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Two for the Money
A quick glance at the roster now shows Dockery as number 35, sans letter. Goddard, whose locker reads ‘Na'Shaw,' is still waiting for his justification. "I couldn't say anything because I was a free agent, but now that I'm on the team I have to let them know they have to get me fixed up," he laughed. While Goddard admitted he was "definitely surprised" to survive the final cuts, Dockery had no doubt he'd make it. "At the end I was just waiting to see what happened," the former Mississippi State corner said. "I made it. It's a great feeling. A dream come true, beating all the odds. That makes you feel twice as good. "I was very confident coming in. I've been a guy that's always produced but always flew under the radar because of my size (5-8). I knew if I was given the opportunity that I would make good on it." He did, albeit without much verbal backing from the guys in charge. "I could feel myself fitting in well, but the coaches didn't give me any...
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