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Old 10-02-2006, 12:35 PM   #31
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Re: Hanyeworth(sp) did one of the dirtest moves this season

Yea did u see the interview...he seemed really sorry...he said he was staring at pictures of his kids after he got ejected and realized that they would find out what he did....atleast he was ashamed of what he did....but yea 6 games min +100K should do it!!
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Old 10-02-2006, 05:40 PM   #32
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Suspension handed down-5 games, no pay
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Old 10-02-2006, 06:34 PM   #33
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Suspension handed down-5 games, no pay
Slap on the wrist. I don't know why it's so hard for people to translate what happens in the sports world to real life - this guy went to work and stomped someone in the face with cleats on.

If I went into work tomorrow, put on cleats and stomped someone in the face, you think the boss would say "Well, take 5 weeks off with no pay and we'll see you back here." Hell no - I'd get fired and charged with Aggravated Assault.
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Old 10-02-2006, 06:35 PM   #34
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Well guys how the play went after Julius score Hayneworth ripped Gurode helmet ( not as in some news reports where it says that the helmet came off you can clearly see him ripping it off) and stepped on gurode face twice opening a wound that required 30 stitches.

Parcell says he's ok and will practice Wednesday but Gurode said he had blur vision after he came out with the stitches.

as TAFKAS has report the NFL just gave him a 5 game suspension and additional fines can come I still believe this is two low for what he did because this wasn't on the heat he had time to know what he was doing the play was over for a few seconds already.

It appears Gurode may file a claim on him on criminal charges for the incident.

I'm really surprise of what has been said in this board about the incident I knew there would be some reactions against what haynesworth did, and member knowing the cowardliness of his actions.

But I also expected some post of members being glad it happened to a rival player... which for my surprise it didn't happen which shows me the class in the members of the boards and the maturity to divide the human side of the event with the fan side.
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Old 10-02-2006, 06:52 PM   #35
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I would expect he is out for the rest of the year, atleast. Look at it this way, to this point in time, he has not given any explaination as to why he did it. It would make more sense if it did it being provoked, but he did it out of cold-blood. Dallas scored a TD, and he took off the other guys helmet and stepped on his face. Are you kidding me, anyone who does that for straight emotion in the game, so be kept away from the game. I wanna see a lifetime ban, but that is too harsh. It really needs to be 1 year no pay, and nothing less.
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Old 10-02-2006, 07:12 PM   #36
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So yeah, me being a nice Skins fan, I went to a Cowboys board, to ask how their player is doing. One of the guys said, Titans fans are classy, and if ST did the same move, Skins fans would not be so classy, they would support him.

I went on to argue, saying that what ST has done on/off the field, is nothing compared to Hanyesworth. I said "dont give me that bull". They all started going off and cussing me out, saying that I should be worried about my excuses that I am gonna have to make when the Skins get clobbered, cussing me out, etc. When my first concern was the well-being of their player. Talk about dicks.

Haha, its funny, because everyone here is concerned about the Cowboys players...
I'm with you. Maybe this shouldn't be a thread so I can be classless by myself. He'll probably play next week. Boo hoo I'm a cowboy. Woohoo I'm a cowboy we crushed the Titans. Whoopdeefuckingsurprisedoo they cover this shit more than the skins game on sportscenter the next day.
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Old 10-02-2006, 09:08 PM   #37
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is it just me, or did the cowboys look like a bunch of pussies for letting this happen and doing nothing? i would hope that if this happened to a redskin, someone would step up and at least TRY to do something about it
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is it just me, or did the cowboys look like a bunch of pussies for letting this happen and doing nothing? i would hope that if this happened to a redskin, someone would step up and at least TRY to do something about it
like pulling out a shotgun and blasting his face off.

seriously, not cool. 5 weeks, no pay... over $500,000. longest suspension for an in game act ever.
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Old 10-02-2006, 09:29 PM   #39
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No body noticed it was after the play when they noticed there was a little shuffle but the refs where all over and the guys git more concern with Gurode.

But they're really upset they're trying to convice gurode to present Criminal charges against him

the amout of how mutch he will lose is around 190,000 wich is a lot but he may also get fined by the NFL
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Old 10-03-2006, 05:21 PM   #40
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Well guys how the play went after Julius score Hayneworth ripped Gurode helmet ( not as in some news reports where it says that the helmet came off you can clearly see him ripping it off) and stepped on gurode face twice opening a wound that required 30 stitches.

