Isaiah Wilson Suspended

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  1. Mitch86

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    "Working through personal issues". A boat load of hoochies probably cleared up his depression. At least for the day.
     
  2. Mitch86

    Mitch86 Pro Bowler

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    Really, I dont know what he's done besides make it impossible for the coaches to trust him or want him on the field.

    It appears he's a lost cause... but at least the O Line hasn't been a major issue and we're not left wondering what if...

    He'll collect a few million and ride off in to the sunset when he's cut. Likely on a boat full of hoochies.
     
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  3. titanflamer

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    Is there any kind of infraction a rookie can do that would force him to return the money?
    There should be some stipulations involving money.
    Not playing is obviously not a punishment to him.
     
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  4. 8Bruce8

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    If we cut him does he get the money from the cap hit. I mean we're looking pretty screwed if we keep him screwed if we don't. So if we cut him does he get the cap hit money or we just get penalised.

    Pretty sure the Amy's lawyers could find something on him which would be detrimental to the nfl and the team.
     
  5. Dangermode

    Dangermode A New Era has Begun

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    Do not cut him. If he gets cut he could turn it around and help another team. We should just leave him on the inactive roster and find a way to avoid paying him. Like the Jags did with Blackmon for years. Suspension for conduct detrimental to the team or something.
     
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  6. Fry

    Fry Welcome to the land of tomorrow!

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    That was a league imposed suspension for substance abuse. Basically Josh Gordon's situation, except Blackmon just gave up and never tried to be reinstated. Wilson will have to be in the program before that can happen. I'd guess once a ruling comes down on his DUI case it could be a possibility after that if he continues to have issues with alcohol.

    Until then he's just our problem, not the league's.
     
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  7. Riverman

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    If he wins it in camp, let him play early next season and bury any behavior story. If stupidity continues (and it will) then you've effectively bumped his trade value for some team that loses an OL (like we did). Then you can get the most for this waste pick.
     
  8. MrBean

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    Possibly Bi-Polar. Depression and then mania is a pretty sure sign.

    And Mania will make you blow your money on hookers and blow.
     
  9. TheBisco

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    This feels like a personal attack on me.
     
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  10. HurrayTitans!

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    Even if the Titans could recoup the money for him being worthless this year, it's not like they could reapply it to the team in any way.
    if he has not interest in football, he won. He got his rookie contract money and can walk (or roll) away. If the Titans can release him without paying him any additional money, I'd be alright with that. If not, just hold on to him for any potential he may offer going into next season.
     
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