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#2919452 Caplan: Stephen Hill trying out for Panthers today

Posted by Fiz on 01 September 2014 - 12:29 PM

Jets game.

it happened a few times. 

 

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#2919439 Caplan: Stephen Hill trying out for Panthers today

Posted by Fiz on 01 September 2014 - 12:23 PM

lots of you need to be lining up to s my d




#2918099 Sign Stephen hill you assholes

Posted by Fiz on 31 August 2014 - 09:35 AM

When the best defense you can muster for a guy is how hard he worked then uh maybe he's not that good??!?


#2917380 Sign Stephen hill you assholes

Posted by Fiz on 30 August 2014 - 05:41 PM

I'm not all on the Hill bandwagon, but what makes Bersin so untouchable?


White guy from Charlotte.


#2917337 Sign Stephen hill you assholes

Posted by Fiz on 30 August 2014 - 05:19 PM

What do you like about Stephen Hill?


Measurables. He's huge.

I watched his whole career at tech. He has no idea how to play the position because of the horse poo offense they run at tech and his years with the jets.

He needs a year to simmer.


#2917312 Sign Stephen hill you assholes

Posted by Fiz on 30 August 2014 - 05:09 PM

Let's be real: bersin isn't going to contribute ever.

Cut him and bring in the guy that physically fits the bill.


#2917305 Sign Stephen hill you assholes

Posted by Fiz on 30 August 2014 - 05:07 PM

who on the current roster would he outperform?


Byron bell.


#2917292 Sign Stephen hill you assholes

Posted by Fiz on 30 August 2014 - 05:02 PM

Give him to the dark lord Ricky proehl.


#2913154 NFL :domestic violence first offense..6 games ...lifetime ban 2nd offense

Posted by Fiz on 28 August 2014 - 06:19 PM

the nflpa has already stated that this falls under the personal conduct code, and therefore goodell can act unilaterally. They've also said they'll fight for any member where his due process is being infringed, IE being banned while still under investigation. 

 

Although this is a good thing, it was a rushed policy intended to quell anti-nfl public opinion, and as such isn't really thought out because goodell is a talentless hack. this will very likely require a few legal battles to hash out where the lines will be drawn irt what constitutes a probation, beyond what goodell decides does. 

 

lastly, if your first thought was "how does this effect the woman beater i cheer for" you are a useless piece of poo. 




#2910344 Former Panther legend running for head of NFLPA

Posted by Fiz on 26 August 2014 - 01:14 PM

forcing teams to spend the entirety of the cap seems like a horribly shortsighted cash grab. (sean gilbert indeed)

if teams have to max out the cap, then owners are going to hesitate to rase the cap which is going to bring contract growth to a crawl. not to mention the blow to the strategic aspect of the game it will bring as teams cant save money to invest in talented players in future years but are instead forced to give it to crappy players now (which means more 1 year contracts, which im assuming the PA would be against)


and lol at this guy's opening demands including taking money out of the charities that get the fine money hands and giving it to the players. Gilbert is as dumb as ever and clearly doesnt understand politics.

Forcing teams to spend the majority of the cap is a good way to address a problem that's been going on forever, namely cheap owners pocketing revenue and putting out a crap product. Mike Brown, the Glazers, etc were all taken to task in the last round of negotiations because they'd become infamous for this. The Glazers went so far as to use NFL money to pay down debt on Manchester United. They'd become famous for putting ridiculous incentive clauses into contracts (return 12 punts for a TD) to reach the salary cap floor. This isn't a cash grab at all and would probably be something the major owners would be in favor of.

 

The growth of the salary cap is tied to television revenues and has been since the mid nineties. forcing them to max it out would have absolutely no effect. 




#2910260 Former Panther legend running for head of NFLPA

Posted by Fiz on 26 August 2014 - 12:41 PM

lol.

 

If he doesn't get it, wonder if he'll hold out and demand that he does?

Listen god told Gilbert to hold out and get more money and guess what jesus delivered. 




#2910242 Former Panther legend running for head of NFLPA

Posted by Fiz on 26 August 2014 - 12:33 PM

Well he has a few good points


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#2910232 Former Panther legend running for head of NFLPA

Posted by Fiz on 26 August 2014 - 12:31 PM

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Sean Gilbert and DeMaurice Smith need to go at it, town-hall stylebattle-royale style in a debate. After all, these are the two men who could go head-to-head for the NFLPA executive director spot soon, even if the sitting executive director Smith has no plans of leaving his post.
 

 

Gilbert, the former NFL defensive tackle, is coming out guns blazing in his desire to take Smith's post and run the NFL's players union. And Gilbert has a radical and fascinating campaign platform for how he thinks the union should approach the next round of negotiations with the league.

 

http://sports.yahoo....-154229229.html

 

Here's the meat of his proposal.

 

1. Terminate the CBA under the provisions of anti-collusion. Mostly, so he can somehow get them to agree to:

3. Raise minimum salary to $1m
6. Rookie contracts reduced to 3 years
8. Players can only be franchise tagged once.
10. Eliminate 2 preseason games
11. Eliminate comp draft picks.
12. Rookies can renegotiate their contracts whenever (Russell Wilson rule)
13. Rosters increase to 57 players
18. Teams must pay the entire salary cap each year. unspent money is metered out to players.
19. fug Roger Goodell. Yeah, it just says that, weird.
20. Money from fines goes to retired players in need.
21. Cutting a player now requires you to pay them 10% of remaining contract money to dissolve the contract.
23. Things we're willing to give up to get this from the owners 
A- 18 game season
B- Push SB to middle of February
C- Force cities to bid for the SB like the Olympics




#2891181 Quintin Mikell?

Posted by Fiz on 15 August 2014 - 08:53 AM

my bad. I thought Harper was replacing Mitchell... Shows you how much I care if Roman makes the team or not

Decoud is hopefully doing that. He's the reclamation project.

 

Harper is just the veteran blitzing strong safety. H




#2887392 Thomas DeCoud Question

Posted by Fiz on 12 August 2014 - 07:59 AM

He's a veteran reclamation project likely without much left who knows how to practice and hopefully be in the right spot.

You won't hear much.




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