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(Yahoo)   Antonio Brown will have three weeks off to lament his decision to not properly pay the personal chef who tipped off everyone to this story   (ca.sports.yahoo.com) divider line
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2021-12-02 8:10:19 PM  
Even better, 3 weeks without pay.  Probably should have just paid the guy.
 
2021-12-02 9:13:44 PM  

Dr.Fey: Even better, 3 weeks without pay.  Probably should have just paid the guy.


Still don't understand why people think it's ever a good idea to mistreat people who handle your food.

/despite being a Packer fan, I see no reason why Rodgers shouldn't get the same.
 
2021-12-02 11:51:57 PM  
So I'm sure they'll be nice and quick to do the same to Aaron Rogers, right?

Right?
 
2021-12-02 11:55:53 PM  

Stargazer86: So I'm sure they'll be nice and quick to do the same to Aaron Rogers, right?

Right?


We talked about this in another thread: Rodgers didn't lie to his team, the league, and break the law from passing fraudulent documents. Brown did.
 
2021-12-02 11:57:24 PM  
$500 for a fake vaccination card that the rest of us got for free along with protection from Covid. Also ,don't forget to drink more water than man was meant to drink a day.
 
2021-12-03 12:00:39 AM  

desertgeek: Stargazer86: So I'm sure they'll be nice and quick to do the same to Aaron Rogers, right?

Right?

We talked about this in another thread: Rodgers didn't lie to his team, the league, and break the law from passing fraudulent documents. Brown did.


Didn't Rodgers tell everyone he was inoculated or whatever term he used? Yes, he did lie to everyone and deserves the same punishment. If I go to work and my job says everyone is vaccinated by Joe Bob plays word games and endangers us all, he is still a scumbag that lied to everyone.
 
2021-12-03 12:10:11 AM  

ArkAngel: Dr.Fey: Even better, 3 weeks without pay.  Probably should have just paid the guy.

Still don't understand why people think it's ever a good idea to mistreat people who handle your food.

/despite being a Packer fan, I see no reason why Rodgers shouldn't get the same.


THIS!
 
2021-12-03 12:20:50 AM  

browneye: ArkAngel: Dr.Fey: Even better, 3 weeks without pay.  Probably should have just paid the guy.

Still don't understand why people think it's ever a good idea to mistreat people who handle your food.

/despite being a Packer fan, I see no reason why Rodgers shouldn't get the same.

THIS!


Committing fraud to trick your employer will generally be treated harsher by said employer than lying to the world so they don't hate you, especially when your employer knows the truth.
 
2021-12-03 12:36:51 AM  

sinner4ever: desertgeek: Stargazer86: So I'm sure they'll be nice and quick to do the same to Aaron Rogers, right?

Right?

We talked about this in another thread: Rodgers didn't lie to his team, the league, and break the law from passing fraudulent documents. Brown did.

Didn't Rodgers tell everyone he was inoculated or whatever term he used? Yes, he did lie to everyone and deserves the same punishment. If I go to work and my job says everyone is vaccinated by Joe Bob plays word games and endangers us all, he is still a scumbag that lied to everyone.


No, he lied to the fans and the media. The Packers and the NFL knew he wasn't vaccinated. He can lie to you and me all he damn well pleases because we don't sign his paychecks.

Rodgers did violate Covid protocols put in place by agreement between the league and the players union and he did get fined for that. But Brown broke the law by passing off a fake vaccine card and under the NFL's rules, that was treated as a violation of the league's personal conduct policy and that's where the suspension comes from. And I'm pulling that directly from articles on NFL.com (see the earlier Antonio Brown thread for the relevant links)
 
2021-12-03 12:56:19 AM  
Good. I'd be okay with a longer punishment and I'm a Bucs fan. Don't f*ck around with Covid stuff

Or just get the f*cking shot and a real vaccine card
 
2021-12-03 1:04:48 AM  
Franklin will serve his suspension if he's picked up by an NFL team.

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2021-12-03 1:58:11 AM  
and aaron rodgers got fined less than 0.001% of his yearly salary for the same thing.

NFL has a bias
 
2021-12-03 2:07:58 AM  

ArkAngel: Still don't understand why people think it's ever a good idea to mistreat people

 
2021-12-03 4:30:13 AM  
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2021-12-03 4:30:53 AM  

kkinnison: and aaron rodgers got fined less than 0.001% of his yearly salary for the same thing.

NFL has a bias


It's all most like Rodgers and Brown violated different rules. Oh wait they did.
 
2021-12-03 8:23:42 AM  

Hillbilly Jim: kkinnison: and aaron rodgers got fined less than 0.001% of his yearly salary for the same thing.

NFL has a bias

It's all most like Rodgers and Brown violated different rules. Oh wait they did.


Not to mention that Brown subsequently did get vaccinated, according to ESPN.
 
2021-12-03 10:15:17 AM  
You should really be nicer to the people who feed you, watch your kids and ya know, watch you while you sleep

It's a terrible unpredictable and dangerous world.

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