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SgtJoo

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#2960314 The Greg Hardy thread....for everything Hardy related

Posted by SgtJoo on Today, 12:37 PM

Sources say Hardy and #Panthers still discussing options, although Hardy has left the facility.




#2959328 Adrian Peterson deactivated AGAIN indefinitely

Posted by SgtJoo on Today, 01:27 AM

Bill Barnwell @billbarnwell
 
Key with the Exempt/Commissioner’s Permission list for Hardy, from what I can tell, is that he wouldn’t get credit for this season.
 
 

 

 

Wat.




#2959286 Panthers have signed rookie RB Lache Seastrunk to the practice squad.

Posted by SgtJoo on Today, 12:09 AM

Signing Lache Seastrunk to practice squad, Panthers also tried out running backs Alex Green, Alfonso Smith, Kerwynn Williams

 

-@RavensInsider




#2958171 Panthers have signed rookie RB Lache Seastrunk to the practice squad.

Posted by SgtJoo on Yesterday, 02:46 PM

Apparently the kid was good in the preseason...




#2958166 Panthers have signed rookie RB Lache Seastrunk to the practice squad.

Posted by SgtJoo on Yesterday, 02:44 PM

Redskins' 6th-round pick led Big 12 in rushing last season at Baylor.




#2957982 PFF: Bene Best Rookie CB Through 2 Games

Posted by SgtJoo on Yesterday, 01:23 PM

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#2956917 PFF thinks Gano still plays for the Redskins

Posted by SgtJoo on Yesterday, 01:53 AM

Rofl.

 

SPECIAL TEAMS

Kicker: Graham Gano, WAS: 3-for-3 on field goals, one from 50+, and five of his six kickoffs resulting in a touchback? That’ll do it.

 

 

https://www.profootb...-week-week-2/2/




#2952117 PIE for everyone

Posted by SgtJoo on 14 September 2014 - 03:51 PM

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#2951928 Kings of the South

Posted by SgtJoo on 14 September 2014 - 03:32 PM




#2947691 Suh pissed at Donkey Kong comments

Posted by SgtJoo on 13 September 2014 - 06:40 PM

It was his nickname at Nebraska... 

 

I guess Suh's gonna blow up the Cornhuskers fanbase

 

I was gonna say the same.

 

I think it's some ignorant dudes who think they know everything cause they played high school ball with Suh.




#2947678 Suh pissed at Donkey Kong comments

Posted by SgtJoo on 13 September 2014 - 06:36 PM

http://www.detroitli...ce-4fa0c0bca7fe

 

Skip to 2:15




#2946891 A Really, Really Cool Stats Breakdown

Posted by SgtJoo on 13 September 2014 - 01:44 AM

http://nflsavant.com...e=REG&year=2014

 

Seriously, this is amazing.

 

Just hit the link.




#2946560 National Interest in Hardy just ended....

Posted by SgtJoo on 12 September 2014 - 07:43 PM

I'll take tweets you'll regret for 800 Alex

 

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#2945394 Apparently ESPN's Outside the Lines did a hit piece on Greg Hardy this mo...

Posted by SgtJoo on 12 September 2014 - 11:30 AM

the jury trial if i understand correctly will be a trial de novo.  it'll be like the bench trial never happened.

 

 
North Carolina, like some states, has a two-tiered criminal system. Lower level cases, including infractions, almost all misdemeanors and most Class H & I felonies – can be resolved in District Court, which is the lower of two levels.
 
If a person wants to have a trial on a misdemeanor or an infraction, that trial will almost always occur first in District Court (unless the case has been indicted), and in that case the person will appear before a judge for arraignment and a trial as part of what’s known as a Bench Trial.
 
Felonies cannot be tried by judge in North Carolina. If a person wishes to resolve a felony in District Court, the person can do so, but must plead guilty. There may be many reasons to plead guilty to a felony in District Court, rather than demand a jury trial in Superior Court.
 
Upon an appeal, the District Court Judge has a limited opportunity (described elsewhere on this blog) to impose a new bond – called an Appeal Bond – designed to ensure the person is not a danger to the community or and that the person appears for his or her Superior Court court dates.
 
If the case is sent to Superior Court, what happens to the judgment?
 
The judgment is set aside. It is a nullity. The case returns to “pending” status and remains that way until one of several things happens in Superior Court.
 
  1. The person is found guilty or not-guilty by a Superior Court Jury
  2. The person decides to withdraw the appeal and remand the case from Superior Court back to District Court, which in DWI cases requires a new sentencing hearing.
  3. The person decides to plead guilty in Superior Court, and is sentenced in Superior Court by a judge.
  4. The State dismisses the case in Superior Court.

If you’re being sentenced in other states, those states should not count a District Court conviction that has been appealed as a criminal conviction. It should be regarded as a nullity.

 

https://www.chetson....north-carolina/

 

You're correct.




#2943463 NFL weekly picks

Posted by SgtJoo on 11 September 2014 - 11:27 AM

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http://espn.go.com/nfl/picks






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