Based on what?
Do you know what makes someone a core special team player?
Is he over the knee issues he had since his procedure this summer?
He has been quiet since negotiating that settlement with Miami.
You are looking at it all with too much logic. It is like the story of the scorpion and the frog.
It is in his nature to sting. Writing dumbass...
Just go with Occam's razor.
He came in with a blank slate and a very short leash. And it took exactly 10 days for him to screw his chance up.
But it is par for...
I guess. I was fully expecting it to happen this week actually. But was assuming the trigger would be him landing on the exempt list and not...
Yeah. And. So. What?
He still violated the clause. End of story.
This clause is in every contract. Maybe his was more broad in terms of social media than some older contracts but all in all thats just standard...
Of course it did. It had pretty broad language about damaging the organizations reputation. Sending those asinine msgs clearly falls under that.
It is how it works. There will be a grievance, it will take time to figure out even if the language is totally obvious.
I am not sure if the Pats...
Who cares? It is just football. Whatever.
I mean Brown lost Rosenhaus so much money with his behaviour. Crazy situation.
Not this year. The credit will come next year or maybe even later depending on how vague the language in his deal was.
It really was just a question of time.
Extension for one out of DMac, HT, KVN maybe even Bennett. Potentially also Cannon or Harmon.
The first three make the most sense.
Which is exactly the last time they will win a game this season.
What is in the rules is in the rules. I don't get why people call penalties bogus when they are called exactly as they have been drawn up.
At this point it is difficult to come up with a scenario where they actually win a game. Too bad they don't play the Jets in the next 1-2 weeks....
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