Andy Isabella

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Of all places Baltimore gives Isabella a shot.. I’ll take it. They did have another Italian speedster in Michael Campanaro a few years back. He could never stay healthy despite being in rotation for quite a few years. Best of luck to Andy!
 

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Isabella cut - a very recent example of the caste system in action.
Well, I know this is wishful thinking but wouldn’t anywhere be better than Baltimore? Hopefully it’s early enough to latch on elsewhere and make a great impression. If Scotty Miller had interest, I would assume Isabella should too.
 

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Well, I know this is wishful thinking but wouldn’t anywhere be better than Baltimore? Hopefully it’s early enough to latch on elsewhere and make a great impression. If Scotty Miller had interest, I would assume Isabella should too.

We all know better than to expect Belichek to sign him. Seriously though Isabella was absolutely screwed over in Arizona. When he got the chance to play he actually made things happen. However the washed up AJ Green played ahead of him at all times, Keim and Kucksbury then draft the smaller injury prone Rondale Moore to ensure Isabella stays on the bench and the final straw was Kucksbury picking the scrub Greg Dortch over him. This isn't due to Isabella being less talented or athletic, it's about the perceptions around him because he is a White WR in the league.

Rooting for him to somehow land in a solid spot, he's certainly better than many receivers occupying roster spots throughout the league.
 

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Isabella cut - a very recent example of the caste system in action.

https://nfltraderumors.co/ravens-ma...-releasing-wrs-andy-isabella-and-mike-thomas/

Isabella like McClung in the NBA is shunned not because of talent but because of his skin color. Athletic white guys scare all
of the leagues and they are told to mostly hold them down. We have countless decades of proof.

Feel so bad for the kid. He is so fast and he has great hands to go with it. The Rams would be a great spot to go to. Let's hope
someone gives him a chance. Isabella has been through so much because he could have been a superstar.
 

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corrected this. best of luck to Andy.
Well first and possibly last. The league will be happy to caste him aside if Buffalo screws him too. As we all know White receivers have a short shelf life and Andy’s years in the league of little production (not his fault) will be held against him. He won’t get the Laquon Treadwell or Breshad Perriman treatment.
 

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Well first and possibly last. The league will be happy to caste him aside if Buffalo screws him too. As we all know White receivers have a short shelf life and Andy’s years in the league of little production (not his fault) will be held against him. He won’t get the Laquon Treadwell or Breshad Perriman treatment.
100%.
 

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I feel good about his chances. Let's think positive and hope for the best. What's been done to him only makes sense when you
know what we all know here at the board. In all sports they really go the hardest after the most athletic white guys!

If the Bills give him a legitimate chance he will shine. Other than the Rams I think the Bills are the best team he could have gone to.
 
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I was just checking out Isabella on Our Lads. Here's his transaction history, something so many White receivers over the past 40 years in the backwaters of the NFL can identify with, and most of his time with Arizona was spent just sitting unused on the bench rather than being repeatedly waived or jerked around back and forth from the practice squad:

Player History

05/19 ARZ D/C signed
07/21 ARZ Covid-19
08/21 ARZ activated
08/21 ARZ Covid-19
08/21 ARZ activated
10/22 ARZ waived
10/22 BAL P/SQ 5-16
12/22 BAL activated 16
12/22 BAL P/SQ 16-17
12/22 BAL activated 17
01/23 BAL P/SQ 17-19
01/23 BAL activated 19
01/23 BAL P/SQ 19
01/23 BAL FA for 23
07/23 BAL T V V
07/23 BUF FA

Here's their scouting report on Andy. He did nothing in Arizona to contradict or disprove any of it, he just was never given an opportunity. Note the highlighted area in bold; similar stories exist by the hundreds yet no one in the media dares to connect the dots or identify the ever-repeating race-based pattern:

Ourlads' Profile:

2019 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about ANDY ISABELLA: Massachusetts, 5086 188 4.34. Three year starter from Mayfield, OH. Despite world class speed in high school (#1 in country in 60 meter) and a defeat of Denzel Ward in the 100 and 200 meter races, Isabella didn’t receive a lot of attention from college programs. In fact, it wasn’t until 2017 where he really popped onto the national radar. He followed that with a nation-leading 141.5 receiving yards per game last fall, including a dominant performance against Georgia. He will be a weapon from the slot because of his elite-movement ability in both short and long spaces. But even more than that, he brings the concentration, toughness, and attention to detail that will make him a quarterback’s best friend. He will be near impossible to cover man on man and while his size puts a few limitations on him, there will be enough he can do to warrant a high pick. Small in stature but understands how to take advantage. Elite quickness but that doesn’t come at the expense of long speed. The burst and acceleration translates into top shelf long speed as well. Won’t be caught from behind. Runs with a wide, balanced base which makes him seem even more agile and efficient as a route runner. Detailed-oriented and approaches his route running like a surgeon. Can separate on all levels consistently. Quick to turn north after the catch and gain the extra yardage. Tough as nails, shows no fear at any time. Can find the windows, planned or unplanned. Versatile tool box, as he was used all over the field. Undersized when it comes to height, length, and hand size. Will be limited to slot-only duties. Can be hard to locate especially in traffic. 2018 stats: 102-1698, 16.7 ypr, 13 TD. OSR:10/42. Third/fourth round. (A-29 3/4, H-8 3/8, VJ-36.5, SS-4.16).
 

