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  1. icsept

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    Talking heads are rejoicing that “old whitey” Richardson is selling the Panthers. I’ve heard ridiculous speculation that anyone from P Diddy to Steph Curry could buy. I’ll be the first to predict: the new majority owner will be a Jew. And the public will be clueless.
     
  2. Ambrose

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    Yep. I concur.
     
  3. white is right

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    If P. Diddy is a new minority owner, then you know the NFL and their marketing department is total bs.

    P. Diddy about 15 years ago pulled a Pac Man Jones and ordered his bodyguards to shoot a club patron with whom he had a dispute. His bodyguard fell on his sword and took the brunt of the charges. But if the NFL doesn't want (L)Rush Limbaugh to have a minority share of the team there is no way he would ever be allowed to be minority owner. But then again this is league that has forgotten about the nightclub incident with Ray Lewis......
     
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  4. La France Blanche

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    (((Mark Cuban))) is already being talked about as a potential buyer, although he'd probably have to sell the Mavericks because it's unlikely that the league would allow him to own both teams. There is a rule preventing an NFL owner from owning a sports franchise in a different city that also has an NFL team, but an exception was made for Rams owner Stan Kroenke (who also owns the Colorado Avalanche and the Denver Nuggets), so you never know.

    Colin Kaepernick has been mentioned as a minority owner (not making this up). If he buys 0.3% or whatever of the team with whatever money he hasn't pissed away yet on bling and shoes, look for him to become The New Face of NFL Ownership (TM). They could change the team name to the Black Panthers, and move the franchise to East St. Louis. Of course, McCaffrey, Kuechly, and Olsen would bolt from that so quick it would leave the new negro owners saying, "DAYUM! Ah didn know dem white boys could run dat fast!"
     
  5. Westside

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    Rex Burkhead appeared to suffer only a sprained knee, no ACL tear. According to reports should be ready for the playoffs. Thank God, for another NE White impact skill player to root for.
     
  6. La France Blanche

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    Notice how all the NFL owners who have been the targets of hate attacks from the (((media))) - Jerry Jones for wanting players to stand during the national anthem, Bob McNair for his "inmate" comments, Steve Bisciotti for supposedly not wanting to sign Krappernick (how dare he), and now Jerry Richardson - have been Aryans (White, non-Semitic). The SJW left wants to purge Whites from NFL ownership positions.
     
  7. northwinds

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    Earl Thomas gets the ProBowl vote over Harrison Smith......what a joke. Weddle did make it for the AFC. Lots of pro-Harrison comments at NFL.com.......including one that says White safeties were disregarded due to their lack on melanin content.......
     
  8. Thrashen

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    Good point, but rest assured that if the NewsJews ever did turn against a Jewish NFL owner, he would surely be considered "white." Think of when Jewish NBA owner, (((Donald Sterling))), was in hot water for the irredeemable crime of saying something "racist" in a private conversation...he was repeatedly called a "old white man."



    When Jews are behaving badly, they are "white." When they want sympathy for being an oppressed ethno-religious minority, they are "Jewish." Whites, as a group, can only exist for negative reasons. Non-whites, as a group, only exist for positive reasons.

    Unlike Sterling, who was secretly recorded (isn't that illegal?) talking badly about blacks (he was even polite enough to call them "black people" and didn't use a slur), there's no actual proof that Jerry Richardson sexually assaulted anyone or once uttered a racial slur (oh, the humanity!) in a private conversation. Yet his name is dragged through the mud and he's such a coward that he's now being bullied into selling his franchise.
     
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  9. Extra Point

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    Malcolm Jenkins made the Pro-Bowl over Harrison Smith. Black privilege.
     
  10. Riggins44

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    Meanwhile, Gronk was suspended immediately for hitting that DB on the ground. Why was that hit more egregious then the hits by the Seahawks players?
     
  11. Don Wassall

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    The Caste System in a nutshell. Julius Thomas has had over 500 receiving yards just once in his career. But he did have back-to-back seasons in Denver with 12 TDs. Peyton Manning was throwing to him. He was a classic example of a mediocre talent benefiting from a great quarterback, but the media only classified Eric Decker that way among Broncos receivers and tight ends. But Decker continued to thrive with the bottom feeding Jets no matter who the quarterback was, and there were some terrible ones like Geno Smiff. Meanwhile, Thomas' receiving yards in three seasons with Jax and Miami since leaving Denver are 455, 281 and 388, with 5, 4, and 3 TD catches. Yet even into this season he still got the hype treatment as if he's some kind of superstar with unlimited "upside" to be tapped. From Weenieworld:

    Dolphins place TE Julius Thomas on injured reserve with a foot injury, ending his season. Acquired from the Jaguars in a salary dump by Jacksonville in the spring, Thomas was a huge flop in Miami. A summer hype-piece All Star via the Miami media, Thomas caught 41 passes for 388 yards and three touchdowns after multiple members of the media had been guaranteeing Thomas double-digit touchdowns and fantasy superstar status in training camp. Thomas is just about done and will be 30 next summer. He's a lock to be released by the Dolphins after the season.
     
