Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by FortressX, Nov 13, 2018.
I think the most objective solution is to have kc play the rest of their games on the road
This just in from the commissioners office:
We will all attend a training seminar in one month and will continue to add expertise to the team. All about the shield
Yes, preferably on a road in Thailand...
Not to derail the thread, but in my experience those policies would not cover "cancelled event" and are more for things like severe illness or injury...at least at $20/day. I'm sure for more $, a cancelled football game could be covered.
Except they all would have been shot at the border
a welcome that should make them feel right at home!
Pity for the athmosphera and passion we would hv seen at stadium in Azteca
One game a year in Mexico looks ok to me...
Now if only they'd take that kind of stand when it comes to the next CBA. Nope. they'll fold like they always do...
Whoever negotiated for them on the last CBA should be fired. Look for the Franchise Tag to be eliminated in the next CBA.
"I can't believe they held that game in LA last night due to the unhealthy air quality."
"But anyways... they should play this game in LA."
It should be cleared up by then.
Not happening, the owners would take a fight for the tag to the wall and with it impacting so few players it's just not the hill the union will choose to die on.
Players should definitely push for it and I’m for it as well. Once your contract is up, teams should not be able to force you to stay with them. I think the elimination of the Franchise Tag would be good for the NFL as more star players would sign with other teams.
The second round tender on butler worked out sort of
I am almost certain that any feline fans of those two teams will make their feelings known by mailing in "Tootsie Rolls" and sending them C.O.D....
I liked to start this reply by stating that I live in Australia and am by no means an expert in American geography....but...isn’t LA in California?
It’ll never happen. The union would have to make a major concession to get rid of the franchise tag and I don’t see 1,600 players making a huge concession to get rid of something that impacts what? 6 guys a year?
It used to be but now it, along with much of Southern California, has been annexed by Mexico.
Good one. It’s sure looks like it’s going on that direction.
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