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Rashaun Woods update: ready to contribute (1 Viewer)

azcards33

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March 22, 2006

D’Juan on Rashaun

Filed under: 49ers News

We have a Rashaun Woods update. We repeat we have a Rashaun Woods update. No, he didn’t place first in the local Bass fishing tourney, or buy some new kickass tackle. We have a quote from Woods little brother D’Juan. Here is what D’Juan said recently when asked about his older brother, Rashaun.

“He is back 100 percent and hoping to stay that way, ready to come out and ready to make a contribution to San Francisco’s team,” D’Juan said. “He’s been hit by the injury bug quite a bit. He hasn’t been 100 percent since his senior year and even then he came off surgery.

“He said he is 100 percent and I believe him. I’m anxious to see the type of things he can do because I know his potential.”

Memo to D’Juan: 49er fans will not be holding their breath.

 
D'Juan is picking my keeper rosters this year and from what I hear is interviewing for several front office positions in the NFL. Colin Cowherd also reported him being a dark horse canidate for Tagliabue's post.

 
:lol:

He's got talent, can he use it?

Better question - R. Woods or Charles Rogers, which one is worth more, and has the better chance of ever coming close to the hype?

 
:lol:

He's got talent, can he use it?

Better question - R. Woods or Charles Rogers, which one is worth more, and has the better chance of ever coming close to the hype?
Rogers by a fair margin IMO.
 
:lol:

He's got talent, can he use it?

Better question - R. Woods or Charles Rogers, which one is worth more, and has the better chance of ever coming close to the hype?
Rogers by a fair margin IMO.
I would have said they guy with the healthy hobby as opposed to the guy with the coke habit had the best chance :shrug:
 
:lol:

He's got talent, can he use it?

Better question - R. Woods or Charles Rogers, which one is worth more, and has the better chance of ever coming close to the hype?
Rogers by a fair margin IMO.
I would have said they guy with the healthy hobby as opposed to the guy with the coke habit had the best chance :shrug:
LT did okay for himself...
 
Rashaun and Derrick Hamilton are as close to being busts as anyone can be. They'd better be ready to contribute. I'd bet at this point Nolan would trade em' for a soda.

 
Rashaun and Derrick Hamilton are as close to being busts as anyone can be. They'd better be ready to contribute. I'd bet at this point Nolan would trade em' for a soda.
How can you call a 4th round pick a bust? plus Hamilton tore his ACL last season but was supposed to start.
 
I traded for him late last season - I don't think the guy's toast yet.
I have him in 2 of my 3 leagues. Rogers in all 3. :bag: (At least I got them cheap in one of them)I'm hoping for any good news.

 
:lol:

He's got talent, can he use it?

Better question - R. Woods or Charles Rogers, which one is worth more, and has the better chance of ever coming close to the hype?
Rogers by a fair margin IMO.
I would have said they guy with the healthy hobby as opposed to the guy with the coke habit had the best chance :shrug:
Some say I have a coke problem, but I don't see what the difference is between coke and pepsi. Besides that isn't his problem with smoking pot? He's from the same home town as I am and I've heard he was a big pot smoker in High School.
 
Untill we can see what Woods does with a QB the defense respects, I'm going to hold off on calling the guy a bust. Nevertheless, from what I saw of Smith last season, Woods owners should be hoping for a trade.

 
Wasn't Reggie Williams also "ready to contribute" before last year? These guys seem similar in situation (teams wanted them to win the starting job), talent (both first round picks with high expectations) and total lack of production.

 
Wasn't Reggie Williams also "ready to contribute" before last year? These guys seem similar in situation (teams wanted them to win the starting job), talent (both first round picks with high expectations) and total lack of production.
The difference is that Reggie had a shot on the field and failed. Woods hasn't really been on the field yet.
 
Wasn't Reggie Williams also "ready to contribute" before last year?  These guys seem similar in situation (teams wanted them to win the starting job), talent (both first round picks with high expectations) and total lack of production.
The difference is that Reggie had a shot on the field and failed. Woods hasn't really been on the field yet.
Why is that? Has he been injured or is it just that he isn't good enough to even make that far?
 
Man, wish I could get millions of $$$ at work for a few years before I was ready to contribute.

I find they get kinda pissed at me when I don't show up...... :confused:

 
Wasn't Reggie Williams also "ready to contribute" before last year?  These guys seem similar in situation (teams wanted them to win the starting job), talent (both first round picks with high expectations) and total lack of production.
The difference is that Reggie had a shot on the field and failed. Woods hasn't really been on the field yet.
Why is that? Has he been injured or is it just that he isn't good enough to even make that far?
I'm not entirely sure - I didn't follow it closely. I know he missed his rookie year due to injury. Last season, I'm not sure. I know he was injured, but I don't know if that was the whole reason he wasn't on the field.
 
You know what they say about a receiver's 3rd year...

Grab him while you can! :banned:

What ?? You wanted more than this ??

Other than his brother's statement that he's 100%, there's nothing new to report.

but I have this hunch... :banned:

 
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A 2nd Rashaun Woods thread in less than a week??

At this pace, he'll have more threads than NFL catches.

 
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