Last edited by DogofWar1; February-8th-2013 at 05:41 PM.
I hope he comments in this thread.
Nobody wants to stop playing when you love the game.
Earned his salary with helping T Jackson and wish him luck at Notre Dame or wherever.
Hoping for nothing but the best for PD. Hope he has a great coaching career.
Insanity - doing the same thing, over and over, yet somehow expecting different results. - Albert Einstein
Trivia: What team has drafted 9 Quarterbacks and given up draft picks for 3 more quarterbacks since the 2000 NFL draft?
Incompetence - When you earnestly believe you can compensate for a lack of skill by doubling your efforts, there's no end to what you can't do.- http://www.despair.com
It will be interesting to see how this story breaks month's from now. PD seems to be a very standup guy. I am sure he is doing this for the right reasons for himself and his family. I wish it had worked out longer for the Skins, but hopefully this will really work out for PD.
Love how alot of our Ex players want to hang around(even if it is for the $$$) the team after the playing days are over. Good luck to PD.
NO Pressure, No Diamonds, KNOW Pressure, Know Diamonds!
Griffin said that he was going to watch the game with his family and that he will never attend a Super Bowl if he needs a ticket to get in.
I wonder why they didn't give him any coaching-like duties.
Jim Haslett is a horrible coach.
Hate losing a guy of his personal caliber for any reason, but the man has to pursue his ambitions. Good luck and i hope the door is opne if you ever need to walk back in!
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Damn, hate to see Phil go. Good luck wherever you go big fella!
Can't blame a guy for wanting to move up the ladder. Best of luck PD93. Always a true class act, and if by chance you make one of your many stops by here, PLEASE continue to stop by and don't be a stranger, wherever you might go, always welcome here with open arms...
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