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    Ricky Williams

    If you dont know by now he its attempting to get back into the NFL. He wants to play for Miami. Now when he was in the league it seems like forever ago, b4 all the troubles, he was one of my favorite players..but now not so much.. so i ask.. Should Miami take him back if he gets back in the league?


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    Re: Ricky Williams

    If I were making the decisions in Miami, no. At another team, maybe. I've seen the stories about him, and how he struggles with being in the spotlight, and how his marijuana use calms him down. But everyone has their own issues, and not everyone drops the proverbial ball like he has, and runs away from it. If he is taken back, I hope he has straightened himself out, and is willing to man up and see it through.



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    Re: Ricky Williams

    He needs the money, smoking that much dope everyday takes $



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    Re: Ricky Williams

    I WOULD NEVER TAKE HIM BACK. Reason as follows he screwed tehm once, his itegrity and trust is shot. remember this a running back is a dime a dozen. With a great offensive line you can make any running back look great. Look at the Denver Broncos.



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    Re: Ricky Williams

    Hell no, let Ricky rot. This guy is on chance number 15 by now. To think the Saints traded their entire draft for him.

    you have to be busted 3 times for drugs for any significant suspensions in the NFL, and instead of owning up to and goin on to chance 4 he "retires" and screws the 'phins. He comes back only when told he will have to payback the team 15 million - which I'm guessing was already spent on transindental herbologists. Comes back 50 lbs underwieght (must not be big on munchies) and completely out of shape only to get busted for drugs AGAIN! The ONLY reason he wants back in is to pay for his addiciton and self-absorbtion. He can payback the money he owes and be free and clear to be as far from the spotlight as he wants - but he won't, because its not possible to take his world of weed & yoga tour without the cash.



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