Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by TheGodInAGreyHoodie, Jan 25, 2012.
If the Patriots win the superbowl, does Hanysworthless get a ring?
Isn't it up to the team if the player is no longer on the team? I would guess the answer is, "NO WAY IN HELL." But that is just my uneducated opinion.
Why would you reward a fired employee ??
Fat Albert doesn't, but Mushmouth and Dumb Donald definitely will get one. Jury is still out for Weird Harold.
I dunno. I don't know the rules. Wasn't sure if it is automatic if you play in a game you get one? On the team at some point? Or if the team gets to decide?
It feels like such a long time ago that Al was on the team.
It really is too bad he couldn't have gotten in shape and kept his attitude in check; the potential to have an awesome DL was there.
I'm pretty sure there are no rules about such things.
There are, however, customs and expectations.
According to a recent Reiss chat, the team decides who gets rings. My guess is that Albert doesn't get one, nor does he deserve it.
What about Rudy?
I certainly hope that fat idiot doesn't get a ring. He doesn't deserve anything from the Pats.
Can we shake hands with trees and watch elephants fly? anyone?
Terry Glenn didn't get one in 2001.
Didn't he refuse it?
I would send him one purely out of spite.
I'd send him a ring that I found in a cracker jack box, but that's about it.
He got traded by week 4 or 5. BB decided not to give him a ring.
After the first Super Bowl victory I think all Patriot employees got a ring (including people who hand out programs).
I hope he gets one. That will be one entertaining episode of pawn stars once he blows through his 100M in career earnings and is forced to sell it.
We have to win the game first before anyone gets a ring.
Thank you for that insightfully contribution.
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