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Old 11-06-2013, 07:30 PM   #31
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It will be so bad it's good, but what does Costas have to do with it
Looks like he confused Monday night with Sunday night. No biggie.
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Old 11-06-2013, 08:57 PM   #32
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Man it would be great to be a fly on the wall inside a locker room,be great to know a player on the team and have an inside source.I guess the point I'm getting at is I wonder how RG3 is liked by his teammates? Hearing smoot talk about how he doesnt like how RG3 interacts with the team as opposed to Wilson and Luck makes me wonder if Griffins teammates actually like him or do they think he's a diva,brat,selfish or whatever you want to call him
You definitely see RG have rapport with guys like Trent, Peter Boy, Young and Alfmo. But even if he's seen as a diva with all the commercials and promos, kid is one tough SOB and that should garner instant respect from the whole roster IMO. That play where he launched himself for the 1st down last Sunday was brilliant.
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Looks like he confused Monday night with Sunday night. No biggie.
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Very insightful article on the Dolphins' situation
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Old 11-06-2013, 11:44 PM   #35
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That entire Dolphins locker room is borderline retarded.

It really doesn't matter if Incognito is black or white or honorary black or if he used the N word or whatever.

I'm pretty sure he's just an asshole.
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So wait is incognito like saying the n word as racist or is he trying to be black?
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Sources: Ireland suggested that Martin confront Incognito physically | ProFootballTalk

Great advice from the GM. So lets be clear, the FO, coaching staff were fully aware.
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Just gets crazier and crazier

Richie Incognito never bullied Jonathan Martin, Lydon Murtha says | The MMQB with Peter King
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Old 11-07-2013, 12:17 PM   #39
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I don't know what to believe about the situation down in Miami anymore, but I've come full circle on one thing; If either of the two players are likely to return to the NFL someday, it'll probably be Richie Incognito. I think Martin's done in the NFL, no matter what.
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I don't know what to believe about the situation down in Miami anymore, but I've come full circle on one thing; If either of the two players are likely to return to the NFL someday, it'll probably be Richie Incognito. I think Martin's done in the NFL, no matter what.
Nice guys always finish last.

But I could see both of them scooping up a job somewhere else, just on the incident by itself. I mean, hell, if Manti Te'o can get a job after his fake girlfriend fiasco, I think anything is possible.

I don't know how good they are as players. If Martin is only a second or third string player coupled with this bullying incident, then yeah, I'd say he's probably done.
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Old 11-07-2013, 12:29 PM   #41
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The one word most often associated with Incognito is teammate. That the players are more sympathetic towards him in that way makes me think a desperate GM would scoop him up in a pinch. Incognito is only 30 years old. He could sit out an entire season and still come back once this blows over.
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I think both guys will resume their careers elsewhere.

I think this is a case, much like bounty gate, where the curtain of the NFL is pulled back and the public doesn't like what it sees, but this is the reality of life in an NFL locker room.
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Wow, this piece is interesting. Martin seemed to distance himself from the jump. I think his previous experiences had much different atmospheres from a current NFL locker room. Harvard-Westlake is a prep school catering to a pretty affluent student base and Stanford, is of course, Stanford.

But then again, there are more than a few acclimated NFL players who played for private schools and academically elite universities... this guy probably just had a different makeup.
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Wow, this piece is interesting. Martin seemed to distance himself from the jump. I think his previous experiences had much different atmospheres from a current NFL locker room. Harvard-Westlake is a prep school catering to a pretty affluent student base and Stanford, is of course, Stanford.

But then again, there are more than a few acclimated NFL players who played for private schools and academically elite universities... this guy probably just had a different makeup.
I haven't had time to listen to his podcast, but I'd be curious to see what Ross Tucker has to say about this (Princeton guy).
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I think both guys will resume their careers elsewhere.

I think this is a case, much like bounty gate, where the curtain of the NFL is pulled back and the public doesn't like what it sees, but this is the reality of life in an NFL locker room.
Yup and like many workplaces, schools, neighborhoods, etc.
As far as this particular case of two people who had an issue with each other (which again is much like the rest of the world) i agree - they both wind up elsewhere. Hopefully not with the Skins either.
I mean I really dont think Incognito was planning a hit on Martin. Lol. Im not even slightly interested in the story anymore.
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