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pacman possibly to be traded...

Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by sweeper, Jan 11, 2008.

  1. sweeper

    sweeper New Member

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    Pacman info...To be hoenst, i would love to have him here no doubt if its for a 5th a 6th or something of that nature its far more worth that hten a sutpid trent green trade was is or ever will be unless it helped beck to become the next Great QB in the league.


    http://www.philly.com/dailynews/spo...urces__Heckert_favorite_to_be_Falcons_GM.html

    first it says...Philly needs a shut down man...isn't Lito a Shut down corner already?

    TWO, was Pacman that good during his early years of playing to be considered a Shut down? never got to follow him taht much.
     
  2. andyahs

    andyahs New Member

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    Not a BP guy and not worth the trouble IMO.
     
  3. Breed

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    I love his talent, but I doubt our new management would be willing to bring in his kind of character.
     
  4. Coral Reefer

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    Back in Miami

    The coach for Cell Block "B" is reportedly offering Pac Man for 8 cartons of cigs, a monthly conjugal visit and a move from dish duty to prison librarian.
     
  5. unluckyluciano

    unluckyluciano For My Hero JetsSuck

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    No.
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    One incident fine give him another chance, more then one in a years span. Your fooling yourself if you think he'll change. Especially when there has yet to be any remorse.
     
  6. unluckyluciano

    unluckyluciano For My Hero JetsSuck

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    So when did you get out ? :bighug:
     
  7. Conuficus

    Conuficus Premium Member Luxury Box

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    Well away from here
    Classic :hi5:

    Why on earth would we be interested in this guy? We have enough rain in Miami, we don't Pacman to make it rain here.
     
  8. Swampfox

    Swampfox Season Ticket Holder

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    God no , no way do I want that guy on my team. I live in Nashville TN so I hear more than most do about him. As bad as his trouble has been , he is still running with the samr crowd and that just tells me hes gonna be right back in trouble again.
     
  9. Conuficus

    Conuficus Premium Member Luxury Box

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    Well away from here
    There is an old saying where I come from:

    "You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make the son of a ***** drink it."
     
  10. PhinsPhan122

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    Actually we have been in a drought and there are water restrictions. But we don't want that kind of rain, from Pacman. Remember, Bill Parcells said no thugs or hoodlums.
     
  11. PhinGeneral

    PhinGeneral PC Texas A&M, Bro Club Member

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    Parcells has already said he doesn't want players with character issues. Pacman is practically the poster boy for them.
     
  12. padre31

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    Pacman Jones is the Britney Spears of the NFL.
     
  13. like2god

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    You know, I've come to the conclusion that some of you people would literally sell your soul for a win or two. Character and hardwork have been replaced by flashy touchdown dances and thuggish attitudes. Where is the heart? Where is the chemistry? Where are the players that you can be proud of and root for without feeling guilty?

    Pacman? Do you really think that he is a good character guy and a hard worker that will help this team? He's a punk that really needs to grow up, that's what he is. He isn't a football player, the guy is a thug and he isn't going to change just because he's on the Dolphins.

    I've read a few comments from people here that say "We don't need good character guys. Who cares what he's done? We need players that will help us win". Help us win? How can some of these guys help us win if they're in jail or suspended? Seriously, you people need to stop and think. If a guy has a history of bad behavior like Pacman, Chris Henry, etc, what makes you think that they will all of a sudden behave here and not become a huge distraction that will hurt the team?
     
  14. SMOKE

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    Yep. Parcell's said he didn't want "thugs". That eliminates Pacman. I feel bad for Tennessee. They invested a 1st in this guy and will have trouble getting much of anything in return. Teams are beng real critical of players with off the field issues. Still, for every idiot player theres some franchise out there that thinks they can change them.
     
  15. SCPhinFan

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    I wouldn't take him if he were free. He is nothing but trouble.
     
  16. Biggtyme13

    Biggtyme13 Season Ticket Holder Club Member

    I would sell my soul to the Devil for a Miami Dolphin Super Bowl win.
     
  17. New Era

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    I would rather the Dolphins go 0-64 over the next 4 seasons, than sign that scumbag of a boy "PACMAN" Jones. I do not think the he will play again in the NFL. I wish bad karma on ANY team that he plays for...although it will not be needed. If he does play for another team, chances are he will playing for the Fed Pen Teams. I think he WILL be charged with a :gun_bandana:HIDEOUS crime over the next 3 years. I am sure he will say...:wasntme-sign: as the cop pulls the weapon from his prying hands.

    He is just a thug and a poor excuse for a human being. That pretty much sums up him to me.:thankyou:
     
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  18. sweeper

    sweeper New Member

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    are u european or middle eastern or along them lines? cuz i've heard that as well many times from family.
     