Parcell says he's ok and will practice Wednesday but Gurode said he had blur vision after he came out with the stitches.

as TAFKAS has report the NFL just gave him a 5 game suspension and additional fines can come I still believe this is two low for what he did because this wasn't on the heat he had time to know what he was doing the play was over for a few seconds already.

It appears Gurode may file a claim on him on criminal charges for the incident.

I'm really surprise of what has been said in this board about the incident I knew there would be some reactions against what haynesworth did, and member knowing the cowardliness of his actions.

But I also expected some post of members being glad it happened to a rival player... which for my surprise it didn't happen which shows me the class in the members of the boards and the maturity to divide the human side of the event with the fan side.

This incident is not football-related. I completely feel that he should be charged with attempted murder. If his cleats were a few inches in a different position, the Cowboy player could be blind or even worse, it could have hit a major blood vessel and killed him. 30 stitches was the best possible outcome of this attack. He's very lucky. I hope he DOES file charges. A 5-game suspension is ridiculous. I hope Fisher keeps his word to Parcells and gives him a stiffer punishment, because in my opinion, the 5-game suspension is NOTHING.

I don't care if it's a Dallas Cowboy, like I said, this is not a football incident, it's a crime against a human being by an idiot with severe issues and no regard for others' lives. He should be gone for the year AT LEAST. He also should've been cuffed and booked on the spot. It was attempted murder at the most and assault and battery at the minimum, witnessed by thousands, actually millions of people. He should be prosecuted as if he did this on the streets and should be made an example of for the kids who watch football and any other thugs that would have it in them to duplicate his actions on the field in the future.

I'm glad to see that people here can also put aside feelings for the Cowboys as a team and side with what's right morally.

I hope he recovers and has no lasting affects from being attacked.

Also, Haynesworth is due back for a game in Philly if Fisher doesn't extend the suspension, so I hope the Eagles fans are their normal jerky selves and give this bum what he deserves when he comes onto the field again.
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Old 10-03-2006, 05:23 PM   #41
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5 weeks, no pay... over $500,000. longest suspension for an in game act ever.
But still not enough considering the severity of the actions.

Has anything like this ever been attemped on the field? The worst sports attack I've ever seen before this was the punch on Rudy Tomjonavich that almost killed him, but still, that didn't involve cleats...just a fist.
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i've heard mixed reports that it's either 190k or 500k... i don't think he makes enough for it to be 500k. just thought i'd clarify.
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Old 10-03-2006, 08:54 PM   #43
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Hahaha, what a dumb gorilla.
This guy works so hard through his whole career and b/c he was too F'N criminal minded that he looks like he will have to get a job after he retires as all his NFL earnings were in vain
This link is about how he is relentless calling to apologize. Golly Gee what a kindhearted guy. Oh, I forgot to mention if you didnt already know, he still could be sued for arguably everything he is worth. F'N idiot. No wonder this apology means so much to get across, its a multi-million dollar potential sentence pending probably.
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Old 10-04-2006, 12:48 PM   #44
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i've heard mixed reports that it's either 190k or 500k... i don't think he makes enough for it to be 500k. just thought i'd clarify.
It's 190k confirmed and it appears there won't be other fines which it's bull because he should had gotten another fine other than the suspension without pay.

And for the look of it I don't think Gurode will pres charges against him I guess he doesnt want to have in his conscience that he ended this guy carrier by putting him on jail or have a precedent as the player in the NFL who got another 1 in jail.

The reality is that it has been always a unwritten rule that what happens on the field stays on the field in every sport.

I remember when I used to play we had a major rivalry against another team and each time we faced each other, it would en up in a fight. Team vs Team, coaches told us before the game not to take our helmets off to avoid being hit with helmets directly on the head and I for 1 always grabbed a helmet I found lying in the ground and use it as a weapon many players for both sides will end up in the hospital but it would never lead to criminal charges.

It ain't right and thsi was way different because is not like gurode had anyway of defending him self it was just coward but it's still football and I guess he see it that way.
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Old 10-04-2006, 12:57 PM   #45
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I agree, dboyz. I don't think gurode should press charges, and I don't think he will ... like you said, what happens on the field stays on the field.

If gurode's career, or life, was in jeopardy, then that would change everything.

btw, did anyone ever see that play where the defender punched the QB in the nuts after sacking him? the way the ref called the penalty was hilarious.
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