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Everyone knows that MT is probaly going to perform based on what we ave seen of him.  Elam is the same way we have seen it for 15 years. 

Just because we don't know Von Hutchins name that does not make him a horrible player.  He was blessed with a good DE and that was it.  He had at best one good LB just as we did, but you can make the argument that we had 2 some games 3 solid LB.  After saying all that he had 93 tackles more than both of our FS this year combined so we know that he can tackle if he is asked.  He had a couple of less picks that both of ours combined.  The rest of the season was equal he had .5 sacks ours had one, he also had 1 forced fumble to none for ours.  We got a steal for the price he will either start at FS or NB this year.  Either way he will make our starting FS or NB better because of friendly competion, and be te starter at the other one.

As for Alex Stepanovich here is some of his highlights.  He is in the first couple and the last one.  His number is 63.  http://www.nfl.com/videos  

He also handled Vince Wilfork held him to one tackle, the same for the Browns NT Shaun Smith, Seattle had 1 sack and 4 tackles(Sorry don't know their names), and 6 against Miami(Vonnie Holliday avg. 7 sacks a year).  The most impressive part is just 1 sack in 4 games started; with just 12 tackles in those games.  Another impressive stat is no sacks against the Pats who are very exotic on defense.

Ben Hartsock 6'4 265, is bigger than any TE that we had last year, younger than the starter, better rec. average than the starter, and a better more willing blocker than the starter that some wanted to keep.

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Ben Hartsock 6'4 265, is bigger than any TE that we had last year, younger than the starter, betterrec. averagethan the starter, and a better more willing blocker than the starter that somewanted to keep.

yeah he had all of 12 rec and 0 td's think i d stick w/ crumpler

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mike boraski (3/25/2008)

Ben Hartsock 6'4 265, is bigger than any TE that we had last year, younger than the starter, betterrec. averagethan the starter, and a better more willing blocker than the starter that somewanted to keep.

yeah he had all of 12 rec and 0 td's think i d stick w/ crumpler

he is younger than crump, has not had the knee injuries that crump has, and was a viable #3 TE on the Titans depth chart.  He had 3 less receptions and  more reception yards and the equal number of TD's as our #2 and #3 (0).  He will be coached by our offensive coordinator along with the other TE coach.  Look at what Mularkey has accomplished with TE and utilizing what he has around him.

Mularkey started his coaching career in 1994 as Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight ends coach, and held the position for two seasons.

Mularkey was hired as the Pittsburgh Steelers tight ends coach in 1996 and held the position until the conclusion of the 2000 season, when he replaced Kevin Gilbride as the team's offensive coordinator. He has a reputation for being an offense-oriented head coach with a penchant for trick plays. His skill for creating special packages to utilize multi-dimensional players such as Hines Ward and Antwaan Randle El earned him the nickname "Inspector Gadget"[1] . Even with his creative imagination, his philosophy of being the most physical punishing offense helped the Steelers average 10+ wins a year during his 3 years as offensive coordinator

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