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  1. SVN

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    http://www.profootballtalk.com/2008/05/13/the-waiting-game-continues/

    hope it does not turn into a he said,he said shouting match.
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    I wonder when we'll hear Walsh's recording of his talk with Goodell - from the recorder he snuck into the meeting. :D
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    They won't let the gravy train die. Forget "the tirbreaker" all that matters is punishment from the NFL and no more is coming.

    Good Night.
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    lol I'm waiting for the press conference where he reveals a taped phone call he placed to BB's offices.

    Walsh: "Bill what do you want me to do? Just tell me what you want me to do?"

    BB: "It is what it is, Matt. Now can I have my tapes of the San Diego cheerleaders back?"
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    Wasn't part of the agreement that paved the way for Walsh to speak to Goodell that Walsh tell the truth? If Walsh starts embroidering or tells a tale that conflicts with Goodell's aren't all bets off? Couldn't the Pats then sic the cops on him not to mention their own lawyers.
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    Yes. That's in the agreement.

    I would imagine that Specter is going to take the rest of the day to figure out HOW he's going to weasel out of the "There was taping during the Super Bowl" comment. I mean, where do you go from there???? He's screwed.

    Hell, I say Kraft sues him too.
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    If he says something that is obviously and patently not true--so patently untrue that he basically would have to know he's lying--then the Pats can sue. But he is protected from unintentional untruthfulness (in other words, if someone could reasonably believe that he belived he was telling the truth, he's in the clear).

    Under the circumstances, though, I don't think there's anything at the moment, other than general douchery, that the Pats would consider suing him for.
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    Well, I think that both sides had lawyers there and that should really shut that possibility down. Florio should know that, being a lawyer and all, unless he's suggesting that lawyers are disingenuous.
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