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  1. wile

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    Mixon is a hard incident to fathom because wasn't the woman a lesbian (protected class). Honestly I love seeing the left fight amongst themselves, but I personally don't care what happens to anyone in that video, tMZ being about the level of the NFL these days, a jewish bottom feeding lawyer making dollars off of black disfunction.
     
  2. wile

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    Interesting to contemplate how much money it takes to field a caste team or league when that caste team or league is not successful. And the top leagues are owned and operated either by aged baby boomers or crazy political operatives who insist on shoving black supremacy down our throats out of spite when even in the Democratic coalition the hatred of blacks via passive aggressive means is palatable. When the goofy fat man boobz of conservatism give up on the color blind narrative easily chop a third of the revenue off the NFL's take.
     
  3. Shadowlight

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    As mentioned above the Hunt incident is not as serious as Ray Rice's vicious punch. In fact I was surprised the Chiefs released him considering they have T Hill on the team who was involved in a more serious incident to the best of my knowledge.

    The NFL is trying to look "sensitive" on these issues. Is Kareem Hunt's career over or will he get another chance? No one seems to know although in the short term he is out.

    And Don brings up other criminal black NFL offenses that get shoved under the rug.

    In the real world when these players get involved with questionable female types all sorts of trouble will usually occur. One message that players should hear is be wary of skanks. But for young mostly black players with little self control looking for a good time that can be a difficult chore.
     
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    I guess Kareem Hunt tried to use the “she called me the N word” defense. EVERY time a black is caught assaulting a White, that’s the excuse. In reality, it’s no excuse, and probably never true.
     
  5. Max#

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    Hunt for me is a victim of 'gender discrimination' - like any white man.
    he is not punished because he is violent but because he is violent against a woman.
    as in every Western country, parity of duties does not exist: only rights exist.
    he is black but for me Hunt is a victim of gender discrimination
     
  6. referendum

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    Jake Kumerow back on Green Bay active roster.
     
  7. Bucky

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    Finally get to see Kumerow. Now let's hope he has an immediate impact! Trevor Davis was just put on IR along with DL Mike Daniels. Which should bode well for Lowry and Lancaster.

    Pack also activayed Vitale former HBack from Northwestern. Good athlete and receiver in his own right!
     
  8. wile

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    Great news with Vitale
     
  9. Extra Point

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    Vitale tested out to have upper echelon athleticism. If he's assigned one position and is given a chance he could do well.
     
  10. Bucky

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    Yessir both Vitale and Kunerow have the upside NFL teams supposedly covet, just throw them the damn ball!
     
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  12. Awake in America

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    Oh, it's true, it's just not actually said. ;)
     
  13. referendum

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    Cantrell signed to Chargers active roster. In the last several weeks we have Williams going to Rams, Cracraft to Broncos, Beebe to Vikings, Dieter to Chiefs, Kumerow and Quinn activated from IR, a veritable resurgence of unheralded lunch pail high motor WR's.
     
  14. Don Wassall

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    Matt Millen was way out of his element as an NFL executive, but he was a tough as nails linebacker who took no prisoners on the field. He played with heart and soul, unlike so many of today's entitled defensive players who are the undeserving beneficiaries of the league's racial spoils system.

    Former Penn State Linebacker Matt Millen In Desperate Need Of A Heart Transplant

    Former Penn State and NFL linebacker Matt Millen is waiting for a necessary heart transplant.

    ESPN reports that Millen has been suffering from amyloidosis, a rare disease that would eventually require surgery.

    Millen has been hospitalized in an undisclosed location in New Jersey for nearly 70 days waiting for the procedure according to reports.

    Millen was a linebacker at Penn State, who went on to play for the Raiders, 49ers and Redskins in the NFL.

    The Detroit Lions hired Millen as the President and CEO of the team from 2001-2008.

    Before and after his time with the Lions, Millen held multiple sports broadcasting jobs.

    https://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2018/12/03/matt-millen-in-need-of-heart-transplant/
     
  15. Don Wassall

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    Clearly a high-character individual with a room brightening smile who felt so blessed to become a millionaire and a celebrity at such a young age that he led an immaculate life off the field. The NFL is filled with Kareem Hunts, it's only when circumstances arise that their crimes can't be brushed under the table that they get exposed.

    ESPN's Dan Graziano reports the NFL is taking into account three separate off-the-field incidents as it considers how long free agent Kareem Hunt's suspension will be. The NFL is investigating Hunt's February altercation with a woman that led to his release from the Chiefs as well as a June incident with a man and a previously undisclosed incident from January. Per Graziano, the January and June incidents are the "types of aggravating factors that can lead the league to impose a suspension longer than the six-game baseline." Hunt's 2018 suspension is going to spill over deep into 2019.
     
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    So many dwfs hated Millen in Detroit and wanted him out because he didn't produce a winner there. Now, the same dwfs are probably "mourning" Hunt's suspension and nary a care about Millen. Sad.
     
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    Trey Quinn back on IR. Unfortunate, but I’m glad it looks like he’s respected and shouldn’t have his career flame out after a couple years like a lot of our guys.
     
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    Broncos lose WR Emanuel Sanders to torn Achilles. Should open up more opportunities for River Cracraft.
     
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    Could also open up a roster spot for New York Jets 2017 4th round pick Chad Hansen, currently on the Broncos practice squad. Broncos have now lost both starting WR's since October. Traded their #1 when they seemed to be out of it; now #2 goes on IR? Next two on the depth chart are 2nd and 4th round rookies.

    Worst case scenario is Hansen stays on the PS and Cracraft is cut. Why ? At 6-6 they are still in the wild card chase. Let's hope they don't go out and sign one or two over-hyped "veterans" in hopes of helping the QB in the final 4 weeks. If they where 5-7 (or worse) and out of playoff contention, Hansen being promoted would almost be a slam dunk.
     
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    With 4 games left signing veteran free agents may not be the best move. First of all they're free agents for a reason. Teams didn't see them as good options. Second they won't know the system. It would be better to go with players that already know the system, like Cracraft and Hansen.
     
  21. Leonardfan

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    No need to worry - the Broncos signed the immortal Andre Holmes - a 30 year old player who has never shown to be anything more than 4th WR. He still has "upside" though.
     
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    He definitely made a good decision to come back for those 2 games, made his mark in this league and proved that Mr. Irrelevant pick was a joke.
     
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    Sharp post, cuts like a knife! And this is a beast of a thread you started.
     
  24. Don Wassall

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    The NFL is so rich in receiving talent that a bum like Kelvin Benjamin may immediately become the third receiving target on the Chiefs: The Chiefs signed recently waived veteran WR Kelvin Benjamin to a one-year deal, which essentially takes him through the remainder of the season with one of the league’s top offenses. With WR Sammy Watkins struggling with a foot injury, Benjamin could see significant snaps immediately and serve as the third target for QB Patrick Mahomes.

    Have you noticed also how complete no-name running backs have outperformed some of the highly drafted backs? Players like Gus Edwards, Josh Adams, Jeff Wilson (and before him on the 49ers Matt Breida), Chris Carson and others. It's obvious yet again that "talent evaluators" are useless, or else playing running back is something that can be done by guys literally off the street. Unless they're White of course.
     
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    Somebody said back in the 70's running back was the easiest position to fill.
     

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