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  1. Leonardfan

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    Hmm...how will his Bills teammates react to this in comparison to the way they dealt with Josh Allen supposedly tweeting the "N" word when he was a kid?
     
  2. Bruce

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    If there's one thing blacks have never been known for it's their modesty. TNB on full display by one of the great elders our media holds in such high esteem. What's worse is all of these pathetic white cucks cheering him on.

     
  3. La France Blanche

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    I wonder how great Rice would have been if he'd had Krappernick throwing to him instead of Montana.

    Even when black players actually are good, I can't root for them because of crap like this. Can you imagine Jordy Nelson or Tom Brady ever putting on this kind of clown show?
     
  4. Don Wassall

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    I didn't want to start a thread on this but there is some kind of flag football tournament taking place that features some former NFL players and is getting some play on ESPN and the NFL Network. From the little snippets I've seen, every single player involved is of the magical race, giving the event the kind of all-black "diversity" that makes the communist change agents at ESPN giddy with happiness.
     
  5. Bruce

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    and he had Steve Young for the second half of his career. This negro spends almost his entire career getting the ball thrown to him by two all time great quarterbacks and he's arrogant enough to think it's all him.
     
  6. Leonardfan

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    Quite a summer for current and former NFL players as the media deflects and focuses on Papa John uttering the N word:

    Jameez suspended 3 games for sexual assault allegations

    The Tampa Bay Times' Greg Auman reports Marcell Dareus is facing two separate lawsuits accusing him of sexual assault.

    The first came to light on Wednesday, and Auman reports Dareus is facing another suit in connection with an incident which allegedly happened in January of 2017. Both suits accuse Dareus of raping an unconscious woman. Dareus is reportedly due in court on August 9 for a motion to dismiss the lawsuit.


    Former Seahawks CB Brandon Browner is facing six charges stemming from a July 8 arrest in La Verne, California including attempted murder.

    Browner will be arraigned on Tuesday. He's facing four felonies and two misdemeanors, including attempted murder, robbery, burglary, false imprisonment and two counts of child endangerment. Police allege that Browner broke into his ex-girlfriend's home (she had a restraining order against him) and forced her back inside the residence when she tried to escape. He's also been accused of stealing her Rolex. First-degree attempted murder carries a maximum sentence of life in prison in California. The 33-year-old's career ended when the Seahawks released him in 2016.


    The Bills released a statement Tuesday regarding domestic violence allegations against LeSean McCoy.

    The statement reads, "We have spoken to LeSean and have been in contact with the National Football League. We will continue to gather information." The NFL offered a similar response, simply stating, "We are reviewing the matter." Obviously there isn't much information available right now, though Charles Robinson of Yahoo Sports reports the Milton Police Department in Georgia is preparing a report on the alleged incident. McCoy himself denied the allegations, calling them "totally baseless." We'll update this story as it develops.


    Free agent CB Adam Jones was involved in a fight at the Atlanta airport Tuesday evening.
    An airport employee "made a gesture toward Jones" and the two were then throwing punches at each other before Jones landed the knockout blow. The employee was later arrested for instigating the fight. Jones is facing no discipline. The 34-year-old corner remains a free agent and has drawn no known interest.



    and Kellen Winslow:

    Former Browns and Bucs TE Kellen Winslow was arrested and charged with felony first-degree burglary in California on Thursday.
    Winslow allegedly robbed a mobile home and tailed off in his SUV after being confronted by a neighbor. He was later pulled over and booked on the charges. Winslow, 35 next month, hasn't played since appearing in 12 games for the Jets in 2013. He also had a pit stop with New England in 2012.
     
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    TNB Sports...er, TMZ Sports has a video of the Adam Jones fight. The other guy was also black (as anyone who's been to the Atlanta airport could have guessed) and judging by the video, both of them should have been arrested. But I guess black NFL player privilege trumps ordinary black privilege.
     
  8. Westside

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    Atlanta. Is one state I try to avoid at all costs.
     
  9. Bruce

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    For all the times these black thugs get arrested just think of all the times they're probably let off with warnings, for things anyone else would get arrested for, due to their status and black privilege. I'm sure most cops are DWFs anyway.
     
  10. Bruce

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    The nerve of these affletes and their greed. In a sane world Le'Veon Bell would be lucky to work as a bellhop.
     
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    Granted the Giants aren't grooming young white skill players but still it is a surprise that they signed edge player Connor Barwin who at 31 still has some gas left in his tank. Barwin has had a very good career and hopefully gets to start for a team that has been about as caste as possible for at least the last decade plus.
     
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    Not sure who’s advising Jimmy Garoppolo on his public image. A staged “date” with 41 year old Latina porn star Kiara Mia, filmed by TMZ. I guess he’s going to be the edgy playboy quarterback ala Joe Namath, instead of the geeky Manning or Brady image.
     
