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Huff looking forward to playing in a ‘real defense’

By Steve Corkran
Wednesday, June 13th, 2012 at 2:43 pm in Oakland Raiders.

Free safety Michael Huff seems to have a little extra pep in his steps these days. He’s healthy again, he’s around his teammates and he finally gets a chance to play in a defensive scheme that highlights his abilities.
Huff is of the belief that the Raiders defense was too predictable in his first six NFL seasons and that late owner Al Davis’ heavy hand on the defensive philosophy and scheme limited the players’ ability to perform at peak level.
“We’re just looking forward to playing for a defensive head coach, getting to play a real defense,” Huff said in reference to defensive-minded head coach Dennis Allen. “So, I’m definitely looking forward to that this year.”
When pressed on what he meant by “a real defense,” Huff didn’t mince his words.
“Nothing personal but, obviously, before with Al (Davis), rest in peace, he had his hands in all the defense,” Huff said. “He had all his little things he liked to do. Now with D.A. out there, we got all kinds of blitzes, we got 3-4, 4-3 fronts, just a lot of different variety and a lot of different things going on. So, I’m going to love it.”
Huff’s role in the defense figures to be wide-reaching, with more blitzing, playing more cornerback and taking on a role similar to that of Green Bay Packers cornerback Charles Woodson.
“That’s what it seems like, just a lot of variety and doing it all,” Huff said. “You never know where he’s going to line up at. He’s just out there making plays. Hopefully I’ll kind of emulate him and play like him.”
Huff said the Raiders defense was too predictable in the past. Now, opposing offenses are going to be forced to figure out what he and his teammates are doing from play to play.
Accomplishing this goal entails mixing up defensive fronts, well-disguised blitzes and a varied scheme. Allen has said in the past that he wants his defense to be “multiple.”
“Everybody knew,” Huff said. “I’m in the middle of the field, I’m in the post, we’re pretty much man-to-man on the outside, it was pretty simple. We really didn’t blitz much. We let our front four get after them. That’s how it was, so we dealt with it.”

Terrelle Pryor has spent most of the past 11 months or so learning what he can from the likes of Carson Palmer, Jason Campbell, Kyle Boller and Matt Leinart, as well as numerous Raiders coaches.
In his quest to absorb even more insight into the nuances of succeeding at quarterback in the NFL, Pryor reached out to former Raiders quarterback Rich Gannon.
“We’re talking in contact with Rich Gannon and we’re going to get together with him,” Pryor said. “We’ll create something that has to do with going by Knapp (Greg, offensive coordinator) and coach Flip’s (John DeFilippo, quarterbacks coach) scheme. Obviously I’m going to take the playbook and grab a couple of receivers, maybe some younger high school guys, maybe some NFL guys and just run the script that I have and have them run the same routes and go through my reads.
“Can’t get that enough. Like I said I don’t take a lot of reps so I have to rep it by myself even if it has to be with a ghost to do my footsteps that’s what I’ll have to do. I’ll get better. I’ll be working hard.”
Raiders coach Dennis Allen said Pryor is making consistent progress in his first full offseason. Pryor arrived via the supplemental draft in late August last year and spent most of his time catching up.
“He’s made progress,” Allen said. “Still a long way away, but he’s made significant progress and the thing that I’ve liked about him has been his demeanor and the way he’s been willing to work and get better. As long as he does that, he’s got enough athletic talent that eventually he’s going to become a player.”

Defensive tackle Travis Ivey suffered a concussion while lifting weights the other day, Allen said. Ivey got hit in the head by a weight bar. Ivey’s injury isn’t serious, according to Allen.
Linebacker Aaron Curry’s knees are bothering him, Allen said, so he was held out of practice Wednesday as a “precautionary” measure.
Wide reciever Denarius Moore spent the day watching practice from the sideline, while recovering from the right hamstring injury he suffered Tuesday.
Allen said that Moore will be fine and ready to roll by the start of training camp in Napa on July 29.

Middle linebacker Rolando McClain recorded an interception of a Palmer pass late in practice. Those are the kinds of plays Allen is counting upon from McClain in his third season.
McClain declined an interview request after practice.

