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The Quinton Patton Tank of Truth

Originally posted by Rascal:
I totally agree with you. I think AJ is going to be facing some serious competition from Quinton.

If you just go on attitude for starters, on the one hand we have AJ who never even took up Jerry Rice's offer to run "The Hill" plus showing up weeks late to join Kaep to train in Atlanta. Then on the other we have a kid who is so keen and enthusiastic that he went to buy his own plane ticket and rented his own car to get to the facility to start training. You then read articles about what his ex-coach Sonny Dykes had to say about the kid and hear comments like he had to literally drag him off the field for working too hard and ordered him to go home.

I will say this, I don't know how they are going to work out in camp, but if I was AJ I would start busting my chops. This is the NFL, the moment you lag behind will the moment you lose your spot.

I thought Jenkins ran the hill during the vets ota week. I remember us talking about it or saying he was set to run it.
Monday wasn't the first time one of Quinton Patton's coaches told him to go home.

Former Louisiana Tech head coach Sonny Dykes on Thursday said those words were a refrain the last two years on the practice field in Ruston, La. where Patton often would stay late to work on his route running. "We told him that many times," said Dykes, who is now the head coach at Cal. "'We got our work done today, Quinton. Let's recharge our batteries and go back to work tomorrow.'"

Read more here: http://blogs.sacbee.com/49ers/archives/2013/05/monday-wasnt-first-time-a-coach-told-quinton-patton-to-go-home.html#storylink=cpy
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Monday wasn't the first time one of Quinton Patton's coaches told him to go home.

Former Louisiana Tech head coach Sonny Dykes on Thursday said those words were a refrain the last two years on the practice field in Ruston, La. where Patton often would stay late to work on his route running. "We told him that many times," said Dykes, who is now the head coach at Cal. "'We got our work done today, Quinton. Let's recharge our batteries and go back to work tomorrow.'"

Read more here: http://blogs.sacbee.com/49ers/archives/2013/05/monday-wasnt-first-time-a-coach-told-quinton-patton-to-go-home.html#storylink=cpy

Originally posted by LAFortyNinerfan:
Originally posted by Rascal:
I totally agree with you. I think AJ is going to be facing some serious competition from Quinton.

If you just go on attitude for starters, on the one hand we have AJ who never even took up Jerry Rice's offer to run "The Hill" plus showing up weeks late to join Kaep to train in Atlanta. Then on the other we have a kid who is so keen and enthusiastic that he went to buy his own plane ticket and rented his own car to get to the facility to start training. You then read articles about what his ex-coach Sonny Dykes had to say about the kid and hear comments like he had to literally drag him off the field for working too hard and ordered him to go home.

I will say this, I don't know how they are going to work out in camp, but if I was AJ I would start busting my chops. This is the NFL, the moment you lag behind will the moment you lose your spot.

I thought Jenkins ran the hill during the vets ota week. I remember us talking about it or saying he was set to run it.


He did ? With Jerry Rice ? I didn't know that. You have a link ?
Originally posted by Rascal:
He did ? With Jerry Rice ? I didn't know that. You have a link ?

No I thought I read on here that he was gonna do it with Rice. Maybe it never ended up happening.
Originally posted by LAFortyNinerfan:
No I thought I read on here that he was gonna do it with Rice. Maybe it never ended up happening.


I don't think it happened cos otherwise I am sure the media would have been on it.
Originally posted by LAFortyNinerfan:
Originally posted by Rascal:
He did ? With Jerry Rice ? I didn't know that. You have a link ?

No I thought I read on here that he was gonna do it with Rice. Maybe it never ended up happening.

They talked about it I doubt it ever happened. Would be epic if it did though. If Jenkins has even 50% of Jerry's work ethic then you have a star. Hopefully he takes him up on it sometime it would be awesome for him to pick Jerry's brain.
Maybe after hearing of what Patton did it boosts his work ethic. I hope both see playing time this year
  • Jcool
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Quinton Patton ‏@4_Turnt_Up

New Locker #11 http://instagram.com/p/ZHaz6fKfwZ
Originally posted by Jcool:
Quinton Patton ‏@4_Turnt_Up

New Locker #11 http://instagram.com/p/ZHaz6fKfwZ

Nice!
Welcome rookie!

Show us that hyper active crazy workaholic we have been hearing about
Originally posted by Young2Rice:
Originally posted by Jcool:
Quinton Patton ‏@4_Turnt_Up

New Locker #11 http://instagram.com/p/ZHaz6fKfwZ

Nice!
Welcome rookie!

Show us that hyper active crazy workaholic we have been hearing about

Eeeleven



Look at that play book
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
Originally posted by Young2Rice:
Originally posted by Jcool:
Quinton Patton ‏@4_Turnt_Up

New Locker #11 http://instagram.com/p/ZHaz6fKfwZ

Nice!
Welcome rookie!

Show us that hyper active crazy workaholic we have been hearing about

Eeeleven



Look at that play book

hahah
  • Amir
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oh god. they gave him 11. we aint got 7 years for him to develop.
Originally posted by Amir:
oh god. they gave him 11. we aint got 7 years for him to develop.

Welcome to the party
Originally posted by Amir:
oh god. they gave him 11. we aint got 7 years for him to develop.

And I thought number 11 was a retired number.

I do love the excitement of a rookie!

Good luck Mr. Patton. I think you will do well...