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Steven Jackson on Green Bay: "It Makes a Lot of Sense"

In a video produced by Cheesehead TV's very own founder Aaron Nagler at Bleacher Report, Peter King of Sports Illustrated suggests to free agent running back Steven Jackson, "You gotta go to Green Bay."

Jackson responded with "It makes a lot of sense."

The former Rams running back reportedly voided his contract with St. Louis on Thursday and doesn't have to wait until Tuesday's start of free agency to sign with any team he chooses.

Jackson also talks about his relationship with quarterback Aaron Rodgers. See for yourself...

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Mike's picture

Come to us Jackson!! You can be a vital piece in a winning team with Super Bowl on the horizon.

Steve's picture

Jackson, please come! You want to play for a contender yes? We are one in dyer need of a 1000 yard rusher! Come sign with us man!

Yellow Cheese's picture

I'm for Jackson. Reading all the posts, not many talk about his other talents (not being running). Wouldn't it be nice to have a 240 pounds back that is a great pass blocker? Hard to watch AR get blown up from a small back that is out of position. 3rd down could be run, pass block, or SJ going for a pass in the flat...one back with many quality options.

I think MM wants a back that can do it all and confuse a DEF.

Truth is, I doubt SJ would continue his 1000 yard steak...we're a passing team in need of a runner and a blocker. How many SB are won with the QB on their back? A stong blocking RB and a mobile QB can hide a weak OL. Eventhough I think our OL will be much better with Sherrod and Bulgua coming back.

This is why "It makes a lot on sense"

bigfog's picture

Too many miles. Pass.

cow42's picture

agreed.
too old.

enough with the stopgaps.

Mike's picture

The guys 6'2" 240 lbs and and that's exactly what we need for getting those 2 to 3 yards on third down instead of having to throw it. Or I guess you would rather see Alex Green get one of those yards....on two carries. Lol.

cow42's picture

so all you're looking for is a sledgehammer who can get 2 yards.

might as well just get a cheep fullback for that.

not a 30 year old RB with a bazillion carries under his belt who won't make it through a full season.

jeremy's picture

"sledgehammer who can get 2 yards."

Jackson's stats last year were consistent with his career averages per carry across the board and for 4.1 yards per carry.

You are talking out of your ass again cow.

Nick perry's picture

Steven Jackson makes total sense! With a tweak here and there and if the team could stay relatively healthy this team is ready to win now. He could be the missing piece! What a combination, Jackson and Dejuan Harris with Rodgers, Nelson, Jones, and Finley. Go ahead and play two deep Safety, please!!!

cow42's picture

this team is not ready to win now (i assume you're talking about a SB not an above .500 season).

they are weak at...

RB
OL
TE
DL
ILB
S

that's not the make-up of a team that's ready to win.

time to start over.

signing a 50 year old back is not how you start building for the future.

packeraaron's picture

"this team is not ready to win now "

And you'e not ready to make sense now.

Stroh's picture

Aaron, he hasn't made ANY sense whatsoever as long as I've been here, much less now. He's in love w/ the 9ers, so it seems...

cow42's picture

"And you’e not ready to make sense now."

and yet you did not disagree one bit that this Packer team is weak at...

RB
OL
TE
DL
ILB
S

GreenBaySavant's picture

I agree on being weak at:

RB
OL
DL
ILB

Lars's picture

You don't pass on Jackson if the price is right. Benson had too many miles and they snatched him.

The Packers have Harris (very small sample size) and basically nothing at RB. Their so-called "low miles" RB's can't stay healthy to save their lives.

You go after Jackson and offer something akin to what Saturday was gifted with last year, and don't think twice about it.

Walty's picture

Agreed.

Chris Ivory. Come on, Ted.

dawg's picture

TT reached out two yrs. ago, no budge.
Now he wants in, great back.
Love to have him!
Down hill runner, depends on the $$.

Nononsense's picture

Enough with the stopgaps? Your kidding right. TT has not proven he can find a good back in the draft in 4 or more attempts so where do you suppose we find this non stopgap RB?

I say sign the guy as soon as we can and lets stop phucking around. I really like DuJuan Harris so teaming him with Jackson would make a hell of a 1-2 punch at RB for the next 2 or 3 seasons.

