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Steve Czaban is a 25 year sports radio veteran, who hosts an afternoon drive show in Washington D.C. "Czabe" also writes and edits his own commentaries for www.czabe.com and other on-line and print publications. He can be reached at czabe@yahoo.com.

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    Good grief, you guys are turning him into the “Turducken Safety” – Troy Polamalu inside Ronnie Lott inside Ed Reed inside Ken Houston! Yeah, he was a good player and his life ended early but the overboard preaching on the station was too much yesterday.

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    You guys have turned Taylor into the “Turducken Safety” – Ronnie Lott inside Troy Polomalu inside Ed Reed inside Ken Houston! Taylor was a good player who’s career ended way too early but the overblown coverage yesterday was too much. Plus, Cooley’s story about him skipping the rookie symposium isn’t to be admired at all. I’m gonna go chase some kids off my lawn now.

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    He wasn’t the second coming. Settle down. Pat Tillman wasn’t either. Also, Hernandez was a 12 on your scale. Loose-wired, dead-in-the-brain Jameis is a 7 and climbing.

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    Don Weber

    “I don’t want to see another Sean Taylor type murder again.” Uh, duh! Come’on Czabe, after ripping Collinsworth then you write this? And compare Taylor to Hernandez? egads.
    As others have said, Taylor was good but not an elite safety like the ones already mentioned. My home-town boy Bob Sanders was better but his body couldn’t hold up for a longer career.

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    “Sometimes the advice is… uh… well meant, but off-target.” How in the world is “make sure you have a fall guy” even close to being “well meant”?


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