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2013 TRAINING CAMP THREAD

Originally posted by mayo49:
What's wrong with Sire's nose?

Absolutely nothing. One nostril is oddly shaped and people think she's butt ugly lol. I think she's hawt.
Originally posted by SofaKing:
Originally posted by mayo49:
What's wrong with Sire's nose?

Absolutely nothing. One nostril is oddly shaped and people think she's butt ugly lol. I think she's hawt.

i just think she's 'meh'
Originally posted by DonnieDarko:
i just think she's 'meh'

Fair enough


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Damn, that poll is very one sided, i wonder if they have had that poll previous years and when the last time a team got 40% was?
seattle is good but are they really looked at as one of the top talented teams in the league? i dont see it. win some games away from your loud ass stadium before you can sit at the big boy table
Has anyone heard anything about Corey Lemonier? I feel like he is never mentioned in any of the training camp articles.
Originally posted by theginz2004:
Has anyone heard anything about Corey Lemonier? I feel like he is never mentioned in any of the training camp articles.

He will see the field this year and be eased in like the rest of our rookies. This is what is great about preseason. Now is the time that we can get an extensive look at these rooks
Originally posted by NickSh49:
My crazy theory...

She was fooling around with Manny Lawson (or some player), the team found out, and they fired her.

She was hired by the Cardinals immediately after I believe. And the 49ers gave the job to Kegley, who used to be an intern.

yzit gotta be a black dude?
Originally posted by DonnieDarko:


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I'm sure the eagles won that two years ago. Look how well that turned out.
Originally posted by JoseCortez:
I'm sure the eagles won that two years ago. Look how well that turned out.

One huge difference: The Eagles went out and bought most of their roster. The Niners developed most of theirs.
Originally posted by Gore_21:
Originally posted by buck:
These numbers jumped off the page when I read them.

Austin Collie: 4 seasons, 42 games played (10.5/season), 173 catches (43.2/season), 1,845 yards (461.2/season), 16 touchdowns (4/season)

Kyle Williams: 3 seasons, 29 games played (9.6/season), 35 catches (11.6/season), 461 yards (153.6/season), 4 touchdowns (1.3/season)

Collie has played in more games per year. He has almost 4 times as many receptions a year.

Collie's average yards per year is almost identical to Williams 3 year total.

Yeah, Williams is a good guy, a good team player and a solid 6th round pick but it's time for him to step up. He needs to break out or he could be gone. He and Manningham are both free agents after this year which could be a good or bad thing. If they can stay healthy and both come back strong it will be tough to re-sign both but if they are still bothered by injury, get hurt again or can't produce it will make it easy for us to move on to the future. Anyways, back to Williams guy has to find the end zone. He's kind of like Delanie who was a solid all around player and didn't do too bad in the yardage category (much better than Williams) but he too had like a 1.5 average a year for TD's which isn't going to cut it. Walker had 8 TDs in 7 seasons and 6 of them came the last 2 years. There are a lot of guys who can get you 15-20 catches a year and 200ish yards. I think he has a chance to break out with Kap at QB and with him being higher up on the depth chart. Problem is if he would makes you wonder what he would re-sign for and if he can keep it up and stay healthy.

This is all true, but in fairness to Williams, Collie is a very, very talented reciever when he isnt concussed. He has Amendola/ Welker like abilities in the slot. Dude just cant stay on the field long enough to show it off for even an entire season.
We have just signed Eric Wright, I guess we ain't playing this season.
Originally posted by DonnieDarko:


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Where's the option for the Jags