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(Yahoo)   League is looking into AFC East teams failure to disclose an injury on the injury report. No, not that AFC East team   (sports.yahoo.com) divider line 23
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2012-10-07 03:35:26 PM  
That link doesn't seem to go anywhere.
 
2012-10-07 03:41:52 PM  
Oh, that link goes a lot of places.

Just not anywhere the headline would indicate.
 
2012-10-07 03:43:00 PM  
...okay, we're apparently talking about the Bills, with regards to Mario Williams.
 
2012-10-07 03:44:13 PM  
Which one of the admins got high and approved this?

ts4.mm.bing.net
 
2012-10-07 03:48:14 PM  
I don't know what the issue is. He practiced all week and his on the field today.
 
2012-10-07 03:55:21 PM  
I think "Injured" is one tier better than "Bill' in the league reports

/I keed.
 
2012-10-07 03:56:47 PM  
He's not listed on the injury report because he's not actually injured, he's just complaining about it to try to justify his complete lack of production since going to Buffalo. As a Pats fan, I couldn't be more thrilled about this development.
 
2012-10-07 04:07:43 PM  
Laces out Subby... dick
 
2012-10-07 04:09:21 PM  

RockChalkH1N1: Laces out Subby... dick


I'm going to reply to my own post... subby you suck, great link ass
 
2012-10-07 04:21:55 PM  
I find it amusing that the NFL has taken this big anti-gambling stance yet they still continue to make teams do the injury report and what's supposed to be injured
 
2012-10-07 04:37:44 PM  

Peter von Nostrand: I find it amusing that the NFL has taken this big anti-gambling stance yet they still continue to make teams do the injury report and what's supposed to be injured


It's for... Uhhhh... Fantasy leagues. Really.
 
2012-10-07 04:37:48 PM  

Peter von Nostrand: I find it amusing that the NFL has taken this big anti-gambling stance yet they still continue to make teams do the injury report and what's supposed to be injured


I haven't seen any evidence of the NFL being anti-gambling. I did notice that the "I hate Planned Parenthood" Pepto Bismol shoes, gloves, and hats are back, though.
 
2012-10-07 04:59:08 PM  

Peter von Nostrand: I find it amusing that the NFL has taken this big anti-gambling stance yet they still continue to make teams do the injury report and what's supposed to be injured


Its actually done to prevent inside trading of information to bookies and gamblers:


"The NFL introduced its weekly injury report in 1947, after the league suspended two members of the New York Giants suspected of associating with gamblers trying to "fix" the 1946 NFL Championship Game. The purpose of the report is to make available information on injuries public so gamblers have no reason to get close to players to obtain secret, inside information. In other words, the injury report, widely viewed--and often derided--as a tool to aid gambling, began as an attempt to insulate the sport from involving its members in gambling."
 
2012-10-07 05:05:02 PM  

Gunderson: Peter von Nostrand: I find it amusing that the NFL has taken this big anti-gambling stance yet they still continue to make teams do the injury report and what's supposed to be injured

Its actually done to prevent inside trading of information to bookies and gamblers:


"The NFL introduced its weekly injury report in 1947, after the league suspended two members of the New York Giants suspected of associating with gamblers trying to "fix" the 1946 NFL Championship Game. The purpose of the report is to make available information on injuries public so gamblers have no reason to get close to players to obtain secret, inside information. In other words, the injury report, widely viewed--and often derided--as a tool to aid gambling, began as an attempt to insulate the sport from involving its members in gambling."


It's all about the money. Exhibit "A". Exhibit "B".
 
2012-10-07 05:38:55 PM  

Palmer Eldritch: He's not listed on the injury report because he's not actually injured, he's just complaining about it to try to justify his complete lack of production since going to Buffalo. As a Pats fan, I couldn't be more thrilled about this development.


Lol, that's the Bills fans' take as well.
 
2012-10-07 06:04:31 PM  

RockChalkH1N1: RockChalkH1N1: Laces out Subby... dick

I'm going to reply to my own post... subby you suck, great link ass


Link was 404 farkied on CBS Sports also.

/Also, not news: Bills suck
//Bills fan
 
2012-10-07 08:25:26 PM  

Palmer Eldritch: He's not listed on the injury report because he's not actually injured, he's just complaining about it to try to justify his complete lack of production since going to Buffalo. As a Pats fan, I couldn't be more thrilled about this development.


As a Texans fan, I couldn't be less surprised...

/still a better first pick than Vince
 
2012-10-08 01:07:34 AM  

ObeliskToucher: Palmer Eldritch: He's not listed on the injury report because he's not actually injured, he's just complaining about it to try to justify his complete lack of production since going to Buffalo. As a Pats fan, I couldn't be more thrilled about this development.

As a Texans fan, I couldn't be less surprised...

/still a better first pick than Vince


And Reggie Bush.

Hell, the best player to come out of the first 10 picks of that draft is Vernon Davis.
 
2012-10-08 03:22:38 AM  
The only thing I saw in that article was "$100 million contract". Yes, I know he won't see most of it. One. Hundred. farking. Million. Dollars. Stop the madness.
/You think he could spare a fifty for a new bike cover?
 
2012-10-08 04:10:35 AM  

hamfast gamgee: The only thing I saw in that article was "$100 million contract". Yes, I know he won't see most of it. One. Hundred. farking. Million. Dollars. Stop the madness.
/You think he could spare a fifty for a new bike cover?


Ren went crazy for less than half the price!
 
2012-10-08 10:10:53 AM  

IlGreven: And Reggie Bush.


Not like anyone's going to have great numbers when their team runs them 10 times/game because they don't think he can run it 20 times/game even though he's done it all his life. I think he'd have been fine in Houston. He was useful in New Orleans.
 
2012-10-08 10:16:09 AM  
The best move the Texans have made was letting him go to some other sucker. How could any team justify that contract? Didn't they watch any games or game films?
 
2012-10-08 03:01:15 PM  
Vegas called, they want their pound of flesh.
 
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