The NFL doesn't have the right.....

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by EZpickin, Oct 2, 2006.

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  1. EZpickin

    EZpickin Camp Fodder

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    to condemn Hayesworth for his repulsive actions... This post isn't condoning what Hayesworth did just a thought...
    Lets be honest about the present state of football; actually most sports in general. These aren't the good ole days folks it's time to stop pretending like it is..The NFL is riddled with thugs, punks, drug addicts,drunks, wife beaters, etc..... as is the society we live in...
    how can the NFL say that they do not condone the actions by players that do these unbelieveable things...
    Micheal irving a coke/Crack addict has been busted more times then the Gatti family how did the NFL show him that wasn't acceptable?? They hired him as a sportscaster..
    Bill romanowski- on 60 mins not two months ago admitted he was trying to end peoples carreers, breaking fingers in the dog pile, taking banned substances.. Admiting to trying to kill everyone on the field he could.. also hired as a sports analyst
    Micheal Vick- busted with a crack pipe after being pulled over-still playing
    ray lewis- suspected of stabbing a guy in a bar or being an accomplice- still playing
    the list goes on and on, the point is.. you can't throw garbage into a pile and expect it to turn into gold..Garbage in, garbage out.. It sucks but it's a reality.. although what hayesworth did is unbelieveable, it's not the first or last time we'll hear or see something of this nature... He lost his mind, he's going to pay the price and everyone will move on.. but until the NFL, recruiters, agents, coaches, college coaches, college campus's, etc get some ethics and character the players THEY produce wont have them either...
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  2. SEC 330 BIPOLAR

    SEC 330 BIPOLAR jive turkey

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    reading that made me hurt inside.
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  3. Puck

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    keep in mind that there is a new commissioner who may be trying to right the ship
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  4. Broken Record

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    And you just hit the tip of the iceberg EZ. It's a dirty league, but we live in a dirty world.
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  5. sirjesse

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    I would suspect the league has probably had the same percentage of deviants over time.......just there was less media or a friendlier media covering it.
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  6. Fry

    Fry Hatin' is what I do.

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    thank you
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  7. Laserjock

    Laserjock South Endzone Rocks! Staff

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    Haynesworth was very possibly close to ending that guy's career. You tell me what 370 pounds on top of a spiked shoe could have done to his skull if he had been bumped or lost his balance and put all his weight on the guys face.

    He is lucky he is not suspended for the year, and he is VERY lucky he did not do more damage than that.

    I could care less what other people are doing....he got what he deserved....and actually I think is lucky he is playing at all the rest of the year.
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  8. jzcowboy

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    I didn't realize everything that happened until I got back to the hotel.. I don't get it, why did he do it? Why is he not suspended for the whole season?
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  9. EZpickin

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    being suspended five games and losing roughly 500,000 dollars is a record setting suspension and it is well deserved it can't take it back, it was inconceivibly wrong.. what was the penalty on Romo when he shattered that his teamates eye socket and ENDED His career??
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  10. SupDawg

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    Haynesworth has anger management issues. He's had them his whole career.
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