Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by mgteich, Jul 30, 2011.
Have Cannon and Haynsworth Practiced?
I read that Cannon was riding the bike today, Haynesworth wasn't on the field, wasn't ready to practice yet.
I believe Cannon is on the non football injury list and Haynesworth, according to BB, "when he is ready, he'll be out there."
So, I don't believe either have practiced.
How did Ted Washington ever pass the running test?
PFT insinuating that Fat Albert flunked his conditioning test. I can hear Whitlock laughing his ass off thousands of miles away
Why? Haynesworth didn't want to be in Washington, and was likely to be unmotivated and out of shape over the course of the lockout. Was it really expected that a trade and 24 hours of flying, physicals and team discussions would magically improve Haynesworth's cardio?
According to the new CBA if a player signed a new contract they can not take the field until August 4th anyway.
If Haynesworth redid his contract and turds, excuse me, national muckrackers, excuse me, media say it was the conditioning run when Belichick did not say that, then maybe writing how he flunked the conditioning run is better for nation "fans" (cough *haters*) than the usual Patriots miasma.
Heaven forbid pride and professionalism might factor into the equation. Pretty sure fat guys all across the NFL were able handle the inconveniences of flying and handshakes.
Buts thanks for providing the FIRST excuse made for Albert's New England career.
who said he redid his contract?
ANd so it Begins!!
Its was the Ocho who redid his contract. Haynesworth's worth contract probably won't be redone until next season since it will basically be a two year deal. There is a huge roster bonus due in three years. Before redoining anything, Pats will probably want to see what they have first.
Whats Haynesworth's current weight now?
If Ocho redid his contract..how come he's practicing?
I didn't expect him to pass the conditioning run either -- and it's not a matter of excuses, it's just recognizing reality. After all, if he were a proud professional who always showed up in shape, he'd still be a Washington Redskin!
Haynesworth isn't the only player ever to fail a conditioning test for the Patriots. He's not even the only one to do it this season. There's no need to make an excuse. Putting forth some basic information that people such as yourself should already have known is not the same as offering an excuse.
But you go with whatever makes you feel good.
Players are being cleared off the roster because of his arrival...He is the foundation for the "new" defense. Incredible
Because Chad Johnson agreed to redo his deal, he did not actually redo his deal yet. I am sure they will redo the deal on the same day he can begin to practice again.
Which piece of basic information that you provided do you believe was the deciding factor that prevented him from getting on the field?......the meetings?......the physical? .....the flight? Will Albert need to fly to away games days before the team? Will he have nap time after a D line meeting? And since practice started at 8:30AM this morning, are you saying he flew in, had his physical, and attended meetings all before the sun rose today? Please keep me informed of the hardships Albert faces.
Yup. That date is the first day of the league season, tentatively August 4th (although it could be earlier).
Don't know. Don't care
I don't know, but let me ask you something. Will you keep asking asinine questions, like those above, all season long, or will you try using a little common sense on occasion?
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