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Old 03-26-2006, 01:49 PM   #31
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NFL | Pash a possible successor for Tagliabue
Sun, 26 Mar 2006 09:06:18 -0800

Mark Curnutte, of the Cincinnati Enquirer, reports NFL chief administrative officer Jeff Pash has been named as a possible successor to NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue.

NFL | NFL Combine officials investigating leaked Wonderlic results
Sun, 26 Mar 2006 09:20:33 -0800

Patrick McManamon, of the Akron Beacon Journal, reports Atlanta Falcons general manager and co-chairman of the NFL's competition committee Rich McKay said the people who run the NFL Combine are investigating how Texas QB Vince Young's Wonderlic results were leaked. They believe Young's low score could hurt his draft status and are looking on how to revamp the way tests are given.
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Bengals | M. Lewis named to competition committee
Sun, 26 Mar 2006 13:55:53 -0800

Mark Curnutte, of the Cincinnati Enquirer, reports Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis has been named a voting member of the NFL's competition committee. He replaces Seattle Seahawks head coach Mike Holmgren, who stepped down from the position.
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STEELERS | REQUEST SUPERBOWL OFFICIATING CREW.


What A. Thief of the Pittsburgh Gazzet is reporting that the Steelers organization has summitted a formal request asking the league if the officiating crew from this past superbowl could be used to officiate every steelers game this coming season.
When asked why the team would make such a request, Steelers coach Bill Cowher, said "are you an idiot? did you not see our superbowl victory? with that crew officiating all our games, we should easily go undefieted."
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or just maybe we could possibly leave this thread on topic and avoid trolling?
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We are too much worried abour the what if and not focused enough on the what is. It doesnt matter how much they change the rules, we are still going to watch the game. Officiating has always been bad and yet we still watch the game. New rules come into effect every year, and we still watch the game. Calls do not go our way, and we still watch the game. Our beloved Skins were a losing team for over a decade, and we still watched the game. So let those bastards in those owners meetings try to improve the NFL, because thats what they get paid for. Damn it, I will be watching the game!
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We are too much worried abour the what if and not focused enough on the what is. It doesnt matter how much they change the rules, we are still going to watch the game. Officiating has always been bad and yet we still watch the game. New rules come into effect every year, and we still watch the game. Calls do not go our way, and we still watch the game. Our beloved Skins were a losing team for over a decade, and we still watched the game. So let those bastards in those owners meetings try to improve the NFL, because thats what they get paid for. Damn it, I will be watching the game!
longest "just shut up" message ever.... touche
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trolling????i like it
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NFL | Owners to discuss Los Angeles again
Mon, 27 Mar 2006 05:53:46 -0800

David Elfin, of the Washington Times, reports another topic of discussion at the NFL owners' meeting this week will be the placement of a team is Los Angeles. "Moving forward on Los Angeles is a key priority, because the economic foundations that enable us to look at that type of a challenge and to address it are in place with TV in place and labor in place," commissioner Paul Tagliabue said. Tagliabue continues to meet with prospective ownership groups, whose team would play at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (the former home of the Raiders), the Rose Bowl in Pasadena or at Angel Stadium (the former home of the Rams) in Anaheim.
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what about the broncos game last year...
Oh how that game pissed me off. Just like the Bucs debacle but I understand that there will be mistakes made. Hell I can find EVERY holding, pass interference, horse collar, fumble, or any call that may have been missed by a ref after I get to see it again on t.v. I know that no matter what I will watch the games but I know, excuse me, I feel that there are some fishy things that go on. I don't know if it's me but since The Danny has gotten here I feel there is some sort of vendetta against the Redskins. Not just from the media but the league as well. A lot of calls go aginst the Skins that wouldn't for another team. Then again maybe I feel that way because I am a Redskins fan, who knows ? The point is that there will always be calls that someone misses, and there will be some that I see that really weren't there. I just don't like to see my team F'd over, plain and simple.

Redskins vs Panthers '03 I think- Steven Davis' fumble I mean touchdown

Anyone remember that crap ? Anyhoo, take it easy folks !


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Oh how that game pissed me off. Just like the Bucs debacle but I understand that there will be mistakes made. Hell I can find EVERY holding, pass interference, horse collar, fumble, or any call that may have been missed by a ref after I get to see it again on t.v. I know that no matter what I will watch the games but I know, excuse me, I feel that there are some fishy things that go on. I don't know if it's me but since The Danny has gotten here I feel there is some sort of vendetta against the Redskins. Not just from the media but the league as well. A lot of calls go aginst the Skins that wouldn't for another team. Then again maybe I feel that way because I am a Redskins fan, who knows ? The point is that there will always be calls that someone misses, and there will be some that I see that really weren't there. I just don't like to see my team F'd over, plain and simple.

Redskins vs Panthers '03 I think- Steven Davis' fumble I mean touchdown

Anyone remember that crap ? Anyhoo, take it easy folks !


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the calling of a tuck in the broncos game was absolutely correct. Its a retarded rule, but they called it as its written in the books. Lots of teams have lots of calls go against them. you only remember the calls againsts your team and forget the one that helped them. Seattle had plenty of complaints about refs too unless they're perfect, no one's happy... and even that won't please everyone.
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Oh how that game pissed me off. Just like the Bucs debacle but I understand that there will be mistakes made. Hell I can find EVERY holding, pass interference, horse collar, fumble, or any call that may have been missed by a ref after I get to see it again on t.v. I know that no matter what I will watch the games but I know, excuse me, I feel that there are some fishy things that go on. I don't know if it's me but since The Danny has gotten here I feel there is some sort of vendetta against the Redskins. Not just from the media but the league as well. A lot of calls go aginst the Skins that wouldn't for another team. Then again maybe I feel that way because I am a Redskins fan, who knows ? The point is that there will always be calls that someone misses, and there will be some that I see that really weren't there. I just don't like to see my team F'd over, plain and simple.

