Terrell Owens suspended indefinitely(?)

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  1. Bear-Arms

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  2. BeyondFedUp

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    [​IMG]YEP! It's true! What a wonderful thing to see this me-first ego-maniac joke fall flat from his own words.


    How's that CROW taste, Terrell??


    HAHAHAHA!!!!!!!
     
  3. Bear-Arms

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    He got suspended for this remark(?):

     
  4. BeyondFedUp

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    Apparently, they also didn't like the fact that he whined abouthis 100th career TD reception not being acknowledged in-stadium. i.e.: on the jumbo-tron /scoreboard screen...WHINER!! Good riddance[​IMG].
     
  5. BeyondFedUp

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    Here's the quotes from the cancer known as T.O from nfl.com's website.:


    Owens got in trouble this time after taking shots at the team and quarterback Donovan McNabb in an interview with ESPN.com on Thursday.


    Owens was upset there was no in-stadium acknowledgment of his 100th career TD reception in a victory over San Diego on Oct. 23. An announcement was made in the press box.


    "That right there just shows you the type of class and integrity that they claim not to be," said Owens, who became the sixth receiver in NFL history to reach the milestone. "They claim to be first class and the best organization. It's an embarrassment. It just shows a lack of class they have. My publicist talked to the head PR guy, and they made an excuse they didn't recognize that was coming up. But that was a blatant lie. Had it been somebody else, they probably would have popped fireworks around the stadium."


    Owens also said the Eagles would be undefeated with Green Bay's Brett Favre at quarterback.


    "A number of commentators will say he's a warrior, he's played with injuries," Owens said, referring to Favre. "I feel like him being knowledgeable about the quarterback position, I feel like we'd probably be in a better situation."


    Owens said on his radio show he merely was agreeing with the opinion of Michael Irvin, the former Dallas wideout and current ESPN broadcaster.
     
  6. Colonel_Reb

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    Well, for once I have to agree with Owens, but I am still glad he's suspended, just so I won't have to see his antice for a while.
     
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    Notice they didnt suspend him for calling Garcia gay in San Fran....
     
  8. white lightning

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    I hope T.O. continues to run his mouth.The media,fans,teammates,coaches and even the owners are getting a little bit tired of his act.I wish that Owens,Moss,K.Johnson and others would just get kicked out of the league.They are like a bunch of spoiled retarded little kids that have no manners,or ethics.They don't appreciate the opportunity they have that others would kill for.Some people just never mature.I won't miss any of them.lol.
     
  9. White Shogun

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    Re: Terrell Owns

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    white lightning, some of these guys are spoiled retarded kids with no manners or ethics. [​IMG]
     
  11. Uberberserker

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    Ironicly enough I actually agree with what Owens said, but in the middle of a season common sense and decorum dictates that one shouldn't say such things publicly (wait until the season is over and write a tell all book!) Hopefully this suspension will teach him a lesson not just about this incident but also about the cumulative total of everything detestable he has done in the NFL.

    And I am well acquainted with Owens antics since I lived down in San Francisco for a number of years during the time that he played there.
     
  12. White Shogun

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    In case you haven't heard, Owens actually got into a fist fight with Hugh Doughlas in the Eagle's training room. After the two were separated, Owens went into the locker room and challenged everybody else to a fight, asking if anyone else wanted some of him. No one accepted, he said "Thats what I thought," and walked out.

    [​IMG]

    Reap what you sow.
     
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    In the modern world, sadly, such chivalrous challenges to fight as Owens made will usually lead one to assault charges and a jail cell.

    No wonder no multi-millionare athlete took him up on the offer.

    (In a better world someone would have taken Owens up on the offer and he would have been demolished by a 300+ pds Line-man.)
     
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    The prick is far from eating crow.As I've seen over the last 35
    years,when such black ******** get that rare ass kicking( And
    without PC,they would get their asses rightfully beaten downat every
    turn ) ,many of them that are this egomaniacal somehow bounce back ,and
    somehow have the last laugh.Ali,Ray Lewis,Reggie jackson,Dave
    Parker,Mike Garrett,Henry Aaron. Lewis especially( In terms of NFL
    contemporaries ); after the whole shooting and near-conviction,he was
    on a typically self-righteous "mission" ,that only blacks have in their
    heads,and took it out,egomaniacally, on the whole league ,and
    practically single-handedly to the Ravens to,and won,the SB - but it
    was hardly sincere.



    And I believe Owens will be on such a "mission" when he returns.
     
  15. White Shogun

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    Not so fast, Batman. Owens issued a 'tearful' apology yesterday, to the owner, organization, team, and McNabb, specifically. His goal, he said, is to help the Eagles win a championship, and to that end hopes to be back on field with the Eagles as soon as Monday night against the Cowboys.

    So far, the Eagles seem less than enthused but you never know. If the grievance Owens filed with NFLPA doesn't go well, or if they continue to stink it up on the field, the Eagles might relent and let this idiot back in the locker room.