Allen remains convinced that running back Darren McFadden is nothing short of 100 percent and ready to pick up where he left off last season before a foot injury ended his season after only seven games.
“He looks extremely good to me,” Allen said. “He looks fast. He looks explosive. He knows what to do. He knows how to do it. And as we all know the key is, can we keep this guy healthy? And if we can, I would expect him to have a good year.”
McFadden has looked sharp at practice since he returned in early May. There aren’t any lingering signs of the foot injury that forced him to miss most of the final 10 games, and he is doing everything one would expect from an elite back.
“I feel better and better every day, it seems,” McFadden said. “A lot of my soreness is gone. I don’t really get sore after one hard practice to the next. So that’s the good thing for me; it’s a good sign that I can go out there two or three days back-to-back and keep going.”
More important, McFadden said, he won’t enter training camp with any concern about his durability or status.
“It’s great to be able to do it because, coming back from an injury like that, a lot of it probably plays on your mind,” McFadden said. “You’re wondering if you can do the things that you did at first. Just being out here and running around, I see that I can do those things full speed, so I don’t think it will be a problem for me.”

With Moore sidelined most of the past two days, rookie Rod Streater received increased playing time in practice. Call it a reward for a job well done to this point, Allen said.
“He’s earned the right to get the reps,” Allen said. “He’s done a nice job. He’s a young guy. He’s continuing to improve but he’s obviously caught our eye enough to think he’s earned the right to get a couple of first-team reps.”
When asked for a scouting report, here’s what Allen said of Streater:
“He’s caught the ball extremely well, he’s run very good routes, he knows how to get open and he has been explosive as a receiver,” Allen said. “Again, he’s still a young guy, he’s still learning, he’s still making those rookie mistakes. But from an athletic standpoint, from a skill set standpoint, he’s really impressive.”

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  • Just Fire Baby

    There is a correlation between humor and hard you have to work for that humor.

    DMAC can be funny in 8 words, Beechy needs 100 and he isn’t even funny half the time.

  • J Hill

    Watched some program the other night that focused on some cat named Filthy Rich and Seminary street.

    Just like Compton, to say the least..

  • J Hill

    Part 2 focused on the hispanic bloods and crips, lol.

  • Just Fire Baby

    Who is this Filthy Rich guy and did he bite Money Mayweather?

    Money has had Philthy Rich records (his label) and Philthy Rich productions for probably 10 years.

  • DMAC

    J Heezy
    What up brother??? (Hulkamania voice)

  • Method To My Madness

    952.J Hill Says:
    June 14th, 2012 at 1:06 pm
    Watched some program the other night that focused on some cat named Filthy Rich and Seminary street.

    Just like Compton, to say the least..

    *********************

    He from Sem City….he be bussin some…got some slaps…and no he didnt bite floyd…no one in oakland bites anyone…they bite us

  • Method To My Madness

    Jheezle…. yerah the norteno vs sureno and border brother shhht in oakland….not my job

  • RaiderRockstar

    Murphy, Moore, Brandon Myers, Mitchell and Tonga not practicing today.

    Aaron Curry, Dave Tollefson and Stefen Wisniewski also not participating in final day of mini camp.

    ***

    what the heck happened to Brandon Myers??

    Also, does this mean Eddie McGee is back at practice?

  • Plunketthead

    What are my Andy Etchebarren cards worth.

    Anyone remember him? Ugliest mofo to ever grace a card and I use to get one in every pack

  • Method To My Madness

    951.Just Fire Baby Says:
    June 14th, 2012 at 1:06 pm
    There is a correlation between humor and hard you have to work for that humor.

    DMAC can be funny in 8 words, Beechy needs 100 and he isn’t even funny half the time.

    *********************

    You mean damn near all the time….no versatility in his schit and still cant speak about sports…just lies about tricking off on strippers

  • Method To My Madness

    brb

  • Just Fire Baby

    I don’t remember Etchebarren, but homeboy had some serious eyebrow action!!!!

    He looks like a combination of Adam Carolla and Andre the Giant

  • TxRaider210

    DMac..did you ever see the Garbage Pail Kid’s movie? Simply disgusting..lol

  • RaiderRockstar

    McClain with nice coverage on McFadden in flat. Palmer forced to throw ball out of bounds.

    Palmer connects with Heyward-Bey for touchdown in front of Tyvon Branch. Catch much better than DHB’s TD dance.

