Putting My Best Knee Forward

Mainstreet

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Get well Harry! Cardinals need a running back. :wink2:
 

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Get well soon Harry! Your knowledge and insight on the draft and Cardinal needs is so awesome. I love reading your posts!!
 

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Thanks to all for the kindnesses. I’m stunned I’m still around. It’s been a great ride and I’ve had more than my fair share of good times. Thinking the best is yet to come Cards-wise.
 

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I haven’t been ignoring your emails. They just replaced my right knee. I did the left one about 12 years ago. It’s one bear of a rehab. Not much was missed while I was out of it. Two nice jobs on reworking contracts. Gives the Cards the flexibility to grab an RB or a pass catcher. The rest of the division is working hard, but I think the Cards have accomplished the most.

I don’t like the new backup QB. He’s a pro, but not a strong one. If Murray misses much time the Cards will struggle. With a good draft, this could be a very strong team. Nothing has changed from my recent posts about targets. They don’t need a bunch of guys but it would be a major plus if they hit on the first two rounds. They just need to be patient and let the prospects come to them.

Everyone > Streveler

So while I'm no fan of McCoy at least it's an upgrade.

Good luck with the knee.
 

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The more i think about it, the more i sense th James Connor rumor to become reality. Cardinals will need ot still draft a running back after they cut Eno. ( assuming they cut Eno, if he cant even play special teams what is his exact purpose on team )
 
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