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    Tell me about it, Pitt. I know Gradowski personally as he was one of my good friends at Toledo. He is going to shine for Tampa Bay and right the ship. He is good enough to be a starter on some of the franchises in the NFL. Watch him take the job from Simms. I bet you any money, it is his job for the rest of the season. It is time for him to shine and make a household name for himself.

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    I'm going to be rooting for him to keep the starting job.
    :: Whoa, where the hell was I for 2 years?::

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    Good for you. I am very interested to see how this pans out. He could very well make himself a Household name if he pulls the same playmaking style he did in Toledo. He is awesome to watch. There was that MAC Championship game against Bowling Green and Omar Jacobs that had so many lead changes. Toledo gut it out in the final minutes to win the MAC. He is an awesome player to watch. Look what happened to Chester Taylor, he is making a name for himself at Minnesota. Toledo is about to become a NFL assembly line.

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    Tampa Bay QB Simms released from hospital

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    October 2, 2006

    TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- Tampa Bay quarterback Chris Simms was released from St. Joseph's Hospital over the weekend, less than a week after undergoing surgery to remove a ruptured spleen.

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    It's uncertain which play Simms was hurt on, though Panthers defensive end Al Wallace was fined $7,500 for a fourth-quarter hit that Bucs coach Jon Gruden thought might have been the most damaging.

    Doctors expect the 26-year-old son of Super Bowl-winning quarterback Phil Simms to make a full recovery. It normally takes about six weeks to heal, and the Bucs have not ruled out the possibility of him playing again this season.

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