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Old 12-13-2010, 04:35 PM   #1
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Jets Trainer Trips Miami Player

I saw this at lunch and could not believe that a trainer would try this on national TV. What do you think should happen to him? I thinking a heavy fine and I'd fire him if I owned the Jets.

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Old 12-13-2010, 04:57 PM   #2
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Total bush league move, at the very least he needs a heavy fine and a suspension.
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Old 12-13-2010, 05:01 PM   #3
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Was it something that should ruin his career? If the Jets player had been seriously injured, certainly. Since he wasn't, however, I would say he should be suspended (without pay) by the league for the year (including playoffs) and then leave it up to the Jets to determine whether he should be fired.

Could not believe it when I saw it. To call it "bush league" is an insult to bush leagues.
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Old 12-13-2010, 05:29 PM   #4
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Re: Jets Trainer Trips Miami Player

anyone buying into the theory that the jets as a whole organization are out of control and it all trickles down from their old-school ballcoach rex?

i wasnt buying it before, it was mentioned with the whole female hispanic reporter incident but now . . . .idk man. it seems the whole organization has embraced the rex ryan "say and do what you want" tough guy mantra.

raven players said rex would get them all pumped up and theyd be willing to run thru a brick wall for the man. he seems to instill that "do whatever is necessary" approach. his S&C coach just got caught up in the rex ryan hype machine.
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I couldn't believe it when I first seen it. That is just disrespectful to the Game.
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Poop, just plain poop.
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Definitely should be fined and possibly suspended for at least a game.

This situation is reminiscent of the move Woody Hayes made in the Gator Bowl against Clemson. He lost control and struck Charley Bauman, a linebacker immediately after Bauman intercepted an Ohio State pass, sealing the victory for the Tigers. The move ultimately cost Woody his job.
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How does this guy still have a job? If the Jets don't have the guts to fire him then the league should help them out and do it for them. This was disgusting and as a strength and conditioning coach you're obviously somewhat of an important figure but not enough where you can get away with crap like this while still keeping your job.

Give me his head on a silver platter. Let him open up a Golds Gym somewhere but take him out of that top 6 figure tax bracket. He obviously doesn't deserve to be there.
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Old 12-13-2010, 06:56 PM   #9
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Yeah that was such a dirty move. And it was completely obvious too, the camera was able to catch him bending his knee in while trying not to act suspicious. He did the right thing by acknowledging it and taking blame and responsibility for it, but it doesn't excuse it in any way. He could've caused serious damage to that kid playing gunner. I think a fine/suspension will be fine, but I wouldn't be suprised if the league sets a harsh precedent so that further incidents will be avoided.
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I think he should be fired, and receive a ban from the NFL that can be reviewed after a few seasons. He could have ended the player's career with a stunt like that. Rex Ryan has to fire this guy to save any credibility he has left...
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anyone buying into the theory that the jets as a whole organization are out of control and it all trickles down from their old-school ballcoach rex?

i wasnt buying it before, it was mentioned with the whole female hispanic reporter incident but now . . . .idk man. it seems the whole organization has embraced the rex ryan "say and do what you want" tough guy mantra.

raven players said rex would get them all pumped up and theyd be willing to run thru a brick wall for the man. he seems to instill that "do whatever is necessary" approach. his S&C coach just got caught up in the rex ryan hype machine.
I've said it from the beginning. Ryan is a no class act. IMHO, his brand/style of coaching produces results in the short term as players get pumped up by the "us against the world / no one can tell us how to act" schtick. Then the players realize that "hey, we don't have to listen to you either coach". Pretty soon the inmates will be running the asylum.

Didn't like his father, don't like him. Apple clearly didn't fall far from the tree.
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I think he should be fired, and receive a ban from the NFL that can be reviewed after a few seasons. He could have ended the player's career with a stunt like that. Rex Ryan has to fire this guy to save any credibility he has left...
Ryan should be fined too. In fact, the organization should too. 30 years of watching pro ball and NEVER have I seen anything like that. (but then, that could just be my memory/sanity slowly ebbing away....)
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Ryan should be fined too. In fact, the organization should too. 30 years of watching pro ball and NEVER have I seen anything like that. (but then, that could just be my memory/sanity slowly ebbing away....)
It's happened before in college football. I don't know the exact story, but I think it goes: A running back for Rice? Not sure if they said the college was Rice or not, but this running back broke away for what looked like a 95 yard touchdown, and some guy who was on the opposing team but was standing on the sideline, came in and hit him so he couldn't score the touchdown, and the ref awarded a touchdown to Rice anyways. It mentions it in the ESPN blogs I think. Anyways it happened back in like '56 or something so I wouldn't be suprised if but a couple people remembered it.
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It's happened before in college football. I don't know the exact story, but I think it goes: A running back for Rice? Not sure if they said the college was Rice or not, but this running back broke away for what looked like a 95 yard touchdown, and some guy who was on the opposing team but was standing on the sideline, came in and hit him so he couldn't score the touchdown, and the ref awarded a touchdown to Rice anyways. It mentions it in the ESPN blogs I think. Anyways it happened back in like '56 or something so I wouldn't be suprised if but a couple people remembered it.
There was actually a much more blatant version of it in football. Can't remember if it was pro or college but it was during the days of black and white. A player was actually make a wide open run for the end zone when a player from the opposing team ran off the sideline and tackled the runner.
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Suspended for the season, fined $25k

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