Kevin Glenn Let Go from Lions

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  1. Liske

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    Can somebody make him an Atlantic Schooners jersey for his collection?
     
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    Still a decent backup. I can see him landing in Mtl or the pegger.
     
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    Keep in mind that there's a couple others out there. Drew Tate will eventually either need a home to be a starter or finally embrace the life of a back up. Same with Matt Nichols and Dan Lefevour too.

    Drew Willy needs a chance to stand alone. There's other options out there every single year.
     
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    Every starting QB in this league needs a solid backup. I haven't seen a single team not lose their starter to injury or in Mtl and Ottawa's case .....ineptness :wtf:
     
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    That's true but 2014 was a weird year. Really both 2013 and 2014 were the years of the Injured QB.

    Think about how many years Adrian McPherson sat on the bench waiting for his chance and now there's be a serious need for back ups.
     
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    and yet no one took him last year. Crompton was a pleasant surprise that maybe other teams missed out on and he's been injury free for half a season. we'll see if he can go a full season.
     

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