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  • #31
    Originally posted by ydave77
    Just an update for everyone. No more should we or shouldnt we. Boston has signed with the 9ers. Not gonna come to the broncs. I still think we could use another receiver to bolster our corps, unless Watts makes a leap to being a big time receiver, or lelie evolves into more than just a deep threat. But I guess I am glad Boston didnt come to us. The last thing we needed was a clubhouse cancer. I like the way the broncs seem to be focusing more on hi character guys now-a-days. We dont need more Dale Carters or Daryl Gardners.

    EDIT:Uh-Oh
    False Alarm

    The story that Boston is heading to San Fran appears on 49ersnews.com. Now, a league source tells us that the 49ers have not signed -- and do not intend to sign -- free-agent receiver David Boston.

    I read on profootballtalk that boston signed. But they just put up a correction that it is in fact not true. So I guess he is still out there, and available.
    Man, the title of your thread scared me. I was afraid the Broncos royally screwed the pooch and signed Boston. Whew!
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    • #32
      Sorry Jav. A little yellow journalism. Anyways looks like my info was wrong anyways. He is still out there. Continue to BE AFRAID.

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      • #33
        What happened to my thread?
        I initially started it in Free Agency forum, then I see it was 'moved' FROM Gen Discuss..........

        ...not to mention, the name of the thread isn't even the same......

        Weird....
        Last edited by rcsodak; 03-11-2005, 10:26 AM.
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        • #34
          you got merged, rc

          Originally posted by rcsodak

          Weird....
          --- Boston Bio --- Born Aug. 19, 1978 in Humble, Texas…Greater Houston prep player-of-the-year in 1995 … won numerous all-America honors in both football and basketball at Humble High School … all-Texas first-team pick as a free safety, adding second-team honors as a receiver … two-time all-district choice … as a two-way prep star, posted 88 tackles with nine interceptions and caught 51 passes for 780 yards with eight touchdowns while averaging 23.2 yards per kickoff return and17.1 yards per punt return as a senior … second team all-Texas selection in basketball, leading his squad to the state’s “Final Four” in 1996 …earned all-tournament accolades … also lettered in track … won the district title in the 300-meter intermediate hurdles … lettered three times in football and basketball and twice in track and field …sociology major at Ohio State … asked in Ohio State game program to name the player he had competed against who he admired most, Boston responded, “Jake Plummer” … sent an open letter to Ohio State fans in a Columbus newspaper explaining his decision to turn pro and thanking them for their support … father, Byron, officiated in the Southwest Conference and World League and is now in his eighth year as a line judge in the National Football League … father has worked two NFC championship games and Super Bowl XXXIV … mother, Carolyn, is president and chief executive officer of Boston Sports Enterprises, Inc. … older brother, Byron Jr., who played football at Sam Houston State, is a Dallas policeman specializing in crime unit that investigates drug complaints in high-crime areas of Dallas … sister, Alicia, is a Dallas attorney who collaborated in negotiating Boston’s first NFL contract. --- source --- NFL.com ( maybe David can turn around with some help and guidance from family and friends) --- az
          Last edited by AZ Snake Fan; 03-12-2005, 12:40 PM.

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          • #35
            Boston has so much potential, but he's never been anything but a disappointment. If he could get his sh** together, it would be great to see him in Denver.

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            • #36
              Boston?

              --- what's the latest on Boston? --- has he been in re-hab? --- working out with Cris Carter? --- June is just around the corner --- az

              May God Bless all men and women of our Armed Forces, past and present
              The Only Thing Necessary For The Triumph Of Evil Is For Good Men To Do Nothing
              http://www.navyjack.info/history.html
              My Adopted Bronco is #95 Derek Wolfe

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              • #37
                Originally posted by Jack Luminous
                I say sign him. He had his best year as a pro with Plummer. Maybe they have some Karma together or something.

                That is, unless someone lese offerres him a long term deal. I would not do that.

                But if he can be had with an incentive-laden, one year contract...all the better.
                Man....... jake to DAVID.............

                Jake to Rod.............

                Jake to Ashley.........


                I like it.

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