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The Tallest Set of Forwards Ever?

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Karl Pryce

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Both very tall but hardly world beaters!

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Ian Kirke, Chris Feather and Wayne McDonald are all examples of big players with no real attributes to have played at Leeds in the last decade.

As for Mason, he came over here thinking it would be easy and he would be having a paid holiday. He was wrong. He knew to get a gig back in the NRL though he's have to raise his game again otherwise he wouldn't last.

Brett Mullins was shocking at Leeds but the year after at the Roosters he was leading try scorer and looked a different class. It's all to do with their mindset.

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Ian Kirke, Chris Feather and Wayne McDonald are all examples of big players with no real attributes to have played at Leeds in the last decade.

As for Mason, he came over here thinking it would be easy and he would be having a paid holiday. He was wrong. He knew to get a gig back in the NRL though he's have to raise his game again otherwise he wouldn't last.

Brett Mullins was shocking at Leeds but the year after at the Roosters he was leading try scorer and looked a different class. It's all to do with their mindset.

did bradley Clyde play over here also, seem to remember him doing so?

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And now they've signed George Rose - the fattest forward ever

George is definitely an old style forward. I'm surprised he gets a gig in the NRL. Having said that I quite like watching him play. He's not afraid to take the ball up and gets some good balls away at times.

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