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Old 03-06-2012, 01:06 PM   #391
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The investigation included the review of approximately 18,000 documents totaling more than 50,000 pages.

They should have goen paperless.
5 gigabytes of PDFs!! LOL.
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Old 03-06-2012, 01:31 PM   #392
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This is so over blown. I bet guys like George Allen, Bud Carson, and Jim Johnson are rolling over and :vomit:. While Buddy Ryan & Dick Lebeau are shaking their head.
While they may be doing that, what about the guys that can't walk anymore or have dementia from getting hit in the head too many times. Yeah there is a risk involved with playing football as there are risks in everything. But if we know there are things that can be done to make the game safer then why would we not. I just don't understand how people can use the excuse that, that's the way it used to be. We also used to drive cars that didn't have seat belts, now its a law in pretty much every state. Things change and we as a people evolve and adapt.
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Old 03-06-2012, 01:49 PM   #393
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"In a makeshift meeting room, with the whisper of evening traffic pouring in from the Beltway, we laid our bounties on opposing players."

little much IMO
Who was in this room? Did Greg say take this guy out we will give u x amount of dollars. That doesn't sound right.
That sounds like a ladies smut novel on the discount rack by the check out at the grocery store. Who talks like that?
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Old 03-06-2012, 01:55 PM   #394
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Brett Farve made sense for once. Funny I'm using a post from an article with a spelling error.

"I'm not pissed," Favre said. "It's football. I don't think anything less of those guys. I'm not going to make a big deal about it. In all honesty, there's a bounty of some kind on you on every play."
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This is so over blown. I bet guys like George Allen, Bud Carson, and Jim Johnson are rolling over and :vomit:. While Buddy Ryan & Dick Lebeau are shaking their head.
Very much over blown.
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You don't reward a player for trying to get someone carted off the field, that is not the culture of football. Not at any level
Players have been getting handouts for years, not for carting guys off the field but for things like...int's, forcing turnovers, most tackles, sacks, special teams hits and so on....this has gone on for years and it went on here when Gibbs 1 coached. Williams crossed the line if he wanted someone severly injured. But all these things I mentioned is not a big deal.
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Players have been getting handouts for years, not for carting guys off the field but for things like...int's, forcing turnovers, most tackles, sacks, special teams hits and so on....this has gone on for years and it went on here when Gibbs 1 coached. Williams crossed the line if he wanted someone severly injured. But all these things I mentioned is not a big deal.
Well it's technically illegal (from a CBA/Salary Cap standpoint) but I agree that in the grand scheme rewarding someone for things like turnovers are not a big deal. But these bounties reportedly go beyond that.
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Sports Radio Interviews Blog Archive Bill Romanowski Believes the Media is Blowing the NFL Bounty Situation Out of Proportion

heard Romo on the Rome show today. he made some good points, but man he comes across as a d-bag
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jim rome is still employed?
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After reading the statement, how does Mickey Lomis still have a f*cking job? He is responsible for running the organization and the league came to him, told him to stop and he blew them off?
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Sports Radio Interviews Blog Archive Bill Romanowski Believes the Media is Blowing the NFL Bounty Situation Out of Proportion

heard Romo on the Rome show today. he made some good points, but man he comes across as a d-bag
Rome on Rome is douchebag overload. How anyone listens to that show has baffled me for years.
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After reading the statement, how does Mickey Lomis still have a f*cking job? He is responsible for running the organization and the league came to him, told him to stop and he blew them off?
And he'll still be laughing unless their Super Bowl victory is stripped from them; since, after all, that is the ultimate goal of playing in the NFL (for some).
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Rome on Rome is douchebag overload. How anyone listens to that show has baffled me for years.
People like others they can relate to. More then enough d-bag sport fans to generate an audience.
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Rome on Rome is douchebag overload. How anyone listens to that show has baffled me for years.
Jim Rome was ****ing god in my world circa the early 2000s before 980 dumped him and I was a middle schooler. Those days are over though, but he's still a beast.
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Jim Rome......pfffftttt
He's made a living by acting like a prick.
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