  19. houtz

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    I don't want him here but there's no question he is a playmaker. I'm sure some team will get him and he'll change his ways and be in the pro bowl in a couple years. But I don't want him here in a Miami uniform.
     
  20. DolfanDaveInATX

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    Pacman

    + Liberty City

    = you've got to be kidding me.
     
  21. Danny

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    Please, no more players with a past like his...haven't we have enogh head cases over the years?

    Ozzy rules!!
     
  22. PHINANALYST

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    I don't see a chance of him coming here under Parcells ...
     
  23. #1dolphinsfan

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    Bill Parcells ALWAYS has Troubled people on his team he may say he doesnt want them but he gets them but i dont want Pacman anyways he is going to get kicked out of the NFL soon as he get in trouble again
     
  24. Kudda

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    No moral dilemma here. I'd welcome Pacman as long as he comes cheap. Will he help us win football games? That's all i'm concerned with.

    Too bad it aint happening.
     
  25. endorPHINS72

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    Oh my God...I don't want that punk anywhere near the Miami Dolphins!!! I highly doubt that Ireland and Parcells would either.
     
  26. NorFlaFin

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    Let's make a deal.....
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  27. Georgia Fin

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    I can't believe that there is much of a market for somone who isn't even reinstated. He's still got other charges pending here in Ga., so he may not get back in for a while.
     
  28. Dolphins77

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    I agree with this
     
  29. azfinfanmang

    azfinfanmang Premium Member Luxury Box

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    Absolutely..and heck, I am sure he is gonna stay in "Football" shape while taking his LOA...

    I mean heck, He can line up across from Cecil Collins and Mike Vick and they can practice all those plays made famous in "The Longest Yard".....

    You have absolutely got to be kidding me....right?
     
  30. Kudda

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    Maybe, he was in TNA wrestling for awhile. :lol:

    He may be a thug, but the commish has basicly issued a zero tolerence policy, if little Adam screws up again he may well be out of the league. So with that i'd be willing to take the gamble in hope that he's not stupid enough to forfeit the kind of money that he'd be making in the NFL (something like 1.2 mill last year alone) for his "thug life." But if not, at least he came cheap, and i'd only take him if he came cheap. (4th rounder at the most)

    If I were kidding I would have come up with something a little more clever. :up:
     
  31. azfinfanmang

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    Okay, so lets see....he has been NOTHING but TROUBLE his entire life, and you think he is suddenly going to "Get it"... He didnt even "Get it" after the Topless Party in Las Vegas...also BTW: There is still unresolved implications from that altercation as well as others..

    So you say we give up cap space, a roster spot for some turd that is going to come in, ruin the locker room and get completely banned by mid-season????
     
  32. like2god

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    Yes!!!

    We could sign Pacman and let him play for us until he gets busted again, then he could go to jail and scout all of the inmates for us. We could corner the market on hoodlums. :hi5:
     
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  33. Kudda

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    I haven't really paid close attention to the whole pacman saga. I know he's been in trouble with the law on several occassions, i'm not aware of any lockerroom problems that he's responsible for. So i'm not going to assume that because he's had problems off the field he'll be a cancer to the team.

    I don't know if he's gonna "get it" i'm not his psychiatrist. But the gamble would be worth it is he comes cheap anyway.
     
  34. DevereauxWilson

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    Pacman is a much better return man than ted gin ever will be, and he is better than all of the current cb's on our roster combined. However, the Titans aren't going to trade him.
     
  35. like2god

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  36. Colorado Dolfan

    Colorado Dolfan ...dirty drownin' man?

    Yeah, he was awesome this year!!! :huh:
     
  37. Georgia Fin

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    I heard they want 4 cartons of cigarettes and 2 jugs of toilet wine for him.
     
  38. juniorseau55

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    If Randy Moss was given multiple chances then why not? Get him a simple contract out there with hard incentives. Put rules for pacman and see if he takes full advantage of his physical skills as a defensive back. Will never happen but swallowing our pride to become more succesful is something we need to do.
     
  39. Georgia Fin

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    No thanks, let some other team take a chance on him. We need players who actually appreciate the opportunity to play in the NFL for the Miami Dolphins and realize exactally how lucky they truely are, not spoiled premadonnas who feel the world owes them and continue to squander every opportunity they get. As painful as this season was, I'd rather loose with honor and dignity then cheat and win with questionable players like the Patsies!!!!!
     
  40. azfinfanmang

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    HEY MODS: I NEED THE ABILITY TO ADD "THANKS" MULTIPLE TIMES ON THIS POST!!!!!!
     

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