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Cardinals sign Desmond Bishop

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by Royal Pain, Oct 1, 2014.

  1. Royal Pain

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  2. HardRightEdge

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    AZ had him in during training camp and released him. So they're actually bringing him back, taking the spot of a guy they just released. If anybody would know if he's healthy it would be them.
     
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  3. lambeaulambo

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    time to trade AJ straight up for NE's Wilfork. LOL
     
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    I hope Bishop makes it. He was a hitter, and it's tough to see a career ended early for someone like him.
     
  5. El Guapo

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    Let's not forget Bishop's injury history. He tore his hamstring so badly that the Packers let him go. Then he tore his ACL with the Vikings last year, and they let him go. Besides Greenway they don't have much at the position. Then the Cardinals let him go. I loved the guy too but he is done. This is a desperation move by the Cardinals to plug in a guy that knows their system - hoping something catastrophic doesn't happen. It's like riding your tantan past the first marker when you know it's going to freeze to death.
     

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