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Hartley will have to win his job back from Carney

After a sluggish start to the 2010 season from one of the heroes of the Saints’ 2009 postseason, kicker Garrett Hartley has lost his job, though he is still employed.

Per Ed Werder of ESPN, 46-year-old (I always like it when an NFL player is older than me) John Carney will kick for the Saints until Hartley wins his job back.

When that happens, Carney apparently will continue to be part of the team, which means that the Saints will be operating with a 52-man roster this year.
  

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2 Responses to “Hartley will have to win his job back from Carney”
  1. tnsteve says: Oct 3, 2010 1:04 PM

    Uhhh…what???
    “When that happens, Carney apparently will continue to be part of the team, which means that the Saints will be operating with a 52-man roster this year.”

  2. mp42245 says: Oct 4, 2010 11:49 AM

    “He’ll be part of the team” as an advisor till the next time Hartly screws up, and then some chump will get cut to put him back on the roster. They can’t cut Hartley. He’ll be scooped up.

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