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Topic: Nothing "super" about the NFL
 Throwball Heroes_118522
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Post Date: 06/28/13 05:43
I am getting sick and tired of these so-called professionals and their conduct, either on or off the field. More so, off the field when it deals with law enforcement intevention. 27 players have been arrested since the Super Bowl, most recently the bleep from New England for 1, 2 maybe 3 murders. These cases have to give the NFL a black eye, but more importantly why don't players ever learn? James Brown of CBS said, "Roger Goodell has been very resolutely focused on cleaning up the league." If that is the case, then he needs to come down much harder on players who do stupid sh*t and end up in trouble with the law. I don't see the NFL getting any better when it comes to player conduct and even though those 27 are "less than 1%" it still a black cloud over the NFL.
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Post Date: 06/28/13 17:32
I agree! I think there is something in the scouting manual that thugs are the best value players. It is one thing to do stupid sh*t(Burress) but another to leave your house with intention to kill! Funny thing is I thought Hernandez had it together? Went to work, played football on Sundays and stayed out of the limelight. Guess he was just trying to cover up his other activities!
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 Russ Bliss_108
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Post Date: 06/29/13 08:41
You can get a man from a punk but it's harder to take the punk out of the man. I really don't think this is any greater than what it historically has been, it's just that with the NFL having become a completely 24/7 year round attention grabber these transgressions from players are more publicized.
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Post Date: 07/07/13 12:40
I think it needs to change in college, as players seem to be given a very wide berth and potential "issues" could be covered by coaches. Maybe a better background check needs to happy prior to draft day, but Goddell needs to address this unprofessionalism in the NFL.
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Post Date: 07/09/13 13:06
It won't happen at the college level as the athletes (star one's anyway) are already given a sense of entitilement by having tutors helping them along (if not doing their work outright), given stuff from the powerful alumni (plenty of ways of getting around the rules). The unversities prop the stars up and rally around the player, tolerating anything he does as long as he plays football for them and makes the university money.

Just like the average person has to be held accountable for their own actions, the athlete's do too. They need to become aware of the perils of holding onto a dubious past when the future provides them with fortune.
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Post Date: 07/09/13 17:40
RSIIBITSI !
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Post Date: 07/11/13 08:37
Accountability and entitlement. So true Russ, so true.
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Post Date: 07/17/13 12:47
LIke Chuck said, "I am not a role model..." Applies to NFL too.
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Post Date: 07/19/13 09:17
Hey alright, RG3 "sexting". What a jack ass! Yet another model NFL player.
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