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Thread: *OFFICIAL* John Crockett Thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by bri-dog View Post
    He can obviously coach baseball. Not sure about football...

    It would take a miracle for that catcher to NOT take a bat to the melon if that kid swings..........................Oh................ .......he'll be awwite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BisonTeacher View Post
    I haven't seen it in a while but the line goes. Serrano:I like Jesus very much...but he no help with curve ball.
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    JC got a lot of TV time last night, every time Collins came off the field John was right there in his street clothes, yappin in his ear.

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    Time for JC to stop yapping and start performing

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    Quote Originally Posted by westnodak93bison View Post
    Time for JC to stop yapping and start performing

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    Quote Originally Posted by devin45k View Post
    Well you can't perform if you are stuck on the practice squad
    Correct, keep handing around and you may just get your chance. Give him the dam ball.
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    Sadly, I think he missed the train last year when the Packers were decimated by injury at RB. Had he not got injured in preseason he would've had a chance to be their feature back by midseason. He's gotta be 25-26 by now which means for an RB his time being on a practice squad is about over.... don't see it happening for John anymore at this point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Professor Chaos View Post
    Sadly, I think he missed the train last year when the Packers were decimated by injury at RB. Had he not got injured in preseason he would've had a chance to be their feature back by midseason. He's gotta be 25-26 by now which means for an RB his time being on a practice squad is about over.... don't see it happening for John anymore at this point.
    Yeah pretty tough to break into the league at his position and age. Hope he's prepped for life after.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ByeSonBusiness View Post
    Yeah pretty tough to break into the league at his position and age. Hope he's prepped for life after.
    Practice squad members still make some good money compared to most people in life. Hopefully he made enough to pay off any school debts and when his NFL days are done for sure (if he does not make it to the big show for good), he starts life (after football) with a clean slate, some cool stories to tell, and a head start on life that few people ever have had. Not a bad spot to be in.
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    min practice squad salary is $7,200 a week

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