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  1. I read an article earlier which speculated the home sale could be paving the way for him to become a free agent at the end of the 2019 season. Apparently this is allowed within the framework of the new contract extension. So, just to be the first to ask, would he want to play for his former teammate and former situational red zone target Vrabel during his sunset years? Maybe Giselle is saying "Nashville is the place to be?"
  2. The title of the thread seems a little misleading. They are not really "banning" non gender neutral words. They are simply replacing such words in the City's municipal code with gender neutral terms.
  3. You are defending the 3/5 rule? Of course, slaves were valued (in terms of their treatment) far worse than 3/5 of a human being. It was more like 0/5. And the southern states didn't want to count slaves at 100% as some type of moralistic measure. The 3/5 rule was so the southern states could use the presence of slaves for a political advantage (while still subjecting them to sub-human treatment) in obtaining more congressional seats. Kind of like having their cake and eating it too, since these extra seats were key in fending off anti-slavery legislation.
  4. Don't you need a private act to charge impact fees? The legislature probably wouldn't accommodate Nashville in such a way which would also be to the detriment of their Home Builders Association/Road Builders Association buddies.
  5. #5 is a weird question. How can they be a multiple pro bowler, if they have just one pro bowl?
  6. As well as the draft went in Nashville, I don't think it would be too outrageous to start lobbying for a Super Bowl.
  7. I thought it was a nice story. Thank you for sharing. Condolences to your Sister-in-Law and her family.
  8. I was a big supporter of Mett when he played for the Titans and I am happy to see him doing well for Memphis. I was one of the people saying that "just given the chance" he could be our quarterback of the future. Unfortunately, he received plenty of opportunities and did not deliver. He displayed horrible judgement on numerous occasions (usually at the most critical juncture of a game) which generally resulted in game clinching turnovers for the opposing team. Again, I am glad to see him play well. If he truly has improved, I too wouldn't mind the Titans giving him another chance.
  9. For libel? I'm no attorney, but I'm pretty sure they have a fair amount of case law on that already.
  10. They may want to allow the Representatives to serve a little longer than 3 terms since their terms are just for two years? I could see a five or even six term limit for Representatives (six would make the limit, in years, equal to what's proposed for Senators)?
  11. On the kickoffs I would say just give the kicking team the option to kick it or give it the opponent on their own 25 (or even on their own 20). That way, almost always the teams will choose not to kick, but the option is still there if they need an onside kick.
  12. What if no one bites on the trade? Can the Eagles still release him or are they on the hook for the franchise tag season?
  13. I agree completely with the article. I have wondered to friends and family over the weekend just how he can be considered a good negotiator? Apparently he thinks Pelosi and Schumer will agree to publicly eat shit, as he mocks them, while giving them very little in return. Newsflash: they may be better at this game than him.
  14. Regardless of his experience with other aspects of the job, if he hits big on a couple of drafts teams will lining up to hire Mel Kiper and Todd McShay.
  15. I am no Hue Jackson fan, but the Browns fired him. Is he supposed to turn down a job with the Bengals because they are in the same division as the team who recently terminated him?
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