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    Hutchinson seems to have the most at stake.

    After fours years in pro baseball as a pitcher with the St. Louis Cardinals, he became the Cowboys' starter midway through his rookie season. But the Cowboys went 2-7 in his starts and coach Dave Campo was fired.

    Campo's replacement, Bill Parcells, picked Carter as his starter last season and Dallas went 10-6 with a playoff appearance. Last month, the Cowboys acquired another high-profile quarterback and former baseball player, Drew Henson, apparently leaving Hutchinson as the odd man out.

    "It would be nice to be able to get a fair shot at winning the job, but as I found out this year it's not always fair," Hutchinson said in a telephone interview. "I know I can compete at that level."

    Cowboys owner Jerry Jones visited Hutchinson at the Fire's training camp in Tampa, Fla., and assured him the team remains committed to him.

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    all the NFLE games are on the nfl channel, which i recently got, along with ESPN classic.

    who is hutch playing for over there, anyway?
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    • #3
      Could do him some good. It really seemed to help Looker bring his skills up.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by bigJOE@Apr 6 2004, 09:42 AM
        all the NFLE games are on the nfl channel, which i recently got, along with ESPN classic.

        who is hutch playing for over there, anyway?
        He plays for the Rhein Fire.

        Chad Hutchinson finished the day going 8-for-14 for 101 yards and his backup, Greg Zolman looked very strong going 7-for-9 for 122 yards and a touchdown pass to Willie Quinnie. Zolman also connected with Nate Jackson on a 66-yard play that set up that touchdown.

        I remember some of the games being on Fox Sports last year.

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        • #5
          do they have a rule where both QB's have to play a quarter or something?
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Cubs4ever@Apr 6 2004, 09:49 AM
            do they have a rule where both QB's have to play a quarter or something?
            Not sure about that. I have watched maybe a whole game total since it's been around.

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            • #7
              well, it's kinda like a minor league system for the NFL. i'm sure the coaches try to get everyone in the game, kinda like they do in spring training in baseball.
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              • #8
                okay, they always say one guy will start, another the 2nd quarter, and then the better goes from there. I got curious
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                • #9
                  I often wonder why they send them to Europe, there isn't too much coverage of it at all over there.

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