If TT happens to finally find a good RB in this draft or the next, great but I wouldn't count on it. So you sign Jackson to a modest contract loaded with incentives and hope he hits every one including the one about winning the SB.

cow42's picture

benson
grant
jackson

stopgaps.

first of all - tt won't do this.
secondly - the dude is OLD. he's nowhere near what he used to be. YOUR BEING BLINDED BY THE NAME.

Matt's picture

Packers need to seriously consider signing Jackson. This idea he is to old,stop gap,is just plain dumb. Ted Thompsons idea of running back by committee approach is a big failure. They need a back that the defense is going to respect and take some pressure off of Rodgers. With as many hits Rodgers took last year, having Jackson just might prevent Rodgers from a potential season ending injury. BTW Lacy will be gone by the time the Packers pick.

sam's picture

I think we all can at least agree that whatever age they are Jackson is a head above Grant and Benson. If the money is right what's not to like about Jackson?

Stroh's picture

Cow doesn't agree. But he's more of a 9ers fan so what does he know about the Packers!

2 share owner's picture

+1

Nononsense's picture

Im not blinded by the name, Jackson is a better player than Benson and Grant even with all the miles on him. Hes had 8 straight 1000 yrd seasons and at 29 theres no reason he can't extend that streak for a year or 2.

Like you said the team has other weaknesses and those can be addressed in the draft. This way TT doesn't have to reach for a RB he can find one in whatever round and hope that he pans out. If not we have Jackson and Harris to legitimately carry the load.

imfubared's picture

Unfortunately MM likes to find 'thee' one back and run him to death until he gets injured then put in that second or third guy who hasn't played squat, doesn't know the blocking schemes, is out of shape and winded, rather than platoon people to give everyone some experience and keep in shape.

FITZCORE 1252'S EVO's picture

I think it would be an absolutely FAN-FUCKING-TASTIC match. He doesn't have ten years left, that's fine, I'm willing to bet he's got two or three, and that's exactly what we need. Name recognition alone makes him worth bringing in if he's realistic about $$$. We need a back to bring legitimacy to our backfield, he would do that from day one.

GBP 4 LIFE

cow42's picture

Name recognition?

suppose you'd want to sign ray lewis too.
bet strahan's still got a couple downs left i him.
randy moss is probably looking for a place to play.

ridiculous.

FITZCORE 1252'S EVO's picture

Nobody commented on my post, that I can see... But, just in case anybody was wondering what I meant by "name recognition", I meant that opposing defenses would have to think very hard about the "threat" of our run game with a "proven" commodity like Jackson back there. Respect, in other words.

Pretty simple stuff, that's probably why nobody that I can see questioned it. And if they did, well, they'd be an absolute FUCKTARD by not getting the simplicity of the statement.

cow42's picture

you'd have to be a "*******d" to think that any defense would worry one iota about a 100 year old steven jackson when the two guys running the offense (AR & MM) are calling the shots.

if you're a d-coordinator and/or a defensive player for an opposing team you MAKE SURE that you think pass-first on EVERY PLAY regardless of which ancient RB is in the backfield.

FITZCORE 1252'S EVO's picture

Just talking to myself here, but, S.J. is the kind of back that would feast on 7 man fronts, hell, he's thrived in the STL with no passing attack against 8-9 man fronts, for most of his career. If defenses chose to sit back in coverage, the guy could average 5 ypc... With our line.Done talking to myself.

cow42's picture

5 ypc
uuuuuuuum......no.

dullgeek's picture

<i>Just talking to myself here</i>
LMAO!

Jamie's picture

This crap about too many miles, too old, stop gap is just stoopid. If TT can do a sensible deal, Jackson would be an excellent addition...no matter how you look at it...without question.

You put a motivated Jackson, looking to show he's still got it...on a contending team with Rodgers and all of the other weapons...it's ON!!!

Period...THE END.

cow42's picture

but he's not good anymore.

i'd rather sign kreuger and draft lacy.

mark's picture

Kruger is going to want a long term deal, (something we can't offer). Jackson will likely be available for a 2-3 year deal. Lacy? Who knows.

I'm having a more in-depth debate on the Jackson topic with one of the CHTV writers over here: http://packerstalk.com/2013/03/05/packers-need-to-pass-on-steven-jackson... -- feel free to weigh in.

But to all the people saying Jackson is done, what do you base this on? Your hunch? The guy has never been hurt and his tape from last year, watch it. He was killing guys, and doing it behind a poor o-line.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bIhuYwawiUA

cow42's picture

watched the highlights.

