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Bigby: I'll Be There

Bigby: I'll Be There

If you can take Atari Bigby on his word alone, it sounds like he plans to be present for the 2010 season.

In a couple of interesting exchanges on Twitter last evening, Bigby seemed to reassure fans that he would be present for what is shaping up to be a mission to the Super Bowl.

Fan: "What's good Atari?"

Bigby: "I'm hearing Super Bowl or die."

Jersey Al: "You gonna be there for the ride?"

Bigby: "Yesssir"

Now there is still plenty of extrapolation to be done here, but that sure sounded like a yes to me. Bigby goes on to solidify his answer a little bit later stating:

"I'll be there, don't trip"

Of course take that for what its worth, but that's a holdout telling his fans not to worry he will be there. Did Jersey Al just break one of the biggest stories of the pre-season?

Time will tell.

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BubbaOne's picture

Glad to hear what I felt all along, he will be there when it matters. Nick Collins said Bigby was getting "his ankle right". It's better for Bigby to be ready for training camp than participating in OTA's. Plus Burnett getting the OTA/mini camp reps obviously helps in his development and his ability to step in if Bigby can't go.

Every Kid Boos's picture

am I the only one who clearly sees a duoble meaning with “Yesssir”?

Jersey Al's picture

Looks that way - please explain...

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