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Old 05-17-2017, 07:58 PM   #301
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I think covering up or underreporting injuries goes on across the league
Agree, pretty sure it's a common practice.
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Old 05-23-2017, 03:51 PM   #302
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NFL to relax celebrations rules, allow more freedom

Good news: Fun celebrations are back.

Bad news: Violent/offensive celebrations, such as shooting a bow and arrow or an imaginary machine gun, are still outlawed.

Also OT is now 10 minutes. I don't really have a problem with it, 10 minutes is plenty of time for each team to have a couple possessions if they don't score.
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Old 05-23-2017, 04:29 PM   #303
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NFL to relax celebrations rules, allow more freedom

Good news: Fun celebrations are back.

Bad news: Violent/offensive celebrations, such as shooting a bow and arrow or an imaginary machine gun, are still outlawed.

Also OT is now 10 minutes. I don't really have a problem with it, 10 minutes is plenty of time for each team to have a couple possessions if they don't score.
I don't get the bow and arrow. I can understand anything that mimics gun violence -- I don't think anyone would dispute that it's a plague (without taking a position on whether those kind of celebrations have any relationship or are desensitizing). But is there an epidemic of bow and arrow violence that we should be worried about? Is Hunger Games real after all? Geez.

I say bring back the Fun Bunch! Doctson (Monk), Reed (Warren), Pryor (Seay), Crowder (Garrett), and Perine (Wonsley) with the leaping high-five. Will be sweet.
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Old 05-23-2017, 04:38 PM   #304
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I don't get the bow and arrow. I can understand anything that mimics gun violence -- I don't think anyone would dispute that it's a plague (without taking a position on whether those kind of celebrations have any relationship or are desensitizing). But is there an epidemic of bow and arrow violence that we should be worried about? Is Hunger Games real after all? Geez.

I say bring back the Fun Bunch! Doctson (Monk), Reed (Warren), Pryor (Seay), Crowder (Garrett), and Perine (Wonsley) with the leaping high-five. Will be sweet.
Clearly the bow and arrow celebration is so families of people who have been killed with an arrow won't be offended.

/sarcasm.

I think it's just easier for the NFL to outlaw any "violent" celebration and by definition that includes a bow and arrow. I also agree that it would be nice to see us bring back the fun bunch celebration, with permission from the elders of course.
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NFL to relax celebrations rules, allow more freedom

Good news: Fun celebrations are back.

Bad news: Violent/offensive celebrations, such as shooting a bow and arrow or an imaginary machine gun, are still outlawed.

Also OT is now 10 minutes. I don't really have a problem with it, 10 minutes is plenty of time for each team to have a couple possessions if they don't score.
I like the 10 minute overtime. I think that is a very good compliment to the OT scoring system, but I expect we will see more ties than even this year. Which qb will be the first to lose and say "I thought we had 5 minutes left" a la DMcNabb?
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Old 05-23-2017, 10:58 PM   #306
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Clearly the bow and arrow celebration is so families of people who have been killed with an arrow won't be offended.

/sarcasm.
... or anyone who took an arrow to the knee.

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... or anyone who took an arrow to the knee.

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Re: NFL offseason 1.0 thread

Josh Norman of Washington Redskins disses Dez Bryant, Odell Beckham Jr., predicts fines, bans

Well I guess we are taking it too the next level
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Old 05-25-2017, 06:03 PM   #309
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Thats actually good for the league, and ratings.
The networks will hype this up.
I just hope Norman can deliver.
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Old 05-25-2017, 07:21 PM   #310
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Must just be a funny coincidence that ODJ just signed the richest shoe deal ever for an NFL player,Josh sounds butt hurt.
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Must just be a funny coincidence that ODJ just signed the richest shoe deal ever for an NFL player,Josh sounds butt hurt.
And then after he signed the shoe deal he didn't show up for ota's.
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cant disagree. top cheaters in the league
it is not the same tthing,but joe gibbs used to stretch the injured reserve rules really far when he was coaching.must have kept rypien and humprhies on injured reserve for 4 years at least.
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And then after he signed the shoe deal he didn't show up for ota's.

You mean the voluntary OTA's ,you are correct as did Jordan Reed and Trent Williams.
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Re: NFL offseason 1.0 thread

OBJ is a douche bag.
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OBJ is a douche bag.
That was accurate, concise and eloquent, Alvin.
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