2 observations...

1) holy sh*t is jackson slow

2) very depressing to see that even the Rams OL is lighters better at run blocking than the Packers'.

Stroh's picture

OK this shows a complete lack of understanding of how the Packers operate. Kruger did NOTHING in 2 years in the NFL, and last year finally showed up and played well. So you want to give up on Perry (who btw played w/ an injury last year) who's younger, cheaper and will be far better pass rusher and player in general than Kruger is now. Just so you can pay Kruger an outragious contract we can't afford.

You seem to think that any player who isn't a stud in year 1 has to be dumped for a high priced FA, who has less talent!

cow42's picture

kruger's on his way up.
jackson's on his way down.
perry's outa' town on the first thing smoking once his contract is up (doesn't want to be and isn't a linebacker)

longtimefan's picture

I say 2 year deal with the 2nd club option (not sure if it is feasible? ) But I wouldnt want them to be on the hook for big$$ for 2 years

cow42's picture

why not?
according to everyone on this site - jackson's a stud!

packeraaron's picture

I don't think Jackson is a stud, but I also don't think he's as washed up as you're suggesting.

Here's a shock - I AGREE WITH YOU. I don't think Jackson is the answer - but only because they already have Harris and they'll probably get Benson back. That is all the backfield they need.

Lars's picture

...until Benson falls apart again.;)

packeraaron's picture

Then they just let Harris carry it. Fine by me.

Stroh's picture

Benson's not injury prone. He had 3 straight 1000 yd seasons himself playing against Pitts and Balt twice a year. The injury last year was unfortunate, but an anomoly, not a pattern. At least Benson would be at the vets min, where Jackson might cost ALOT more. Benson was just getting in synch w/ the zbs and OL when get got injured.

I'll leave this decision to Thompson and the scouts who know alot more. I can't say I've seen enough of Jackson to know what he has left. I know he's been great, but is he still going to be? I don't know...

packsmack25's picture

Benson is so, so bad.

packeraaron's picture

"Benson is so, so bad."

Someone needs to go back and watch the second half of the Seattle game and the Indy game prior to Benson getting hurt...

packsmack25's picture

"Second half of the Seattle game and the Indy game prior to..."

I want a back that does more than have a few good runs in a couple of halves. Benson, his entire career, has been below league average. Guys like Michael Bush, Donald Brown, and Shonn Freaking Greene have made Benson's numbers on a per-carry basis look abysmal. Read those names again. Then watch those blips in a couple of games and hope that they make him a different runner than he is.

packeraaron's picture

<em>Michael Bush, Donald Brown, and Shonn Freaking Greene have made Benson’s numbers on a per-carry basis look abysmal.</em>

I could care less about any of this. So what? There are a million variables at play with each of those scenarios.

All I care about is how Benson looks in the Packers offense - which was damn good.

At least we agree on Harris. ;

packsmack25's picture

I would like to add though, Aaron, that I would be content with Harris as well. He's actually got the chance to be pretty good.

FITZCORE 1252&#039;S EVO's picture

I actually think Benson could do some damage as well, I'd be alright with he and DuJuan. If not though, DuJuan and S.J. sounds pretty good to me.

Kevin VG's picture

I like DuJuan a lot but his size is an issue when talking about blitz pickups. If Benson is the back and gets injured again, DuJuan will have to take that over more and that will be more wear and tear on his body, which will slow him down. Yes Kuhn can do it but then we're back to last year where Defenses can run at Rodgers with abandonment to absolutely kill him and never think twice about the RB possibly carrying the ball.

Philip's picture

Cow, have you considered Jackson may be effective if he isn't the bell cow for an offense? He was injured so much because he was asked to do so much on a shitty offense in St. Louis. He never had a qb. He would not be asked to put the team on his back in GB. I say if you can get him at a reasonable rate, roll the dice. That doesn't mean you can't still draft Lacey to be the back of the future.

mark's picture

Injured so much?? When was Jackson injured so much?

FITZCORE 1252&#039;S EVO's picture

Just from fantasy football memory, I recall Jackson being iffy an awful lot through the years. Almost always suited up though... Nagging injuries .

imfubared's picture

Oh please, stop this stupidity. Jackson is looking for 9 to 11 million from someone. Ted does not have that kind of money and most teams don't. Jackson will end up back with the Rams for lesser money but he sure ain't taking lesser money to play for the Pack when he has been a Ram his whole life.
He wants that final two year mega contract or he plays out his career with the Rams.

