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It's really sad but I think the only individual in the NFL nobody would mourn is Mike Vick... and he didn't even hurt any human beings (except those girls he gave herpes).

What Belcher did was inexcusable. If he didn't kill himself I sure as hell would be calling his head for an execution.

I'm pretty sure that a lot of people in the league would miss Ron Mexico. He got voted the comeback player of the year remember? A lot of people still respect him, and not everybody in the NFL views dog fighting in a negative light. Like it or not, dogs are still just animals (it's not really that different from bullfighting which is popular in certain latin countries or cock fighting which is popular in places like the Philippines and San Francisco clubs). I hate dog fighting, but I'm just saying. And like PhillyB said, what made Sean Taylor a scumbag deserving of death? I'm pretty sure that he turned his life around after his daughter was born.

Bowe's tweet boggles the mind though. Not sure what he was thinking.

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Double post. Bowe's tweet was dumb as fug and Ron Mexico is the best alias ever.

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A bunch of Chiefs are setting up a trust fund for the girl. But anyone who actually celebrates this fool as some sort of tragedy is a complete douche tool, nfl network clowns included

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Like I said you'd have to look it up, I don't remember precisely. As I recall he had many violence-related run ins with the law. Believe he held a man at gun point. Was involved in shady stuff, widely believed to be deep into the drug business. His antics on the field (spitting in players faces, many many dirty plays like absolutely leveling a punter on his way out of bounds in the pro bowl, other incidents as well) did not exactly help his character.

When criminals break into houses to steal, they generally don't kill harmless sleeping individuals without a reason to do so. I'm sure he wasn't a truly terrible person, but he definitely enjoyed "thug life" and without a doubt would have been behind bars had he not been a high profile NFL player.

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Um Mr. Bowe you're finger's pointing in the wrong direction. The Person on that shirt is as far south as anyone will ever get.

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Still a hell of a player. Still want.

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its like the dude who is always at the stadium with a carruth jersey I want to kick in the nuts

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Like I said you'd have to look it up, I don't remember precisely. As I recall he had many violence-related run ins with the law. Believe he held a man at gun point. Was involved in shady stuff, widely believed to be deep into the drug business. His antics on the field (spitting in players faces, many many dirty plays like absolutely leveling a punter on his way out of bounds in the pro bowl, other incidents as well) did not exactly help his character.

When criminals break into houses to steal, they generally don't kill harmless sleeping individuals without a reason to do so. I'm sure he wasn't a truly terrible person, but he definitely enjoyed "thug life" and without a doubt would have been behind bars had he not been a high profile NFL player.

You actually have zero idea what he would or would not have been doing if he wasn't an NFL player, and you don't really have any idea about the type of guy Taylor was. I just read his wikipedia and it didn't make any mention of his status in the drug business. What it did mention was that he was arrested for DUI (a charge he was acquitted of); he also pulled a gun on 3 people he suspected stole ATVs from him (his house was robbed several times, don't know why he didn't install an alarm system). That covers the "many" violence related run-ins he had with the law.

He was shot because he was trying to defend his wife and baby from the people who broke into his house.

But I guess he deserved that death because he was "thug life" as you put it. It's amazing the types of assumptions people make but w/ever.

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One thing you guys don't understand on this forum is that people are human beings. People make mistakes each and everyday. I'm not saying what Belcher did was right because it definitely was not. The fact that matter is that he was close friends with people on the team. This was a tragic event that happen and people are grieving the lost.

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You actually have zero idea what he would or would not have been doing if he wasn't an NFL player, and you don't really have any idea about the type of guy Taylor was. I just read his wikipedia and it didn't make any mention of his status in the drug business. What it did mention was that he was arrested for DUI (a charge he was acquitted of); he also pulled a gun on 3 people he suspected stole ATVs from him. That covers the "many" violence related run-ins he had with the law.

He was shot because he was trying to defend his wife and baby from the people who broke into his house.

But I guess he deserved that death because he was "thug life" as you put it. It's amazing the types of assumptions people make but w/ever.

I didn't get that info from wikipedia. Don't remember exactly where I read most of it, but the hell does it matter anyway? People in the media lie all the time so frankly I don't know what to believe. Had also heard he was asleep when he was killed. If the robbers were attempting to injure his child and wife for literally no reason, then why didn't they after Taylor was killed and unable to defend them?

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