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Old 05-05-2012, 06:05 PM   #121
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I think he should fight. It's un-american to accuse without providing evidence. Take it to court.
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Old 05-05-2012, 06:20 PM   #122
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Now good ole Stephen A is saying he "doesn't believe the players".

Why?

Cuz, he sez, they didn't go face the NFL and state their case!

Yeah, right - we all know that the NFL and THEIR LAWYERS are all Fair & Balanced and just want the God's Honest Truth!

Sheesh!

There's a reasont the NFLPA told them to LAWYER UP and NOT SHOW UP for the Dog&Pony Show!
Yeah, that's like saying a criminal defendant is guilty because he took the
5th. BTW, anyone notice how the players began speaking up immediately after the penalties were handed down? Does anyone think that is because they just all of a sudden had something to say?

Hell no, they know what a spitefull POS Goodell is and they were rightfully concerned that if they said anything Goodell would retaliate under the pretext of handing down bounty penalties.

This stuff isn't hard to figure out, I don't know why anyone would mention the players' silence and not acknowledge that Goodell was poised with sword to the players' necks this whole time.
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Old 05-05-2012, 09:37 PM   #123
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Yeah, that's like saying a criminal defendant is guilty because he took the
5th. BTW, anyone notice how the players began speaking up immediately after the penalties were handed down? Does anyone think that is because they just all of a sudden had something to say?

Hell no, they know what a spitefull POS Goodell is and they were rightfully concerned that if they said anything Goodell would retaliate under the pretext of handing down bounty penalties.

This stuff isn't hard to figure out, I don't know why anyone would mention the players' silence and not acknowledge that Goodell was poised with sword to the players' necks this whole time.
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Old 05-05-2012, 09:53 PM   #124
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Believe it or not, it doesn't matter weather Vilma is guilty or not. With the new CBA the NFLPA signed off on, the Commissioner is the prosecutor, judge, jury, and executioner for anything that happens off the field. Fair? No. But when the players came close to loosing paychecks this is what they agreed to.
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Believe it or not, it doesn't matter weather Vilma is guilty or not. With the new CBA the NFLPA signed off on, the Commissioner is the prosecutor, judge, jury, and executioner for anything that happens off the field. Fair? No. But when the players came close to loosing paychecks this is what they agreed to.
That would really suck if it was the case. Thankfully, it's not. That's the whole reason the NFLPA is suing the league. Goodell isn't the sole authority on player discipline.
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It doesn't matter to me if he did or did not do it. This is professional football. If you don't want to get hit, get a different job. So what if you got paid to put some hits on someone. They weren't illegal hits. Now, had they been habitually making illegal hits, then by all means suspend and fine all parties involved. But to take things this far just because they were putting up money to hype the defense... get over it. Who cares if Brett Favre got his little ankle hurt, it wasn't illegal. So what if Kurt Warner got laid out, still wasn't illegal. Get it together commish.
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