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Eddie George Helped Henry Improve

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9 minutes ago, tgo said:
Also - why don't we just hire Eddie George as RB coach?

That might actually be a really good move, and not just because he went to Ohio. He's always seemed like a coach. If he can get Henry to unlock his inner tractorcito then maybe he can help others.

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tgo   
1 minute ago, NashvilleNinja said:

That might actually be a really good move, and not just because he went to Ohio. He's always seemed like a coach. If he can get Henry to unlock his inner tractorcito then maybe he can help others.

Yeah or at least Assistant RBs coach if they want Tony Dews for scheme stuff and heavy lifting and whatever. 

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FRT   

Think this was said many times by many on this board.  Funny how “run like your career depends on it because it does” got him going.  Somebody wants to get paid.

 

I wonder if Eddie would mind talking to another “back” on the team and light the same fire.

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20 minutes ago, headhunter said:

I think Eddie would make a great RB coach

He has much bigger plans for his life outside of football but yeah he would.

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1 hour ago, woolfolksunclesuncle said:

As soon as Derrick Henry heard that Eddie George has been on Broadway singing showtunes, I'm sure that he's been begging the team to hire Eddie as rb coach.

"The two players have spent time together at various events, and when George has stopped by practices. Henry has visited George's house in Nashville on numerous occasions."

 

Just sayin'.

 

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