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The only explanation for his not shining in the league is Kliff Cucksbury purposefully keeping him down. What a turd.

Here’s hoping Andy get a fair shot in Buffalo.
 

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I was just checking out Isabella on Our Lads. Here's his transaction history, something so many White receivers over the past 40 years in the backwaters of the NFL can identify with, and most of his time with Arizona was spent just sitting unused on the bench rather than being repeatedly waived or jerked around back and forth from the practice squad:

Player History

05/19 ARZ D/C signed
07/21 ARZ Covid-19
08/21 ARZ activated
08/21 ARZ Covid-19
08/21 ARZ activated
10/22 ARZ waived
10/22 BAL P/SQ 5-16
12/22 BAL activated 16
12/22 BAL P/SQ 16-17
12/22 BAL activated 17
01/23 BAL P/SQ 17-19
01/23 BAL activated 19
01/23 BAL P/SQ 19
01/23 BAL FA for 23
07/23 BAL T V V
07/23 BUF FA

Here's their scouting report on Andy. He did nothing in Arizona to contradict or disprove any of it, he just was never given an opportunity. Note the highlighted area in bold; similar stories exist by the hundreds yet no one in the media dares to connect the dots or identify the ever-repeating race-based pattern:

Ourlads' Profile:

2019 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about ANDY ISABELLA: Massachusetts, 5086 188 4.34. Three year starter from Mayfield, OH. Despite world class speed in high school (#1 in country in 60 meter) and a defeat of Denzel Ward in the 100 and 200 meter races, Isabella didn’t receive a lot of attention from college programs. In fact, it wasn’t until 2017 where he really popped onto the national radar. He followed that with a nation-leading 141.5 receiving yards per game last fall, including a dominant performance against Georgia. He will be a weapon from the slot because of his elite-movement ability in both short and long spaces. But even more than that, he brings the concentration, toughness, and attention to detail that will make him a quarterback’s best friend. He will be near impossible to cover man on man and while his size puts a few limitations on him, there will be enough he can do to warrant a high pick. Small in stature but understands how to take advantage. Elite quickness but that doesn’t come at the expense of long speed. The burst and acceleration translates into top shelf long speed as well. Won’t be caught from behind. Runs with a wide, balanced base which makes him seem even more agile and efficient as a route runner. Detailed-oriented and approaches his route running like a surgeon. Can separate on all levels consistently. Quick to turn north after the catch and gain the extra yardage. Tough as nails, shows no fear at any time. Can find the windows, planned or unplanned. Versatile tool box, as he was used all over the field. Undersized when it comes to height, length, and hand size. Will be limited to slot-only duties. Can be hard to locate especially in traffic. 2018 stats: 102-1698, 16.7 ypr, 13 TD. OSR:10/42. Third/fourth round. (A-29 3/4, H-8 3/8, VJ-36.5, SS-4.16).
The most remarkable thing is that if you eliminate the “will be limited to slot-only duties” sentence you’ve got a gushing review. Utterly ridiculous
 

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I was just checking out Isabella on Our Lads. Here's his transaction history, something so many White receivers over the past 40 years in the backwaters of the NFL can identify with, and most of his time with Arizona was spent just sitting unused on the bench rather than being repeatedly waived or jerked around back and forth from the practice squad:

Player History

05/19 ARZ D/C signed
07/21 ARZ Covid-19
08/21 ARZ activated
08/21 ARZ Covid-19
08/21 ARZ activated
10/22 ARZ waived
10/22 BAL P/SQ 5-16
12/22 BAL activated 16
12/22 BAL P/SQ 16-17
12/22 BAL activated 17
01/23 BAL P/SQ 17-19
01/23 BAL activated 19
01/23 BAL P/SQ 19
01/23 BAL FA for 23
07/23 BAL T V V
07/23 BUF FA

Here's their scouting report on Andy. He did nothing in Arizona to contradict or disprove any of it, he just was never given an opportunity. Note the highlighted area in bold; similar stories exist by the hundreds yet no one in the media dares to connect the dots or identify the ever-repeating race-based pattern:

Ourlads' Profile:

