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Old 05-22-2013, 07:54 PM   #106
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Love the comment below the story ... "We'll see if HGH is all that it is cracked up to be."
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Old 05-23-2013, 01:26 PM   #107
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Aaron Curry: I was selfish and self-centered in Seattle | ProFootballTalk


...and there you have it. The reason why he's been a huge bust. Admire him for being honest about it.
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Aaron Curry: I was selfish and self-centered in Seattle | ProFootballTalk


...and there you have it. The reason why he's been a huge bust. Admire him for being honest about it.
Hate to see a player so motivated playing for a rival. But it is refreshing to hear this -- so many of these guys don't learn.
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Josh Brent of Dallas Cowboys to have Friday court hearing - ESPN Dallas


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Old 05-23-2013, 06:41 PM   #110
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What a moron. I think the bigger morons are the guys that make up lame excuses for their clients.


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According to a source, Brent didn't use any alcoholic beverages. Brent's attorneys were trying to determine how it got into his system. The source said Brent might have gotten alcohol in his system by using mouthwash or eating a particular kind of food
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Former Broncos center Tom Nalen admits trying to intentionally injure*player | SI Wire

“I wouldn’t consider myself a dirty player,” Nalen said. “I know people will bring up the Igor Olshansky play in 2006, but if people would look at the play before that and realize why I did what I did — and even on that play I missed the cut — so you know definitely, I wanted to blow his knee out on that play because of what happened the play before. But that, you know, is that dirty? I don’t know. It’s revenge, kind of, so.”
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“I wouldn’t consider myself a dirty player,” Nalen said. “I know people will bring up the Igor Olshansky play in 2006, but if people would look at the play before that and realize why I did what I did — and even on that play I missed the cut — so you know definitely, I wanted to blow his knee out on that play because of what happened the play before. But that, you know, is that dirty? I don’t know. It’s revenge, kind of, so.”
Revenge would be an elbow to the ribs , not " blowing out his knee out " . Don't know what Igor did the play before ?
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NFL network is like the spot for super models to host shows, good lord they have some hot women.
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He's been a bust because he can't compete at this level. What school did he come out of? And he doesn't have the mentality/attitude to dominate in the pros.

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Giants Aaron Curry is ready to show he's an elite linebacker | NJ.com

Ken Norton Jr. and new Giants linebacker Aaron Curry exchange text messages to this day. It was Norton, Curry says, who taught him the life lessons that set him on a path to reclaim his once "can’t-miss" career.
Norton, a former standout linebacker with the Cowboys and 49ers, came to the Seahawks as a position coach in Curry’s second season. By then, Curry said he was self-absorbed in his fame and fortune as the fourth pick overall in 2009, having signed a six-year, $60 million contract with $34 million guaranteed.
Immediately inserted as the starting strongside linebacker, Curry admitted he would pout if he didn’t like a defensive call. His checkbook took precedence over his playbook, he remembered, and his needs and wants superseded those of the Seahawks.
"Coach Norton was just honest with me," Curry said. "He would never let me slide on anything. He was harsh but I knew it was because he cared. He tried to get me to the point where I understood there was a certain way to be an NFL linebacker. It took some time."
Norton is old-school. He adheres to the lofty linebacker standards set by the likes of Lawrence Taylor, Carl Banks, Mike Singletary and Junior Seau. He pushed Curry to the limit.
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I just remember Aaron Curry as that "sure thing" "can't miss" prospect when he came out. Now he's on his 3rd team in 2 years.
True, Jerry Reese has been pretty good with talent so Giant fans will just have to wait and see.
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Legal issues for New York Jets' Mike Goodson predate drug, weapons charges - ESPN New York

Six kids by several different women. This guy is apparently trying to compete with Antonio Cromartie for fathering the most kids. He's halfway there.... /facepalm



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He's been a bust because he can't compete at this level. What school did he come out of? And he doesn't have the mentality/attitude to dominate in the pros.

He can compete at this level, the question is does he have the maturity and dedication to do so.
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Nice , seems that there aren't enough of these stories. Thanks.
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So the draft is pushed back two weeks in order to stretch out the offseason. While I think it isn't a "bad" move in that it harms the game in any significant way. With rookie slotting, it really has sped up the signing process such that I don't see the two fewer weeks of negotiations causing any hold outs. Rookies can still participate in OTA's and other team events while unsigned so, again, I am not seeing any significant developmental time lost.

At the same time, I just don't see any reason for it - the draft process is already interminable. Pretty soon, instead of three days, they are going to stretch it over an entire week with one round a day - all in prime time (and the 7th round will still have better ratings than the PGA).

More concerned that they screw around with the playoffs. If it is expanded, we will start getting teams with losing records going to the play-offs. It is an imperfect system now, but it really creates interesting games through the year b/c each game has value. We go 6-1 over the stretch last year and the Giants win the Division and we stay home (I think that's how it would have worked).

Of course, since expanded play-offs mean expanded profit (and probably more money to players), I imagine it is only a matter of time. Soon the Super Bowl will be in March as teams play 16 games to eliminate four teams and then a three month single elimination tournament to get rid of 26 more. <sigh>
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