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    Bills to sign "7-11", WR Chris Hogan

    Hogan was made famous in Hard Knocks this year because Reggie Bush dubbed him "7-11" (saying he is always open).

    Of course, then he did nothing in camp and was cut.

    At any rate, according to Ben Volin, a reporter for the Palm Beach Post covering the Dolphins, the Bills are signing him to their PS.

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    Re: Bills to sign "7-11", WR Chris Hogan

    I thought it was a 7'11" wideout and my mind was blown


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    Re: Bills to sign "7-11", WR Chris Hogan

    Quote Originally Posted by IlluminatusUIUC View Post
    I thought it was a 7'11" wideout and my mind was blown
    Fitzpatrick would still overthrow him.

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    Re: Bills to sign "7-11", WR Chris Hogan

    Quote Originally Posted by jdaltroy5 View Post
    Fitzpatrick would still overthrow him.

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    Re: Bills to sign "7-11", WR Chris Hogan

    so he'll learn the new playbook by what year? If tjax is still figuring it out.....
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    Re: Bills to sign "7-11", WR Chris Hogan

    Quote Originally Posted by trapezeus View Post
    so he'll learn the new playbook by what year? If tjax is still figuring it out.....
    all about the pick not the book

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    Re: Bills to sign "7-11", WR Chris Hogan

    I thought he was a Hindu.

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    Re: Bills to sign "7-11", WR Chris Hogan

    Quote Originally Posted by trapezeus View Post
    so he'll learn the new playbook by what year? If tjax is still figuring it out.....
    It isn't easy to learn 11th dimensional chess. It takes a while, and you have to make sure to get zero productivity out of a player for at least one season. Good to see Easley is back on the team...maybe we can get our 3rd round pick on the field soon too.


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    Re: Bills to sign "7-11", WR Chris Hogan

    i actually think he can eventually be a decent football player for us so I'm happy about this
    Somebody over at another sports forum is insane. He's a fat-ass who has nothing better to do than run a site like he's some type of powerful person when everyone knows that he's a worthless person. Banning people with no explanation when they simply ask a pertinant question in a chatroom? He removes 1000's of threads that have real meaning to people without so much as an explanation. He barely has a pot to piss in, so his only shot of exerting power in his whole life is to act like an internet Hitler. The funny thing is EVERYONE talks so much s*** about the guy behind his back in Pm's etc. because everyone hates him.

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    Re: Bills to sign "7-11", WR Chris Hogan

    Stating it now. He will be the next Wes Welker for us. This is the guy we need, a sure handed white guy lol
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    Re: Bills to sign "7-11", WR Chris Hogan

    Heh - NHL great Scotty Bowman was once asked if the legendary athlete Wilt Chamberlain could play hockey, he replied, no - too tall - couldn't
    get the stick onto the ice.

    Can you imagine Wilt as an NFL receiver? He would have shattered all the records.
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    Re: Bills to sign "7-11", WR Chris Hogan

    I like this signing, but would of preferred bringing back Naaman Roosevelt, but there's something that Gailey must not like about Roosevelt, IMO. The other player signed CB Crezdon Butler has some good speed and had a good Junior year for Clemson, followed by his Senior year where he was only thrown at 14 times. He hasn't done anything in the NFL, other than a couple preseason picks, but he's never really got the opportunity. CB is a weak spot, maybe he can help, couldn't hurt much more.

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    Re: Bills to sign "7-11", WR Chris Hogan

    Weird...I thought "7-11" was the nickname of Gailey's playbook?

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    Re: Bills to sign "7-11", WR Chris Hogan

    Quote Originally Posted by kishoph View Post
    I like this signing, but would of preferred bringing back Naaman Roosevelt, but there's something that Gailey must not like about Roosevelt, IMO. The other player signed CB Crezdon Butler has some good speed and had a good Junior year for Clemson, followed by his Senior year where he was only thrown at 14 times. He hasn't done anything in the NFL, other than a couple preseason picks, but he's never really got the opportunity. CB is a weak spot, maybe he can help, couldn't hurt much more.
    he cant help on special teams... and last WR/CB on the roster needs to be able to do that
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