    I hope they stick to their guns. Edited by: White Shogun
     
  16. bigunreal

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    The biggest suprise here is how roundly T.O.'s rather innocuous
    comments have been condemned by the jock-sniffing media that worships
    him and others like him. The reason for this is clear; he crticized a
    beloved black athlete (albeit in an offhanded, indirect way). That's
    why none of the usual suspects who defend black behavior, no matter how
    bad it is, are defending him now (with the exception of Michael Irvin,
    who was probably on crack when he made his comments). I have to agree
    with his agent, who told the media that many other players have
    commited crimes, abused drugs, etc., and not been punished for it. He
    was absolutely right, and we ought to mull over why a probable murderer
    like Ray Lewis, for instance, was welcomed back to the same team with
    open arms and lavish praise from the media, while this particular black
    idiot is now unwelcome anywhere (at least for now, they can't resist
    bringing someone like him back, if for no other reason than to devote
    whole future Sportscenters to his antics). Donovan McNabb's father
    allegedly stated that T.O.'s comments about his son were nothing less
    than "black on black crime." As obnoxious as T.O. is, and as unbearable
    as all the attention he gets from the media is, I find this
    comment more disturbing than anything he said.
     
  17. White Shogun

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    This is exactly right, BigUn. Mr. Wonderful pointed out on this thread earlier that nobody cared when T.O. said Garcia was gay.

    More than anything, it was dissing McNabb by saying specifically that a WHITE QUARTERBACK, even one as famous as Favre, is better than McNabb, that was T.O.'s death sentence on the Eagles. A black man telling another black man that a white dude is a better athlete than he, is practically the same as insulting his mother. Truly disrespectful! And you know how important gettin' reyspet is to black athletes. Edited by: White Shogun
     
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    If the Eagles don't backtrack and forgive Owens for his transgressions, what is likely to happen after his suspension?Would a potentially play off bound team be interersted in him... such as Atlanta? Culpepper and McNabb didn't look so ordinary with Moss and Owens on the field to disrupt defenses. Don't think Arthur Blank isn't aware of that. The NFL would love nothing more than to see Vick take his team all the way.
     
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    I had heard that Owen's had mentioned a trade to Atlanta, but was shot down by Mora. Can you imagine, if T.O. will rip McNabb for not getting him the ball enough, for overthrows and underthrows, how long it would take him to get pissed off at Mike Vick?? They'd be at it after the first game!! [​IMG]
     
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    Ohhhhh how i'd love to see it happen!!! As long as he plays for a black QB though i'll be happy, mostly cause i know he will be miserable [​IMG]
     
  21. Samuel Hain

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    I noticed Terrell Owens sports agent has the last name Rubinhaus.
     
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    http://www.newsday.com/sports/nationworld/wire/sns-ap-fbn-fa lcons-vicks-point,0,1351502.story?coll=sns-ap-sports-headlin es


    FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. -- Michael Vick wouldn't mind having Terrell Owens line up at receiver for the Atlanta Falcons -- as long as T.O. understands one thing.

    "This is my team," Vick said Wednesday.


    Vick still ranks 26th in the league in passing efficiency, working with a group of nondescript receivers led by Brian Finneran (27 receptions, two TDs).

    So, it was no surprise when the quarterback's weekly question-and-answer session quickly turned toward Owens, who was suspended by Philadelphia after an interview critical of the organization and teammate Donovan McNabb.

    "I think I could play with anybody," Vick said. "It's all if they could play with me. He would have to understand my style of play and what I do. And if he can do that, he can be here. Other than that, this is my team."
     
  23. bigunreal

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    Boy, Vick is a humble work of art, isn't he? Can you imagine any white
    player saying these kinds of childish, egotistical things? The media
    has really created a monster in him. If NFL games are fixed, as I've
    long suspected, then matching the most overrated player in sports
    history with one of the most obnoxious ones would result in a Super
    Bowl victory for Atlanta. If Mike/Michael Vick ever plays in a Super
    Bowl, and his team wins, he could be 0-35 passing, with 10 yards
    rushing, and still be named the Super Bowl MVP. After all, he is a
    winner.
     
  24. White Shogun

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    Hey BigUn, something we can agree on![​IMG] Edited by: White Shogun
     
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    Jesse Jackson and Ralph Nader (wtf?) have both declared that Owen's suspension is too long and unwarranted for the type of offense committed.

    Jackson says that this type of suspension, one year, would be fitting if Owens had been caught shaving points, selling drugs, carrying a gun or fighting fans without sufficient restraint.

    I dunno about you, but shaving points and selling drugs would warrant a LIFETIME BAN. No surprise though that the Reverend Jackson doesn't feel that way. He's all about getting as much for the brothers as he can, as long he can get something from it for himself.

    But what is Ralph Nader doing, getting involved in this? Is he getting ready to run for the presidency again? Just goes to show you how far out of step both these guys are with the American public, whom polls show are in favor of Owens' suspension.
     

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