David Kircus

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  1. White Power

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    signed with the Miami Dolphins today. The dolphins also tendered Greg Camarillo today meaning they intend to keep him. I don't really know what this means however I like what is happening in Miami so far Parcells has no intentions of keeping that bum Cleo Lemon either. could it be a more white freindly roster on the horizon only time will tell. I like David Kircus he is a play maker and has the speed to stretch the field if given adequate playing time.
     
  2. Stonewall

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    A good test will see what Parcells does with the #1 pick. A Chris Long selection would be a definite plus.
     
  3. White Power

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    Your right Stonewall parcells should take Chris Long, but why in the hell did he cut the heart and soul of the defense in Zach Thomas. I don't trust him as far as being white freindly for that reason alone. A certain hall of famer with more tackles that any linebacker in the hall of fame and you cut him because he was injured last season. I think the problem with the Dolphins started with Nick Saban, he was the one who ruined the dolphins by bringing in all those thugs when he ran the team. I am sincerely convinced the more white players on the roster the better your teams record will be. I hope parcells at least knows this much when taking on the task of rebuilding one of the great franchises in the NFL. He only has to look at the Patriots and the Colts to see that white friendly teams win. Edited by: Don Wassall
     
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    Players are sometimes cut for salary considerations. A 35 year old LB with injury problems and a large salary is at risk of being waived without racial considerations playing a part of it.


    One thing I've noticed is that the vast majority of players being cut the past couple of weeks are black, considerably higher than their proportion in the NFL. Don't know if it means anything, especially because there is such a small pool of white players in the league and coming out of college thanks to recruiting practices, but it does seem to indicate continuing systemic problems with the Caste System and its absurd over-representation of blacks in football. Blackscontinuing to bearrested off the field, more blacks becoming injury prone the past couple of seasons, blacks often noticeably fading in ability at age 30 and sometimes before, the pool of black talent getting weaker along with the many dysfunctional problems of American blacks in general, the rather glaring success of the least black teams in the NFL of late, it all adds up to difficulty in keeping the charade going much longer in such overwhelmingly black numbers.
     
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    Thanks for the update WP, glad to hear that Kircus didn't just fade into the night, he has a ton of talent.
     
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    "it all adds up to difficulty in keeping the charade going much longer in such overwhelmingly black numbers."

    Don, I too have noticed that nearly 95% of the players that were cut, released, whatever, have been black. In the same respect, about 95% of the white players who were let go this offseason will obviously start somewhere else next season (accept 3-4 backup QBs).

    With the astounding success of guys like Wes Welker, Curtis, Witten, Walter, Cooley, white QBs, and all 4 white DEs starting the pro-bowl....I'd say at least the next couple of years will be better than the past in many respects.

    Also, with the crop of black "talent" constantly acting like wanna-be thugs, maybe teams are finally waking up to reality about these overrated losers. All in all, I'd say the most positive season I've seen in nearly 10 years. [​IMG]
     
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    Could the talented David Kircus or Greg Camarillo get a shot at the # 2 WR spot?

    The article linked by Draftdaddy:
    Aware of Miami's questionable depth at receiver, agents of several veteran free agents have called the Dolphins. But Miami hasn't pursued Chris Henry and Koren Robinson (who both have a history of legal problems), Eric Moulds and Tim Dwight, among others, their reps said. That leaves, for now, Tab Perry, David Kircus, Greg Camarillo and several undrafted receivers competing behind Ted Ginn Jr., Ernest Wilford and Derek Hagan.

    Here's what I wrote under the article to make the drunken fans think about their lack of respect for David Kircus and Greg Camarillo: (I saw no comments under the article speaking about them)

    I actually think 4 of the Dolphins young WRs could become good:

    The Dolphins will have young 1st round pick Ted Ginn as their deep threat. Ginn will be good this year IMO.

    I also think David Kircus, (record setter from Division 2) Denver's 6th round pick from 2003, could become a good number 2 WR. Kircus is very talented. Kircus got cut by Denver, who is very deep at WR last year, after a bar fight incident which injured a man badly. However, it turned out not to be Kircus's fault. According to Shanahan "Kircus is a good player who has good speed, is shifty and has soft hands, but Denver decided to go in a different direction."

    Greg Camarillo has toughness, route running ability, good hands and a burst off the line to boot and could develop into a solid # 2 possession WR (he runs a solid 4.57 for a possession guy) if David Kircus fails. I know nothing about Perry.

    I like young 3rd round pick from 2006 Derek Hagan in the slot. I think his skills will translate there. Greg Camarillo could also be a good slot guy.

    Ernest Wilford is overrated and should be nothing more than a # 3 or 4 WR on a good team. Wilford runs a horrible 4.78 40, which makes him the slowest starting WR in the league and might make a better TE if he could bulk up. Wilford runs good routes and has soft hands, but has absolutely no deep speed and doesn't run after the catch well at all.
     
  8. White Power

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    well put TJR I think both of them make the roster.
     
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    It now looks like that David Kircus is becoming a better deep threat for the Miami Dolphins that Ted Ginn Jr himself. Kircus is described as having sneaky speed. He has about wrapped up a roster spot on this team. Greg Camarillo also has been doing well in camp and has a chance to be in the mix for playing time this season. Anthony Fasano has practically secured the starting tight end spot on the team as well. He has played alot better than last years incumbent David Martin. Finally last point Boomer Grigsby Should supplant Reagen Mauia as the starting full back on this team. He has shown a great blocking abilty toughness to get the short yardage pick ups, and a willingness to be a head hunter on special teams. Things are definitely turning around for the better for this once storied franchise.
     
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    Mauia is a big disappointment for them, i bet thy wish they still had Cory Schlesinger, huh...
     
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    Unfortunately Kircus has become the new Kevin Kaspar, a highly talented white receiver who racks up the numbers in the preseason and gets shuttled to the back of the bus come real game time. This is his third team that he has excelled in pre-season with and it has got him nothing so far. I'd be surprised if he makes the team.
     
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    Don't be he will make the team because he is their best deep threat, and he makes plays.
     
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    Kircus getting cut pissed me off royally he was doing very well in practice. Maybe the fact he didn't fight back must of got him cut. I don't know what else it could be because he was supposed to make the team. Some say the cut him because he is white that might be the case. However I beleive it was because his teamates came to his defense instead of him defending himself. Kircus will catch on with another team White players let this be a lesson when attacked open up a can of whoop ass on your attacker or your days upon the team will be short.Edited by: White Power
     
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    It's always better to fight back. We shouldn't apologize for telling the truth either.
     
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    I agree with you guys. Fighting back has to be done, on principle even if you don't really feel like it, or you lose respect.
     

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