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The Lounge>Steelers just waived Steven Wisniewski...bring him back?
arrowheadnation 02:59 PM 11-07-2020
Do we bring him back in? Has he not been very good this year?
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Sofa King 05:23 PM 11-21-2020
Originally Posted by DaneMcCloud:
He's been dealing with a torn pectoral injury that happened on opening day.
Ah i gotcha. I was under the impression that was healed up.
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Tribal Warfare 05:46 PM 11-21-2020
Originally Posted by pugsnotdrugs19:
Run it back!!
Time to stomp dicks in the dirt and replace Wylie
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staylor26 05:57 PM 11-21-2020
Originally Posted by RealSNR:
Maybe Wis can play RG? Allegretti has been pretty good at LG. Would rather not move him.
Agreed. I know Andy wouldnít, but ideally youíd move Allegretti to RG and Wis to LG. I think Allegretti would be better on the right side and Wis is obviously better on the left.
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KChiefs1 06:08 PM 11-21-2020
Have we signed this pos yet?
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dannybcaitlyn 08:25 PM 11-21-2020
Originally Posted by KChiefs1:
Have we signed this pos yet?
Yup
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Wilson8 09:35 PM 11-21-2020
Trivia for you -

Stefen Wisniewski has played for 5 teams before coming back to the Chiefs.

1. Oakland Raiders, 2011 through 2014.
2. Jacksonville Jaguars, 2015.
3. Philadelphia Eagles, 2016 through 2018. Super Bowl winner for 2017 season.
4. Kansas City Chiefs, 2019 season Super Bowl winners.
5. Pittsburgh Steelers, part of 2020 season.
6. Kansas City Chiefs Practice Squad.

Stefen Wisniewski throughout his NFL career, has always been jersey #61.

Even at Penn State, he was #61.

Unless Practice Squad center, Darryl Williams, wants to give up his number, Stefen may be wearing a different number.
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bigdaddychieffan 09:38 PM 11-21-2020
I hope he can come back to form like he did last year for us.
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Dunerdr 07:37 AM 11-22-2020
Originally Posted by Wilson8:
Trivia for you -

Stefen Wisniewski has played for 5 teams before coming back to the Chiefs.

1. Oakland Raiders, 2011 through 2014.
2. Jacksonville Jaguars, 2015.
3. Philadelphia Eagles, 2016 through 2018. Super Bowl winner for 2017 season.
4. Kansas City Chiefs, 2019 season Super Bowl winners.
5. Pittsburgh Steelers, part of 2020 season.
6. Kansas City Chiefs Practice Squad.

Stefen Wisniewski throughout his NFL career, has always been jersey #61.

Even at Penn State, he was #61.

Unless Practice Squad center, Darryl Williams, wants to give up his number, Stefen may be wearing a different number.
If we donít win itís because he didnít get his number
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R8RFAN 08:04 AM 11-22-2020
Thanks for Rodney Hudson... He is the best thing to come out of KC since Gannon
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Dunerdr 08:21 AM 11-22-2020
Originally Posted by R8RFAN:
Thanks for Rodney Hudson... He is the best thing to come out of KC since Gannon
Right, anything to help you lvl up to the Super Bowl little brother.
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Ebolapox 08:27 AM 11-22-2020
Originally Posted by R8RFAN:
Thanks for Rodney Hudson... He is the best thing to come out of KC since Gannon
Heh love it. That center totes gonna win you a playoff game singlehanded
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wazu 09:22 AM 11-22-2020
Originally Posted by R8RFAN:
Thanks for Rodney Hudson... He is the best thing to come out of KC since Gannon
With no Khalil Mack, Hudson is the best player on the team.
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R8RFAN 09:28 AM 11-22-2020
Originally Posted by wazu:
With no Khalil Mack, Hudson is the best player on the team.
He is the most consistent and he is relaible
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rydogg58 09:52 AM 11-22-2020
Originally Posted by R8RFAN:
He is the most consistent and he is relaible
That's false. It's been 18 years since you guys have won the West. Every player on that team has been consistent and reliable losers.
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oldman 10:05 AM 11-22-2020
I don't think he's officially signed because he has to pass the Covid-19 protocol. Local sources said that once he does, he'll be going to the PS, not the active roster. If he has anything left in the tank, I would imagine his time on the PS won't be for long.
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