2019 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about ANDY ISABELLA: Massachusetts, 5086 188 4.34. Three year starter from Mayfield, OH. Despite world class speed in high school (#1 in country in 60 meter) and a defeat of Denzel Ward in the 100 and 200 meter races, Isabella didn’t receive a lot of attention from college programs. In fact, it wasn’t until 2017 where he really popped onto the national radar. He followed that with a nation-leading 141.5 receiving yards per game last fall, including a dominant performance against Georgia. He will be a weapon from the slot because of his elite-movement ability in both short and long spaces. But even more than that, he brings the concentration, toughness, and attention to detail that will make him a quarterback’s best friend. He will be near impossible to cover man on man and while his size puts a few limitations on him, there will be enough he can do to warrant a high pick. Small in stature but understands how to take advantage. Elite quickness but that doesn’t come at the expense of long speed. The burst and acceleration translates into top shelf long speed as well. Won’t be caught from behind. Runs with a wide, balanced base which makes him seem even more agile and efficient as a route runner. Detailed-oriented and approaches his route running like a surgeon. Can separate on all levels consistently. Quick to turn north after the catch and gain the extra yardage. Tough as nails, shows no fear at any time. Can find the windows, planned or unplanned. Versatile tool box, as he was used all over the field. Undersized when it comes to height, length, and hand size. Will be limited to slot-only duties. Can be hard to locate especially in traffic. 2018 stats: 102-1698, 16.7 ypr, 13 TD. OSR:10/42. Third/fourth round. (A-29 3/4, H-8 3/8, VJ-36.5, SS-4.16).

It’s about time for one of these guys to file a discrimination lawsuit!!
 

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Sadly most of the courts are all liberal like the universities and corporate world. He would never play again. That's the power they have.

I agree. It would have to be a retired or older guy like Beasley to do it. His lawyer would only have to visit this site for all the evidence that he would need.
 

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The topic of a "lawsuit" has come up repeatedly over the years though not as often in recent years. Do a search on the topic and there's lots to go through. I have written many times why it won't happen and why it won't be successful if it does happen; here's an example from 2018:

"The recruiting services are vulnerable to a class action lawsuit, but as I've posted a number of times over the years, none is likely to be filed for various reasons (millions in legal fees for a battle that would drag on for years, all publicity would be extremely hostile to plaintiffs with "doxxing" and other tactics likely, years and years of delays and appeals, etc.).

"As for the "why" of the discrimination, it's part and parcel of The Great Replacement, the diminishment, marginalization and outright replacement of White Americans with non-White ones. The same process in various forms is taking place in all formerly White countries. Unfortunately the White masses have been so successfully indoctrinated to accept the Big Lie of black athletic superiority that there is little to no awareness of the Caste System, much less resistance to it."


In an age of weaponized lawfare a lawsuit or even a class action suit against the NFL, NCAA, and/or the scouting services would have very little chance of success even if a group of players or former players decided to stick it out. As a no longer active lawyer I am very familiar with how the legal system works, and it can be nicely summed up thusly: The side with the most money, best connections and better media coverage will almost always win no matter the merits of the case, especially so when taking on entrenched powerful forces or institutions. Anyone trying the lawsuit route will be smeared viciously as a "White supremacist" and will suffer in as many different ways as the system is capable of arraying against him or them. It's one of those ideas that sounds good in theory but in practical terms is not going to happen at the present time.
 

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I agree. Sadly it's way bigger than just sports. This is the destruction by design of every white nation on earth. It's been in the planning for
about a century but has been really ramped up since the 1960's and forward. We are seeing how far they think ahead. They move society
in incremental steps using the fake left/right paridigm to make people think there is a side when in fact they all want the same thing behind
closed doors. This is being spoken from a life long conservative. I wish more people woke up to the world is a stage quicker. It might be too
late now and sports is nothihg compared to the big picture.

Back to football. I really am hoping that Isabella gets to hang out with Josh Allen as often as he can. One thing Julian Edelmann knew
was he had to become good friends with Brady to gain his trust. Andy Isabella should do the same thing as it's very smart. Then his
ability will do the rest and he has a pro bowl qb throwing him the passes!
 

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I agree. Sadly it's way bigger than just sports. This is the destruction by design of every white nation on earth. It's been in the planning for
about a century but has been really ramped up since the 1960's and forward. We are seeing how far they think ahead. They move society
in incremental steps using the fake left/right paridigm to make people think there is a side when in fact they all want the same thing behind
closed doors. This is being spoken from a life long conservative. I wish more people woke up to the world is a stage quicker. It might be too
late now and sports is nothihg compared to the big picture.

Back to football. I really am hoping that Isabella gets to hang out with Josh Allen as often as he can. One thing Julian Edelmann knew
was he had to become good friends with Brady to gain his trust. Andy Isabella should do the same thing as it's very smart. Then his
ability will do the rest and he has a pro bowl qb throwing him the passes!
If Isabella establishes trust with Allen and starts making impact plays it would help to open some eyes. First Cooper Kupp and now an ever faster white guy???

Here’s hoping!
 

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Andy Isabella is used to beating long odds as he tries to earn roster spot with Bills​

Story by Sal Maiorana, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle • 18h
 

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I find it laughable they make sure to mention his height and call him an undersized player when Tyreek Hill is less than 1/2" taller than Isabella.
 
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