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    Berryman lands in the NFL...

    Just saw this on the rag's website. Just seems really funny to me that with all his troubles at ISU, he lands with the most troubled team in the NFL. Either way, good luck to him in the NFL...

    http://www.dmregister.com/apps/pbcs....32/1003&lead=1



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    Re: Berryman lands in the NFL...

    haha perfect fit...what kind of bars are at cin.?


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    Re: Berryman lands in the NFL...

    Oh that is too funny. Once the Bengals fans get a hold of his rap sheet they are going to wonder why the heck they just signed another thug.



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    Re: Berryman lands in the NFL...

    I hope he turns out to have a good NFL career. I don't think anyone would doubt his talent on the field.



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    Re: Berryman lands in the NFL...

    Quote Originally Posted by travman23 View Post
    Oh that is too funny. Once the Bengals fans get a hold of his rap sheet they are going to wonder why the heck they just signed another thug.
    His rap sheet is no worse than when we allowed him back on the team.


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    Re: Berryman lands in the NFL...

    "Berryman, whose tenure in Ames was marred by several brushes with the law, was one of 10 players the team signed this afternoon to their off-season roster."

    Do most NFL teams sign a bunch of guys for the off-season?



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    Re: Berryman lands in the NFL...

    i hope he makes it the bengals have a history of signing players with jails records and problems.



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    Re: Berryman lands in the NFL...

    They are probably looking for someone to replace Pollack whose career might be over.



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    Re: Berryman lands in the NFL...

    What happened to Pollack? I always kinda liked that guy in college.

    Good luck to Jason, but I always doubted him sticking in the NFL. We'll see what happens.




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    Re: Berryman lands in the NFL...

    There is a chance he has cleaned up his act. If he screws up in the NFL its over for him. Its only a two year contract.



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    Re: Berryman lands in the NFL...

    JB's transgressions are nothing compared to the other guys on the bengals. He's more likely to be their poster boy for clean living.


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    Re: Berryman lands in the NFL...

    Something tells me if he ever starts he won't be saying "Iowa State" in the introductions.




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    Re: Berryman lands in the NFL...

    Quote Originally Posted by BryceC View Post
    Something tells me if he ever starts he won't be saying "Iowa State" in the introductions.
    Maybe "Story County Jail"? He spent about as much time there as he did at Iowa State.



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    Re: Berryman lands in the NFL...

    He should fit in well. When you said the most troubled team, I was thinking the hapless oakland raiders. Bengals is fine to start at.


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    Re: Berryman lands in the NFL...

    Quote Originally Posted by BryceC View Post
    What happened to Pollack? I always kinda liked that guy in college.

    Good luck to Jason, but I always doubted him sticking in the NFL. We'll see what happens.
    Pollack hurt his neck. A cracked vert. I think.



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