    Leinart pass goes right into Van Dyke’s hands, though Van Dyke dropped the sure pick.

    Leinart for Criner at goal line, intercepted by rookie linebacker Nathan Stupar.

    Pryor overlooks McFadden in flat, forces pass into double coverage. Needs to make a better decision there.

    Pryor to Criner for touchdown. Strong throw, nice catch above head, with DeMarcus Van Dyke unable to contest pass.

    Conroy Black steps in front of receiver and intercepts Terrelle Pryor pass.

    Leinart follows up with pass that should have been intercepted by Curtis Taylor.

    Matt Leinart to rookie Juron Criner on route over the middle amidst three defenders. Doesn’t get much prettier.

    Running the same offensive line. Surprised Joseph Barksdale and Tony Bergstrom aren’t getting any reps with starters.

    Darren McFadden in single coverage against Rolando McClain. Guessing you know who won that matchup.

    Owen Schmitt running ahead of Marcel Reece at fullback. Not sure what that means at this point.

    Taiwan Jones makes one cut, jukes defender and blows down left sideline. Speed in open field is breathtaking.

    ***

    Leinart knows this offense like the back of his hand, but STILL throws 3 INT’s [if you count the drop by Taylor] against backups. If Dennis Allen & Greg Knapp give this guy the #2QB job and Carson Palmer goes down, we’re screwed. This is a glorified passing camp, where the QB’s go untouched, mind you

  • DMAC

    Just Fire Baby Says:
    June 14th, 2012 at 1:15 pm

    I don’t remember Etchebarren, but homeboy had some serious eyebrow action!!!!

    He looks like a combination of Adam Carolla and Andre the Giant
    ========

    I have no idea what this dude looks like, but can you sprinkle in a little Tyrone Hill? That mfka was ugly!

  • CJ Legend 34

    In my opinion Huff should really keep his big mouth shut and play ball. Why bring up Al had input in the defense. If I recall when he was a free agent Al paid him and he accepted the contract. So if he disliked the defense so much why did Huff not take his unhappy @$$ to another team?

    To me Huff is just giving a hiden excuse of his average play since he came out of college. I just hate to hear guys blame Al in the defense if you signed a contract to play for him once your contract was up. Al over paid all these bums! In my opinion. Including Huff-n-Puff. Best thing he can do is cover a TE.

    http://www.insidebayarea.com/raiders/ci_20850289/raiders-michael-huff-says-al-davis-had-hand?source=most_viewed

  • DMAC

    TxRaider210 Says:
    June 14th, 2012 at 1:16 pm

    DMac..did you ever see the Garbage Pail Kid’s movie? Simply disgusting..lol
    =======

    A movie came out?
    When?

  • Just Fire Baby

    Surprised Joseph Barksdale and Tony Bergstrom aren’t getting any reps with starters.

    ************************

    They shouldn’t be.

  • TxRaider210

    DMAC Says:
    June 14th, 2012 at 1:17 pm
    TxRaider210 Says:
    June 14th, 2012 at 1:16 pm

    DMac..did you ever see the Garbage Pail Kid’s movie? Simply disgusting..lol
    =======

    A movie came out?
    When?

    ——————
    Back in the day when the cards were out…you may find it on youtube idk

  • RaiderRockstar

    Palmer connects with Heyward-Bey for touchdown in front of Tyvon Branch. Catch much better than DHB’s TD dance

    ***

    I noticed nobody posted this tweet by Steve in here, LOL

    you bunch of Branch-loving DHB haters

    King Darrius!

  • Just Fire Baby

    Ty Hill had an ugly jump-shot and an even uglier mug.

  • DMAC

    TxRaider210 Says:
    June 14th, 2012 at 1:19 pm

    DMAC Says:
    June 14th, 2012 at 1:17 pm
    TxRaider210 Says:
    June 14th, 2012 at 1:16 pm

    DMac..did you ever see the Garbage Pail Kid’s movie? Simply disgusting..lol
    =======

    A movie came out?
    When?

    ——————
    Back in the day when the cards were out…you may find it on youtube idk
    ========

    Damn foreals? I might of missed it or don’t remember. I thought a new one was suppose to come out?

  • TxRaider210
  • The Beeech Dawg

    Brain the Genital, did you just complete a course in How to Be a Gangsta at your local community college?

