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Old 01-04-2008, 06:00 PM   #61
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Cowboys fans seem to be the most understanding during these times. Kudos to them.
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Old 01-04-2008, 06:04 PM   #62
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I think the Ron Springs story is behind it, but I'm happy 'Boys fans have been as classy as ever in giving our squad support, rivalry be damned. it's bigger than the game and their fans have shown that to our family.
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Old 01-04-2008, 06:28 PM   #63
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What an asshole! I just left him a pretty nasty message on his voice mail letting him know that by writing an article like that was exploiting Seanís death in more way's the anything the Redskins have done.
I think the dog shit I scraped of my shoe this morning has done more for the world then this jerk.
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Old 01-04-2008, 08:53 PM   #64
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Here was my post on the website

Wow. I hope your ass gets fired or even worse happens to you and when you need someone or something to inspire you its not there. Skins fan or not this article was uncalled for and to even think about the redskins are doing things for profit. All profits are donated and I hope that the owner of the Seahawks is repulsed by your fucking article and has something done. If he has just an ounce of class like Mr. Snyder does he would. Win or Lose Taylor is Gone and your still an ASSHOLE. Asshole has 7 letters time 3 (Gibbs Superbowls) = 21 WOW!!!!
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Old 01-04-2008, 09:19 PM   #65
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Hey don't get so bent out of shape you guys!

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Hey don't get so bent out of shape you guys!

Wouldn't you if it the same happened to say Shaun Alexander and then some reporter in DC said get over yourselves?
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Old 01-04-2008, 09:34 PM   #67
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Wouldn't you if it the same happened to say Shaun Alexander and then some reporter in DC said get over yourselves?
I don't know, I guess I wouldn't let it bother me too much. But, in reality, I didn't even read the News Tribune article.
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Old 01-04-2008, 11:06 PM   #68
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I don't know, I guess I wouldn't let it bother me too much. But, in reality, I didn't even read the News Tribune article.
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Old 01-04-2008, 11:07 PM   #69
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Here's his contact info for anyone who wants to tell him how you feel...

John McGrath: 253-597-8742, ext. 6154

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Old 01-04-2008, 11:17 PM   #70
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I don't know, I guess I wouldn't let it bother me too much. But, in reality, I didn't even read the News Tribune article.
Come on, I find that hard to believe. What if it was someone that you respected as a person? What if it wasn't a football player? They die and then someone comes along and basically says, "They're dead. Get over it."

You can't say you wouldn't choke the life out of them? At least I would. It's just a thing of being respectful.

I just got finished taking a class on death and dying and the worse thing a person can do is tell someone to just get over it. Mourning is an ongoing process and its not a thing that it's just one day you wake up and it's all okay again. If this is what the Redskins organization has to do to grieve as a team then that's their way and no one has the right to tell them whether it's right or wrong. In fact I think it's probably more healthy that they all honor his memory in this way rather than facing it alone and then having to stuff it all down and pack it away when they're together as a team to "focus". Instead they use all that emotion and focus it into the game. I feel the Skins have handled this whole situation brilliantly.
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Wouldn't you if it the same happened to say Shaun Alexander and then some reporter in DC said get over yourselves?
You should use as an example someone who is important to the Seahawks and who is an elite player, like...:confused:
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Old 01-04-2008, 11:24 PM   #72
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Umm... Umm... Seneca Wallace!
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Old 01-04-2008, 11:36 PM   #73
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How is he an authority on appropriately mourning the loss of a teammate? This is the first in-season death of an NFL player in nearly 40 years. Not to mention that Taylor was arguably the best player on the team. This writer is a freakin' tool.
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Old 01-05-2008, 12:11 AM   #74
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Re: Redskins Exploiting Sean's Death?

Just to counter the negative article regarding Sean, here's a very well written and heartfelt blog entry by Lindsay Czarniak sharing her experience in covering the Sean Taylor tragedy.

"From Sean Taylor to Seattle"

I havenít found it easy to write about covering the tragedy of Sean Taylorís death because I didnít know Sean as well as his teammates. And, honestly, there have been times over the past four weeks Iíve felt bad because the nature of my work forces me to ask people about Sean, and I know that it will conjure up emotions of a tragedy they are trying to overcome.

Right now, I am 35,000 feet about a snow-covered patchwork of ground on my way to Seattle for the Redskins playoff game. And because Sean's death has had such an impact, I want to share what Iíve seen this past month. Even if the Redskins' run ends Saturday night, this has been the most shocking, emotional story I have ever covered.

nbc4.com - Redskins Blog
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Just to counter the negative article regarding Sean, here's a very well written and heartfelt blog entry by Lindsay Czarniak sharing her experience in covering the Sean Taylor tragedy.

"From Sean Taylor to Seattle"

I havenít found it easy to write about covering the tragedy of Sean Taylorís death because I didnít know Sean as well as his teammates. And, honestly, there have been times over the past four weeks Iíve felt bad because the nature of my work forces me to ask people about Sean, and I know that it will conjure up emotions of a tragedy they are trying to overcome.

Right now, I am 35,000 feet about a snow-covered patchwork of ground on my way to Seattle for the Redskins playoff game. And because Sean's death has had such an impact, I want to share what Iíve seen this past month. Even if the Redskins' run ends Saturday night, this has been the most shocking, emotional story I have ever covered.

nbc4.com - Redskins Blog
Thanks for posting that LB - it beats dwelling on the negativity of an outside writer.
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