Well, I suppose Malcom Brown will help the Colts defend ag—
Oh, wait, they didn't draft Malcom Brown?
Never mind. :D
I'm not a dentist, but from what I understand you don't think about it often as a dentist. The relevance may simply not have registered.
IF he clears waivers he goes to IR.
I have to wonder now . . . is there some preschooler somewhere (presumably in New England) with a name like "Gronkowski Jones"?
If he stays healthy and performs at a high level, I'm sure the Pats will talk another extension in 2017 or 2018.
That said, GRONK doesn't strike...
By that logic, there is no correct answer, period.
You know what? If I were Brady, here's an offer I might make: "I'll sit one game, on the grounds of non-compliance, on two conditions: (1) we get...
More accurately, to borrow from Robin Williams' cameo in Dead Again:
"You burn somebody in one game, they get a chance to burn you back in future...
This one from Seattle is hilarious. Skip to 8:11. :)
Click the link and watch the burn . . .
I believe—though I could be wrong—that that is purely on the owners to decide, and not in Goodell's hands at all.
Umm . . . unless everything is sealed (which seems unlikely), I suspect it's only a matter of time before that happens.
I don't know if this is literally true,...
Roughly speaking, the rule is "If the offense makes substitutions, the defense has to have a reasonable amount of time to substitute, too."
Jeff Howe @jeffphowe 54m54 minutes ago
Jamie Collins was asked what it will take to win another Super Bowl: "Winning."
True, it's a tort, not a "crime."
How would Kraft and/or the Patriots know? I'm not saying they don't, merely that I want to know if/how that happened.
Imagine if that had happened before SB49 . . .
"Russell Wilson, you just almost won the Super Bowl. What are you going to do now?" :p
That punishment came in September. The purported existence of that tape was "Spygate II," started on the eve of the Super Bowl by John A-hole Tomase.
I think that if they knew that before the Wells report came out, then, yes, that might constitute actual malice. (IANAL, though, so I can't be...
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