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Saints coach Sean Payton, a member of the Competition Committee, told NFL Network that if the league doesn’t make a change “then ownership is saying they’re comfortable with what happened a year ago.”

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7 minutes ago, Mr. Scot said:

Saints coach Sean Payton, a member of the Competition Committee, told NFL Network that if the league doesn’t make a change “then ownership is saying they’re comfortable with what happened a year ago.”

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WAAAAAAAAAAAH FUUUUUUUCK YOOOOOOOU

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How does one create a gate, still have a job, and actually have something to whine about?

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1 hour ago, Mr. Scot said:

Saints coach Sean Payton, a member of the Competition Committee, told NFL Network that if the league doesn’t make a change “then ownership is saying they’re comfortable with what happened a year ago.”

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I am totally comfortable with what happen last year 

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19 minutes ago, RIAnBOW said:

Hint 1:  "own"

He owns the team. 

Hint 2:  "charged"

In the great United States there is this concept known as the presumption of innocence, this concept follows from the 5th, 6th and 14th amendments of The Constitution of the United States

Curious, have you taken time to read it?  (The Constitution that is)

If interested you can dig in here:

https://www.archives.gov/founding-docs/bill-of-rights/what-does-it-say

https://www.archives.gov/founding-docs/amendments-11-27

 

Yes but he only has the ability to own the team because the NFL says he can. And they’ve essentially forced out another owner for less once before... And other leagues like the NBA with Sterling have done so as well. Neither Sterling or JR were convicted of anything either. Kraft has the presumption of innocence in the eyes of the law, not public opinion.

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I don't have a problem with what happened last year, thought it was a good call.

Even if it wasn't, bad calls happen all the time, where was Payton when the Carolina Panthers were getting screwed over in the 2015 Super Bowl?

Go pound sand you convicted cheater.

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That was a blatantly bad no call. Any coach would be unhappy. The Saints being a hated rival doesn't mean I want the NFL to have bad officiating.

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8 hours ago, black-panthers said:

How is one charged with prostitution and still able to own a team?

They are one in the same kind of person. Unfortunately those types of humans aren’t held accountable to anyone.

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