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(BBC)   Lewis Hamilton pulls an Edgerrin James   ( divider line
    More: Sad, McLaren, Ross Brawn, fastest car, Nico Rosberg, Canadian Grand Prix, go-karts, Michael Schumacher, new chapter  
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2012-09-28 01:39:23 PM  
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carnifex2005: notatrollorami: WTF does that mean subby?

Leaving a really good team to a bad team for the money. That being said, James did make it to the Super Bowl with that "bad" team.

Oh, OK, I guess that works. I never characterized James as having "left for the money". To me it was more Indy knew better than to pay a veteran running back big money and wisely let Arizona fulfill their destiny of paying over the hill superstars to finish their careers there. Maybe I'm misremembering because I'm not an Indy fan. 

///Running backs have such a ridiculously short shelf life I never begrudge them any opportunity to get paid. The majority of running backs, even talented ones, never last long enough to get a big payday; they're already beaten to hell by the time their rookie contract runs out.

//Wide receivers generally need to STFU and earn their next contract though.
2012-09-28 01:36:30 PM  
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It'll be interesting to see how Sergio Perez performs in a top tier car.
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