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    "Rookie Landry Draws Praise"



    In todays paper,I know its only one game but this could be another late round gem from Ozzie and company...


    http://www.baltimoresun.com/sports/f...orts-headlines




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    Re: "Rookie Landry Draws Praise"

    I was happy with Landry's performance. But I won't be comfortable until I see how he holds up against teams that do a better job of throwing the ball.




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    Re: "Rookie Landry Draws Praise"

    True,but that what we have Ed Reed for coverage wise.Landry came up and made some nice plays at the LOS on Sunday,just what we need from him.




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    Re: "Rookie Landry Draws Praise"

    he just needs to continue on the learning curve and try not to hit the rookie wall.
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    Re: "Rookie Landry Draws Praise"

    Quote Originally Posted by RavenScallywag
    he just needs to continue on the learning curve and try not to hit the rookie wall.

    That's the benefit in having Gerome Sapp.
    It's a new season! It's a new day!




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