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Thread: Pft: Handling Of Culpepper Harmful To Fins?

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    Pft: Handling Of Culpepper Harmful To Fins?

    http://www.profootballtalk.com/rumormill.htm

    "...there's talk in league circles that the manner in which the organization squatted on the guy they no longer wanted (Culpepper) could create a strong degree of mistrust between the players and the front office."
    Thoughts?
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    It is what it is...some FA will see it one way some will see it another. We just have to give future players a reason to play here now....WIN!!!

    I wish the Cpep ordeal would have been handled better. But it was not on either side...

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    It will likely affect Free agency for us in the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silverphin View Post
    It will likely affect Free agency for us in the future.
    Why? Are the Chiefs not going to be able to sign anyone next year because they held onto Green so long? Are the Titans in shambles because they held onto McNair so long?

    This is just a lot of fluff from PFT just trying to stir something up. They are probably just bored because it has been a few hours since they wrote another article about Vick.
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    Looking over that article I have to agree with Florio. I think they went ahead and cut him because he had veterans on his side willing to take up for him in the arbitration hearing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crypt Keeper View Post
    Why? Are the Chiefs not going to be able to sign anyone next year because they held onto Green so long? Are the Titans in shambles because they held onto McNair so long?

    This is just a lot of fluff from PFT just trying to stir something up. They are probably just bored because it has been a few hours since they wrote another article about Vick.
    The reason why is that just like the members on the boards, the players paying attention to this (which is probably a lot of players) are split when it comes to who was unfair or not. Any potential FA will at least keep that in mind when choosing a place next year or the following years.

    Oh yeah, KC is going to get their's too, and that's when you don't factor in the L.J. debacle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AllianceCollect View Post
    Training camps haven't even started. If anything they released him prior to camps to provide him an opportunity to catch on with another team early enough to earn a starting job. They did nothing wrong in my eyes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silverphin View Post
    The reason why is that just like the members on the boards, the players paying attention to this (which is probably a lot of players) are split when it comes to who was unfair or not. Any potential FA will at least keep that in mind when choosing a place next year or the following years.

    Oh yeah, KC is going to get their's too, and that's when you don't factor in the L.J. debacle.
    If the team is winning, and they are willing to give them a nice contract, I don't think Free Agents will really care how they treated an injured QB the year before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crypt Keeper View Post
    Why? Are the Chiefs not going to be able to sign anyone next year because they held onto Green so long? Are the Titans in shambles because they held onto McNair so long?

    This is just a lot of fluff from PFT just trying to stir something up. They are probably just bored because it has been a few hours since they wrote another article about Vick.
    It's interesting that Titans lost every key FA or perspective FA they were trying to bring in.

    Not saying it was solely based on the McNair thing, but it does make you wonder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crypt Keeper View Post
    If the team is winning, and they are willing to give them a nice contract, I don't think Free Agents will really care how they treated an injured QB the year before.
    *points to Buffalo Solider's post*
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