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  1. NO, with exception. Colin Kaepernick took a knee at NFL football games for a noble cause. The world knows now that it was a worthy cause. He sacrificed his NFL career to make a stand against police brutality against black people. The action now has come out in the streets in protests in support of that cause. Kaep is now a symbolic leader in that movement to see all Americans treated humanely by the police. He made a choice to kneel for that cause even if it cost him his NFL career. The price had been paid. Many people have stood up for causes and paid hefty prices for doing so. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr paid the price with his life. He could have had a big church, a great big house and spent the rest of his life with his beautiful family, but he chose to put his life on the line to make life better for all Americans. Sacrifice. There is a price to be paid. Medgar Evers. Crispus Attucks. These men sacrificed their lives for freedom. Pay the price Kaep. You are not the first person who has given up what they loved for a greater good. Kaepernick has a huge endorsement deal which has paid off handsomely for Nike. He's an excellent speaker and can do great things for the cause by being a speaker/fund raiser. A battle has been won, but the fight continues. The exception would be that signing him could help the team win football games which I doubt.
  2. I think the Colts will challenge for the division. Our head to head matchups will be key this year. If Rivers isn't the starter from day one, I'll be shocked. https://theathletic.com/1860417/2020/06/08/new-qb-philip-rivers-is-spearheading-colts-independent-practices/
  3. Like a little bitch... 😢 “We’re taking it one game at a time, not peeking ahead,” Jackson said. “That’s what happened in the playoffs and we end up losing to the team people had us favored over. It’s any given Sunday. You can’t underestimate no team, no opponent and that’s what we did. So I’m looking forward to this 2020 season playing the Browns first . . . Don’t underestimate your opponents. They caught us by surprise. That’s all it was.” https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2020/06/16/lamar-jackson-we-got-caught-peeking-ahead-in-the-playoffs/
  4. If you aren't caught up, Drew Brees, when asked about the protests changed the subject to the flag. Brees thinks the protests are against the military. SOMEHOW. CTE maybe? Brees's teammates aren't happy with him. If you want to read more, click on this tweet and read the thread of 23 posts (one likens Brees to "kneeling on the necks" of his teammates to prevent them from speaking out with this faux-patriotic threats):
  5. Interesting story... "As it currently stands, there is no listed winner of the 2005 Heisman after Bush forfeited his trophy in 2010, but what many people did not know is the Heisman Trust later offered the 2005 Heisman to Young, who turned down the offer" https://247sports.com/college/texas/Article/Texas-Longhorns-football-Vince-Young-turned-down-Reggie-Bush-Heisman-Trophy-USC-Trojans-148499936/
  6. He's requested a trade and even named the teams he's willing to play for.
  7. Eddie talking against the Ravens. For those who don’t realize why we hate them.
  8. Practice squads were already increasing from 10 to 12 under the recently agreed new CBA but there is now reports that the NFL is considering increasing the practice squad to 16 as a potential buffer for teams should they start losing players who test positive to covid-19.
  9. @ManningEnvy probably prefers that Gary Anderson one to make it easier for him to suck groupy penis after a game.
  10. I find it pretty odd how Derrick Mason is the Ravens all time leading receiver, but played for us longer and isn't ours. Dude obviously hit his stride late lol.
  11. https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/29205688/nfl-looks-adding-booth-umpire-tech-advisor-refs The NFL is considering adding a booth umpire and a senior technology advisor to the referee to assist the officiating crew. The league also is looking at other rules changes, including an alternative to the onside kick. NFL clubs received a list of potential rules changes on Thursday. Owners will vote on the proposals at the upcoming league meeting to be held by video conference on May 28. The league's competition committee told teams last month it supports studying ways to determine how officiating personnel who have access to a video feed could help on-field officials. A booth umpire would serve as an eighth game official. If owners don't approve adding a booth umpire and/or a senior technology adviser, the league could test a version of both rules in the preseason for possible future implementation. The proposal that would give teams another option instead of an onside kick permits a team to maintain possession of the ball after a score by substituting one offensive play. The kicking team would attempt a fourth-and-15 from its 25-yard line. This could be done a maximum of two times per game. Onside kicks have become infrequent -- and hardly ever successful -- since the NFL changed rules on alignments for kickoffs. Other rules changes that'll be discussed: Making permanent the expansion of automatic replay reviews to include scoring plays and turnovers negated by a foul, and any successful or unsuccessful extra-point attempt. Providing the option to the defense for the game clock to start on the referee's signal if the defense declines an offensive penalty that occurs late in either half. This would eliminate instances when an offense could benefit time-wise from committing a penalty. Expanding the defenseless player protection to a kickoff or punt returner who is in possession of the ball but who has not had time to avoid or ward off the impending contact of an opponent. Preventing teams from manipulating the game clock by committing multiple dead-ball fouls while the clock is running. The Philadelphia Eagles had proposed restoring preseason and regular-season overtime to 15 minutes and to implement rules to minimize the impact of the overtime coin toss, but they have withdrawn the idea. Owners are expected to drop the use of video reviews on pass interference after a one-year trial that caused as many headaches as it solved issues. The competition committee has recommended not renewing the rule that was put in place for last season after an egregious missed call in the 2018 NFC title game affected the result.
  12. This is very interesting and shows where his head may be at. No judgment, but he clearly was awful last year. Has his next move locked up. Couldn’t imagine he plays beyond this year.
  13. Imagine if it were the other way around lol. Flight would have been diverted and they would be arrested. I think women sexually harass men more than society knows because it's not reported, because men don't care lol. Back in 2014 I worked in a call center. 1 of the only males. Mostly white women. They use to rub and smack my butt and claim I was hung like a horse lol. I honestly didn't care. Even one of the supervisors would come by and rub on me. Women are just as aggressive, men generally don't care though. https://www.yahoo.com/sports/nfl-player-sues-united-airlines-claims-he-was-sexually-assaulted-by-woman-on-flight-181956424.html
  14. Great player, but how bad of a coach is this guy? Damn.
  15. I really thought Luck retired bc of the organizational flaws of the Colts for the majority of his career and after a year off I figured he would miss the game and make a comeback, and since there’s been not even a sniffle of this it will not happen, but I would find it hilarious if Luck came out of retirement and put the Colts in a position where they either had to cut him or trade him for peanuts since they’re paying both Brissett and Rivers. It would’ve made me laugh my ass off if he did come out of retirement and find his way onto the FA market and sign with a team like the Chargers, Patriots, Jets, or even the Jaguars in the AFC or say the Dolphins what a pointless thread. I need to quarantine myself from TR for a few days. Waiting on this Clowney shit has me thinking stupid
  16. The Chargers were better off in SD, instead of being stuck playing on some shitty soccer field until they finish SoFi Stadium which will cost at least $5B. And now the NFL is lending the Rams another $500M to help build this monstrosity. Where was all this generosity when the Oilers needed it? LA survived for 20 years without a football team, and the NFL did just fine with the Rams in St. Louis and the Chargers in SD where they belong.

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