Tight End U

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IASTATE07

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Has Kittle dealt with many injuries in the pros? What were his injuries in college?
 

JM4CY

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not yet? No doubt his college numbers will end up being far greater but I'm willing to bet there is little or no chance he accomplishes as much as Kittle already has in the league.
He probably won't. But he has a skill and hasn't even had the opportunity yet. The League is opening up offenses more and more as well to utilize pass catching TE's.
 

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He probably won't. But he has a skill and hasn't even had the opportunity yet. The League is opening up offenses more and more as well to utilize pass catching TE's.
I think he will definitely find some success especially if he lands with the right team.
 

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How is that possible with the (formerly) highest paid S&C coach in the country and one-time Assistant Coach of the Year?
Side note: Kittle was not very well liked by the coaches at Iowa. Not as bad as the black athletes but still he slipped in the draft because of Kirk