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According to other THV11. Apparently he was on there last night discussing it with them. I haven't watched the video yet but a poster on another board says that he discusses the possibility in here.
This post was edited by razorback44 12 months ago
someone else brought this up and I said no for him to come back but I forgot that he took a year off to get his act together... I dont know I just dont know if I would want him back. I know it isnt up to me but this staff told Wade that he couldnt come back and I doubt they will let Dyer back.. we will see it is very interesting
That will never, ever happen. Bielema holds his players to too high of standards. He doesn't mess around with off-the-field issues, and Dyer's had too many elsewhere.
We don't need him. He turned his back on us so who cares about him.
And note to Dyer: If you're trying to change your image, it's probably not a good idea to show up for a statewide TV interview -- in-studio -- wearing a muscle shirt and flashing 1,000 tats.
Yeah that was my thought as well. Wade would have been by far and away the #1 WR on the team the minute he stepped on the field and they didn't blink an eye in telling him no.
I think its crazy that people of sound mind still pass jugement on tats and in this case, a muscle shirt. Most young guys have tats. It doesnt mean you kill people or youve been to prison. Whats the big deal? Hell, if I had arms like his I might wear a muscle shirt from time to time. I might even get some ink to show them off as well. That muscle shirt and ink have nothing to do with his drug problem.
Agreed RT, a little more tact was in order, but I got the impression that he was just trying to flash those arms...dude is huge!
I'm not a Dyer fan at all either, and really dislike the way he dissed AR and its fans duirng his recruitment to Auburn, but that was years ago and I'm more excited about where the program is headed anyway. However, if he proved he's changed (maybe he's really been humbled, or he's just desperate because he knows this is his last chance to prove he's an NFL running back), I'd be fine with letting him add a little more quality depth at our RB position.
From NEA to NWA.
1. Most young guys is a drastic overstatement. I would consider myself a young guy and the majority of guys I grew up with, met in college, or know who are in college across the country don't have tattoos. I don't have a problem with them at all, but that is an overstatement.
2. And this is much more important-- I don't think any of us have problems with muscle shirts, either. If you've got some guns, of course you're going to want to show those off in a sleeveless tee. More power to you. BUT if you have an interview for a job, you're not going to wear one that shows off all of your tattoos. The same is true for this interview on statewide television. The kid could have dressed up more and shown more respect. That's all that's being said here.
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I don't have a problem with tats if that's what you want to do. But showing up in a muscle shirt for an in-studio interview -- with tats all over his arms -- and sitting next to a guy wearing a suit, casts doubt about his judgment. Because there's still that perception with a lot of people. And if you're Michael Dyer, you need to remake your image. Dress for success. Consistently show good judgement. Because in every public appearance that he makes, he's being judged.
Like I said, not a huge deal. Won't keep him from being signed by somebody. But I thought it was funny that he chose to come dressed like that and, perhaps, a little disrespectful to the TV station. It's one thing to give an interview in a muscle shirt after a practice or a workout. It's a totally different thing to show up for an in-studio interview dressed like that. Doesn't help with his image.
This post was edited by R Turbeville 12 months ago
I just discovered EDJR is an Alabama fan. That explains a lot.
Yeah I don;t know where you are from, but I can assure you that most young people do NOT have tats. Especially as many as he is flashing. Maybe he should save some of the $$ he spent on tats and spent them on a nice suit or some nice slacks for the interview. I didn't see the gentleman interviewing him wearing a damn tank top. Dyer should learn to have some respect. When you are visiting someone at their place of business, it is respectful to dress nicely.
Its not about making mistakes because he has made alot of them but how he disrespected us. ill never forgive him. Maybe he should come out and say he is sorry for taking the money and the fat girls and going to Auburn.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by milton14 12 months ago
+1 for the fat girls comment
Dyer isn't coming here and the Hogs don't want him. He has been given many chances and has yet to take advantage of them over a long course of time. BP let some kids get away that was a mistake, but his judgement on Dyer was spot on and he won't be in a Razorback uniform nor should he. If you were going to give him yet another chance then give one to Marquel Wade who would help Arkansas a lot more than Dyer. Arkansas has some talented RBs with a few on campus and Alex coming in. Wade would have made a world of difference at WR both last year and this year. Don't get me wrong, I agree with Coach Bielema on not giving Wade another chance, just saying if he was going to give anyone another chance it would have likely been Wade, not Dyer
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