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- Jul 9, 2001
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Depending on what happens I'm guessing he's gone for 6-8 games if not longer.
My prediction: Kamara gets at least 8 games. Watson gets zero punishment. 26 complaints and the NFL sees NOTHING.Speculative at best. Click bait journalism. No previous record and a good lawyer means he pays a settlement and gets probation. League will give him a suspension. I would say of the six week variety. I can speculate too. Doesn’t mean my opinion matters either.
I thought I read earlier in this cluster that once the charges were filed and being a felony he basically has a slim to none chance of not being prosecuted. Shame that he comes across as a stand up guy and probably just made a bad decision in a tough situation but if he did in fact beat on a guy that was already down then it is what it is at that point. I'm 100% going to wait for the trial or evidence to form an actual opinion but the lead in certainly doesn't paint him I'm the best light.Speculative at best. Click bait journalism. No previous record and a good lawyer means he pays a settlement and gets probation. League will give him a suspension. I would say of the six week variety. I can speculate too. Doesn’t mean my opinion matters either.
Yep. Pro Bowl had ZERO to do with his decision to pummel someone after they were down and out. It was his decision and his decision alone. Bad decision and irrational, for whatever reason. No excuses.As much as I hate the Pro Bowl, I think the issue lies with Kamara...not the Pro Bowl.
When the video is released, and it will be, because someone will file the FOIA. The police have already released the ugly details of the crime anyway. Kamara is seen on video punching the guy 8 times, both conscious and unconscious. Kamara meets the standard 2 times. Knocking him unconscious, and breaking his orbital bone (eye socket) on film.6 game suspension...at most