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Nance beats out Grant?

I'm not going to lie. Tom Silverstein's article asserting that Ryan Grant could be cut in favor of Dimitri Nance makes no sense whatsoever. It seems like a reach of epic proportions, something that he just fabricated out of nowhere on a slow news day. He works way too hard to make it seem like Grant's status is tenuous, and likewise blows Nance's preseason accomplishments way out of proportion. Not very good journalism in my opinion.

The only way Grant isn't on the roster opening day is if the coaching staff decides James Starks is so good that Grant becomes expendable. And we've seen nothing to indicate that so far. It really is not some sort of "battle for the last spot" between Grant and Nance, and to suggest so is ignorance at best and sensationalism at worst.

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