    For some reason you’re always reciting all these silly rules you have to follow

    Lil Nerd, take my advice – if you want to establish a dope street rep, you gotta actually leave your dorm fridge and Forrest Gump tape and REP in the streets

    Beeech Dawg free advice for the day, shout out to Kool Moe Dee

    And me and my blog homies all get that you’re scared to enter my blog rap octogon for a lyrical showdown

    But crying over and over again about how unfair it is and making up excuses only makes my superiority greater

    Which is great for my collection of stripper hizzies, keepin it real in the jacuzzi

    2 KEWL 4 SKOOL REPPIN’ PHAT STACKS IN THE MDR

  • HayesDaze37

    It’s a great time to be a Raiders fan. Isn’t it?!

    WTF, Vegas Baby??

    Just Fire Baby Says:

    This will piss a lot of people off, but IMO Bo Jackson is the most overrated sports player in history.

    The guy wasn’t very good at baseball, and played what 4 half seasons of football and got hurt.

    Not that he wasn’t good, but he was probably the 5th or 6th best KC Royal on his teams, yet nobody can name the other 5, but everyone and their mom know Bo.

    ——————

    If you saw him play live, in-person, you’d have a different opinion.

    If anything, Bo Jackson is UNDER-rated as an athlete, because so many people believe the hype was bigger than the man. So many people who never saw him play, or only saw clips on TV.

    Bo Jackson made the world’s greatest athletes shake their heads in astonishment. He made the best athletes, in both pro sports he played, jump out of their seats to watch him. He was as powerful and athletic as athletes get.

    There were a lot of “ifs” left when Bo busted his hip…but he FAR out-performed everybody’s expectations of him (except his own, and Al Davis’s).

    When he was healthy, he was able to make jaw-dropping plays in the outfield…nobody knows how good he would’ve become with another year of baseball under his belt. Strike-outs? See: Reggie Jackson.

    And on a football field, Bo was the closest his generation came to having somebody like the great Jim Brown. The current generation doesn’t have anyone close to that.

    Bo’s hip couldn’t get blood-flow, and eventually was replaced…and he came back limping on an artificial hip to play pro baseball again. Too bad it didn’t work out. At least the great athlete and competitor in him never gave-up hope of real recovery.

    I saw Bo in-person, time and again, for his short career. I saw the greatest athlete I’ve ever seen on a football field, and I consider myself very lucky to have seen him in action.

    Until his hip broke, Bo justified the hype. Bo WAS the hype for the NFL…and deservedly so.

  • TxRaider210

    DMac ..Not sure on the new one, the first was made in 1987

  • hwnrdr

    967.DMAC Says:
    June 14th, 2012 at 1:17 pm
    TxRaider210 Says:
    June 14th, 2012 at 1:16 pm

    DMac..did you ever see the Garbage Pail Kid’s movie? Simply disgusting..lol
    =======

    A movie came out?
    When?

    Seriously? back in the 90′s! It was disgusting but some of it was funny as heck!

  • DMAC

    2.7

    Daaamn!

  • hwnrdr

    976.TxRaider210 Says:
    June 14th, 2012 at 1:20 pm
    DMac ..Not sure on the new one, the first was made in 1987

    Oh shoot…lol, there goes my memory!

  • CJ Legend 34

    964.RaiderRockstar Says:
    June 14th, 2012 at 1:16 pm
    McClain with nice coverage on McFadden in flat. Palmer forced to throw ball out of bounds.

    Palmer connects with Heyward-Bey for touchdown in front of Tyvon Branch. Catch much better than DHB’s TD dance.

    Leinart pass goes right into Van Dyke’s hands, though Van Dyke dropped the sure pick.

    Leinart for Criner at goal line, intercepted by rookie linebacker Nathan Stupar.

    Pryor overlooks McFadden in flat, forces pass into double coverage. Needs to make a better decision there.

    Pryor to Criner for touchdown. Strong throw, nice catch above head, with DeMarcus Van Dyke unable to contest pass.

    Conroy Black steps in front of receiver and intercepts Terrelle Pryor pass.

    Leinart follows up with pass that should have been intercepted by Curtis Taylor.

    Matt Leinart to rookie Juron Criner on route over the middle amidst three defenders. Doesn’t get much prettier.

    Running the same offensive line. Surprised Joseph Barksdale and Tony Bergstrom aren’t getting any reps with starters.

