Was it not Paul Kersey for the SBPDL blog who made the claim about Cooper in one of his sports related articles? If I remember correctly, he claimed that Riley’s dad had emailed him or something like that.There's no direct connection, only that two different people informed me second-hand that both Kuhn and Cooper were aware at least to some degree of the anti-White discrimination in football. As with all hearsay, it might be accurate, might not be.
Was it not Paul Kersey for the SBPDL blog who made the claim about Cooper in one of his sports related articles? If I remember correctly, he claimed that Riley’s dad had emailed him or something like that.
Just a reminder to any new posters, we've been down the debate road if a white athlete should do a kamikaze routine when it comes to the Caste System, and the overwhelming consensus has been a resounding NO. Till the CS is discredited and the people who enforce it are delegitimized and disqualified it would be way too counter productive.
Brian Leonard ran a 4.4 something 40 in the combine which for some reason I was watching and that verminous scum Dick Vermeil blurted out "FB", now who is going to argue with him about 40s? Yeah Brian was probably faster than most of the black RBs by a long shot, did that matter? I don't want to spin on a spiffy bow tie and sit down with Dick and his support staff on the NFL Network and have that "discussion" about measurables, they need their credibility and authority utterly destroyed, do you really think you can "educate" Vermeil and the scum who support him?
Yep a bright spot from the dreadful 80s. One thing good that came out of Waukesha sure wasn't Paul Ryan.
"Rock" works for the Packers now as the color guy in their booth and doing their homer propaganda videos for their website. And frankly the Packers might as well just be called BET Sports. We die hard fans appreciated all the players that played well in the 70s/80s dark ages of Packer Fandom. That said with their turn to appease the gods of Critical Race Theory I hope they lose 15 games this year, they suffer from Black entitlement cancer and the GreenBay area, the fans and everyone else is accused of "racism" and all generally just rot in hell for destroying an institution.
Safety for the Packers during the years we don't like to think about.
Good write up of a very good player who bridged the gap from the awful years to the heights of the Favre years. I kind of wondered if the Packers gave him a SB ring since he left in the middle of the year with a knee, I doubt it but it would have been classy.