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he is talking about the competition between DeCould and Moore.

He said that DeCould has shown great range and really turned the corner in spring OTAs. He said Moore has lost some weight since he has come in and really gained quickness.

He is emphasizing scheme specific roster additions. He wants to emphasizes building a team through players that have great chemistry. and he really feels that both Tony G and Mike Peterson both fit that.

The Roddy holdout is not very hostile. They are trying to get the fine details ironed out, and he things that the solution is going to be good for both sides. He does feel that Roddy needs to be in camp though, and he hopes that he can get him in asap. He stressed that he WANTS to keep Roddy here for a long time.

He said that he would prefer that Roddy is in camp and they would take care of business as camp progresses; however, Roddy's representation does not feel that would be good.

He thinks all the other WRs; specifically HD and Michael Jenkins are really starting to develop, and are primed for a good year with Michael Turner and Tony G as weapons.

He is talking on the process of cutting particular players. He said the coaches get first dibs to figure out the roster, but the personnel department also gets to review film and in the end TD and Mike Smith come into an agreement on who to keep.

He thinks the LT will Sviteck (SP), and Reynolds are good developmental players.

He made it clear that they have their own goals for the season, and are not bothered by what the media is saying. There is a silent swagger to this team, and a real professional attitude.

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I know if he gets paid, every drop he has next season will be under a large microscope.

Every receiver drops passes. Roddy just dropped one in a big time last year. Thats the only reason we're talking about it. His dropsies of his first two seasons aren't going to come back.

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He made it clear that they have their own goals for the season, and are not bothered by what the media is saying. There is a silent swagger to this team, and a real professional attitude.

They might not say it, but anything short of a Conference Championship game appearance for this team is going to be truly disappointing. The good thing is this team is so young but there is no time like the present to get it done.

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how's he going to get to camp if his reps don't want him going. they're trying to get him his money and extension, so why would he go against them?

Ultimately Roddy has the final say, if he says "I think it would be best for the teams Superbowl chances, if I'm there", nobody could hold him back. That's not a knock on Roddy, but if he'd man up (and I know many people just can't do that) and tell his agents that he wants to be there, he would be there.

Like Dimitroff said, holding out is not the way it's usually done anymore and that he should be in camp.

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