Any news on Christian Haynes?

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I really enjoyed reading his bio including his plans for the future. Apparently likes to cook and wants to open a restaurant.
I love him already, after decades of learning how to enjoy a great variety of cooking, I am learning how to cook these days and I have great respect for folks who can cook.
 
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Guys help. I haven't heard any news on Cody Bartman.
Lots love for our Cody:



 

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He's in the best shape of his life and coming into the season with a chip on his shoulder.
Gee, he couldn't do that for us?
I think he sucked anyway, it's not his fault he's slow and stiff like a corpse.
You really cannot fix genetic traits.
 

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Another fan base that can watch Barton lock on to blockers while the play goes by him.
 

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He's in the best shape of his life and coming into the season with a chip on his shoulder.

If you're talking about Cody Barton, I love your comment very much.

The whole has-a-chip-on-his-shoulder thing is irrelevant nonsense, and it makes me sad when people here repeat it as if they actually believe it. Any professional athlete at the major-league level is a freak of nature who has also busted his ass to get where he is. A chip on a bad player's shoulder can't make him a good player.

And when you read or hear that a player is "in the best shape of his life," it's almost always about some player well into the process of washing out of the league, whether he's a has-been or a never-was.

EDITED to add: since it looks like saying "I love your comment very much" didn't make it obvious enough for fender (see his comment below this one), I love @Rat's comment precisely because I found it hilarious. It's a perfect parody of two silly things fans tell themselves, and I'm sure that's how it was meant, if he was indeed talking about Barton.
 
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