ChiTownPacker's picture

All I've heard from Jackson talk about is wanting to play for a contender. He has never been a part of a winning team. And his dream of retiring with a ring will never come true in STL.

packeraaron's picture

"Jackson is looking for 9 to 11 million from someone."

Do you have a link on that? Don't remember seeing that. All I've seen is that he wants to play for a contender.

Stroh's picture

No he doesn't... He's just like Cow talks out of AZZ

Nononsense's picture

Your fubared alright. There is absolutely no way in hell Jackson is looking for 9-11 mil from anyone, im sure he take it if offered but your serously smoking crack if you think that.

I doubt hes looking for more than 5 mil per on a 3 or 4 yr deal to finsish out his career with a team that has a great fan base and is a contender for the SB. Last time I looked, thats a check and a check.

Calabasa's picture

It'll be all about the $$, and we don't have a lot. I would, however, rather see whatever TT paid Benson and Grant go toward Jackson. Would he do something like a 2-year $6m guaranteed w/ incentives? I have no idea what he's looking for, but I feel like that's TT's ballpark.

Stroh's picture

Benson and Grant got the vets min, nothing more. Benson likely had his salary cut when he went on IR as is usually the case, and then they picked up Grant. Combined they 2 of them made barely over the league min for a vet and thats only due to the fact that Benson still got paid something while on IR. Barely over 1M combined. Thats alot less than what it likely will cost the Packers to sign Jackson.

Stroh's picture

Not that I'm against signing Jackson btw. I'm firmly on the fence. He's been a very productive RB w/ over 1000 yds 8 consecutive years. I just haven't seen enough of him to know if he's got anything left. In this case I will leave it up to Thompson and the scouts, but I'm very leery of a 29 yr old RB that has been overused and abused.

calabasa's picture

Agreed- on the fence as well. I think I'm still hurting that we have Alex Green with the same pick we could've used on Marshawn Lynch...

Rocky70's picture

Another "TT Gem". --- Passing on Lynch. Of course Lynch is only the 2nd best back in the NFL at this point.---LOL.

BrianD's picture

AND he's getting paid like it. Would you rather have the Packers be paying a salary to Lynch or Clay Matthews?

Rocky70's picture

How about both?? --- You amateur capologists are funny.

Nononsense's picture

Its only money, its not like TT will have to give up one of his precious draft picks to sign him. Bring him in for a workout and a physical, see what the numbers look like and then make a decision.

Steven Jackson is not a RB that totally relies on his speed to gain yardage and speed is usually the first thing to go with age. His injury history is pretty insignificant and thats with him playing on turf 8 games a year for the last 10 years. I think playing on grass a majority of the time will help extend his career, making him worth the investment.

There is zero guarantee that Lacy or any of the other worthy backs will be available when its time for the Packers to pick in whatever round without reaching for one. Signing Jackson allows us to take the BPA in any round and if it happens to be a RB great if not, theres always next year.

Stroh's picture

Its only money... And in a non salary cap league that would be fine, but money IS the issue!

Nononsense's picture

Salary cap smalary cap, if they wanted to sign Jackson they could. AJ Hawk, Tramon Williams, Jerkmichael Finley are all guys whos production does not match their pay and could be asked to take a pay cut or be cut.

Cut James Starks, let Benson and Grant walk and possibly even cut Kuhn and whamo theres the money you need to sign Jackson if you want to.

Stroh's picture

Benson and Grant aren't on the team nor counting against the cap. Starks could have played his last game in GB too. They aren't going to help getting Jackson to GB. Otherwise your cutting one starter to get another at a position that misses alot of games for players that are 29 and older. The same isn't true for TE, ILB and CB. Its throwing bad money after bad money. How does that help? And plugging one hole to create another.

Walty's picture

Chris Ivory is 24, has only 256 career carries, and a 5.4 carry average. He was buried on the Saints' roster but came up huge every time he got a chance to start. New Orleans is crazy to let him walk.

He has very good size, great speed, and game-changing big play ability. And he'll come cheap.

