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    Giants to take look at running back Tim Hightower on Wednesday


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    Tim Hightower visit tomorrow

    What do you guys think? I got this from twitter just now. I think he could be a nice signing for some competition in training camp.



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    Free agent Tim Hightower, who was originally scheduled to visit the Giants in early April, will visit on Wednesday... http://nydn.us/ZlaDuM





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    I think he would be great addition had he not tore his ligaments a while ago , he didnt play at all last season , id be skeptical he could be close to 100 percent
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harooni View Post
    I think he would be great addition had he not tore his ligaments a while ago , he didnt play at all last season , id be skeptical he could be close to 100 percent
    I think he and Brown would be interesting to see fight for a #2 spot.. They are fairly similar runners who have had injury problems. I do like brown though but Hightower would be nice depth to have I suppose.

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    If we're gonna sign a bargain-back with injury problems, I'd rather just bring Bradshaw back (provided equal cost).

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    you know who is a FA and does not have injury problems and in good shape ???


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    Doesn't Hightower produce well on special teams? Or am I just thinking this for some odd reason haha

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    No thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYGfanSTRICK View Post
    Doesn't Hightower produce well on special teams? Or am I just thinking this for some odd reason haha
    Well when he's hurt, which is pretty often, he doesn't produce anywhere. I really am not to sure, I haven't consistently watched Hightower since he was a younger player for the Cardinals.

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    Not sure if I should be excited. When he's healthy, he can be pretty good..

    MUCH better.

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