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As long as he reports eventually and plays this season, I really don’t care. But this is going to hurt him on his next foray into free agency when he is looking for a big new deal.

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46 minutes ago, AussieTitanFan08 said:

Anyone else still think despite the recent statement from JRob that Beasley still ends up opting out of the 2020 season.


On the one hand, he could avoid hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines.

 

On the other hand, it would force him to wait another full year to hit free agency again. And he would have to basically play for just over $1m next season.

 

In the end, I don’t think he opts out just to save the fines. It would cost him more next year than he would save.

Edited by Starkiller

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Not a good look unless something else major is going on, but Robinson saying it is unexcused doesn’t make me think so. 

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30 minutes ago, BeedoeLaw said:
Still should have called. 
 

 

Agreed, but it makes me feel a bit better about the absence. He's a veteran player, he knows better. 

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19 minutes ago, tgo said:

 

Some reactions to this tweet are just dumb. Saying that he probably wasn’t in the mood to call anyone due to the death of a person he’s close to. All it takes is a phone call or even a text. His agent could have delivered the message for him. There’s something else going on here.

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7 minutes ago, TitansFan23 said:

Some reactions to this tweet are just dumb. Saying that he probably wasn’t in the mood to call anyone due to the death of a person he’s close to. All it takes is a phone call or even a text. His agent could have delivered the message for him. There’s something else going on here.

Yeah.  If the death truly happened last week then he has several days to at least send a text to his agent and let him handle it.   

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47 minutes ago, BeedoeLaw said:
Still should have called. 
 

 

If this is the reason for his absence a lot of confusion could of been avoided with a simple phone call or text message either to the team or his agent.

 

Looking at the wording of JRob's statement i'm not even sure he told the team about this death in the family because there is no way the team releases a statement mentioning unexcused absence if it was for a player attending a family members funeral.

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1 minute ago, AussieTitanFan08 said:

If this is the reason for his absence a lot of confusion could of been avoided with a simply phone call or text message either to the team or his agent.

 

Looking at the wording of JRob's statement i'm not even sure he told the team about this death in the family because there is no way the team releases a statement mentioning unexcused absence if it was for a player attending a family members funeral.

Questionable at best.

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