Redskins vs Panthers '03 I think- Steven Davis' fumble I mean touchdown

Anyone remember that crap ? Anyhoo, take it easy folks !


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It'd be pretty ridculous to think that every official employed by the NFL is equally unbiased to all 32 NFL teams. So some shady stuff probably does occur from time to time. However, I think a lot of fans, all teams represented, feel that calls that go against their team are due to some conspiracy against them and thats just not the case. Although I'm sure someone somewhere with influence has had a bias against the Redskins, a majority of bad calls are simply that, a bad call. Nothing more, nothing less.
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Old 03-27-2006, 06:16 PM   #42
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NFL | Tagliabue to choose committee for commissioner search
Mon, 27 Mar 2006 13:21:33 -0800

The Associated Press reports NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue will choose a committee during the owner's meetings to search for his successor. Possible members include Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, Houston Texans owner Bob McNair, Jacksonville Jaguars owner Wayne Weaver, New York Giants owner John Mara and Oakland Raiders chief executive officer Amy Trask.

Bengals | Team considering selling naming rights to stadium
Mon, 27 Mar 2006 13:32:32 -0800

Mark Curnutte, of the Cincinnati Enquirer, reports the NFL's new labor deal will force the Cincinnati Bengals to find new revenue options, which could lead to selling the naming rights to Paul Brown Stadium. "We'll be thinking about a lot of things," said Bengals owner Mike Brown. "We're going to have to adapt to this deal, and the best way to do that is find whatever revenue streams wherever we can find them." Brown paid $5 million for the rights before the stadium opened, which went towards the team's $44 million contribution to construction. Had a company wanted the naming rights, the next $11.67 million would have gone to the Bengals. Anything beyond that amount would have been split between the county (30 percent) and the team (70 percent), according to stadium documents.

interesting on the bengals selling naming rights... and that the city gets 30% of that money. I guess the bengals figured it wouldn't matter since they'd never sell them, but thats not a good thing to put into a contract.
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NFL | Los Angeles stadium update
Mon, 27 Mar 2006 18:50:52 -0800

ESPN.com's John Clayton reports NFL owners listened to updates on the status of stadium plans for Anaheim and the Los Angeles Coliseum, and might be prepared to vote on a preference in their May meeting in Denver. The LA Coliseum is believed to be the leading candidate at the moment.

NFL | Tagliabue trying to stop poison pills

Mon, 27 Mar 2006 18:59:13 -0800

Mike Sando, of the Tacoma News Tribune, reports NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue said he plans to speak with NFLPA executive director Gene Upshaw about putting a stop to the poison-pill offer sheets signed by Minnesota Vikings OG Steve Hutchinson and WR Nate Burleson.


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Steelers | A. Rooney wins executive award
Tue, 28 Mar 2006 07:39:36 -0800

Ed Bouchette, of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, reports Pittsburgh Steelers president Art Rooney will be named the NFL executive of the year by the Sporting News.
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OK No on the Horse Collar rule I agree people get hurth but come on it's football you're sopouse 2 be tough I played the game my hole life its a physicall sport that's why I love it if you don't want contact play baseball that's a sport evenb girls can play.

every time they put more of this rules to protect the players it hurts the game yeah they are trying to prevent unecesary injuries but hey at 1 point it's going to become flag football.

No on the rule for Quarterbacks .... come on there's no real way tha ta Defensive player can controle that really I played DE my hole life you can try not hitting him in the face but really once you're in the air you can stop.

No on the celebration rule... .they're taking away some of the spectacule and emotion out of the game when I used to play in college and made a sack or returned a Fumble for a TD you had to control your emotions because it cost you a flag and it SUCKED ( I got flag a lot hahaha), this is a mans high testosterone sport humilliate the other team is part of the game ( offcourse there are limmits) but to say no it takes the fun out of the game.

yes on making all the calls reviewable come on we all had questionable flags like pass interferance that weren't there and got called and sometimes there're some that don't get called I remmember last year thanksgiven game against Denver great game it went to OT and on the run that Ron Dayne almost took for a TD but sealled the game there was a clear holding on Glover that didn't get called it should be reviewable because it totally afected the outcome of that game.

Yes on taking away fall starts that don't have an outcome on the play (flinches) how many times a fallstart has been called and you can't even see it on replay ..... example Seattle in the SB.

No on expanding the playoffs from 12 to 14 or 16 teams, taht blows it's going to let mediocare teams get in to the playoffs and its going to take away achievements teams have done trough out the season. After the games we lost last year and ow we were playing I didn't believe we deserved to be in the playoffs and with the new rule we might had a chance I just don't like it the playoffs is for the best team in each conference not the somewhat best and even wit hthat we get 8-8 teams in the current way.

Yes on defensive players to use head phones for signals it gives the same chance as it does to QB's

Yes on reducing the callenge from 90 to 60 seconds, it just takes 2 long and if the referee didn't saw desputable evidance that it should over rule the call on the field in 60 second he won't see it in 90 it just makes it boring.
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