dickfreckle: I mean, come on, we're playing a kid's game (football), getting paid a king's ransom."Funny, that's not the tune you were singing when you repeatedly described your job as "slavery."
Tommy Moo: This entire article gives me a creepy aftertaste. Something just isn't right about a negative connotation being associated with bringing attention to a plot to injure people. Whoever informed the league about the bounty program isn't a "snitch," and shouldn't worry about being "outed," because he's a goddamn hero who ought to be proud of himself. If it was Shockey, I have never respected him more than to hear this about him. I would have figured him for one of the guys who would have been all about the dirty stuff. I hope I was wrong.
pc_gator: Cane on Cane violence.
coolio mack: Boxing should create a "broke joke" tournament and invite all these has beens to fight for some cash. Get Sapp, Curt Schilling, Canseco, etc. to join up.
doubled99: This is the culture of the game. Always has been, even before everyone was getting huge money. This whole "scandal" is the beginning of the end of pro football as we know it.
UNC_Samurai: doubled99: This is the culture of the game. Always has been, even before everyone was getting huge money. This whole "scandal" is the beginning of the end of pro football as we know it.This is overblown rhetoric, and anyone with sense knows it. The culture will change, and the sport will continue to exist.
doubled99: Yes, it will continue to exist. A shiatty, watered down version of the game we've watched all our lives.
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