  12. Extra Point

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    I just saw a TV commercial with Chris Borland for some science organization. In it he said the reason he retired is he didn't want to develop CTE.
     
  13. Westside

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    I see his point as clear as day.
     
  14. Leonardfan

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    Looks like Rosen might pull an Eli Manning:


    According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, UCLA QB Josh Rosen prefers to play for the Giants and would be "hesitant to come out in next year's draft" if the Browns pursue him with the first overall pick.

    Rosen is still deciding whether to enter the upcoming draft, where he would likely be a first-round selection. Per Schefter, he wants no part of the Browns, however, and may be tempted to return to UCLA for his senior year if it meant avoiding Cleveland. ESPN's Todd McShay projects Rosen as the No. 1 pick while Mel Kiper has him at No 4. The winless Browns are a lock to draft a quarterback after missing on Carson Wentz and Deshaun Watson the past two years.
     
  15. Leonardfan

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    I have been bouncing around a few NFL sites this morning and it sounds like Jon Gruden may make a return to coaching in Tampa Bay. As a commentator he has been pretty good - calling out putrid play and players during broadcasts but it will be interesting to see if he returns to the game - if he gets caught back up in the caste system. Odds are that he will return to being a caste coach even though he has been able to see the game from a different perspective.
     
  16. Extra Point

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    The Bears and Browns are playing in the cold and snow. Many players don't wear sleeves and have bare arms. They presumably do this to show they're tough.

    I always thought it was a bad idea to not wear sleeves. Cold causes your blood vessels to constrict, which weakens you. Plus if you're cold you are distracted by it.
     
  17. Don Wassall

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    The Steelers cut washed up James Harrison, a surprise move this late in the season, and he was promptly signed by who else, the Patriots. That's all Steelers DWFs and Pittsburgh sports talk show hosts could talk about today. It's amazing and amusing how much the Patriots are in the heads of the Steelers and their fans.
     
  18. Leonardfan

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    The Giants have named Dave Gettleman as their new GM - he was with the Panthers as the GM I think from 2013-2017 and was with the Giants prior (since the late 90s).
     
  19. referendum

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    Giants cut sumo Bobby Hart, and sign two white O-lineman from PS. Maybe new GM wants to go back to formula of a mostly white O-line that worked well for them several years ago.
     
  20. Riggins44

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    Well that's good news. He may actually want to win.
     
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    Wow, Black Jack already reaping what he sowed, just like he did in Jacksonville. I don't think even the most optimistic of us thought it would all fall apart for him this fast. The big question if Gruden is hired for mega-bucks, will be whether he changes Oakland's all-black demographics or not. If he cans Reggie McKenzie that would be a good sign. With Whaley and Reese already fired this year, firing McKenzie would be a helluva trifecta for one season. Of course Gruden may be happy to stay in the broadcast booth. From Weenieworld:

    ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Raiders are "preparing to pursue" Jon Gruden as their next head coach. The Raiders are expected to make Gruden an offer that "could include an ownership stake." He'll also have the power to reshape the front office, potentially putting GM Reggie McKenzie out of a job. With the Bucs keeping Dirk Koetter, the Raiders are willing to eat the remaining three years on Jack Del Rio's deal to get Gruden back in Oakland, where he spent his first four seasons. Gruden has been putting together a staff over the last few weeks and signs continue to suggest he's serious about making a return.
     
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    Aren't the Raiduhs taking their cue from junior tribesman Davis and the usual jewish sissy boy attitudes towards whites?
     
  24. Don Wassall

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    I'm sure that factors into it as well. It's a shame that this franchise of all the franchises changed so drastically as in the '70s the Raiders had one of the great collections of badass White players. "Just win baby" meant something then, but not after Davis Sr. went full Caste.
     
  25. NEP01

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    It will be amusing to see the media cucks try their hardest to catch the Raiders in a Rooney Rule violation.
     

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