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    Icsept is not the only one who thinks this is total BS.Unending Fakery never leaves the news scene.If someone can begin to realize Media=deception they are on a good path.
     
  14. Leonardfan

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    Dolphins sign LB Frank Ginda
     
  15. Extra Point

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    Smart move. Ginda is an excellent run defender and led college football in tackles last year.
     
  16. rockybleier

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    Brian Hartline is now WR coach for Ohio St.....
    Should’ve had a little more NFL tenure...
     
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    Chad Hansen could be biggest sleeper of training camp

    With training camp on the horizon, Chad Hansen could be the biggest sleeper of the summer and be the brightest spot at wide receiver for the New York Jets.

    At this point in time, the wide receiver corps of the New York Jets have a lot of question marks on it. Will Robby Anderson be suspended to begin the season? Can Quincy Enunwa bounce back after being sidelined all of last year due to a severe neck injury? Will Terrelle Pryor be able to transform back to a top offensive weapon like when he was with the Cleveland Browns?

    Your guess is as good as mine but there is, however, one wide receiver that has already started to make a name for himself this offseason. Wide receiver Chad Hansen has had a strong showing in organized team activities as well as mandatory minicamp. It’s at a point now where once the training camp competition begins at training camp, Hansen could easily be the biggest sleeper of the summer thanks to the overall potential of his skillset.

    Due to the upcoming two-game suspension of wide receiver ArDarius Stewart for PEDs, Hansen just bumped up on the Jets depth chart. If Hansen can continue where he left off from during OTAs and minicamp, he could very well prove to be more than capable of handling more reps and responsibilities at wide receiver.

    Last season, Hansen was buried on the depth chart but here and there showed glimpses of his route running and ability to make a play once the football is in his hands. In 2017, Hansen totaled 94 receiving yards, nine receptions, and failed to score a single touchdown. Entering this upcoming season, it’s expected that if everything falls into place, Hansen should be given more chances to prove his worth on the gridiron.

    Ideally, the Jets starting wide receiver corps could feature Hansen at the No. 3 or No. 4 spot depending on what happens with Anderson. Jermaine Kearse is a solid No. 2 receiving option so it’s expected he’ll be in the top three. If Enunwa doesn’t resemble the player he once was, Hansen could very well see a major role as early as Week 1 of the regular season.

    Hansen, if given such a golden opportunity to start the season off at No. 2 or No. 3, could easily make the most out of it and start off with a strong momentum. Of course, it all depends on how he does throughout the summer but the excitement is there that he can turn into an incredible story that started in California. In just two seasons with the Golden Bears, Hansen totaled 1,498 receiving yards, 111 receptions, and 12 touchdowns.

    Keep your eyes on Hansen all throughout training camp and preseason action as he will likely stand out from the rest. If the wide receiver corps of the Jets turn out to be nightmarish, Hansen could very well be the only bright spot in a positional group filled with a lot of hope but possibly not enough reality.

    https://thejetpress.com/2018/07/25/new-york-jets-chad-hansen-biggest-sleeper-training-camp/
     
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    Absolutely. He had years left in him as a player.

    I'm happy he's employed in relation to football but he was the victim of a major screw job.
     
  19. rockybleier

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    I just read that Nick Holley’s twin brother Nate also signed with the Rams....He was a db with Kent St while Nick played rb/qb/wr

    You never know????
     
  20. Leonardfan

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    Nate Holley was one of the best safeties in college until his career got derailed due to some bizarre supposed kidnapping case that he was eventually cleared from. He was an absolute tackling machine for Kent St. He should of been a mid round pick but was completely ignored. I hope he makes an impression for the Rams.
     
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    Two White starting tackles on the Raiders??? Will wonders never cease. If that is indeed the case, Oakland looks to have 4 White starters this year counting Derek Carr and Jordy Nelson, and 5 if Ryan Switzer wins the slot job, which is a decent possibility. That's a lot better than Carr and 21 brothers, the typical starting lineup under Black Jack, though pure blocking TE Lee Smith was also listed as a starter at times. Smith is still on the team along with Derek Carrier, but perennial underachiever Jared Cook, still trying to realize his boundless upside after a decade in the league, is the current starter.

    First-round OT Kolton Miller opened training camp as the Raiders' first-team left tackle. Last year's starter at left tackle, Donald Penn, is still out with a foot injury. However, it seems likely that Miller will win the job outright, which would make Penn a goner. Former Texan Breno Giacomino worked as the starting right tackle during Friday's session.
     
  22. Bucky

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    Big time improvement for The Raiders and Gruden! Another OL and a pale face or two on defense and then we're talking.
     
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    A lot of the commentators said that the Raiders had a bad draft but I think they had a good one. The pick of Miller in round one was criticized but I think it was a good pick. Miller is huge and extremely athletic. He has the ability to develop into a perennial pro bowler at a premium position - left tackle.
     
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