***** Well, he can forget about catching passes here. Who ever heard of LB catching TD passes? ;-) George An imperfect fan of the imperfect Patriots! _____Message 1 of 18 , May 4, 2008View Source***** Well, he can forget about catching passes here. Who ever heard of LB catching TD passes? ;-)
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Subject: [patriotzip] Re: Pats Undrafted Free Agents<George>***** OOPS! I forgot to add an important "Thank you!" to my note, Scott.
Great video clip. Thanks for posting it!<Scott> No problem, George. As for what year the clip is from, I'm not sure. I'd guess it was 2004 or 05 when Guyton was a backup. He was a starter in 06 and 07, and in the latter season he was regarded as his team's best defensive player. He also played a little offense with 3 catches for 54 yards and a touchdown along with a couple of two point conversions.Scott Sheaffer
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Oooooooooooh. Gotcha. Duh. Frank wrote: Am I watching the same tape as you guys? It looks like heMessage 1 of 18 , May 5, 2008View SourceOooooooooooh. Gotcha. Duh.
Frank <frank.dana@...> wrote:<Mike> Am I watching the same tape as you guys? It looks like he just
pushed the guy out of bounds to me. Sorry I can't be more enthusiastic.
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It's not the ball carrier being pushed out of bounds. It's the block of
a would be tackler by #58 (Guyton) at about the 38 yd line.
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