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Mildly interesting: Cowboy scrub castoffs doing well elsewhere

 

It's a shame we didn't give Quincy Butler another chance.  We really could have used another corner about now.  Oh well.

Everybody asks, Why didn't the Iggles trade for one of New England's tight ends? Simple answer: Andy Reid liked his own backup, Tony Curtis, better than Alex Smith or David Thomas, the guys New England was peddling...

The guy who had the best practice day when I saw the Rams, cornerback Quincy Butler, played well enough to basically unseat Tye Hill and allow the Rams to trade Hill for a seventh-rounder to Atlanta.

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2009/writers/peter_king/09/06/mmqb/2.html

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