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05 May 2009
This week's ESPN Insider feature is a look at ten rookies who profile as potential immediate starters at the NFL level.
Posted by: Bill Barnwell on 05 May 2009
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12 Jun 2009, 4:06pm by
why does aaron curry keep getting passed over/overlooked in these sorts of articles?
Why does anyone bother to subscribe for ESPN INSIDER?
Don't you automatically get Insider if you subscribe to their Magazine?
Couldn't you guys just give us a list of the ten guys (without analysis) and then let us have the compulsorary argument?
(the espn insider contract guy)
Seriously. Whoever signed up for any insider service to get news must be out of their skull.
No kidding. What's the point of posting links to articles that most of us can't read?
Amazingly, we have the same people complaining about ESPN Insider articles on seemingly every ESPN Insider post. I'll just cut and paste this from the last time we had this discussion.
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Our Quick Reads essay this week includes discussion of the league's best punter. Somebody alert Rich Eisen.
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