    Darren McFadden in single coverage against Rolando McClain. Guessing you know who won that matchup.

    Owen Schmitt running ahead of Marcel Reece at fullback. Not sure what that means at this point.

    Taiwan Jones makes one cut, jukes defender and blows down left sideline. Speed in open field is breathtaking.

    ***

    Everything sounds as expected. Yes, if Palmer goes down we are in trouble with Lienart. “He is who we thought he is.”

  • DMAC

    hwnrdr Says:
    June 14th, 2012 at 1:20 pm

    967.DMAC Says:
    June 14th, 2012 at 1:17 pm
    TxRaider210 Says:
    June 14th, 2012 at 1:16 pm

    DMac..did you ever see the Garbage Pail Kid’s movie? Simply disgusting..lol
    =======

    A movie came out?
    When?

    Seriously? back in the 90’s! It was disgusting but some of it was funny as heck!
    ========

    Remember dude w/ the boogers in that garbage can?
    lol

  • mack-madden

    I grew up with most of the livewire here in the west.

    been with stalin since baby wipers and diapers.

  • RaiderRockstar
  • mack-madden

    and for those who dont know,

    Pinky is from the west.

    all of us grew up together.

    she rap now also… along with her other endeavors…

  • Raidernationdave

    Spain is spanking the Irish right now

  • TxRaider210

    DMAC Says:
    June 14th, 2012 at 1:22 pm
    hwnrdr Says:
    June 14th, 2012 at 1:20 pm

    967.DMAC Says:
    June 14th, 2012 at 1:17 pm
    TxRaider210 Says:
    June 14th, 2012 at 1:16 pm

    DMac..did you ever see the Garbage Pail Kid’s movie? Simply disgusting..lol
    =======

    A movie came out?
    When?

    Seriously? back in the 90’s! It was disgusting but some of it was funny as heck!
    ========

    Remember dude w/ the boogers in that garbage can?
    lol

    —————————
    LOL I have some cards somewhere

  • hwnrdr

    Remember dude w/ the boogers in that garbage can?
    lol

    And Windy? LOL

  • Just Fire Baby

    Hayes,

    Bo was the greatest athlete maybe ever, but because he bounced around he never was a complete player, in either sport.

    Just my opinion. I did see him live once at an A’s game when I was like 8, lol. They brought the famous chicken for that game.

    Definitely a better football player than baseball player.

    Danny Tartabull was the best outfielder on those Bo-Royals team, and it isn’t even up for debate.

  • DMAC

    mack-madden Says:
    June 14th, 2012 at 1:23 pm

    and for those who dont know,

    Pinky is from the west.

    all of us grew up together.

    she rap now also… along with her other endeavors…
    ========

    Did she bounce back?
    Last time I saw, she had gained a few lbs.

  • Raidernationdave

    Thanks for the link

    +++++++++++++++++

    RaiderRockstar Says:
    June 14th, 2012 at 1:23 pm

    Rich Gannon on Terrelle Pryor:

    http://www.insidebayarea.com/raiders/ci_20850011/raiders-terrelle-pryor-says-he-may-get-quarterback

  • TxRaider210

    hwnrdr Says:
    June 14th, 2012 at 1:24 pm
    Remember dude w/ the boogers in that garbage can?
    lol

    And Windy? LOL

    —————
    Potty Scotty lol

  • RaiderRockstar

    McClain with nice coverage on McFadden in flat. Palmer forced to throw ball out of bounds

    ***

    hot dang, man

    I didn’t think quicksand mcclain could cover Darren McFadden in a walking boot!

    maybe Wheeler was right and #55 = grease lightning?

  • Just Fire Baby

    Pinky needs some fakies.

  • CJ Legend 34

    975.HayesDaze37 Says:
    June 14th, 2012 at 1:20 pm
    It’s a great time to be a Raiders fan. Isn’t it?!

    WTF, Vegas Baby??

    Just Fire Baby Says:

    This will piss a lot of people off, but IMO Bo Jackson is the most overrated sports player in history.

    The guy wasn’t very good at baseball, and played what 4 half seasons of football and got hurt.

    Not that he wasn’t good, but he was probably the 5th or 6th best KC Royal on his teams, yet nobody can name the other 5, but everyone and their mom know Bo.

