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    Chris Warren

    A lot of people were chirping about Warren was going to be the feature back because of his preseason last year. He was cut the first day of camp and not one team thought enough of him to pick him up. He now gets put the the Raider training camp hall of fame with Johnny Morant and numerous other meaningless game superstars.

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    I honestly don’t remember 1 person saying Warren should be the feature back.

    Did he have a MASSIVE opportunity after knocking peoples teeth out in the preseason! Hell ya!!

    But it’s %100 on him sitting on the couch and coming into the camp out of shape.
    Plenty of RBs to choose from looking for jobs that put in a TON of work.

    Is it really surprising to ANYONE that nobody wants this guy after showing his lack of commitment?!
    Now that lack of commitment is on his resume.

    No pitty for the lazy

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    75% of this forum believed Chris Warren was going to easily make the roster

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgrange View Post
    75% of this forum believed Chris Warren was going to easily make the roster
    I was actually looking forward seeing him contribute this season. Showing up at 270 lbs. showed a big lack of commitment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgrange View Post
    75% of this forum believed Chris Warren was going to easily make the roster
    That was before everyone found out he weighed a thousand pounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgrange View Post
    75% of this forum believed Chris Warren was going to easily make the roster
    Agree! All he had to do was put in the work and he would be an NFL RB.
    But NOBODY knew he was one of the shitty lazy asses out there. Maybe he grew up not having to work?
    Maybe that insane drive wasn’t there like Jacobs who had to live in a car.

    No fan can project how a young players treats an offseason.
    But now this label sticks with him. Career killing offseason

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    He's had weight and conditioning issues since college. This was not a surprise.

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