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03 May 2010
Limas Sweed had surgery today on a torn Achilles, suffered over the weekend. He's likely out for the entire season, although I suspect he'll end up on PUP to start the campaign.
Posted by: Bill Barnwell on 03 May 2010
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04 May 2010, 6:36pm by
Thus ends the career of Limas Sweed.
now cant hazv e fun watching sweed drop key pass thuis season
nope but you'll have plenty fun watching receivers run into each other
yes when watch KC Chjiefs games
I dunno - if I were another team I'd take a punt on Limas. He obviously hasn't impressed the Steelers, but the dude used to have some talent...
Wouldn't the appropriate metaphor be to attempt a long field goal, rather than punting?
(Yes I know it's an expression.)
Nah, field goals can end in points.
He never impressed me as a pro prospect. I watched a lot of Texas football, particularly at the time, and I disagreed with his first-round grade. He always seemed like one of those I'm-a-better-athlete-than-you types who also benefited from the Vince Young Experience. He was just the best receiver on a great team without great receivers.
Of course, this doesn't really impact his productivity on the field.
damn that was a good one.
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