(03-03-2012 08:47 PM)Duchovny2 Wrote: I agree. This is all Gregg Williams. He should never have a coaching job again. BTW next time a player gets injured and carted off the field, there should be the same investigation made of that team as well
Theyre not very happy period LOL. Trust me, no one is defending this down here, and we're just as disgusted
(03-03-2012 09:50 PM)cody_allen Wrote: I'm glad to hear there is remorse
(03-03-2012 03:35 PM)thelegendjerryrice Wrote: Coming from some POS on a board.
You don't know me and I don't know you. And frankly I don't care what YOU think. Big man on the internet. Mommy and Daddy should watch you more closely.
(03-04-2012 09:21 AM)all day baby Wrote: Here's an interesting read...
Yeah... Spygate is worse than Bountygate (insert rolling eyes here). Spygate never made a player stop playing the game.
(03-04-2012 10:04 AM)all day baby Wrote: Seriously, you think getting fired is worse than getting injured badly enough to be taken out of a game? Wow... I hope you never get injured in life. I was injured in a football game AND I have been fired. I took a hit to my right knee the last game of my freshman year. Fortunately, no ligaments were torn, but I WAS carted off the field, had to wear a brace for a month, and I didn't play during my sophomore year. I was 14 when it happened. I am 50 now, and I have pain in my right knee daily for the last 5 yrs or so. It swells up if I stand too long. I have to apply heat at times or ice at other times.
And as I said, in 2010 I was fired from a job I had had for over 10 years. I had to go on unemployment, had to move to an apartment, I stopped collecting cards, and it took me over 10 months for me to find another job, and it was... is a major stepdown from my previous job.
I can tell you one thing, I found another job. I have yet to find another knee. I am still paying dearly from that one hit in football. You are truly deluding yourself it you believe getting fired is worse than getting injured. These bounties have to potential to change a player's career. Look at Gregg Williams. I can't count how many times he's been fired from a job, yet there's ALWAYS another team that wants him (ok, maybe not any longer, but still). When a player is seriously injured, he loses something and rarely never gets back to his previous playing level.