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Dominic Williams (Davis) should be a titan

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by titan_fan_4ever, Mar 24, 2007.

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  1. Bobo Guest

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    We took a cheap chance on another damaged goods player, and I'd say KVB worked out just fine.
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  2. ico4498 Guest

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    depends on his cost.

    at this point its a complete gamble if health allows his another down.
  3. BigRob Guest

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    You guys are funny

    Domanick Williams (Davis) is done. He has a bone on bone knee issue. Just ask Curtis Martin how well that is working out. Ask John McClain from the Houston Chronicle about Domanick Williams and he has said many times that his career is likely over because his knee is so trashed with the bone on bone and scar tissue.

    Bone on Bone basically meaning he has no knee ligament
  4. KptTitanFan Guest

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    Done? I thought injury has been part of players in the nfl for years... Take a look at Jerry Rice, Willis McGahee, Shaun Bryson, and last I can think of Carson Palmer and Lee Evans. I sure there are alot more, but I deffinately wouldn't count him out untill his personal decision is to cut the ties. Uh oh yeah, remember Jamal Anderson... I know he called it quits pretty early, but I think he just didn't wanna live the rest of his life limping. IMO, Dominic still has alot to prove, and if his surgery goes as well as mine did... he could be back within atleast 6months... I don't know the extent or any updates of his injury, but my ACL surgery was on Feb. 22nd and it's been a little over the month and I'm pretty much ready to run. Althought my doctor recommends I wait three months before getting back into action... I believe that for an NFL player to have surgery it would be a more advanced procedure and that he'd back in pads soon. Other than his injury(which I agree could be a risk at signing him) I believe we should at least give him a shot.
  5. oochymp Camp Fodder

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    I didn't realize it was that serious, I hadn't seen anything about the severity of the injury, if that's the case he's definately done
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