Tuesday, May 04, 2010

Observations

It appears as though Ryan Grice-Mullen, a one-time team-mate of Davone
Bess will be given the opportunity to be the primary returner on both
punts and kickoffs, and because of Sparano's playing time rules, he
will be offered some opportunity to play with the offense.

That may resolve the need for someone to replace Ted Ginn on the kick
returns; and besides his average in the CFL last season was around 23
yards per return, compared with Ginn's 19 yards per return in the NFL.

On another note, Brandon Marshall still hasn't been assigned a number.
And given the players currently on the roster, his choices are
limited. He's down to #19, #87, and #88, but that could change as
more players are released in training camp.

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