IVORY FOR RB '13

elhandro's picture

Sorry to burst your bubble but the dude has a 2nd round tender on him.

mark's picture

The amount of people talking out of their a$$ on this one is unreal. Do your homework friends.

Jackson over the hill? Based on what? He was a total monster last season, and the one before, and the one before... An injury risk? The guy has missed 2 games in the last 4 years.

To put him in the same category as Benson and Grant?!?! LOL.

I like Harris too, but really Packers fans? Are we really gonna go through another season of Harris/Benson/Starks/Green. The same cast of characters is gonna get it done?

"Really Packers fans." - Seth Myers
"Really." - Amy Poehler

Matt's picture

To many holes for the Packers to fill and expect the draft to do it. They need a proven veteran or two to help and not these street free agents that TT seems to think will work. Its a win now league and the Pack needs to be able to compete with the 49ers,seahawks and falcons.

Rocky70's picture

I thought Benson was the answer. --- No wait, bring back Grant, he's still got it. Even better, wait for Green to get fully healthy. Then watch what he can do. --This DuJuan dude is something else!! --- Hell, sign SJ. 'Name recognition' alone will put GB in the SB. --- LOL to the fans.

Reality ---- Fix the OL. Then, pretty much anyone will do.

imfubared's picture

I agree. Yes, fix the O line and do it now. Then get rid of the dead wood: Seine, Starks, Koon -do we really need a FB who cannot catch the ball, keep Green and the new guy, Grant is probably already retired or something and find anyone, anyone at all breathing who can carry a football.

Nononsense's picture

If at first you don't succeed, try try again. Fix the OL problem solved, really and how do you suppose we do that?

JJB's picture

Wouldn't it be nice to have a ignore button on here for bloggers like cow. Aaron make it happen

Jamie's picture

YES...an ignore button.

That would take these boards to the next level. If only CHTV would realize how much these blowhards, that even brag about coming here to instigate baseless arguments, alienate quality traffic.

Seems like a no brainer.

packsmack25's picture

You know, a button isn't required for you to, well, ignore.

I don't respond or interact with the troll(s?), and they would go away if everyone would follow suit.

FITZCORE 1252&#039;S EVO's picture

Smack, you are wise, you've been making that point forever... I'm glad I finally heeded. If I see a dog turd on the sidewalk, I walk around it. If I see a human turd on the net, I scroll on. Easy peasy.

murphy's picture

The problem is that we have to sift through the Cow/fubar/Rocky crap to find the good content.

It's like walking down a sidewalk covered in dog doo and only trying to step on the safe spots. Red and gold dog doo.

cow42's picture

championship dog doo, then.

cow42's picture

or dynasty dog doo.

Devil Doc's picture

30 is old for running backs....yes. But he hasn't been injury prone, he's shown he can carry the load and more. He can catch out the backfield, an aggressive lower the shoulder and physical runner the packers could use. The only reason he won't sign in Geebz is he wants top 10 back money. Too many others need to be signed. If he was willing to do 3-4 mil a year, maybe. But he's asking for 7-10 from what I've read on other sites. He also said on ESPN radio he doesn't like RBBC, and wants to be top dog. MM has said before, he plays the hot hand. But it's shown to Verny much be a RBBC in GB, and I don't see him willing to settle for that. Long shot to land in Green Bay.

Mark's picture

Roll out the welcome wagons guys, I really think Ted gets this one done. 12 is in his prime. The window to win is now. Steven Jackson is an absolute beast. And the fans in Green Bay are going to absolutely love him. Our offense will be unstoppable.

2 share owner's picture

Is it just me or, does any contributer on here realize that Cow and Rocky are the same person? I have been saying this forever. Anyone agree?

FITZCORE 1252&#039;S EVO's picture

Who?

2 share owner's picture

cow42 and rocky70

2 share owner's picture

lol, i am following now

MarkinMadison's picture

The only thing I'm shocked by in this whole discussion is Nagler's position that all the Packers need is Harris and Benson at the RB position. I've got no problem with Jackson (if the price is right) but Benson is not the answer, or even a reliable part of an answer. He hasn't averaged more than 4.0 a carry since 2009. In 7 years in the league he has only played 16 games once. Harris flashed well for a few games, but we've seen that before with other players who didn't pan out in the long run, whether for the Packers or someone else.

The Packers cannot afford to stand pat at running back. Jackson may not be the answer. Ivory may not be the answer. Lacy may not be the answer. But the Packers still need to be looking for an answer.