    ——————

    If you saw him play live, in-person, you’d have a different opinion.

    If anything, Bo Jackson is UNDER-rated as an athlete, because so many people believe the hype was bigger than the man. So many people who never saw him play, or only saw clips on TV.

    Bo Jackson made the world’s greatest athletes shake their heads in astonishment. He made the best athletes, in both pro sports he played, jump out of their seats to watch him. He was as powerful and athletic as athletes get.

    There were a lot of “ifs” left when Bo busted his hip…but he FAR out-performed everybody’s expectations of him (except his own, and Al Davis’s).

    When he was healthy, he was able to make jaw-dropping plays in the outfield…nobody knows how good he would’ve become with another year of baseball under his belt. Strike-outs? See: Reggie Jackson.

    And on a football field, Bo was the closest his generation came to having somebody like the great Jim Brown. The current generation doesn’t have anyone close to that.

    Bo’s hip couldn’t get blood-flow, and eventually was replaced…and he came back limping on an artificial hip to play pro baseball again. Too bad it didn’t work out. At least the great athlete and competitor in him never gave-up hope of real recovery.

    I saw Bo in-person, time and again, for his short career. I saw the greatest athlete I’ve ever seen on a football field, and I consider myself very lucky to have seen him in action.

    Until his hip broke, Bo justified the hype. Bo WAS the hype for the NFL…and deservedly so.

    ——————————————————
    Just Fire KNOWS NOTHING!!! About BO!!!!!

    Live in person when this guy ran his legs were a blur. No lie!!! Upper body built like a LB. If he got less than 5 yards on any one carry it was a bad run even for a first down. He could score from anywhere on the field. For real!!! He was the MJ of football before he got hurt.

  • mack-madden

    philty had this one thick ass bad high yellow red bone he was pimping 2 years ago…

    im talking top flight

  • The Beeech Dawg

    Yo Brahs

    Gettin’ ready to hit up Islands with the Certified Platinum Posse for Big Wave burgers and an undercover hand jiggity from this dope waitress

    Always like a little rubby-rub with my Island Fries, mo hizzle

    Then its back to the Beeech Diggity Party Pad to get hella silly on fresh margs

    Then probably watch the Director’s Cut of Forrest Gump. Guess there’s 90 hours of bonus footage that shows Forrest actually running across Montana

    FIZZLE FRY FRIGGITY FRESH

  • Raidernationdave

    Losing 4-0 in soccer (excuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuse me…futbol!) is like losing 56-0 in the NFL.

  • Method To My Madness

    974.The Beeech Dawg Says:
    June 14th, 2012 at 1:20 pm
    Brain the Genital, did you just complete a course in How to Be a Gangsta at your local community college?

    For some reason you’re always reciting all these silly rules you have to follow

    Lil Nerd, take my advice – if you want to establish a dope street rep, you gotta actually leave your dorm fridge and Forrest Gump tape and REP in the streets

    Beeech Dawg free advice for the day, shout out to Kool Moe Dee

    And me and my blog homies all get that you’re scared to enter my blog rap octogon for a lyrical showdown

    But crying over and over again about how unfair it is and making up excuses only makes my superiority greater

    Which is great for my collection of stripper hizzies, keepin it real in the jacuzzi

    2 KEWL 4 SKOOL REPPIN’ PHAT STACKS IN THE MDR

    ******************************

    As usual a typical sorry excuse for a response from Btch Poodle

    Your first line was garbage….community college? That is reaching to furthest levels that even MR would be jealous of….you make zero sense

    Reciting rules to follow? Haha thats your excuse for being exposed as a liar and a fraud…..there are rules to things…always has and always will be…like the rules your tranny lover lays down on you at your studio apartment in west hollywood

    Advice from a proven liar and closet queen? No thanks…here is some advice for you…show up to a game for once and we might take you serious

    You prove your inferiority by proving you cant rap at all by letting ppl hear your spit game….anytime you wanna really get on the mic we can…like James Brown…I can beat ya scrappin or rappin

  • Method To My Madness

    982.mack-madden Says:
    June 14th, 2012 at 1:22 pm
    I grew up with most of the livewire here in the west.

    been with stalin since baby wipers and diapers.

    ************
    lil cuz use to have kill shot hits

  • JLofty

    999…