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    I'm going to have to pop popcorn, AB is 17'n nuts

    It's like a slow motion car wreck



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    Well, heís right about 1 thing. He wonít be playing in the NFL any more.


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    Quote Originally Posted by patdog View Post
    Well, heís right about 1 thing. He wonít be playing in the NFL any more.
    He is gonna lawyer up and sue two teams. WTF.


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    Just costing himself money he'll never earn back. To bad it's not like parts of Europe where the suer is responsible for all parties' legal fees if they lose. Or WHEN he loses.
    When I lose my cool other guys go looking for it. - PGB


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    He's the NFL version of Latrell Sprewell.
    How do you explain a House Democratic Party so crazy that their new $3 trillion proposal has 68 references to Cannabis and only 52 references to jobs? Maybe Speaker Pelosi of San Francisco believes ďCalifornia DreaminĒ could become the new national anthem. Newt



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    Well at least his lawyer is about to get paid.


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    He could have made $30 Million this year for the Raiders, but only made $150 K in his one game for the Pats....


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    Iíve seen where some experts are saying that he could likely win litigation against the Patriots. I would assume itíll settle and heíll make a few million.


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    If he's gonna sue anyone it should be Sports Illustrated. Pretty obvious they went beyond their normal reporting to get him kicked off the Patriots. It'd be one thing if they always led intense investigations into players to dig shit up but as far as I know this is the first time they went way outta their way to dig up more negative stories on a player.


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    Poor poor Antonio Brown.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DAWG61 View Post
    If he's gonna sue anyone it should be Sports Illustrated. Pretty obvious they went beyond their normal reporting to get him kicked off the Patriots. It'd be one thing if they always led intense investigations into players to dig shit up but as far as I know this is the first time they went way outta their way to dig up more negative stories on a player.
    He is in a unique situation. It isn't like every year a player acts crazy until he gets released so he can sign with the team he wanted to. SI also didn't ask the first girl to sue him, they just started looking to see if there were more. This is on AB.


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    If the helmet donít fit, you must acquit


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    Did they report something that wasn't true ?


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    When he signed with the Pats, half the people I know were convinced that he was a genius and all his antics were calculated.

    They were quiet last week.


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    Once again, your defense of the indefensible surprises me none in the least.

    They reported facts, dubmass. If you don't want heat, don't step into the spotlight.


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    Regardless how this turns out, no team will ever pay him anywhere near $30M again.
    He has cost himself a fortune.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 11thEagleFan View Post
    I’ve seen where some experts are saying that he could likely win litigation against the Patriots. I would assume it’ll settle and he’ll make a few million.
    Maybe, but I'm going to give the Pats more credit than that. Knowing who they were dealing with, I doubt they put themselves in a position to owe AB more than he earned with on field production.


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    Did we lose some posts from this thread?


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