Dolphins activate Morris, waive Whitt...

Dolphins activate Morris, waive Whitticker

There are 8 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Oct 7, 2006, titled Dolphins activate Morris, waive Whitticker. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

The Dolphins activated running back Sammy Morris on Saturday and waived guard Will Whitticker.

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David Smith

Orange Park, FL

#1 Oct 7, 2006
Drew Brees is looking like the better pick. Hope Saban gives Harrington a shot.
Haven't the Dolphins learned a lesson from Ricky Williams? Why give these Steroid and Drug users second chances?

West Monroe, LA

#2 Oct 7, 2006
Steroids and drug users? Sammy's only drug was OTC Sudafed, the drug was pseudoephedrine.

Wow, whippie. This time the NFL looks like morons. Morris should not have been suspended for an OTC cold remedy.

United States

#3 Oct 7, 2006
Sudafed is legal. Weed is not. Ephedrine (sp?) should not even be on the banned substance list. It all goes back to Corey Stringer (RIP) who OD'd on it. Anyone can OD on anything legal, including aspirin. Will the NFL ban that next? When one person makes a stupid decision, you get a law passed that penalizes everyone. We'll call this the "BAD APPLE THEORY". Neither Ricky nor Sammy were suspended for steroids. And I thought it was Drew Brees that had shoulder surgery. I do hope Saban gives Joey at least a quarter of action.

United States

#4 Oct 7, 2006
I like Morris... but whoop dee doo. He is not going to make the slightest bit of difference on this team.

San Diego, CA

#5 Oct 7, 2006
See you guys next year's Dolphins' top 5 overall draft pick party!

Spring, TX

#6 Oct 7, 2006
Well since Morris is back I guess the Fins will score at least 10 more points a game! Yeah Right. Sammy Morris as a person seems to be a good guy, but I could really give a crap about that. If I need a friend, I call my mom. When I watch football, I want to see wins at all costs. Big deal, Morris is back. Thats the least of the Fins' problems. We need better QB play and more effective o-line play.

Spring, TX

#7 Oct 7, 2006
And im getting sick of people saying Brees is the better pick. Yeah looking back it is, but Brees is not lighting it up in New Orleans either, look it up. At this point, Feely is a better pick that Daunte. With even a semi-healthy Culpepper I thought he'd be good, but I dont think his health is the primary issue. He flat out looks lost.
Elvin Bishop

United States

#8 Oct 7, 2006
Forget Sammy Morris....bring back MERCURY MORRIS!!!

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