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MarshallFin1
05-03-2012, 08:54 AM
Even after gregg williams admitted to what was going on in new orleans the nflpa continues with there bull**** that they havent seen any evidence. What evidense do they need? the coach admitted to it!!!! the truth is they dont want to see any evidence, thy are going to side with the players reguardless because the players have them in there backpocket. NFLPA is giving the nfl a bad name. Proof they dont want to see evidence? the nfl invited them to the nfl offices in new york to show them and they declined the meeting. Whats that tell you? they dont want to see it.

Miamifinz
05-03-2012, 11:28 AM
Not too long ago a federal judge sided with the players over the owners when the tv contracts issue arose. I want to know why the fans can't hear the details about the evidence the NFL has. If Maurice doesn't fight for the players, he won't be able to hold his position. In my opinion Goodell has less credibility than the NFLPA.

MarshallFin1
05-03-2012, 12:56 PM
Not too long ago a federal judge sided with the players over the owners when the tv contracts issue arose. I want to know why the fans can't hear the details about the evidence the NFL has. If Maurice doesn't fight for the players, he won't be able to hold his position. In my opinion Goodell has less credibility than the NFLPA.

You fans that think the nfl are entitled to share anything with you need to face a reality check, its a private business , they dont have to share didly squat with you, nflpa, or any butthurt saints fan, and you know, they arent and i agree with them. The commissioner is being made the bad guy in all of this by the saints fans when really the people who are the bad guys are the ones trying to intentionally hurt people, those are the bad guys. Keep siding with cheaters and maybe they will eventually take the nfl down with them, im just glad goodell wont let these idiots make a bad names out of the nfl, screw the nflpa, they are corrupt as hell for siding with cheaters.


Not too long ago a federal judge sided with the players over the owners when the tv contracts issue arose

A totally different issue buddy, thats an issue about money, this an issue about people getting hurt, nflpa better keep this thing far from a federal judge or these players may face criminal charges for assault.

Slim
05-03-2012, 02:07 PM
What bothers me in all of this is - the NFLPA is fighting for 4 players who went out and deliberately tried to injure the other 1500 players in the league. Shouldn't the NFLPA be telling the Saints players they're on their own?!

Gonzo
05-03-2012, 04:18 PM
The NFLPA is there to represent all NFL players, regardless of the evidence. The players are entitled to that representation. And of course the players have the NFL PLAYERS Association in their "backpocket." That's how this works. The only people giving the NFL a bad name are the players and coaches that were involved with the bounty. There's a process to finding out who was involved and to what extent. If you were a player that was not involved but was implicated, you wouldn't want the NFLPA representing you?

GoonBoss
05-11-2012, 01:37 PM
I believe this is going to be the place people will go to to mark the beginning of the end of
organized tackle football.