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NFL 2019-2020 Season
#1
Red Cashion passed away, so let's head into the new season with a hearty "FIRST DAHHN!" 


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dlOeCLyyls4

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#2
Lol, I forgot that's who I got that from. When I'm at a game, that's always what I'll yell when the team I'm pulling for gets a first down. RIP buried so far DAHN!
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#3
The Browns sign Kareem Hunt. Ugh.
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#4
I don't get that. Chubb is a beast
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#5
(02-11-2019, 03:44 PM)Mangy Wrote: The Browns sign Kareem Hunt. Ugh.

Oh NFL. You never fail to live up to your rep as the Official Sports League of Toxic Masculinity.

(02-10-2019, 09:20 PM)martianman Wrote: Lol, I forgot that's who I got that from. When I'm at a game, that's always what I'll yell when the team I'm pulling for gets a first down. RIP buried so far DAHN!

I was disappointed, I thought he was also the "personal foul, he was givin' him the business!" ref, but that was Ben Dreith.

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#6
The Broncos sign Joe Flacco. Haha!
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#7
(02-13-2019, 03:28 PM)Mangy Wrote: The Broncos sign Joe Flacco. Haha!

Someday Elway will sign a good QB. 

BUT NOT THIS DAY

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#8
Colin Kaepernick has reached a settlement agreement with the NFL

https://247sports.com/Article/Colin-Kaep...129141000/

I found this note from the article interesting:

"Whether this latest development means that Kaepernick gets a job opportunity remains to be seen, but one thing is certain--Roger Goodell won't be answering any more questions about him during press conferences. Reporters can ask, but legally, he can't answer." 

That one thing is probably worth the price of the settlement.
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#9
That must be a MASSIVE number. I can't imagine Kaepernick really wanted this to go under an NDA.

I'm thinking close to 9 figures.
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#10
If I got a chance to see the actual agreement, nothing in it would shock me. There are sooooo many angles at play with this situation I can see reasons for both sides to want the settlement.
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#11
Supposedly 60-80 million dollars in an article I read. Ending this before the discovery phase started was important to the NFL. Who knows what would have come out had that started.
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#12
(02-16-2019, 10:13 PM)martianman Wrote: Supposedly 60-80 million dollars in an article I read. Ending this before the discovery phase started was important to the NFL. Who knows what would have come out had that started.

They might not discover collusion, but I'm sure there are lots of other things that could sneak out of that.

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#13
Yeah, that's exactly what I'm talking about. Not maybe collusion, but a conspiracy to cover up other things *cough CTE cough*
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#14
Also, definitely collusion.
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(02-17-2019, 09:49 PM)schwartz Wrote: Also, definitely collusion.

Eh, I think it's just as likely that the owners were all gutless and craven independently of one another.

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#16
So, yeah, Patriots owner Bob Kraft has been charged with soliciting prostitution. Annnnnnd, there’s a human trafficking element to the investigation. 

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, one of the most powerful men in American football, was charged today on two counts of soliciting prostitution in connection to a recent law enforcement bust on massage parlors in Florida that, according to law enforcement, were used for prostitution and human trafficking.”
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#17
Isn't he buddies with Trump, maybe he can get him to pardon him.
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#18
easiest solution is to suspend Kraft for the entire season
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#19
Here's the thing with Kraft. This (potentially) isn't a victimless crime. The details here are going to be important, but I could see him being forced to hand over operational control to his son or something similar.
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#20
I hope they pursue this as vigorously as they would if a black player had done it.
My karmic debt must be huge.

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#21
Just heard on the radio (may have been NPR) driving home that Kraft isn't even the biggest name that police have been made aware of, there might a much bigger name that could potentially be released. Stay tuned.
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#22
People are talking about it in the scandals thread as well, HB. Tiger and Jordan both have places in Jupiter, Florida, as well as a history of being linked with porn stars and prostitutes. I'd say there's about a 90% chance it's one of those two.
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#23
My twisted sense of humor is hoping it's Brady.

He and Kraft having a couples day at the local rape slave kiosk.

Kudos to the first NFL team who tries the marketing plan of: "Root for us, we're not evil!!!"

Not many could try it with a shred of honesty though...
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#24
Not sure why 'big' has to mean a sports celebrity, how about Rush Limbaugh?
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#25
(02-22-2019, 11:57 PM)Rylander Wrote: Not sure why 'big' has to mean a sports celebrity, how about Rush Limbaugh?

Hoooo boy would that be a thing.
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#26
NFL TV guy/former coach Jimmie Johnson?

lol who else would I associate with Miami and FL?

Derek Jeter?
The Rock and Rob Cordry?
Marc Anthony?
Roger Stone?
Pitbull?
Dan Marino?
Dwyane Wade?
Miami Heat Owner (Micky Aronson?)

inquiring minds want to know
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#27
Oh my GOD not GLORIA ESTEFAN!!!
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#28
Matt Damon lives in the Miami area...
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#29
Totally.  And Gov Rick Snyder, Tony Montana and Ace Ventura.
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#30
(02-22-2019, 08:28 PM)farsight Wrote: Kudos to the first NFL team who tries the marketing plan of: "Root for us, we're not evil!!!"

Not many could try it with a shred of honesty though...

Green Bay lacks a shitty billionaire/legacy owner. 

They still manage to end up on the "awful" end of the scale.

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#31
Nick Foles to the Jags. No more magic for him then.
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(03-04-2019, 12:21 AM)anyawatchin angel Wrote: Nick Foles to the Jags.  No more magic for him then.

I honestly thought that Eli Manning would end up there, with the Tom Coughlin connection and all. 

Also, rumors abound that if the Giants trade Odell B. Jr. it may be to San Francisco.
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(02-22-2019, 07:42 PM)history buff Wrote: Just heard on the radio (may have been NPR) driving home that Kraft isn't even the biggest name that police have been made aware of, there might a much bigger name that could potentially be released. Stay tuned.

Adam Schefter said this over a week ago, and prosecutors basically said they don't have the foggiest idea what he's talking about. Way to go, Schef.
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(03-04-2019, 12:27 AM)history buff Wrote: Also, rumors abound that if the Giants trade Odell B. Jr. it may be to San Francisco.

Rumors of AB to San Fran are also rampant. I guess what the actual truth is, San Francisco is ready to sign a big WR.
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#35
So, an AB solution is supposed to be announced on Friday. And apparently Kyler Murray is either the best or the worst QB to ever appear in the draft, depending on who you (or Charlie Casserly) talk to. And Witten is going back to the Cowboys? I thought that was a joke when I first saw it, like an Onion headline or something. But apparently he really is.
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