Stroh's picture

And Jackson has only played 16 games 3 times in 9 years. What of it... RB is a position that takes a big pounding. Before thia year, the previous 3 years, Jackson has missed 2 games and Benson just a couple more. Neither was considered injury prone. Both are considered powerful RB that can carry a team, which they have done. Like I said Bensons injury was an anomoly not a pattern.

MarkinMadison's picture

Well, put it another way, Benson has missed 34 games in 7 seasons or almost 5 games per season. Jackson has missed 13 games in 9 seasons, or less than 2 a season. Even if you take last season out of the equation Benson has missed about twice as many games in 7 seasons as Jackson has in 9. A basic truism in the NFL, seldom contradicted, is that RB + over 30 = bad outcome. I'm more comfortable with Jackson on the reliability score if the Packers go down that road. I'm also more comfortable with Jackson keeping his YPCarry over 4.0, whereas Benson has slipped. You've comfortable with standing pat, I'm not.

Stroh's picture

Who said I'm comfortable w/ standing pat? Don't put words in my mouth!!

I'm NOT comfortable giving ANY 29+ yr old RB Millions. Benson is a vet min guy that might average 1.5/10ths of a yard less for about 3 or 4M less in salary! Take the salary difference out of it and I'll take Jackson any second. But Jackson isn't enough of an upgrade or to be worth a few million or more a year, when we have cap issues! I would draft a RB that is younger and has upside instead of paying a beaten up RB a couple million or more a year.

MarkinMadison's picture

Well, we probably agree more than we disagree. I don't think Benson is worth keeping around at any price. I'd rather get younger too. However, I do think Jackson is worth having around "if the price is right." I think he brings more to the table. In terms of YPC because he has not dropped of yet. He still is pretty much what he has been; Benson has dropped off since 2009. More importantly, Jackson brings more to the table in the passing game, as either a blocker or a receiver.

Stroh's picture

Benson is definitely worth bringing back for the vets min. Just looking at stats doesn't get to the issues. Benson played in a power run scheme, he was adjusting to the zbs on the fly. Since he basically missed all of training camp. He was just getting into synch w/ the blocking scheme and the OL, when he got injured. Something he missed cuz he wasn't in training camp. Jackson is a better player, no doubt, but he's not gonna be cheap IMO, like Benson. Both are beat up old pros that run hard. Jackson is the better reciever. For the price, given our cap considerations, I'll take Benson for another year, with Harris having a role and draft a RB in the 2-4th rounds.

imfubared's picture

I'll bet the farm that he and a few others will end up with their original teams unless someone does offer them a ton o money. These guys are just shopping around for a great deal, without a great deal, they will go back to where they are comfortable and take a little less money but be at home.

cow42's picture

christine michael.

BubbaOne's picture

Shea McClellin

Yellow Cheese's picture

I'm for Jackson. Reading all the posts, not many talk about his other talents (not being running). Wouldn't it be nice to have a 240 pounds back that is a great pass blocker? Hard to watch AR get blown up from a small back that is out of position. 3rd down could be run, pass block, or SJ going for a pass in the flat...one back with many quality options.

I think MM wants a back that can do it all and confuse a DEF.

Truth is, I doubt SJ would continue his 1000 yard steak...we're a passing team in need of a runner and a blocker. How many SB are won with the QB on their back? A stong blocking RB and a mobile QB can hide a weak OL. Eventhough I think our OL will be much better with Sherrod and Bulgua coming back.

Pack66's picture

Ahh ha...Old Tightwad Ted will screw it up!!!

He can't stand parting with the sheckles...and he loves the young boys out of college. Harvin went to Seattle, Boldin was traded to San Fran, and what does Teddy boy do...?? He sits on his thumb waiting to pull out a plum in the draft....only it takes too long...

Ted is awful...the Packers won't win with this assclown of a GM again...

PUT A LOCK ON IT AND TAKE IT TO THE BANK!!!

BubbaOne's picture

Apparently, there's not a lock on the cap of your Rx bottle of stupid pills.

Rymetyme81's picture

Samkon Gado is why I'm scared of putting too much faith in DuJuan. I like what I've seen so far but is the Pittsburgh organization really so incompetent that they let the next Arian Foster walk off their practice squad? Got to keep that enthusiasm tempered.

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