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  1. Oswlek

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    Just thinking a little (I know, dangerous ;) ) and I made a mental connection between Rodney's suspension and two things:

    1) Rodney's salary reduction
    2) NE's willingness to give Asante the no-tag clause.

    I honestly believe that NE has known about this for some time and this suspension was a factor in both decisions.

    I welcome your thoughts.
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    Rodney's pay reduction, yes. But IMO the Asante issue was independent of Rodney.
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    I buy the more-than-just-a-possibility of BOTH things.
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    Reasonable theory. But how does it include a "conspiracy"? No conspiracies here as far as I can see. You just added that to make it sound more dramatic.
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    If you want conspiracy theory ... how about this:

    Investigators were paid off to include a NFL representative when they
    questioned Rodney but never told Rodney their was an NFL rep present. :mad:
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    Belichick wouldn't have started Harrison against the Panthers if it was likely he was going to be suspended. Also if HGH is a controlled substance then Harrison could face criminal charges. His career may be effectively over.
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    From the reports I've heard he had a prescription for it, written by the people who were under investigation. Correct me if I'm wrong but he hasn't broken any federal laws, only NFL ones.
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    Except that Harrison had a prescription for it. I'd be surprised if there were criminal charges. Especially after Merriman got off without anything.
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    I doubt that there are way to many people that have already been caught and there are no charges except for the suppliers
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    The substance Merriman took was banned by the NFL but was not illegal.
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    HGH is not a "controlled substance."

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