress with Lovie and it's just as true.

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  • General Zod
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    Originally posted by Jvig43 View Post
    Its so funny how a week goes by after arguing who was worse Lovie or Chilly and now it is just accepted Chilly is by far the worse.
    Any Vikings fans that know anything about football have been calling for Childress to get fired long before this season even started.

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  • Jvig43
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    Its so funny how a week goes by after arguing who was worse Lovie or Chilly and now it is just accepted Chilly is by far the worse.

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  • yodabear
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    This brings more to that report before the season that a big reason of Favre indecison part 897 this year was that he couldn't stand Chilly. It seems like that report was extremely true. Chilly prolly makes Mike Sherman seem like ******* Vince Lombardi.

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  • Jvig43
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    Bwhaha everyone in that franchise knows it was a mistake to let Moss go and keep childress, even if Childress tried to get rid of Percy, he'd be gone for sure this time.

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    He would, but Wilf would fire him first.

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