Dr. Kefarkian: Maybe I missed the joke, but I think that "A League of Denial" is about all the NFL wants to do with mental illnesses for quite some time.Second, I recently became aware that September is Prostate Cancer Awareness month. Anybody notice any type of ribbons or banners or walks or any type of shiat for this? I thought it might be relevant to the NFL's interests since a staggering amount of people on the field at any given point in time are susceptible to prostate cancer.But that's just me ... or maybe I missed the joke ... I dunnoAnd if you think this fine is unreasonable, check out Ndomakong Suh'shiat on Brandon Weeden:http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/eye-on-football/24092111/nfl-reviewing- nd amukong-suhs-hit-on-brandon-weedenHe's 35k lighter for that. Let that sink in for a minute ...This game is becoming a joke, and we're the punchline.
UNC_Samurai: Beeblebrox: Super Chronic: What does green have to do with mental illness?What does pink have to do with cancer?It wasn't even pink to begin with; it was peach.
mikaloyd: How very dare they sell merchandise and give 8% to cancer research. Lets put an end to this now!
lennavan: The reason the NFL can't allow his green shoes is because otherwise it would set a precedent that shifts the NFL towards being like NASCAR. You nit pick about the little shiat to start because one dude wearing green shoes for a great cause might become 20 dudes wearing GoldenPalace.com pants.Brandon Marshall gets a lot of good exposure here in Chicago, he gives an entertaining press conference/interview. He has an easy platform to get his message out on mental health awareness without wearing green shoes during the game.
Electromax: See, now thanks to Marshall we both learned something!
scottydoesntknow: "Football is my platform not my purpose.
Serious Black: Because the NFL signed off on breast cancer awareness but not mental illness awareness?
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