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  • What ever happend to Davis?

    What ever happend to T. Davis? Last time i heard he was "comming" back.. but never heard nething else.. ? Should have asked this a long time ago but never got to me lol

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    Was rehabbing after the Micro-fracture knee surgery in Arizona.
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      His knees are still pretty weak. He finds running difficult.
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        I hope he does rehab completely but I don't see it. How's that for a fantasy running game? TD and Portis!!!!
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          I know that if he does make a comeback that Coach Shanny said that he will be able to play for Denver again.

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            Does TD have any experience/skill at returning Kicks/Punts? it be awesome if he did cause then we could use him not only to do his usual stuff when Portis is resting.. but to also return kicks/punts which we defenetly need..

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            • #7
              Noone knows? i bet he would be good..

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                Actually he can return kicks. He returned them his rookie year for the Broncos. Then he became the starting running back and they took him out so he wouldnt get hurt. We need a good special teams guy. We need someone who will recieve a punt at like the 15 and return it to the 40.

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                • #9
                  Chris Cole is good at speed at Droughns is good if you want at least to be at the 20 or more and he sometimes fights until the 30+.


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